A few days ago I watched a video that was posted here on ATS about "a former Navy Physicist who briefed President Lyndon B. Johnson on the
effectiveness of weather control back in the 1960's during the Vietnam era, when he was involved in cloud seeding programs that worked to slow down
the advance of Vietnamese and Korean troops."
Ben Livingston: The Father Of Weaponized Weather
It is now obvious to anyone who spends just a few minutes looking into this technology that it has
been used in the past (to great effect) and
it is therefore reasonable to assume that it continues
to be used (to even greater effect) in the present.
However, people are often far too quick to assume that EVERY natural disaster, especially the major ones that spend the next couple of weeks plastered
on our television screens, are the result of some sort of HAARP related conspiracy.
In the wake of the 2010 Haiti earthquake there were numerous mentions of HAARP as the possible cause, whilst these same persons seemed to ignore the
fact that the island of Hispaniola, shared by Haiti and the Dominican Republic, is seismically active and has a history of destructive earthquakes.
The same can be said for the Chinese quake in 2008 when, once again, people were very quick to jump on the event as further evidence that HAARP was at
work. But large-scale, devastating earthquakes like this aren't new to China, far from it. In fact, three of the top five deadliest natural disasters
of the past century have occurred in China.
However, I am very open to the possibility that this sort of weather technology is in use and I'm going to be using the example of N.Korea.
As a result of North Korea's secretive nature and its reluctance to allow in foreigners, it isn't widely known that the country suffered a
devastating famine in the 1990's. The country fell victim to a of series of environmental crises during this time, as weather patterns became
increasingly unstable and unpredictable. N.Korea seemed to leap from massive floods to prolonged droughts and, as a result, it is estimated that, from
a population of approximately 22 million, between 900 000 and 3.5 million people died from starvation or hunger-related illnesses.
This type of severe weather continued though:
'Hundreds dead' in N Korea floods
- A South Korean aid group has said that in actuality a phenomenal 58,000 were left dead or missing. There has been no more comment from the
North Korean government.
The Korean Times reported on January 27 of this year that the South Korean “government is checking up on the possibility of using weather
modification techniques to prevent monsoon rains interrupting the 2002 World Cup matches. The paper reports "Both the U.S. and Russia have
commercialized rain and hailstorm prevention programs." Meanwhile, North Korea continues to suffer the aftereffects of a decade-long
I thought that last line was particularly poignant.
Just to highlight how erratic and unpredictable it has become in N.Korea...
Severe Flooding Hits China and North Korea
...and a couple of months later...
North Korea Faces 'Alarming' Drought, Declining Food Aid: U.N
The weather has been so unusual that it is now being blamed on Global Warming:
Climate change hits Korea
lobal warming or climate change has been thought of as something reserved for the next generation to worry about. However, the weather affecting the
Korean Peninsula these days would seem to belie this.
Recent weather conditions — quite different from the norm — indicate that Korea is already under the influence of global warming, weather
Weeks of downpours, sizzling summer heat and record snowfall last winter are all associated with the phenomenon and it is the warmer than usual
Pacific Ocean that could be responsible.
Now what piqued my interest recently was a CIA document entitled: North Korea: Assessing the
Impact of Flooding on Agricultural Output
It states that it's aims are:
To establish a baseline and methodology for judging the impact of future flooding on agricultural output and by implication North Korea’s need
for food imports, OSW analysts conducted a comprehensive review of information on major flood events in North Korea since 1996. The four variables
related to flooding that appear to have the most influence on agriculture are: the geographic area hit and the total area submerged; rainfall
intensity (the amount of rainfall over a period of time); the time of year when flooding occurs and impedes or delays critical farming operations; and
the scope and severity of non-agricultural infrastructure damage that distracts the labor force from farming and undermine labor productivity in the
Am I the only one who is a little suspicious about the actual aims of this document?
That, coupled with the following article: The Tactics of Using Food as a Weapon
sums up my theory.
Environmental warfare is defined as the intentional modification or manipulation of the natural ecology, such as climate and weather, earth
systems such as the ionosphere, magnetosphere, tectonic plate system, and/or the triggering of seismic events (earthquakes) to cause intentional
physical, economic, and psycho-social, and physical destruction to an intended target geophysical or population location, as part of strategic or
tactical war." (Eco News)
The Ultimate Weapon of Mass Destruction: "Owning the Weather" for Military Use
Could the US be using weather weapons of some kind to weaken/threaten North Korea?