Russia Controls U.S. Weather

Oct. 5, 2015

Russia (or North Korea) could strike the U.S. with an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack that won't just seize up you refrigerator and car, but will shut down all U.S. Defense systems.  The U.S. Senate refuses to institute regulatory laws on our national grid to protect our defense systems that primarily use the national grid, because a majority of senators take money from grid lobbyists.

Studies show that within one year of the electric grid going down, 9 out of 10 Americans will die.

According to Wayne Madsen, US & NATO use a 40-year old jamming system, called Emitter Data, while Russia has advanced electronic warfare. [Alex Jones, 10/8/2015]

Sep. 11, 2015

Russia and three other countries have weaponized longitudinal electro-magnetic waves that go through oceans to destroy submarines (USS Thresher, in April 1963, off the east coast of the U.S.).  This weapon is used to heat or cool the ocean to create an El Niño/Nina, steer the Jet Stream and Gulf Stream, kill fish, or aimed at the Earth to create earthquakes.  Since July 4, 1976, U.S. weather has been artificially, remotely controlled by Russia.

Russia controls the world's weather.  

As of 1998, the U.S. had not developed such a weapon.

Russian scalar transmitters have continuously sent transmissions that disturb communication systems of the world in the 3-30 megahertz band.

Russia, as well as the U.S., Brazil, Israel, China, and ten other countries, have scalar electro-magnetic weapons.  Russia shot down the Challenger, Jan. 28, 1986, with a scalar interferometry weapon.

Thomas Bearden, Nuclear Engineer, Ret. