posted on Dec, 14 2013 @ 04:06 AM
reply to post by cyoshi
Okay here is the most important question you should ask yourself...
Why would the US use weather warfare against the Phillipines, and what does it gain for them?
Well that is actually two questions, but if you can answer those then you may be onto something.
Here is a theory, but it's a longshot.
Before the typhoon hit the USA has been eyeballing the re-use of some of their shutdown old military bases in the Philippines, like the Naval Base in
. They have not been getting much of a welcoming support from the
Philippine public. However, recently, the Philippine and US governments came to an agreement and will allow US ships, marines and aircraft to stay on
a semi-permanent basis.
Sometime around August, it was revealed through a whistle blower that a scam was going on between a woman operating a front of NGO groups and the
politicians, basically stealing the tax money that was supposed to be used on projects to help the people. I did a
thread on it here
While the corrupted courts continue to delay justice, more scams are being revealed that just about every level of government is corrupted to the
core. The country is in a deathgrip by corrupted family dynasties that refuse to let go of power or money. The people in the Philippines are getting
very tired of it - and the prices keep increasing for things like electricity, lpg cooking gas, food, and taxes keep going up.
Then came typhoon Yolanda, after a terrible earthquake in Bohol. The Philippines gets hit by 20+ typhoons per year and to no surprise flooding occurs.
The national government has been put in the spotlight time and time again as inept, ineffectual, and completely out of touch with 99% of the rest of
The Filipinos idolize Americans for some reason. I think because of television. If the USA wanted the chance to try and make the Philippines a
territory, the general population would welcome it with open arms (in my opinion). It would make for an extremely strategic location for the USA, and
natural disasters have a history of destroying political careers.