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Don't Be Distracted : The Real Problem = Historic Mississippi Flood/Intentional Levee Breach

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posted on May, 15 2011 @ 01:25 AM
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That information is highly alarming to me...

I know that government officials need to combat the chaos and restore order...

I know looting (which i like the word plunder better... its the Pirate in me)

I know the plundering can be a problem to business and home owners and a damn right heartache...

but this sounds Martial Law like...

I don't like it!

But if you live in those area's you need to obey...

Who knows what they might do if you get cabin fever and try to leave...

I wish peace and safety to everyone effected by all this crazy weather!




posted on May, 15 2011 @ 01:27 AM
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That is very common in a "disaster zone", same thing happened down here after Katrina. If you can't prove you belong in an area, you don't belong in that area. I'd say there is nothing to worry about there.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 01:50 AM
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That is very common in a "disaster zone", same thing happened down here after Katrina. If you can't prove you belong in an area, you don't belong in that area. I'd say there is nothing to worry about there.


I suspected as much but having been fortunate enough to never have been in such a zone I had no point of comparison. Still thought I'd share though just to help keep people informed about what is going on. Still, it's a short step from that to martial law.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 02:46 AM
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Yes, it is only a step away from martial law, hopefully we won't get that far.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 10:36 AM
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I was wondering how much of the FEMA and Military presence has to do with this?? From what I know these exercises are supposed to begin today.

www.fema.gov...


Exercise Focus NLE 2011 will simulate the catastrophic nature of a major earthquake in the central United States region of the New Madrid Seismic Zone (NMSZ). The year 2011 is the bicentennial anniversary of the 1811 New Madrid earthquake, for which the NMSZ is named. NLE 2011 will be the first NLE to simulate a natural hazard. NLE 2011 activities will take place at command posts, emergency operation centers and other locations to include federal facilities in the Washington D.C. area and federal, regional, state, tribal, local and private sector facilities in the eight member states of the Central United States Earthquake Consortium (CUSEC). The eight member states of CUSEC encompass four different FEMA regions: Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee (FEMA Region IV); Illinois and Indiana (FEMA Region V); Arkansas (FEMA Region VI); and Missouri (FEMA Region VII).


Very odd that they are holding disaster exercises in the middle of an actual disaster area, but not surprising, with FEMA's past track record of idiotic behavior.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 11:19 AM
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Yes, I find it odd too. I was thinking the same thing...



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 11:50 AM
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They are just moving into position so they can be ready for something big coming.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 01:37 PM
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That article in Market Watch just goes to show why it is not in the MSM, Money. The market would go way down and the value on the dollar is already going down and that would cause it to almost crash. It just goes to show that protecting the rich, and the bankers is more important than the people.

A little can of Tomatoe Soup in Wally Mark costs $1.44 now. Most of the people in the South have lived on Beans and Rice for years, but they destroyed all the rice fields and farm land. So we will not even be able to afford that. I bought 15 pounds of rice a few months ago, and a lot of beans, but many people are not able to do that with a lot of children.

I read an articile not long ago that said a 12oz can of coffee will cost $74 with the rate of projected inflation. That was without this flood. Little gardens are going to be the only thing that can save a lot of people. But for the thousands of people in this flood they are going to depend on help from others, and I haven't seen FEMA at any of these press confrences. I am just ranting now, Eric, with the price of food you will be back in those 36 pants before long so don't throw them out. Peace and Love Folks.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 01:48 PM
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Here is a website proclaiming this




If you visit the HAARP website you will see from the HAARP Induction Magnetometer data charts that HAARP has been actively broadcasting a 1.8hz signal for the past several weeks. Major flooding in the New Madrid Fault Line regions is the result of this 1.8hz sustained HAARP broadcast.




Pay close attention to the induction magnetometer data for May 12, 2011 (data image accompanies this article above). HAARP was blasting the ionosphere with so much energy that the entire chart is filled with constant energy spikes – recorded from 1.8hz to 3.4hz. The HAARP broadcast started at 4:00 PM May 11, 2011 and constantly broadcasted until after 4:00 AM on May 13, 2011 – a total of 36 hours of HAARP broadcasting.
Compared to the data published for a normal atmospheric day these induction magnetometer readings suggests a major earthquake is emanate. As FEMA is preparing to launch an exercise that centers on the scenario of a catastrophic earthquake in the New Madrid Seismic Zone the HAARP data gives evidence that the New Madrid Seismic Zone is the target for a major earthquake – not a simulated one but a real one.



I don;t know if he knows what he is talking about or not, just sharing the info.

presscore.ca...
edit on 15-5-2011 by tinker9917 because: forgot link



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 01:52 PM
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Thanks to everyone continuing to keep this thread alive. Also kudos to all keeping us all up to date on important current events, since this seems to be the only reliable source I know about this issue.

I will post again when I have something important to contribute, but I thought it was important to thank those keeping this thread alive.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 03:15 PM
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Wow, $74 for a can of coffee... guess thats a luxury in life I will have to do without. I have actually been looking at indoor gardens as I think is going to be a necessity.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 03:22 PM
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I will search around to see if I can find a link, but they just interrupted NASCAR, to say that there are people refusing to leave their home in Butte LaRose, LA. They know it is going to flood, but say they won't leave until the water gets there, and by the projections they are showing, it is going to be there sometime today. This is an area they are saying could be under 25 feet of water.

