Originally posted by guessing
Originally posted by coolottie
reply to post by jstanthrno1
Just look at The IRIS map for today. The way it looks every angel in heaven must be over the US if not then we look guilty as hell. We are way too lucky. Every Country on the planet is going to be attacking us if this keeps up. They will have to do a really big one on the Madrid just the get the heat off their crimes.
But the USA ia already doomed.
an asteroid 400km wide is going to land in the middle of the USA...
so take everyone down at the same time...
LOL.. over and over
Originally posted by skunkmunky
Why do so many people believe it's a weapon? Because so many people either want to be part of the "I told you so crowd" and will get in on any conspiracy at ground level, just for the one-up-man-ship of being able to say "I was one of the original believers" or are those who decided that everything that has ever existed could be philophosised into a believable threat to human kind.
Originally posted by phishyblankwaters
reply to post by Evanzsayz
This is nonsense why would haarp (isnt it an american company) attack their allies, why not test it on someone you hate...I just dont see the endgame here...Japan is a great ally especially since they are so close to north korea
HAARP is an american run research project, one in alaska, puerto rico, and I think another too. Russia has at least 1 built as well.
Besides the fact that HAARP (the one in alaska) can't make earthquakes aside, it makes little sense to attack Japan as Japan is one of the US's biggest trading partners, and at the current times of financial meltdown, we can't afford to lose Japan, which we essentially have.
So unless the "elite" plan is to just destroy all civilization, and make the planet inhospitable for life including their own, it's all absurd nonsense based on ignorance and pseudo science.
Originally posted by SammyB
reply to post by skunkmunky
I see no reason for you to act like a complete jerk. My family and a few others are eye witnesses to HAARP activities and we know a great deal. I simply wanted to make it clear that, from personal experience, there is a lot more going on that most people know. Of course it doesn't sit well for readers for me to not give details, but twice my family has been put in danger because I opened my mouth. When I got cut off from Coast to Coast, I decided to keep my mouth shut on details so my children didn't pay a further price. So spew your hate all you want. I'm done with this.
On Thursday March 10, 2011 South Korean and US forces were in the midst of the Key Resolve / Foal Eagle exercises. Key Resolve is the new name for the military exercise previously known as RSOI, which stands for Reception, Staging, Onward Movement, Integration. Both the US/Haiti military exercise and the US/South Korean military exercise were held just prior to a major earthquake. Both exercises involved computer simulations. Both the Haiti and South Korean exercises involved the use of very powerful radar systems – both included the use of Sea-Based X-Band Radar platforms. The officially stated purpose of these Sea-Based X-Band Radar system is for defenses purposes. “The FBX-T radar is designed to provide early detection and tracking of ballistic missile threats while providing a key element to the layered defense strategy.” Being sea-based allows the platform(s) to be moved to areas where they are needed for enhanced missile defense. As of 2007 the prime contractor for this program, Raytheon IDS had delivered the first two of five planned AN/TPY-2 radars to the Missile Defense Agency. The first radar was delivered in November 2004 and was deployed in Japan. The second U.S. military mobile “X-Band Radar” was deployed in June 2006 to the. ASDF Shariki Sub-base in Aomori Prefecture, Japan. How does the sea-based X-Band Radar system play a role in the Haiti 7.0 magnitude earthquake and Japan’s 8.9 magnitude earthquake? The sea-based X-Band Radar systems are a fleet of floating HAARP systems(...)
"The human toll here looks to be much worse than the economic toll and we can be grateful for that."