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Post  tgII on Sun 17 Jan 2010, 23:50

I believe Sorcha Faal to be complete rubbish, but that's just me.

Yes, there might have been something released on the fault line Haiti
sits on, but it is highly unlikely the US Navy is responsible for it, the US
Navy isn't in the business of exterminating people wantonly.

The US Navy is incredibly angered at being targeted on 911 and would
guess they are probably actively pursuing those who tried to take them
out, ask Commander Gerald Decanto because he took a missile right
between the eyes.

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Going out on the net to track down more info on Haiti. My God, one-hundred
thousand dead.
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Post  tgII on Mon 18 Jan 2010, 00:44

Come on, really? Haven't listened to it yet but this should be interesting:

  • Adam Curry says an earthquake machine caused the Haitian quake 'NA-166-2010-01-17' - Adam Curry & John Dvorak
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Mon 18 Jan 2010, 00:57

And the motive to take out Haiti with an earthquake would be?

I mean of all the places to decimate and to gain something for the effort, what does Haiti provide?
Gold? Oil? Removal of a rival enemy? Halting of their creation of the bomb? Terrorism? Heroine?

When it comes to Haiti and its people, I can think of nothing other than providing jobs for out of work contractors to rebuild it because the U.S. economy is so bad. But I don't think that is enough to have the U.S. Navy or black projects quake the island ghetto armpit of the world.
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Thu 21 Jan 2010, 13:59

In answer to my question as to why earthquake weapon Haiti...

Are We in Haiti because of Oil?

Thursday, January 21st, 2010

It has been a little over a week since the devastating earthquake hit just outside Port au Prince, Haiti. Since that day, I have watched in horror as the Haitian people and their society have quickly submerged into a quagmire of social unrest and political grandstanding. Once I observed the mass-murder posse of Team Obama, Bush and Clinton begin circling the wagons and the rapid US militarization of Port au Prince, including the occupation of the Presidential Palace, to the tune of now almost 10,000 US boots on the ground, I began to get suspicious. Call me crazy. I know of the sad history of Haiti imposed upon the tiny former slave nation by one imperial power after the next. But when I see 10,000 American soldiers descend upon a nation in less than a week, my radar flies into the red zone. Just when I was beginning to brush up on the story behind the story regarding Yemen, now I’m thrashed about one more time and forced to begin scrambling for the next story behind the story for this week’s latest NWO hot topic.

After a few hours on the Internet, I discovered an article posted in January of 2008...
http://www.abibitumikasa.com/forums/oppression-afrikans-economically/41112-oil-mining-haiti-worlds-elite-robbing-people-blind.html
indicating that large amounts of, you guessed it, OIL had indeed been discovered in Haiti a short while back. According to the article, s cientists Ginette and Daniel Mathurin indicated that “under Haitian soil it is rich in oil and fuel.” “We have identified 20 oil sites.” said ‘Daniel Mathurin stating that “5 of them are considered of great importance by specialists and politicians.”

“The Central Plateau, including the region of Thomonde, the plain of the Cul-de-Sac and the bay of Port-au-Prince are full of hydrocarbons,”he said adding that “the oil reserves of Haiti are more important than those of Venezuela.” “An Olympic pool compared to a glass of water; that is the comparison to illustrate the importance of Haitian oil compared with those of Venezuela,” he explains.

“Venezuela is one of the world’s largest producers of oil.”

We know that large amounts of oil had been discovered in Cuba a little over a year ago as appeared in a London Guardian article from Saturday, October 18 th 2008. http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008/oct/18/cuban-oil .

“ Mother nature, it emerged this week, appears to have blessed the island with enough oil reserves to vault it into the ranks of energy powers. The government announced there may be more than 20bn barrels of recoverable oil in offshore fields in Cuba’s share of the Gulf of Mexico, more than twice the previous estimate.

If confirmed, it puts Cuba’s reserves on par with those of the US and into the world’s top 20. Drilling is expected to start next year by Cuba’s state oil company Cubapetroleo, or Cupet.

“It would change their whole equation. The government would have more money and no longer be dependent on foreign oil,” said Kirby Jones, founder of the Washington-based US-Cuba Trade Association. “It could join the club of oil exporting nations.” Wrote Rory Carroll, Latin America Correspondent for the Guardian.

If one looks at a map and notices that Haiti and Cuba are only about 60 miles apart separated by the Winward Passage, one might then assume that perhaps the two Caribbean nations might be sitting on the same stretch of oil field.
And the plot thickens. According to the article regarding Haitian oil: “ Daniel and Ginette Malthurin indicate that the American government had in 2005 authorized the use of strategic reserves of the United States. The door should be used by politicians to launch Haitian negotiations with American companies in the context of the exploitation of these deposits.”

“The specialists contend that the government of Jean Claude Duvalier had verified the existence of a major oil field in the Bay of Port-au-Prince shortly before his downfall.”

