Sunday, August 9, 2009

Nature, the New Terrorist


The following article is so over the top down the rabbit hole conspiracy laden item I've come across in some time.

Climate Change Called Possible Security Threat, by John Broder of the New York Times, discusses the U.S. government's taking on global warming as a threat. Since the coming natural disasters will cause all kinds of disruptions, the government is getting ready:
raising the prospect of military intervention to deal with the effects of violent storms, drought, mass migration and pandemics, military and intelligence analysts say

I picked up on the word "pandemic," and see a connection between current swine flu signals and future pandemics. Swine flu is the practice drill.

Fear seems to be the trigger used here; we don't have terrorists (so much) to fear, I suspect authorities are aware of the limited time line of the effectiveness of the swine flu scare tactic, and there have been the random killings to keep us all jumpy. But what could be bigger, better and even supernatural in some ways, than weather and earth changes?

Nature can "topple governments, feed terrorist movements or destabilize entire regions." In other words, we don't know what can happen, except that anything can, and only the government can protect us, even while implementing Draconian laws and staging drills, attacks, and scenarios under various guises: to educate, to prepare, etc.

The following gave me a jolt:
An exercise last December at the National Defense University, an educational institute that is overseen by the military, explored the potential impact of a destructive flood in Bangladesh that sent hundreds of thousands of refugees streaming into neighboring India, touching off religious conflict, the spread of contagious diseases and vast damage to infrastructure.


There is a lot not being said directly in this piece but is full of easy to make connections. Congress has been involved in creating "climate legislation" bills, etc:
The department’s climate modeling is based on sophisticated Navy and Air Force weather programs and other government climate research programs at NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.


Military installations across the globe are threated by climate changes. For example "artic melting" is affecting not only the military but corporate globalism.

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