Probably the Tap will be intermittent for two days, depending on opportunities to connect during travel. The Philippines has been great, as always. Obama came through this last week. It’s been amusing telling people that Michelle is a man, as we posted recently, and seeing their reactions.
The deal struck with Noynoy is obviously bringing back the US military step by step. The primary ‘narrative’ or reason being given is the need to assist with disasters like Yolanda. That was a tsunami slotted neatly inside a typhoon, to disguise what it actually was. Some local news channels carried the story that the wave had all the charcteristics of a tsunami. I was interested to hear people here talking about it as a tsumani quite openly. Tsunamis are easy to set up, and the follow-in of troops, ‘medical’ teams, and administrators that don’t allow people back to their former homes, grabbing their land for Agenda 21 programmes. The return of US forces was politically unacceptable here until Yolanda. The Filipino media went for it advocating the need for assistance from the US immediately the disaster struck. All just chance events of course. That narrative and campaign is still the primary one that’s being used to justify the return of military forces from the US, all carefully circumscribed to sound less menacing in the publicity that’s been put out since Obama’s visit.
The chances are that Yolanda will not be the last tsunami to strike Filipino shores.
The Earthquake Prediction Centre in Miami has two earthquakes predicted to strike offshore near Davao and General Santos City in Mindanao within the next two years. As earthquakes can be triggered by resonance provided by HAARP and other technologies, predicting earthquakes accurately as to where and when they will happen isn’t too difficult. No doubt a tsunami will be fired at the same moment as the earthquake is triggered, and Davao and Gensan will suffer a similar fate to that of Tacloban and other Visayan locations affected by Yolanda.
As at Tacloban, a foreign military occupation will follow them in, along with Israeli medical teams vaccinating everything that moves, increasing sterility, infertility, rates of cancer and dumbing down the populations being removed from their homes and not allowed back.
Warfare never sounded more reasonable and helpful to the population being attacked, than in the newspaper announcements of the Filipino government since Obama’s visit. This is covert warfare. There are no bullets and bombs, but the effects are much the same. The enemy is posturing as your ally and friend while he depopulates and reduces your country to a totally controlled environment. Most Filipinos are made to feel happy that big brother is moving back in, by hyping up fears of China. When will people realise that it’s big brother that’s the real enemy? The powerful cabal that controls the world, has an agenda that is not friendly to the people of the Philippines.