Man-Made Typhoons & Yamashita’s Gold
2013 11 22

From: ExoHuman



THERE IS MUCH speculation that the recent, unnaturally speedy typhoon in the Philippines was man-made. Shocked? You shouldn’t be. Weather-modification technology is by now well established, with many countries routinely employing it to bring rain, divert storms, and for other more nefarious purposes. You didn’t hear about the hurricane on 9/11?

So, hypothetically, let’s imagine that Typhoon Haiyen was induced or enhanced. So who and why? The most likely suspect, by a mile, has to be the USA (or, more accurately, elements within the US Secret Government). Okay, so why? To remove thousands of ‘useless eaters’, to help support the crumbling Global Warming scam, as a general distraction from Middle East war preparations, US martial law, the impending economic collapse… or something a little more left field?

THIS IS WHERE the recently rearranged face of US Secretary of State, the lovable John Kerry enters the frame, with a kind offer to help the poor people of the Philippines rebuild their shattered infrastructure. This will mean shipping in lots of heavy lifting and digging equipment and, as most of the affected areas have been completely flattened by the unnaturally high winds, any US ‘relief effort’ will be free to proceed—out of site of the displaced locals. So what’s in it for Uncle Sam..?



Introducing Yamashita’s Gold

AFTER WORLD WAR II a vast gold hoard of Japanese gold (most of which was stolen from other Asian countries) was found hidden in over 175 different sites in the Philippine Islands by a member of General Charles Willoughby‘s staff. Willoughby was General MacArthur’s Chief of Intelligence.

According to financial expert Bix Weir, the treasure apparently involved more than 300,000 tons of gold and other treasures. He didn’t state what part of the find was gold, but he did note that the total of all mined gold in the world was believed to be 140,000 tons. Thus, the Japanese gold find in the Philippines must have been at best only some part of the 140,000 tons.

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Read the full article at: exohuman.com




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