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Nov 14, 2012

Wednesday, November 14, 2012 by: Carolanne Wright

HAARP(NaturalNews) With the aftermath of hurricane Sandy still fresh in the minds of Americans, many are questioning the possible link between destructive weather patterns and the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) in Alaska. Several researchers who study the science behind HAARP have come forward with concerns about the disruptions this technology causes in the ionosphere and the impact it has on earthquakes, hurricanes, tsunamis and other natural disasters. Some also consider HAARP to be a new breed of weapon.


HAARP is located in Gakuna, Alaska. It is a collection of antennas placed on a computer controlled grid referred to as a “phased array.” The Navy and Air Force manage the program. According to the official government website:

“HAARP is a scientific endeavor aimed at studying the properties and behavior of the ionosphere, with particular emphasis on being able to understand and use it to enhance communications and surveillance systems for both civilian and defense purposes.”

The antennas send out powerful radio waves that are focused onto the ionosphere (the delicate upper layer of the atmosphere), heating up those areas. “Electromagnetic waves then bounce back onto the earth and penetrate everything — living and dead,” explains Dr. Nicholas Begich, an expert on HAARP. Not only does this technology have applications for communication systems and defense, but some believe it also has the capability to alter jet stream routes along with weather patterns. Many fear it could be used as a weapon of mass destruction as well.

PHOTO: Occupy Sandy Feeds FEMA Workers

By JG Vibes
November 14, 2012

The Occupy Boston Facebook page has verified a picture that has been going around on the internet, where members of Occupy Sandy can be seen feeding FEMA workers out of the back of a truck.

According to reports this picture was actually taken somewhere in New York.

FEMA shut down last week “due to bad weather”, during which time Occupy Sandy and other independent voluntary organizations continued to provide aid to hurricane victims.

Although mainstream media sources have been reporting that FEMA has done a great job, people who are actually forced to interact with FEMA have an entirely different story.

Some people who have no choice but to live in the “tent cities” set up by FEMA say that they are treated like criminals and actually feel like they are “in a concentration camp”.

Many on the east coast are still without power, lighting or housing and it seems that in many ways the natural good will of peaceful human beings is outshining the inefficient programs that are put forward by corrupt governments.

Jacksonville man arrested after trip to help Sandy victims

(FCN) A Jacksonville man who went to help with security in New York in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy ended up in court Sunday after spending a night behind bars.

His wife says he should have never been arrested.

“I’m angry. I am so angry that they can treat someone like this,” said Leah Doyal.

Her husband, Robert Doyal, drove to New York the day after Sandy hit with an emergency response team to help provide security in areas that lost power.

Robert was flying back home Saturday night from LaGuardia Airport due to a family emergency, and that’s when his wife says the nightmare began.

“His grandma called me about seven to inform me he was detained and arrested at LaGuardia for having a baton…I freaked out. I was in shock. I didn’t know what to do,” Leah said.

He was booked on a misdemeanor weapons charge.

While nightsticks and billy clubs are allowed in checked luggage, the Transportation Security Administation bans them from being in carried-on baggage.

The agency according to Leah called Port Authority Police who made the arrest in New York, a state with strict weapons laws.

“I don’t understand how after he showed them his credentials, I was told security officers and police officers were allowed to have batons, but he had every credential he needed and they still took him to jail,” she explained.


Gas Rationing Ends in New Jersey
November 13, 2012

NEW JERSEY — The odd-even gas rationing program implemented on November 3rd in wake of the super storm Sandy has now came to an end.

Governor Chris Christie has announced that there is now a plentiful supply of fuel in the region.

However, residents of Long Island and NYC are not as lucky as rationing is still in effect.

Was Tectonic Weaponry Deployed During the Super Storm to Trigger a Future Event?

The world is an interesting place in 2012. With all of the technological advantages we posses as humans, you would think that we could accurately predict the weather far in advance.

By Shepard Ambellas
November 13, 2012

World weather patterns over the years have become increasingly unpredictable, revealing signs of human weather management and manipulation sponsored by military and globalist backed operations.

Former meteorologist Scott Stevens spoke about the fact that modern meteorologists should be able to accurately predict the weather far in advance, as shown in the documentary film Why in the World Are They Spraying.

