Pearl Harbour was the 911 of WW2 – a false event calculated to bring about the changes desired by those controlling the world. Typhoon Yolanda was created by pumping microwave energy into a weather system, and directing the manufactured typhoon to target, just as the Japanese were manoeuvred to attack in 1941. Yolanda was brought ashore in the exact same location as General Macarthur chose when he famously returned to the Philippines (Pictured before Romulo, later head of the UN, was felled by Yolanda).
It is no irony. The words ‘disaster prevention’ are becoming a much-used phrase, and imply the reimposition of power over the world’s poorer peoples by the ultrarich. Their agenda is never beneficial to the poorer section of the world, but always exploitative, if not downright destructive. This is the New World Order. The Philippines is a key target. Typhoons, tsunamis and earthquakes are their new game, the modern weapons, where fighter planes were once the tools of their trade. Nothing has changed. Power over humanity is their aim. As they always did, they manipulate death and destruction for millions of others, while hiding in the shadows.
By David SwansonNovember 14, 2013 “Information Clearing House – The same week in which a Washington Post columnist claimed that interracial marriage makes people gag, a USA Today columnist has proposed using the U.S. military to aid those suffering in the Philippines — as a backdoor means of getting the U.S. military back into a larger occupation of the Philippines.
“[D]eploying military resources for disaster relief is a remarkably effective — and inexpensive — investment in the future. One of the largest such deployments in history, the deployment of the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln and other assets following the Asian tsunami of 2004, is estimated to have cost $857 million. That’s roughly the price of three days’ operations in Afghanistan last year.”
“By 1961, the cops of the world were in Vietnam, but President Kennedy’s representatives there thought a lot more cops were needed and knew the public and the president would be resistant to sending them. For one thing, you couldn’t keep up your image as the cops of the world if you sent in a big force to prop up an unpopular regime. What to do? What to do? Ralph Stavins, coauthor of an extensive account of Vietnam War planning, recounts that General Maxwell Taylor and Walt W. Rostow, ‘. . . wondered how the United States could go to war while appearing to preserve the peace. While they were pondering this question, Vietnam was suddenly struck by a deluge. It was as if God had wrought a miracle. American soldiers, acting on humanitarian impulses, could be dispatched to save Vietnam not from the Viet Cong, but from the floods.'”
“The goodwill the tsunami relief brought the U.S. is incalculable. Nearly a decade later, the effort may rank as one of the most concrete reasons Southeast Asian nations trust the long-term U.S. commitment to a strategy of ‘Asian rebalancing’ The Obama administration recognizes the value of disaster relief. As the Pentagon attempts to shift more of its weight to the Asian Pacific region while balancing a shrinking budget, this could turn out to be one of the best decisions it could make.”
“During a recent speech in Poland, former U.S. National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski warned fellow elitists that a worldwide ‘resistance’ movement to ‘external control’ driven by ‘populist activism’ is threatening to derail the move towards a new world order. Calling the notion that the 21st century is the American century a ‘shared delusion,’ Brzezinski stated that American domination was no longer possible because of an accelerating social change driven by ‘instant mass communications such as radio, television and the Internet,’ which have been cumulatively stimulating ‘a universal awakening of mass political consciousness.’ The former U.S. National Security Advisor added that this ‘rise in worldwide populist activism is proving inimical to external domination of the kind that prevailed in the age of colonialism and imperialism.'”