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Super Typhoon Hits Philippines Winds 235mph 1000 Dead - Now Heading for Vietnam

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posted on Nov, 17 2013 @ 10:02 PM

reply to post by MNLmarc

It wasn't from Fox, it was from a military spokesperson. I'm well aware of the Fox News reputation. However, one or two Marines, such as the commander of the MEB could be considered "troops on the ground" and wouldn't be reported on. As could a headquarters element.

That quote though is on every news source you'll find, including ABC, the Staradvertiser in Honolulu, and every other paper/news location. The same story was bought by all of them, including Fox.

Zaphod58 and Reject, my apologies for not verifying that other news agencies carried the same story (re: the US Marines' six-hour turnaround response). I suppose it's not a bad thing if the US wishes to toot their own horn that they were the first to assist us. Again, I'm just surprised that it was not locally reported as well (perhaps for the reason that Zaphod cited above). But that's why I have you guys to point out what we're missing out on over here!

posted on Nov, 17 2013 @ 10:05 PM
reply to post by MNLmarc

It happens to all of us. The only reason I knew that it wasn't just them was because I was searching so many sources cross checking what I could. No harm no foul, you're as human as the rest of us.

posted on Nov, 17 2013 @ 10:17 PM
Speaking of China and comedy shows, did you hear that US comedian Stephen Colbert raised over $100,000 in one day to mock China's initial donation of that same amount? (China's hesitance to assist is no surprise to us due to our present rocky relationship with them.) Read about it here.

posted on Nov, 18 2013 @ 10:00 AM
US- 50 ships and aircraft. USS George Washington and escorts, 12 V-22 Osprey, Seahawk helicopters, 10 C-130s.
Japan- 3 ships with trucks, engineering equipment.
Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore- C-130s
UK- A chartered flight with 95 tons of supplies including water tanks, and forklifts departed Midlands Airport for the Philippines, and at least one C-130 will be departing to ferry people and supplies into harder to reach areas.

Some of the more inland villages have finally started seeing aid flights from the Seahawks. A number of landing zones have been mobbed by people desperate for food and water.

posted on Nov, 18 2013 @ 06:26 PM
I apologize to the group if they do mind this conspiracy theory in the midst of this unfortunate event. My sympathies are with the people of Phillipines. The reason I posted this theory is because "why weather control technology" which has been proven over n over again to be able to manipulate weather". Why isnt it used to prevent or minimize these type of disasters?

Im from eastern India asia myself, in our area we have 1-2 cyclones yearly. Ive experienced the horrors myself. Thats why im shocked why the same weather control tech is not used for preventing them.


I'm from India n got this from a japanese conspiracy website. You can bing or ask search this (pls dont google).

Similar aurora/lights/glows/cloud/material formation prior or during the japanese hurricane 2011.

Weather-watcher 'Dutchsinse’ links Phillippines typhoon to man-made microwave pulses coming from an American base in the Pacific.

Similar case with Mauritius last year -Satellite photos show the beam starting from a US base under south africa administration.

The most well known HAARP ststions being in Alaska and Norway (bing or ask search the norway spiral). So this technology heats up the ionosphere (an electromagnetic-wave conducting a layer of electrically charged particles acting as a shield from sola winds 62 miles above the earth).

A whistleblower in 2009 reported the presence of US troops in the philippines who were fenced off in camps in the south of the country and completely unaccountable, in violation of the philippine constitution. Doing God knows what.

On 5 November 2013, it was reported that the USA and the Philippines are in disagreement about the USA's wish for a much increased military presence in the Philippines.

In October 2013, US Secretary of State John Kerry cancelled a visit to the Philippines.

The USA wants access to Philippine military bases and wants to bring in aircraft, ships and other equipment to the Philippines.

The Philippines Defense Secretary, Voltaire Gazmin, said there is a dispute about whether the Philippines or the USA will control these bases.

Gamin said: "What will happen if we won't have access? Those bases will look like their bases."

The Philippine Senate voted in 1991 to close down major U.S. bases.

A pact ratified in 1999 allowed temporary visits such as joint exercises.

As a result of the November typhoon, the USA is now sending in lots of its military.

The Philippines may be pressured to let the US military have its way.

The USA wants the Philippines to be a member of its Trans-Pacific Partnership.

The TPP, currently being negotiated by 12 countries, aims to set up a free trade bloc which would represent over 40 percent of world trade.

The TPP would allow American companies to take over more Philippino companies.

Currently, the Philippines constitution limits foreign ownership in certain sectors.

The USA will hope to bully the Philippines into letting the USA take over its economy.

Dr Michio Kaku, the Weather Channel and CNN have discussed tropical storms caused by microwave beams (pulses).

Reports have emerged that the typhoon which hit the Philippines was caused by a microwave beam.

The microwave beam was observed in the West Pacific and it appears to have created the typhoon.

Reportedly, a U.S. Airforce base is located near the source of the microwave beam.

The U.S. base is reportedly a satellite communications hub.

After the microwave beam emission, satellite images showed a "heavy rotation" begin to develop, eventually becoming a large tropical storm.

Reports say that weather modifications have been done using a microwave pulse.

This looked similar to the HAITIAN earthquake:

-The earthquakes epicenter was only 10 miles from the Haitian capital

-There was a lack of related seismic and tsunamic activity usually associated with quakes of this magnitude

-Haiti was only 6 weeks away from national elections

-Haiti has a long anti-NWO, anti-globalist history

-The day before the Earthquake, the Defense Information Systems Agency was in Haiti running drills of providing natural disaster relief. Just like on 9/11, and 7/7 when the government was "coincidentally" running drills for the exact event that happened.

-The Heritage Foundation think-tank responded within hours of the earthquake with a demand that the US should use this crisis to it's advantage.

-The US Military "aid" is looking more like US Military "occupation" as they work much more on "maintaining security" than actually getting aid to the Haitian people.

posted on Nov, 18 2013 @ 10:40 PM

You can bing or ask search this (pls dont google).

Why shouldn't we google?

posted on Nov, 18 2013 @ 11:27 PM
reply to post by MNLmarc

No specific reason Bro,

Google will submit to any country's request for censorship.

Doesnt google maps tell google where we live when we search?

There's a myth that accidently typing "Google" into Google may actually break the internet and cause google servers to divide by zero.

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posted on Nov, 19 2013 @ 11:09 PM

Many countries, including Brunei, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Netherlands, Russia, Malaysia, Italy, New Zealand, South Korea, Singapore, Canada and UK have dispatched airlifters or chartered cargo planes of all types to carry aids into the Philippines.

A lot of companies and airlines and charter services offered their help as well. Special appearances by the gigantic An225 which landed in Mactan and unloaded a massive power generator.

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