October 23, 2011 US “Earthquake-Weapon” Strikes Turkey After Iraq Invasion


October 23, 2011

US “Earthquake-Weapon” Strikes Turkey After Iraq Invasion

ByA ‘flash’ report received in the Kremlin today from the Black Sea Fleet states that the United States has attackedTurkey with one of its feared “Earthquake Weapons” in retaliation for that Eurasian nation’s massive invasion ofNorthern Iraq this past week.

According to this report, Russian monitoring stations in and around the Black Sea began monitoring a “rapid”heating of the ionosphere over the past 36 hours that culminated a couple of hours ago with a massive 7.3 magnitude earthquake striking eastern Turkey.

Important to note is that the heating of the ionosphere is a “trademark” of the “Earthquake Weapon” employed by the United States from their HAARP facilities located around the world and controlled from their main base in Alaska and was last detected being used this pat March against Japan and causing a massive 9.0 magnitude earthquake leading to the deaths of over 36,000.



2 thoughts on “October 23, 2011 US “Earthquake-Weapon” Strikes Turkey After Iraq Invasion

  1. Please get rid of these stupid drama based Haarp facilities. How hard is it to see right from wrong! This is wrong on every Creator/God level. No one wins with stupid haarp. Not even Haarp people.

    haarp is a lie …. time to go to another stupid little prison holographic place so that haarp can take its dumb ass negative friends with it too…

    And play some haarp music too when your facility takes a nose dive to the abyss.

    And too no one gets hurt….. just haarp!

    Tesla will be amused for sure…

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