Weather weapons are real.
In PROJECT CIRRUS, the federal government diverted the track of a hurricane, so it struck the United States, as they made it change color.
They did the same with Hurricane Camille.
Hurricane Camille’s intensity at landfall was 900 millibars of pressure, or 26.5 inches of mercury, which made it the second strongest hurricane to make landfall in the continental United States.
The strongest was the Great Labor Day Hurricane of 1935, or Hurricane Three, which had 892 millibars of pressure, or 26.3 inches of mercury, at landfall.
Look at the arctic oscillations on the chart below.
The biggest arctic oscillation goes with the Norwegian Spiral Anomaly, where we caught them red-handed, using an ionospheric heater to create super-storms.
The second biggest arctic oscillation goes with Hurricane Camille, which was also weaponized weather.
And the third biggest arctic oscillation goes with the Great Labor Day Hurricane of 1935, or Hurricane Three.
Look at its track.
Even without a knowledge of weaponized weather, people in the Great Depression believed that the government deliberately sent politically active veterans into the storm’s path.
The Florida Emergency Relief Administration reported that the storm killed 423 people of whom more than half were veterans housed, paid, and sent to make-shift shelters by the federal government.
An editorial in the Washington Post, titled “Ruin in the Veterans’ Camps,” stated the widely held opinion that the camps had been used to divert veterans who were politically active.
The camps were havens of rest designed to keep Bonus Marchers away from Washington…. Most of these veterans are drifters, psychopathic cases or habitual troublemakers.
The American Legion compiled a report, which showed there was a cover-up.
And Ernest Hemingway wrote an article, asking, “Who Killed The Vets?”
There he wrote,
But veterans, especially the bonus-marching variety of veterans, are not property. They are only human beings; unsuccessful human beings, and all they have to lose is their lives. They are doing coolie labor for a top wage of $45 a month and they have been put down on the Florida Keys where they can’t make trouble. It is hurricane months, sure, but if anything comes up, you can always evacuate them, can’t you? … It is not necessary to go into the deaths of the civilians and their families since they were on the Keys of their own free will; they made their living there, had property and knew the hazards involved. But the veterans had been sent there; they had no opportunity to leave, nor any protection against hurricanes; and they never had a chance for their lives. Who sent nearly a thousand war veterans, many of them husky, hard-working and simply out of luck, but many of them close to the border of pathological cases, to live in frame shacks on the Florida Keys in hurricane months?
The government has a long history of using weaponized weather.
The government has a long history of conducting illegal experiments on soldiers.
And the government targets not only anti-war activists but also veterans.
The Great Labor Day Hurricane of 1935, also known as Hurricane Three, is only one example.
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