Thursday, October 23, 2014

Department of Defense Declares War on the Sun

Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Yemen, Syria, Russia, China; terrorists, communists, Ebola.  Need a war? They have an enemy.

Not yet satiated, The Department of Defense has found a new one; Rachel Martin interviews Admiral David Titley.  Let’s leave the story-telling to them:

RM: The debate over climate change in this country has dramatically shifted over the years. The question is no longer whether climate change exists, but rather what can be done to slow its effects? And the U.S. Department of Defense is asking the same question.

I agree completely – there is no question that the climate is changing, much as has happened in every chapter of history.  Cold spells, warm spells, droughts, floods.  Almost like clockwork, the climate changes.

RM: This past week, the Pentagon released a report saying that rising temperatures pose an immediate threat to national security, and it outlined a plan to the crisis.

I guess the Navy has run out of wars to fight?  How is this a threat that the Navy can handle?

DT: So while I don't think anybody claims that climate change caused the Arab Spring, there's a lot of research that shows that it was probably one of the contributing factors.

Oh.  Blame it on the Arabs.  Those darn sun spots – they drive people crazy, I guess.  Perhaps when the entire world gets as hot as the Arabian Desert, we will all become terrorists?

The Admiral suggests that the battle for climate change will be fought in the Arctic.  Don’t worry, the interviewer is equally confused:

RM: Can you make the connection? Can you make the connection for me? Why would the U.S. military have to open up that front? Why would they be working in the Arctic?

DT: Oil and gas, I think many people know that some of the last greatest reserves of oil and gas are up in the Arctic.

So, the navy must protect access to oil and gas – one of the primary contributors (per the bogus science) of man-made global warming climate change?

RM: But how would the military respond? …What do you propose that the U.S. military be doing to combat climate change? Is there anything from a tactical level that can be done?

DT: Sure. So from a tactical level….

Tactical nukes – enough to lower the temperature a few degrees:

Nuclear winter (also known as atomic winter) is a hypothetical climatic effect of countervalue nuclear war. Models suggest that detonating dozens or more nuclear weapons on cities prone to firestorm, comparable to the Hiroshima city of 1945, could have a profound and severe effect on the climate causing cold weather and reduced sunlight for a period of months or even years by the emission of large amounts of the firestorms' smoke and soot into the Earth's stratosphere.

How about just lobbing twenty or thirty thousand warheads in the direction of the sun?  Knock a few hundred thousand square kilometers of the Sun’s photosphere out of commission, diminishing the area from which energy is released?  Call it “Operation Enduring Winter.”

Just kidding, he didn’t say this. 

Maybe they can attach a thermostat to the Sun.  Yeah, that’s it.


  1. Disgusting.

    My read of things is that our military is a very willing accomplice to evil throughout this world. One of the most visible actions of theirs is the chemtrailing that goes on day-after-day everywhere (to be announced later as part of the 'war' against climate change). I see the the plain white, unmarked tankers high overhead (35,000-40,000'), dumping here in SoCal and continuing on into Mexico.

    May those complicit pilots reincarnate as untouchables and chamber pot cleaners in their next life.

    1. Going to throw out the "proper" term for "chemtrails" here for readers as it allows for much clearer research, including finding the patents around the process of spraying nanotized aerosols composed of aluminum, barium, strontium, etc, into the atmosphere as a means to alter weather (among other things), e.g. the constantly held high pressure system off western Canada and California that is creating massive Arctic cold movement across much of the US, and essentially limiting any rain to California. Of cousre this challenges the US food supply and makes very nice profits year after year for some. CA being the world's 9th largest economy doesn't hurt if one is gaming markets or the American people. Of course, you limit rain one place and you must get more elsewhere, e.g. Midwest and East Coast the last several years.....

      Even Al Gore and others are mentioning openly now, along with the misc. scientist, that geoengineering may need to be used as a means to "save planet earth from anthropogenic climate change/global warming". this is a process of introducing the Amerikan public to the soon to be official narrative they will be fed. Gore is now a billionaire....and became one shortly after leaving office, all on the scam that is man-made climate change, carbon tax schemes, and other corrupt enslavement processes.

      Mt Shasta in CA, once one of the most pristine places on the planet, is now qualified as an EPA superfund site due to aluminum toxicity in the soil and water. This happened pretty much overnight.

      To the awakening.