Friday, September 23, 2005

Japan & Russia: the weather underground?

Боже мой! Seems Ivan is teaming up with our old nemesis Tokyo Rose! Will freedom ever run out of enemies? Hurricane Ivan last year, Hurricane Katrina this year... sure, it can't be coïncidence that they both have Russian names. Why else would the U.S. Weather Service assign such names to them in the first place if the storms weren't engineered with Russian technology? Don't be surprised when Hurricane Yoko hits in a few weeks.

I read an article in the Seattle Times about Pocatello, Idaho weatherman Scott Stevens. Stevens’ web site explains how Soviet resentment blends with Tesla coils to create formidable weapons for the Japanese Yakuza to use to exact revenge for the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings! The site has, if nothing else, some good pictures. (One of those pictures was taken by an Englishman named Andrew Johnson. It can be no coïncidence that Andrew Johnson was also the name of a former Democratic president, which clearly shows that the British are in league with the Democrats!)

Note for the irony-impaired: I think this guy is completely out of his tree. Mr. Stevens and I do agree that there will be more hurricanes. But I do not agree with him on nearly everything else, particularly this quote from someone named Tom Bearden, whom Stevens endorses:

"So in early 1990, the weather engineering operations over North America were assumed from the FSB/KGB by the Yakuza/Aum Shinrikyo teams, and operations continued with the Yakuza's leased giant scalar interferometers. The weather engineering against the United States continues today under the rogue Japanese teams on site in Russia, with direct FSB/KGB supervision."

Why am I reporting this? I dunno. Nuts amuse me, I guess. Sure, hurricanes have been stronger lately than they have been in the past, but seeing KGB agents lurking under every little rock is just so… so… Reaganlike, you know?

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