HAARP: The Government's Most Dangerous Program
Its Getting Hot In Here
In tiny Beebe, Arkansas, the local blackbird population met a shocking end on New Year's Day 2011. As midnight tolled, some 5,000 red-winged blackbirds plummeted from the sky, virtually carpeting the town with a feathery bed of dead birds. According to Wisconsin-based animal lab Livestock and Poultry Commission, they had never heard of such a mass death before; prior to this that they had only dealt with "a dozen dead ducks at once."
Just days later, in Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana, a mere 350 miles away from Beebe, another 500-some-odd birds—this time blackbirds, starlings, and grackles—dropped dead in a similar fashion. In both cases, the official story is that the deaths were attributed to trauma: easily-startled blackbirds ran en masse into building, roofs, trees, and telephone poles. But others, including conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, believe that the birds were struck by a high-intensity microwave beam, that either cooked the birds or disoriented them to such a degree that they flew headlong to their deaths. Mass wildlife kills are not uncommon, Jones posits, but this great a number in two close locations, one right after the other, raises serious questions.
Opponents of HAARP suspect that it also has the power to foment earthquakes with pinpoint precision. The theory goes that HAARP is able to manipulate the ionosphere to such a degree that it can contort it, pull it back into space like a rubber band, and then let it snap back to earth in a particular location (say, along a tectonic fault line) with such a terrific force that it can trigger deadly and destructive earthquakes. The ground trembles, buildings tumble, and a region is ruined, all at the push of a button, say conspiracy theorists.
Some believe that this awesome power has been used repeatedly in recent years, triggering the devastating earthquakes in Haiti in January 2010, Chile in February 2010, and in China's Sichuan Province May 2008. In each instance, bizarre meteorological phenomena were reported, phenomena that would be unusual enough in their own right, but when seen as a companion to tremendous earthquakes, they perhaps passed from unusual coincidence to dire warnings of doom.
Explained Light Shows
In Haiti, Chile, and China, bizarre lights were seen in the sky just prior to the deadly earthquakes. These lights are consistent with the aurora borealis, a.k.a. the Northern Lights. Aurora borealis paint the night sky with wild greens, blues, and purples. They are a spectacular, if common, sight close to the Arctic Circle but extraordinarily rare in such southern locales as Haiti, Chile, and China.
What are the chances that this phenomenon was seen each time before a major geological event? And how is it unusual that HAARP—again, that's the High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program -- has long touted their ability to create aurora borealis. Is this mere coincidence, or are the Northern Lights a sign of the super-heated atmosphere and a deadly harbinger of the destruction yet to come?