Eight Reasons the New Zealand Earthquake May Have Been Artificial_Featured_, Conspiracies Friday, February 25th, 2011
The internet is buzzing with articles, youtube videos, emails and podcasts suggesting the devastating 6.3 earthquake which occured on February 22nd in Christchurch, New Zealand may have been artificially induced. Some evidence though circumstantial, may be beyond coincidence.
- FEMA Deputy Administrator for Protection and National Preparedness, Tim Manning, was in Christchurch at the time of the quake
- Admiral Thad Allen in Christchurch, NZ was also present, known for directing the federal response to Katrina as well as National Incident Commander of the Unified Command for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, and a Senior Fellow of the RAND corporation
- Rainbow clouds of chemtrails were seen before the earthquake in Christchurch, NZ just as they had been seen before the earthquake in China and Chile
- 100 pilot whales were found on a remote New Zealand beach, some still alive, possibly due to artificial interference like sonar or other radiation
- Exercise Southern Katipo was a military exercise which was to begin Feb. 21 and soldiers will be interactive with the public, “just as they would in a real situation,” according to Major Craig Wilson.
- Nine U.S. Congressmen left Christchurch, NZ before the quake hit
- Magnetometers from HAARP were suddenly active before the quake.
Could all of this just be coincidence? What could possibly be the end game if this was an attack on this peaceful country? New Zealand recently opened its doors to oil exploration. Some estimate there could be $60 billion worth in reserves there. Since the country will need to rebuild, it is unclear if they will need to sell their rights to oil and oil exploration in an offer they can’t refuse.
Sources: noagendashow.com (show notes), FEMA, truthergirls, brutaltruthmediamaui, chemtrailsnorthnz.wordpress.com (+clouds), longislandpress.com, stuff.co.nz, stuff.co.nz timaru-herald, HAARP, nbr.co.nz
Photo: HAARP Magnetometers