With the Trump administration, Harvard, Stanford, the UN, NASA, and other powerful entities all openly suggesting the skies be sprayed to combat climate change, geoengineering is starting to look like a very important factor to consider in warfare.
Former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad thought weaponized geoengineering was important enough to speak about in 2012. He said the US and its coalition can move weather systems, and they are causing Iran’s unusually severe drought.
When you consider that North Korea, one of the other bitter enemies of the US and its coalition, is also in a severe and unexplainable drought, one must start to investigate the possibility of weather warfare occurring. According to a recent CNN article titled “North Korea facing its worst drought since 2001, UN warns”:
“North Korea is still recovering from a deadly famine in the late 1990s, and the UN’s World Food Program estimates 70% of the country’s 25 million people still don’t eat a “sufficiently diverse diet.”
Similar recent headlines about Iran’s “mysterious” drought can be found, including this one from the LA Times titled “As drought grips Iran, farmers lament loss of a way of life.”
With geoengineering being a real thing in 2017, the question arises in any aware person’s mind when there is a catastrophic weather event: was it engineered?
Is there a way to investigate whether or not Hurricane Harvey might have been engineered?
Geoengineering activist Patrick Roddie, who routinely takes NASA Worldview screencaps, pointed out that chemtrails are being sprayed right on top of Hurricane Harvey, South of Houston, Texas. Geoengineering works by spraying metallic particles in the stratosphere, and then exciting those particles with electromagnetic energy to move weather systems, as well summarized in the book “Chemtrails Exposed: A New Manhattan Project.”
So why would they strike Houston with a hurricane? Here are a few trails to follow:
“Weather derivatives” are a way of making money from predicting the weather and its affect on business.
It’s a difficult concept to grasp, but it was explained well by geoengineering researcher and author Peter Kirby in this article:
“Weather derivatives are financial instruments (options, futures and options on futures) everyone can buy that either pay off or don’t pay off according to recorded atmospheric conditions such as temperature and rainfall. These instruments are mostly traded on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME). They are also traded on smaller Over the Counter (OTC) markets.”
In an interview with Peter, he named defense contractor Raytheon as one of the most influential corporations or entities to ever take part in geoengineering.
Guess who has a tight relationship with Raytheon? The Trump Administration. Trump tapped Raytheon’s VP to become Army secretary: Mark Esper. That’s right, and here’s a headline from the Guardian that puts it in perspective: “Trump presidency ‘opens door’ to planet-hacking geoengineer experiments.”
Are you starting to see the full picture? With some investigation, a diligent researcher could piece together a few motives for the potential crime of engineering Hurricane Harvey.
It would damage the cause of figuring out the truth about this to proclaim too definitively that “this hurricane was definitely engineered,” but an open minded evaluation of that possibility is necessary for anyone who wants to know the truth.