Friday, September 02, 2005

Stormy Weather....Modification


The Guardian
Saturday September 3, 2005

Calling for the immediate deployment of regular combat troops in New Orleans, David
Vitter, a Louisiana Republican senator said: "My guess is that it [the death toll] will start at 10,000, but that is only a guess." He said this estimate was not based on any official death toll or body count.Even before he set off, Mr Bush was forced to admit that the relief effort had been inadequate: "The results are not acceptable," he said.

Later he said: "I am not looking forward to this trip. It's as if the entire Gulf coast were obliterated by the worst kind of WEAPON you can imagine."
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(Emphasis mine)

Yeah. Interesting comment. Especially since our army has used weather as a weapon for
YEARS. No shit. Check this link out below. Projected weather modification capabilities for the the Air Force in 2025. Includes a bizarre history lesson. Instances of the U.S. govt. increasing rain levels during the flood season in Vietnam, so specific trails were taken out. That was over 30 years ago. This is the 21st century. Jetpacks for everyone? No. Weather Modification? Well of course.
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Now this synopsis of another paper by the Air Force entitled "AF 2025 Final Report" from Global Research in Canada. The link to the original source does not work, unfortunatly.

"Weather modification will become a part of domestic and international security and could be done unilaterally... It could have offensive and defensive applications and even be used for deterrence purposes. The ability to generate precipitation, fog, and storms on earth or to modify space weather, ... and the production of artificial weather all are a part of an integrated set of technologies which can provide substantial increase in US, or degraded capability in an adversary, to achieve global awareness, reach, and power."
(US Air Force. Air University of the US Air Force, AF 2025 Final Report, http://www.au.af.mil/au/2025/)
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