Pick a Controversial Issue, Research it, Be Skeptical, and Careful, You May Turn On a Light that Doesn't Turn Off

The ‘Honolulu Advertiser’ front page headline on November 30, 1941

It's little wonder that so many conspiracy theories find fertile minds to germinate in considering that a recent poll by the Pew Research Center found 80% of Americans don't trust the government [IMO they'd get the same type of numbers in almost any country]. The situation didn't start with the recent acceleration of tyranny. For instance almost everybody my age - 65 - remembers the Gulf of Tonkin false flag operation that dragged my generation into the disastrous and genocidal War in Vietnam.

It's not an Amerikan story, it's his-story from Nero to now. Time after time the world keeps falling for the same lies. In what is most commonly called a false flag operation, a government agency stages a terror attack and blames some innocent, though adversarial, group for the carnage. Almost immediately the sheepish citizens cringe in fear and, after a few quick doses of propaganda, march behind their precious leaders into war. As at least two millennia have proven, false flag operations have provided the perfect recipe for war.

None of these great deceptions surpassed Pearl Harbor, it changed the world forever, it was the seminal event in both my parents lives and mine too in a couple of ways. First, they met in Philippines during the war so...Second, a seemingly simple assignment in history class during my senior year of High School in '66 turned on a light for me. i'll warn you, be careful about that light, once it's turned on, it never turns off.
The assignment was to write a paper on some aspect of on WWII. There was lottsa of information on WWII everywhere including the local library. i chose the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, it should have been an easy ride to a good mark [my goal in school back then]. For some reason this time instead of just reading a few essays, then 'paraphrasing' them i actually read some stuff that drove me read more.

The day after my initial research at the local Adams Mass. library i drove my old beater Plymouth up to Williamstown and sat down in the Williams College library with a stack of books in front of me. About 8 hours later, tired and bleary eyed, i walked out a different person. Turned out Pearl Harbor was a setup, the US needed an excuse to get into the war, the US leadership sacrificed thousands of innocent lives to achieve their political goals. The paper got written, the teacher hated it, my family hated it, everyone hated it, i got a D - but the jig was up for me from then on - i never again just routinely bought anything the authorities were selling.

Now nearly 5 decades later and well into the Google era it's far easier for folks to look into what is really happening in the world around us. Of course it's absolutely impossible to look into anywhere near everything going on around us. So i suggest you pick a controversial topic that interests you, it doesn't seem to matter which one. You'll probably find...well who knows what you'll find.. but it could be a light.

All this is a preamble to anther light that has been slowly coming on for me in this last year or two since i met a couple of very bright folks living up here near my new hideout. Like me they distrust the mainstream media's constant genuflecting to corporate authority. One of their pet peeves that weaves well into both the extreme weather events issue The Mud Report has been trained on recently and the widespread distrust of government being fertile ground for all sorts of conspiracy theories is 'chemtrails'. At first i rolled my eyes while quietly saying to myseld that i'd easily find the real 'truth' and convince them of it. Well, as yesterday's report shows, it didn't turn out that way.

In fact while researching the Solar Radiation Management [SRM], Stratospheric Aerosols, Geo-Engineering and Climate Engineering issues i ran headlong into another conundrum that i thought i understood but didn't - HAARP which is located in Alaska and is the largest ionospheric heater in the world. Much is known about HAARP, much is unknown at least publicly and it's the focus of many theories in part because the government is so secretive about it. Canada's nightly news show The National on CBC ran a two part story on HAARP back in 2007 that was then and still is eye-opening. i know CBC's The National very well, i watch it almost every night, and they aren't tinfoil hat types. Check it out here - Part 1 and Part 2, but again be careful of the light.

HAARP is capable of heating a 1000 square kilometer area of the ionosphere to over 50,000 degrees. It’s also a phased array. Which means it’s steer-able and those waves can be directed to a selected target area. What the scientists and engineers have found is that by sending radio frequency energy up and focusing it, as they do with these kinds of instruments, it causes a heating effect. And that heating literally lifts the ionosphere within a 30 mile diameter area therein changing localized pressure systems or perhaps the route of jet streams. Moving a jet stream is a phenomenal event in terms of man being able to do this. One problem is we can't model the system adequately. Another is the long term consequences of atmospheric heating are unknown. Changing weather in one place can have a devastating downstream effect.  And H.A.A.R.P. has already been accused of modifying the weather.