posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 11:43 AM
I felt this deserved its own thread, for those who might have missed it.
I was looking for info, trying to figure out why everyone seemed to be freaking out over Hurricane Sandy, when I came across this reddit post. It was
made a full 22 days ago, and the events described supposedly happened September 20th.
The OP describes how he got a call from his mother asking about evacuation plans. Then OP's mom tells how she got a call from a friend of hers, who
got this info from her daughter and son in law who is in the military. The info was supposedly (given 9/20) that there would be a massive devastating
storm around this time frame that would leave the east coast under water, and there were planned evacuations, etc. Here is the relevant info from the
About 2 weeks ago my mom called me to see if I had a bug out plan, which is interesting because we have never talked about anything like this. We
have discussed politics, religion and various other issues, but nothing along the lines of "What do we do if the # hits the fan?" Her reasoning
behind this is that her best friend of 37 years called her and said that her daughter and son-in-law were called into a private meeting on base
regarding a probable evacuation scenario of the East Coast. (Son-in-law is in the Special Forces, apparently high up. I think the base was Ft.
McPhearson in Georgia). From what she said, the daughter and SIL where brought in and made to sign a non-disclosure agreement saying they would tell
no one, under the penalty of treason, what they were told during the meeting. They were told that in 4-6 weeks (this was around 9/20) the East Coast
would experience some type of disaster that would cause it to be under water. They were also told to make a go bag and be prepared to leave at a
moments notice. That is about all I have. This does come from someone I trust, and someone who trusts her daughter and son-in-law. I don't see any
reason for them to make it up or freak out over a routine or drill. From what my moms friend says the military does not do these types of drills
without warning everyone that it is just a drill. She has been married to a military man for 20 years.
Personally, and I try not to get too tin-foil hat, this freaks me out a bit.
I saw some supposed HAARP monitor map in another thread, and coincidentally the highest peaks in detection seemed to occur right along the supposed
path of the storm.
So I guess if our stuff ends up under water, we know who to look at. Now does military fore-knowledge of something like this mean they caused it with
HAARP? Well, it could be just as easily argued that they have been experimenting with long-range weather forecasting, as I believe someone even
pointed out in that redditt thread. But that would not negate the fact that they knew the crap was about to hit the fan, and didn't tell everyone to
get out PRIOR. So yeah.... I guess if we end up submerged I'm going to be pretty ticked off, as I can imagine a lot of people will be.