It is not a conspiracy that weather manipulation exists, it is openly admitted. We now have men on earth playing gods so to speak.

Wikipedia defines weather modification as:

“The act of intentionally manipulating or altering the weather.

The most common form of weather modification is cloud seeding to increase rain or snow, usually for the purpose of increasing the local water supply.[1]

Weather modification can also have the goal of preventing damaging weather, such as hail or hurricanes, from occurring; or of provoking damaging weather against an enemy or rival, as a tactic of military or economic warfare. Weather modification in warfare has been banned by the United Nations.”, throwing in that it is banned by the UN.”

In fact weather a private company states on their website:

“The proven success of Weather Modification, Inc., in atmospheric and weather operations is evident by our lengthy and impressive client listing speaks for itself.

Our reputation for successful cloud seeding and meteorological services leads our veteran pilots, experienced meteorologists and radar engineers around the world.

Our valued clients include private and public insurance companies, water resource management organizations, as well as federal and state government research organizations.”

Nowadays there are many ways humans can play god with weather modification being only one of those ways.

Tectonic weaponry is another, the deliberate manipulation of fault lines to create an intended outcome.

Nicola Tesla even experimented and has patented mechanical resonance technology (earthquake machine).

Wikipedia reads;

Mechanical resonance is the tendency of a mechanical system to respond at greater amplitude when the frequency of its oscillations matches the system’s natural frequency of vibration (itsresonance frequency or resonant frequency) than it does at other frequencies.

It may cause violent swaying motions and even catastrophic failure in improperly constructed structures including bridges, buildings and airplanes—a phenomenon known as resonance disaster.

Avoiding resonance disasters is a major concern in every building, tower and bridge construction project.

The Taipei 101 building relies on a 660-ton pendulum — a tuned mass damper — to modify the response at resonance. Furthermore, the structure is designed to resonate at a frequency which does not typically occur.

Buildings in seismic zones are often constructed to take into account the oscillating frequencies of expected ground motion.

In addition, engineers designing objects having engines must ensure that the mechanical resonant frequencies of the component parts do not match driving vibrational frequencies of the motors or other strongly oscillating parts.

Many resonant objects have more than one resonance frequency. It will vibrate easily at those frequencies, and less so at other frequencies. Many clocks keep time by mechanical resonance in a balance wheel, pendulum, or quartz crystal….

…. Nikola Tesla established a laboratory at 46 E Houston Street in New York. There, at one point while experimenting with mechanical oscillators, he allegedly generated a resonance of several buildings causing complaints to the police.

As the speed grew it is said that the machine oscillated at the resonance frequency of his own building and, belatedly realizing the danger, he was forced to use a sledge hammer to terminate the experiment, just as the police arrived.[5]

Even more startling is the possibility that seismic (tectonic) weaponry has been deployed within the CONUS (Continental United States) recently during the super storm Sandy as seismic waves were detected.

Could this in fact correlate with all of the recent booms and explosion heard throughout parts of the New Madrid and other areas before and after the storm?

An interesting observation to note is the fact that the storm also hit the New York and New Jersey areas the hardest however the seismic chart shows the most activity in the New Madrid region.

Mother Nature Network reported;

Hurricane Sandy pummeled the United States from Florida to Wisconsin, and its fierce winds caused a vast swath of ground to shake, a new earthquake-monitoring animation shows.

The visualization shows seismic stations lit up as the storm approached Florida on Oct. 26.
The earthquake monitors detected rolling seismic waves caused by Sandy’s fierce winds out at sea.

However seismic activity has been active lately planet wide. There have been 14 earthquakes ranging from 6.0-7.8 on the richter scale in the last 30 days.

The largest was a 7.8 was in the Queen Charlotte Island Region on October 28, 2012.

Are the globalists ramping up an artificial doomsday prophecy or is Mother Earth’s seismic activity increasing due to a natural cycle?

New Mysterious “Booms” Reported in New Jersey

Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post

Alongside the mysterious “booms” which were recently heard and felt all across the Pee Dee region of South Carolina, it appears that there were also reports of these same types of incidents occurring much farther north, this time in Manchester Township, New Jersey.

According to an NBC 10 report, broadcast on October 5, 2012, residents who experienced the event said that both the noise and the impact felt exactly like an explosion, with many stating that the impact actually shook the windows of their home.