I will go search to see if I find anything.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 03:24 PM
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I try to come on here and post something everyday, and you let us know how things are going for you anytime. Just writing on this thread helps with the frustration, anger and fear. It is good threapy.

I know Martial Law will be anounced soon. It was declared in the 1927 flood, only this time they will try to disarm everyone when they want to go back home. I think that is one reason Homeland Security wants the Names and Addresses of everyone in the effected areas. And like during Katrina, probably in near by areas uneffected. This is going to happen and you can count on it. Also anyone refusing to give up their firearms will be arrested. So before people go back home they need to secure them somewhere before returning.

Whoever complited this Video did a very good job.




posted on May, 15 2011 @ 04:22 PM
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Eric !! You have got to see this weather map. I saw a video the other day about all this moisture coming in from the north Atlantic that was strange. Haarp related? I don't remember, but this is forming a rotation, Right over Mo. and KY. These Hurricane type storms over land are really coming more and more. This is a livefeed map. so keep an eye on it.

Huge Weather Map.
radar.weather.gov...



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 04:34 PM
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I have been reading the posts and keeping
up with what is going on in regards to the
flooding. I wish those in the flood areas would
evacuate - I know its hard to leave your home but
this is a terrible disaster and is getting worse
by the minute. I want to thank everyone that
contributes to this thread. My heart goes out
to those affected by the flooding.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 05:15 PM
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Originally posted by coolottie
reply to post by EvolEric
 


Eric !! You have got to see this weather map. I saw a video the other day about all this moisture coming in from the north Atlantic that was strange. Haarp related? I don't remember, but this is forming a rotation, Right over Mo. and KY. These Hurricane type storms over land are really coming more and more. This is a livefeed map. so keep an eye on it.

Huge Weather Map.
radar.weather.gov...



I remember looking at the maps a few years back and every now and then a "Hurricane" type storm would pop up somewhere over the land...

But this year I have seen 5, 6? more than I seen in any given years...

maybe I'm not paying attention?
But i'm a weather hound... I watch DISH Earth and try my hand at forecasting the weather...

Thats a big storm!!

And its not the typical storms I have been used to seeing...

 

Today its about 57... its been raining... well rather misting... kinda looks like Snow...
but just 2 days ago it was 91 here...

Rigth now around here we call this "cold spell"

"Black Berry Winter" its the last "cold spell", before summer...

 


But when just the other day there was 3 hurricane looking storms over the US
and I never seen that before... odd

Now this... that movie "Day After Tomorrow" comes to mind...



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 05:26 PM
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Originally posted by WhoDat09
I will search around to see if I can find a link, but they just interrupted NASCAR, to say that there are people refusing to leave their home in Butte LaRose, LA. They know it is going to flood, but say they won't leave until the water gets there, and by the projections they are showing, it is going to be there sometime today. This is an area they are saying could be under 25 feet of water.

I will go search to see if I find anything.


Those poor stubborn bastards...
they sound just like the people where I live...
They sound like my family!

If you live near Butte LaRosa, LA...
Please leave...

25 Foot of water... that will cover your roof...
don't take chances...

take your family and what you can prepare... and go to a safe area...

 


thanks for that update



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 05:32 PM
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Originally posted by coolottie
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I read an articile not long ago that said a 12oz can of coffee will cost $74 with the rate of projected inflation. T




I been buying Rice and beans the best I can...
I also raise a garden of my own and
can a lot of stuff from it...

But the people that can't...
my heart goes out to them...

But coffee being 74 dollars a can...

THAT is OUTRAGEOUS!
this might sound stupid...


but coffee is one of the very very few things that makes life worthwhile to me...

To me its not just a drink..

its a symbol...
a symbol of how far we have came as a civilization...
that a commodity such as coffee that has been super rare until this day and age (last 100 years)
can be affordable and distributed across the globe in such a matter that almost anyone can afford
to have coffee on hand...

When it becomes the guilty pleasure of the elite...
like it once was... that to me is awful



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 05:35 PM
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You all have done an excellent job updating this thread!

Many people have said they come here, to this thread for any updates first...

Many people have thanked me...

But in all honesty... you all have beat me each and every day for the past week or more
in finding sources of information to share...

So all the praise goes to each and every one of you!

You are heroes and the cream of the crop of ATS



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 06:15 PM
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Ok, I found HAARP links where it does look like something has happened a couple days ago.

5/9 doen't look too bad 137.229.36.30...

5/10 kicks into gear 137.229.36.30...

5/11 & 5/12 doesn't look normal at all 137.229.36.30...

5/13 shuts down at 4am and goes back to normal 137.229.36.30...

Link to the HAARP Magnetometer (left side of graph I like to set it at 1 mont 1000 nT scale for a 30 day comparison so you can see what it is doing) Right now, its not erradic, but it does not look quite right
137.229.36.30...

Dutchsinse, ATS member who started his own website and has been studying haarp behavior and monitors radiation (looks like we go drowned in radiation from Japan 5/11 and didn't know it according to him) and has done lots of youtube videos on the subjects www.dutchsinse.com...

Link to seismograph folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu...

Link to map for suspected haarp rings (I've only seen them in night time hours, hmmmm...) weather.unisys.com...


Sorry, I got carried away with the links I keep an eye to try to connect all the dots... but maybe there is n connection as Many are doing this without success.






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