Hmmm, intriguing. It would seem that the Pentagon’s interest in Haiti during this crisis just might stretch a bit beyond their normal warm and fuzzy humanitarian intentions. It feels like we’ve been here before. Keep your eyes on the bouncing ball and watch for Big Oil to move into the region shortly. Perhaps this may also serve as a wee bit of gunboat diplomacy targeted at Cuba and, more ominously, a back-up plan to secure reserves in the Empire’s backyard as Obama and the War Machine get ready to take on Venezuela. More will be revealed.

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Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 21 Jan 2010, 17:19

a couple days ago, a french "assistance" plane was refused to land at Haiti , probably cause the frogs werent in the control loop

thats very ear-raising info on the oil ,(like the bunny Very Happy ) an a hell of a lot of troop insertions

could they really have an earthquake machine affraid
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Thu 21 Jan 2010, 17:33

A while back there were some geological studies indicating undersea oil deposits off the coast of some Palestinian owned territories.
Some speculate that this potential booty is what triggered a more aggressive policy by Israelis upon the Palestinians last year when Israel started carpeting the Palestinians with internationally banned white phosphorus. (Other than them just taking pleasure in it.)
The goal to gain control of all lands along the coast and the rights to any undersea oil that may lie within the ground.

Somalia will also be on the desirable list due to its strategic location related to water routes, oil and natural gas.
So look for some action in that area as well due to American "colonization", I mean, regime change and introduction of "democracy".
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Post  tgII on Fri 22 Jan 2010, 04:49

The fleet was ready to go into Haiti preparing well in advance. Cool.

Got any oil? The only disappointment seems to be the death toll
was so low.

200,000 plus butchered, that somehow just doesn't register with me.
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 22 Jan 2010, 22:04

Any reports of strange animal behaviour pre-quake ?
Its all gettin a little "avatarish" Very Happy

The Use of Animals in Earthquake Prediction

Research being carried out in China has indicated that recognition of unusual animal behavior in a systematic way can lead and be used, in conjunction with other methods, as a means of predicting large and potentially destructive earthquakes. The following are examples of observed unusual animal behavior before major earthquakes occurred.

Unusual Animal Behavior - In 1920, the largest earthquake to hit China with a magnitude of 8.5 occurred in Haiyuan County, Ninghxia Province. According to reports of eyewitnesses, prior to this earthquake, wolves were seen running around in packs, dogs were barking unusually, and sparrows were flying around wildly. It is reported that prior to the 6.8 magnitude earthquake in 1966 in Hsingtai County, Hopei Province, in Northern China, all the dogs at a village near the epicenter had deserted their kennels and thus survived the disaster.

Prior to the earthquake of July 18, 1969, (magnitude 7.4) in the Pohai Sea, unusual behavior was observed in seagulls, sharks, and five different species of fish. Based on observations of unusual behavior of giant pandas, deer, yaks, loaches, tigers and other animals, a warning was issued at the Tientsin People's Park Zoo, two hours before the earthquake struck.

The Chinese began to study systematically the unusual animal behavior, and the Haicheng earthquake of February 1975 was predicted successfully as early as in mid-December of 1974. The most unusual circumstance of animal behavior was that of snakes that came out of hibernation and froze on the surface of the earth. Also a group of rats appeared. These events were succeeded by a swarm of earthquakes at the end of December 1974. During the following month, in January 1975, thousands of reports of unusual animal behavior were received from the general area. Local people saw hibernating snakes coming out from their holes and into the snow. In the first three days in February the activity intensified even more and unusual behavior of the larger animals such as cows, horses, dogs and pigs was reported. On February 4, 1975, an earthquake of magnitude 7.3 struck the Haicheng County, Liaoning Province.

More instances of unusual animal behavior were reported. A stock breeder in northern China, feeding his animals before dawn on July 28, 1976, in the area of the Kaokechuang People's Commune, approximately 40 kilometers away from the city of Tangshan, reported that his horses and mules instead of eating were jumping and kicking until they finally broke loose and ran outside. A few seconds later, a dazzling white flash illuminated the sky. Tremendous rumbling noises were heard as a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck the Tangshan area.

Other reports of unusual animal behavior prior to the occurrence of earthquakes have been reported in the literature and in books. Such unusual animal behavior included goats refusing to go into pens; cats and dogs picking up their offspring and carrying them outdoors; pigs squealing strangely; chickens dashing out of the coops in the middle of the night; fish dashing about aimlessly; and birds leaving their nests. It has also been reported that zoo animals refused to go back into their shelters at night; snakes, lizards and other small mammals evacuated their underground nests; insects congregated in huge swarms near the seashores; cattle sought higher ground; domestic animals became agitated; and wild birds left their usual habitats.

Surveys done in China show that the largest number of cases of unusual animal behavior precede the earthquake, particularly in the 24 hours before it strikes. In other parts of China where major earthquakes have been preceded by foreshocks, unusual behavior in rats, fish, and snakes were observed as early as three days prior to the earthquake, but continuing to several hours, or even a few minutes before.