NBC 10 conducted interviews with several of the Manchester Township citizens who all agreed that the sound and impact was akin to an explosion, with some interviewees stating that the “booms” were strong enough to frighten them awake.

One resident stated that, although he can routinely sleep through thunder, he actually believed that his car had hit something. Another woman who was interviewed said the booms were so loud she thought the house next door had blown up.

However, this is not the first experience Manchester Township citizens have had with the mysterious “booms.” In fact, over the last few months, residents have experienced these booms several times.

Police seem to be as baffled as the residents, stating that there is an ongoing investigation, but that there is no explanation they can put forward at this time.

Although, as NBC 10 noted, the Lakehurst military base is located near Manchester Township, the news crew contacted the base and were told that there were no explosions on the base on the date that the residents experienced the booms.

The Manchester Township incident, in addition to the incident which occurred in the Pee Dee region of South Carolina, bears a striking similarity to yet more mysterious “booms” which occurred all over the state of Michigan in June of this year.

Whatever it is, the only thing that is clear is that no one who has experienced the booms can explain what they are. Perhaps what should be even more concerning, however, is that no answers are coming from anyone who may be in a position to know what these booms might be.

If someone does know, they certainly aren’t telling anyone else.

Long Beach: Martial Law Persists, Curfew Has Been Implemented

Power has still not been restored to a good chunk of Long Beach, New York as martial law ensues.

By Shepard Ambellas
November 12, 2012

LONG BEACH, NEW YORK (OCEANSIDE) — Fourteen days after the storm, martial law persists as military and law enforcement officials have a chokehold on the Long Beach sector.

Curfews are in full effect starting at 7 pm EST in the vicinity.

Fuel supply chain disruptions continue as the mainline press carefully tucks away details of the actual crisis at hand.

According to some reports “everybody is starving” in the area.

The only working gas station in the area was stricken by fire.

All basic services have ceased to operate including city waste management services, causing an abundance of human waste and trash to pile up in the streets and residents yards.

The military has been called on to take over a local utility as conditions worsen.

Mayor Bloomberg has received heavy criticism from the general public during the crisis as the cities basic services have neglected them.

Thousands upon thousands of people need help with conditions near third world. Rapes have been reported in the vicinity as crime becomes even more hardcore.

The city of Long Beach posted on their official website,

“13 days after Hurricane Sandy, the City’s recovery process continues to accelerate. You CAN flush your toilets and the City again has safe drinking water. LIPA estimates that power has been restored in approximately 97% of Long Beach homes that are safe to energize.”

This is misleading to the public as most of the houses are not safe to energize.

The following video footage was taken on October 31, 2012;

The following video provides updates as of November 14, 2012;

N.J. island residents upset with delays after Sandy

The governor used emergency powers to shut down access to the island to all but recovery and emergency crews.

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12:14AM EST November 12. 2012 – SEASIDE PARK, N.J. — Almost two weeks after the worst storm to hit the New Jersey shore, cleanup is well underway in mainland communities and Gov. Chris Christie says rebuilding starts now. But residents of the tony Seaside Heights barrier island, where damage was devastating, have yet to begin airing out houses and putting out sodden furnishings.

Christie’s decision to shut down island access to all but recovery and emergency crews has angered many who say the policy is heavy-handed and endangers their property and livelihood.

Seaside Park Mayor Robert Matthies put it plainly: “If we’re ready, why can’t we come back?”

Further up the island in the borough of Seaside Heights, the damage was much greater, but the state’s response was a one-size-fits-all approach to lock down the entire island, Matthies said.

Joanne Delancey-Stack, finance director for the Ocean County Board of Realtors, lives in Seaside Heights year-round and owns a 16-unit apartment building there. She stayed on the island until last Wednesday when she left to go to work and pay employees. Now she cannot return.

The borough survived the worst natural disaster in 100 years but the governor’s policies are “creating a man-made disaster,” she said.

Christie dismissed such talk. “I’m not going to let people back on this island until it’s safe,” he said.

“We can’t just ignore what the state’s engineers are telling us,” said Debbi Winogracki, spokeswoman for Toms River, which has jurisdiction over parts of the barrier island. Many houses are still too dangerous to enter, and too many roads are impassable or compromised by sink holes, she said.

