Was the Turkish earthquake man-made? Well, the technology exists . . .James DelingpoleTue 11:03 am Europe/London, 21 Feb 2023
THE death toll from the earthquakes which ravaged Turkey and Syria on February 6 is approaching 44,000. Were all these people the victims of what the Guardian insists was an ‘Act of God’? Or were they murdered by the Powers That Be as a kind of horse’s-head-in-the-bed warning about what happens to any leader – in this case Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan – who refuses to toe the globalist line?
Among those who believe the latter is Romanian Senator Diana Iovanovici Șoșoacă. In a statement to the upper house of Romania’s parliament she declared:
‘For three years we have been experiencing a real campaign of mass killing worldwide, either through alleged pandemics and the imminent need to inject untested vaccines that kill people, or through wars that reduce the world’s population, but rearranges international politics, realigns power poles and alters borders. We have lived to witness the production of earthquakes on command, which is actually an attack on Turkey by the greatest of the world who totally disliked being set up by Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, the President of Turkey.
‘Moreover, his position of neutrality and mediator in the Ukrainian-Russian war deeply disturbed them, especially since Turkey is the second great power from a military point of view within Nato. His position to block Sweden’s accession to Nato, his speech in Davos, as well as the gesture of leaving in the middle of the press conference, defying Schwab, did not remain without an echo in the cold world of leaders the world. But no one thought that people would have to die, so many people, and in such a terrible way. And it’s just a warning, because it wasn’t the most populated area of Turkey.
‘A hundred and fifty aftershocks of a devastating earthquake, the second larger than the first, without the existence of an epicentre, the area being artificially stimulated, geological weapons having existed for a very long time, being used so far without causing too many casualties, probably for experiments. Now, it has been put into practice. If we look carefully at the map of Turkey, we will see that it is furrowed by gas and oil pipelines, this being actually one of the goals: their destruction. But, ten seconds before the occurrence of the so-called earthquake, the Turks closed these pipelines. In addition, 24 hours before the earthquake, ten countries withdrew their ambassadors from Turkey. Five days before its occurrence, the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a travel warning for Romanian citizens in Turkey, although there was no danger, as did other countries. By killing people, they served their interests. The maps shown on all the television channels show that there was no epicentre, but a line with thousands of earthquakes. The Turkish secret services are investigating a possible ‘criminal intervention’, (read an involvement of another state in triggering the first earthquake), what followed later being a chain reaction after the destabilisation of the tectonic plates in the region.’
This is a story you are unlikely to read anywhere in the mainstream media. For the usual reasons. Șoșoacă (also one of Romania’s most prominent Covid sceptics) has been designated ‘far-right’ and thus been denied any place in the public square. Of course, it’s obviously a crazy conspiracy theory because everyone knows that earthquakes are natural events, especially in countries with major fault lines, and that the Powers That Be could never do such a thing . . . right?
Actually, they could. The technology to cause earthquakes dates at least as far back as the late 19th century, when experiments conducted by Nikola Tesla at his New York laboratory threatened to bring down a building. Police and ambulances were told it was an earthquake. But it wasn’t: it was man-made.
Here is Tesla’s account of the incident in 1898:
‘I was experimenting with vibrations. I had one of my machines going and I wanted to see if I could get it in tune with the vibration of the building. I put it up notch after notch. There was a peculiar cracking sound. I asked my assistants where did the sound come from. They did not know. I put the machine up a few more notches. There was a louder cracking sound. I knew I was approaching the vibration of the steel building. I pushed the machine a little higher. Suddenly all the heavy machinery in the place was flying around. I grabbed a hammer and broke the machine. The building would have been about our ears in another few minutes. Outside in the street there was pandemonium. The police and ambulances arrived. I told my assistants to say nothing. We told the police it must have been an earthquake. That’s all they ever knew about it.’
Tesla was subsequently asked by a reporter what he would need to destroy the Empire State Building. He replied: ‘Vibration will do anything. It would only be necessary to step up the vibrations of the machine to fit the natural vibration of the building and the building would come crashing down. That’s why soldiers break step crossing a bridge.’
After his death in 1943, all Tesla’s blueprints and files were seized. Rumour has it that they were confiscated by the FBI, though the then director J Edgar Hoover pinned the blame on the US Office of Alien Property. The documents have not been seen since. We can fairly safely assume that they remain in the hands of the Deep State, which no doubt has been developing the technologies ever since. Bill Cooper – the conspiracy theorist’s conspiracy theorist – often said that the technologies available to secretive institutions such as the CIA and the military are about 50 years ahead of anything acknowledged in public.
If the Turkish earthquakes were man-made, the most likely culprit would seem to be an institution such as the HAARP facility in Alaska. HAARP – it stands for High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program – is not a conspiracy theory. It is purportedly run by the University of Alaska Fairbanks (having previously been run by the US Air Force) and claims to be ‘a scientific endeavour aimed at studying the properties and behaviour of the ionosphere’. That’s the cover story, at any rate. But a short video by geoengineeringwatch.org – Are Microwave Transmission Facilities Being Used To Trigger Earthquakes? – has suggested it may have more nefarious purposes.
‘Question: Can tectonic movement be intentionally triggered? Extremely anomalous atmospheric heating directly above the epicentres of catastrophic earthquakes has long since been observed by globally recognised institutions like the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Japanese M9 earthquake is just one example. MIT recorded extremely anomalous atmospheric heating directly above the Japanese earthquake epicentre for three full days immediately preceding the triggering of the earthquake.
‘Are extremely powerful microwave transmissions actively and aggressively being used as weapons of mass destruction? If all available data-based evidence is examined the conclusions are chilling. Understanding the full potential of the power that can be projected from ionosphere heater installations like HAARP in Alaska is difficult and complex. Science studies have acknowledged a connection between frequencies and seismic events. Immensely powerful microwave transmissions can be bounced off the now-ionised atmosphere, facilitated by the atmospheric aerosol saturation of electrically conductive particles from the ongoing climate intervention operations.
‘By directing concentrated microwave transmissions back into earth’s strata in a seismically sensitive location, the triggering of seismic activity becomes scientifically possible – not just from the interior heating of the strata but also from the frequency vibrations that are created. Microwave transmissions when used as a seismic weapon or a weather weapon leave signatures on cloud formations that are easily distinguished. Concentrated microwave transmissions may provide a conductive corridor that would, in essence, siphon off immense amounts of power from earth’s electrically charged ionosphere and/or earth’s electrojet currents, thus greatly amplifying the destructive power and potential of microwave weapons.’
It is, of course, beyond the scope of this article to demonstrate beyond reasonable doubt that the Turkish/Syrian earthquakes were man-made. What cannot be denied, though, is that the Powers That Be have both the means and the motive to have caused them.