Studies of Animal Behavior
Throughout China's long history, unusual behavior has been observed in every kind of common animal. Most of the behavior falls into the category of unusual restlessness and disorientation.

Since animals have the capability of acting as predictors of earthquakes, the Chinese scientists have carried out surveys of animal behavior variations prior to earthquakes. A team of scientists including biologists, geophysicists, chemists, meteorologists, and biophysicists conducted a survey in the Tangshan area and in 400 communes in 48 counties around it after the 1976 earthquake. The scientists visited a number of places that were hit by other destructive earthquakes and, through interviews and discussions with local people, collected information on over 2,000 cases of unusual animal behavior occurring prior to an earthquake. The majority of the reports involved domestic animals. Based on this survey a preliminary report was prepared by the Chinese identifying 58 kinds of domestic and wild animals that had demonstrated unusual behavior.

The principal focus of research work in China has been on the behavior of pigeons. Biological studies on pigeons determined that a hundred tiny units exist between the tibia and fibula on a pigeon's leg. These nerve units are connected to the nerve center, and are very sensitive to vibrations. Scientists determined that prior to an earthquake of magnitude 4.0, which occurred in the area of the study, fifty pigeons that had severed connections between the tibia, fibula, and the nerve centers, remained calm before the earthquake, while those with normal connections became startled and flew away.

Because of the success in monitoring unusual animal behavior for the prediction of certain earthquakes, the Chinese, who have pioneered this work, have looked into ways to construct instruments that would duplicate the sensory organs of animals which were able to monitor, and sense, stimuli preceding an earthquake. Researchers found it very difficult to understand the mechanism of response stimuli. Physical or chemical stimuli come out of the earth prior to an earthquake and these must be the stimuli that animals can sense. For example, dogs may be able to hear the microfacturing of rocks a few milliseconds before a quake shock reaches the surface. Electromagnetic changes in the earth prior to an earthquake may be sensed by such animals as sharks and catfish which have low or high frequency receptors and sense such changes actively or passively. Also such electromagnetic field changes could be affecting migrating birds and the navigational ability of fish.

Mechanisms of Animal Responses

What is the sensory mechanism of animals that controls their responses to changes related to an impending earthquake? As mentioned earlier, the behavior of an animal might be subject to changes in the magnetic field preceding a major earthquake and such changes may be sensed by energy transfer at the electron level which, in turn, cause changes in the cellular behavior, or response. The living cell is essentially an electrical device and a micromolecular structure, and the sensory organs are all interconnected. Electromechanic changes occurring prior to the occurrence of a large earthquake may be sensed by certain animals and filtered, then instinctively interpreted. Thus animals may have the means and sensitivity to sort out and discriminate the threatening precursory signals of an impending earthquake, thus activating a behavior pattern for survival.

These precursory electromagnetic or electromechanic changes which precede an earthquake, although mixed with background noise, must be filtered by animals and coordinated through their sensory response to the total environment. Thus, behavior is determined by the sensitivity of the different component parts of the living system to the surrounding medium. Experiments with new instruments and electronic solid state sensors are being used now to determine animal response to impending catastrophic occurrences.

The benefit from such research would be in duplicating the sensory responses of animals to construct equally responsive instruments that can record or monitor these precursory changes. Thus, observing and studying animal behavior could lead to better earthquake prediction instrumentation.
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Fri 22 Jan 2010, 22:14

Nope. Animals all gone. Voodoo. Or haven't you heard?
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Sat 23 Jan 2010, 00:02

I believe raped, then used in a blender as a frothy warm beverage. A Haitian Frappe...new at Starbucks.
How much land in Haiti can a I acquire in trade for a crate of dead sewer rats?
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Wed 27 Jan 2010, 00:23

I was reading somewhere that posses of Scientologists have been flying in to Haiti to "help out"

Then i heard today that Big John T himself was flying in with his big jets and a planeload of "Royales with cheese" and oh i also remembered he be a scryingologist

Here he is lizard-kissin .. looks like ole kirk to me but cant be sure , tongues entwined



But wait for it.. their doing a special Haiti hitsingle for raising funds off course and not to mention a litle extra celeb exposure and re-exposures and all that roll-on album sales
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Mon 01 Feb 2010, 20:37

The creatures are preying on the unfortunate again

Haiti arrests US nationals over child 'abductions'
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Mon 01 Feb 2010, 23:25

Yeah...I saw that story earlier today about a bunch of Baptists trying to sneak out 33 children out of Haiti.

They fetch big wampum on open market...no?

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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Tue 02 Feb 2010, 00:57

Sounds to me like these guys will have to submit to the only form of Haitian justice available during this highly chaotic period...

...the machete.

Job #1...criminal background check on all participants for any priors related to children and abuse.
If found....kasssssssshhhhhhhhhiiiiiiiiiiink!....off with the head.
And it will only help them meet their Jesus that much faster.
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