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FEMA Camp ‘Freedom’ Houses over 800 Citizens in Oceanport as New York Opens Prison for Displaced Individuals

The FEMA Camp (tent city) dubbed “Camp Freedom” is home to over 800 citizens in the Martial Law controlled region of New Jersey that was devastated by the recent super storm.

By Shepard Ambellas
November 10, 2012

OCEANPORT — No media is allowed into “Camp Freedom” as the government is afraid the truth will reach the masses. City and government buses have been converted to transport displaced civilians and emergency workers into the camp as a major snow squall and bad weather continue to plague the region.

Martial law is still in effect.

Military, FEMA and the Red Cross are on scene inside the camp perimeter.

The third world conditions at “Camp Freedom” are despicable to say the least as residents have stated:

“Everybody is angry over here. It’s like being prison,” said Sotelo, who grew up in Wayne. “I’ve been working since I was 10. I’ve been on my own since I was 16. And for things to be so bad that it’s pissing me off, that tells you something.”, according to

More displaced residents are expected to sign-in as weather and fuel conditions worsen. Military and law enforcement are running heavy patrols in the storm battered areas.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was quoted as saying:

“I mean, I can’t build them apartments right now, in the next week, so we’re gonna get them as close to their homes as we can get them. But I can’t wave a magic wand and create housing.”

100′s of thousands of people remain without power as emergency crews work day and night.

CBS reported, “Sandy’s destruction has left thousands of people homeless for the foreseeable future. FEMA estimates 101,000 people in New York and New Jersey qualify for hotel subsidies and 56,000 people qualify for help renting a new home or fixing a damaged one. And the agency’s moving in several hundred mobile homes into the hurricane zone.”

And if this is not enough for you yet or if it is all unbelievable, in New York City they are now using prison facilities as temporary housing facilities for displaced citizens, solving the need for portable FEMA camps.

The New York Post reported;

The state is eyeing the recently shuttered Arthur Kill Correctional Facility on Staten Island as a temporary home for people displaced by the ravages of Sandy and this week’s nasty nor’easter, officials said yesterday.

Closed last December, the medium-security prison could feed and sleep as many as 900 people with nowhere else to go.

“Our facilities staff have to go through it to determine what it would take to get it up and running for such a purpose,” said Peter Cutler, a spokesman for the state Department of Corrections.

Displaced Sandy victims could be housed in dorms at Staten Island’s shuttered Arthur Kill Correctional Facility — razor wire and all.

“Of course, the challenge is the fact that it was closed a year ago and all of the major infrastructure components, such as boilers and wastewater system, were deactivated.”

There are as many as 40,000 New Yorkers who need shelter from the one-two punch of extreme weather events, according to city estimates.

On Staten Island alone, about 5,200 people applied for temporary FEMA housing, but only about two dozen people have been successfully placed, federal sources said.

So it may resemble a scene out of “The Walking Dead,” but officials and displaced people alike say the former prison ought to be considered as a refuge.

New York blasted with toxic influx of sewage and other dangerous industrial chemicals in Sandy’s wake

Saturday, November 10, 2012 by: Jonathan Benson, staff writer
New York(NaturalNews) Embattled with several feet of flood waters in some areas, persistent power outages, and rot and decay throughout tattered streets, many areas of New York and New Jersey that were hit hardest by Hurricane Sandy are also now suffering the consequences of a massive influx of toxic waste, sewage, and chemicals in the storm’s aftermath, according to reports.When the flood waters began to rise, so did all sorts of industrial pollution, sewage discharge, and other toxins that have been accumulating for years in waterways, soils, and old industry sites. Chemicals and pollutants that otherwise would have flowed out into the harbor or ocean ended up backing up into residential neighborhoods, busy streets, subway depots and elsewhere, where they now seriously threaten public health.”Normally, sewer overflows are just discharged into waterways and humans that generate the sewage can avoid the consequences by avoiding the water,” said John Lipscomb of Riverkeeper, a clean water advocacy group, concerning the issue. “But in this case, that waste has come back into our communities.”

