Earthquakes and rabbit-holio
On the serious side, the death toll on the Turkiye and Syrian earthquakes today has reached 28,000. This will only rise from now on, as people under the rubble now are mainly dead. This is now the time that nobody can be alive under the rubble and the death toll will simply rise. To give a comparison, the Fukushima earthquake and tsunami that is now called the Great Tohoku earthquake had a death toll of 20,000 and destroyed more than 100,000 buildings and triggered a nuclear disaster. As a further comparison, the 9/11 collapse of the towers had 3,000 fatalities.
Now is the time that every one that is anyone tries to explain this inexplicable disaster, and to be true, I also question the timing. If one has ever read anything on weather warfare or on HAARP, you cannot help but question. I am pragmatic, having seen and followed hurricanes hit the west coast of Mexico, jump right across the Sierra Madre Occidental and land in the Gulf of Mexico to move on to hit US coasts. This had me scratch my head because I had never seen this. A hurricane gets its power from warm water, not from mountain ranges.
So, as it was with the Fukushima quake, pundits are talking about major nuclear ‘help’ for the quakes. And other pundits are waxing lyrical about how much they know about the ionosphere and the reason for quakes, nevermind they’ve only talked about geopolitics up to now.
Here is one person that believes he knows it all. It is not my daily bread, but for you all that like to speculate, it is for you.
We’ve seen these pundits come and go. Color me totally skeptical, not because I think everything is explainable, I simply don’t think these ones explain it. (Anyone that remembers a character by the name of Benjamin Fulford? If you do, you will understand what I am saying here).
Is the earthquake activity in that location unique? Plates move and big plates move violently. The energy poised in tectonic plate positioning is enormous and doesn’t need nukes to help it. The loss of life is a product of shoddy construction and massive use of high rise buidings for housing.… Read more »
You make a good point, Larchmonter445. However, I just studied matalicman’s argument and the fotos are pretty convincing – circular debris fields with nukes but not with natural quakes … Why would the empire do this to Turkey? – Because they can? To punish the disobient child and get them… Read more »
Single source for the photos. Let’s see if other satellites publish similar. These could be photoshopped. Two different sources would be proof of something, nukes or not.
Again a good point. Perhaps I’m too gullible at times and have to remember to think qui bono? Amarynth also makes the same point as you – in this age of lies and false “truths” verify, verify, verify!
NOTE! Strictly my unfounded imagination ONLY 🙂 cui bono filter ON! Da perpetrators: desperateness of losing ‘reality of who they are’ from within (the identity question which freak lots of ppl out, every time!!!) + look here dont look (domestic) there – anyhow seems they got lucky ‘threading’ the needle… Read more »
A reminder of the 1977 UN treaty on weather warfare. As with others on biowarfare, nuclear proliferation, diplomacy and basic manners, it appears to have been ditched in the trash bin of History.. there is no need to use nukes with Türkiye. It is in heavily quake-prone zone with its reckless… Read more »
Cement is essential to modern construction work. Over the last decade, Turkey has been consistently in top 5 wrt cement production. Construction is one of its major industries, both internal and external to Turkey, where it exports expertise and materials. Russia even censured then readmitted its construction corporations as its… Read more »
Regarding the balloon incidences, which appear linked to this earthquake .. a tempo is really being established with a fourth incidence. It is not mere distraction from Turkiye or the ending of the Ukie debacle or preparations for China. It is actually an opening gun of all the above as… Read more »