One particular neighborhood in Brooklyn, known as Gowanus, was of particular concern following the storm because it reportedly sits aside a 1.8-mile canal that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has designated a “Superfund” cleanup site, which means it has a long history of industrial pollution. Much of that area experienced dramatic flooding, which caused many of those chemicals to spread into streets, warehouses, basements, and even homes throughout the area.

“Little can be done in the hours or days in advance of major storms that were experienced last night,” said Judith Enck, regional administrator for the EPA region that includes New York, to the Huffington Post about the difficulties of preventing this type of public health threat. “Instead, multi-year improvements need to be made. The situation illustrated the need to clean up urban waters and the benefits of a comprehensive Superfund cleanup.”

Disease already spreading in response to Sandy’s devastation

But the first domino may already have fallen, as illness breakouts are already reportedly occurring throughout the region. A highly-contagious stomach virus, for instance, is reportedly spreading throughout some of the schools in the New York area that are now being used as emergency relief centers for those whose homes were destroyed following the storm.

The region is also now hobbling through a new wave of power outages and infrastructure problems following the arrival of what The Weather Channel has dubbed “Winter Storm Athena,” which ABC News is reporting has added an additional 200,000 households to the roughly 550,000-or-so that were already without power as a result of Hurricane Sandy. And just like with Sandy, Athena could very well present its own set of public health problems, should wastewater treatment plants, sewers, and other water discharge routes become impeded.

“We lost power last week, just got it back for a day or two, and now we lost it again,” said John Monticello of Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey, to the Associated Press reporters about the effects of the latest nor’easter to hit following Sandy. “Every day it’s the same now: turn on the gas burner for heat. Instant coffee. Use the iPad to find out what’s going on in the rest of the world.”

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FEMA trailers head to Sandy-ravaged communities

Kellie Lunney
November 8, 2012

Federal Emergency Management Agency trailers are heading to East Coast communities hit hard by megastorm Sandy to provide temporary housing for people the disaster left homeless.

The agency is deploying the mobile homes, which became ubiquitous on the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina in 2005, to give people displaced by the storm another temporary housing option, said FEMA chief Craig Fugate during a conference call with reporters Thursday. The agency also is providing rental assistance to disaster victims, which can be used for apartments, hotels or motels.

More than $300 million is going toward housing aid for Sandy victims, Fugate said, which is the lion’s share of the $320 million in assistance the agency has provided so far. Fugate said he did not know offhand how many people to date have received temporary housing assistance or how many trailers ultimately would be needed. People typically live in the manufactured housing for up to 18 months, though many Katrina victims lived in trailers for years.

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New Jersey kicks out Sandy volunteers because they aren’t unionized

(RT) Utility workers from across the US are descending on the Northeastern states left ravaged by Superstorm Sandy, but some volunteers making the trek are being told they can’t pitch in since they don’t belong to a union.

According to a report published late Thursday by WAFF News out of Seaside Heights, crews coming to assist all the way from Alabama’s Decatur Utilities were turned away because they aren’t unionized, despite making the 800-mile jaunt to lend a hand.

WAFF quotes Decatur worker Derrick Moore, who tells the network that he and his colleagues “are frustrated being told, in essence, ‘thanks, but no thanks.’”

Left with nothing to do in New Jersey, Moore and other members of the Decatur team are reportedly waiting in Roanaoke, Virginia to see if Seaside Heights authorities will change their mind. Meanwhile, though, millions of residents up and down the East Coast remain without power after a powerful tropical storm downed power lines and flooded streets from North Carolina to New England.

According to the latest figures available early Friday, the death toll from the frankenstorm may already be close to hitting 100, and recovery efforts are expected to continue for weeks, if not months. At the same time, though, things may be off to a slower start in New Jersey if non-unionized volunteers are refused any further.

Bill Yell, a spokesman for Alabama’s Huntsville Utilities, tells that nine of his employees are currently helping with recovery from the storm, but not in New Jersey where he claims they were told they weren’t needed. Instead, his crew of unionized workers has been volunteering their services with Long Island Power Authority in New York.

According to ABC News, more than 40,000 workers from utility companies across 49 states have been dispatched to the East Coast to aid in recovery efforts, with the US Air Force now assisting by moving dozens of utility vehicles on-board cargo planes.

On Thursday, forecasting firm Eqecat estimated the damage from the storm to be close to $50 billion.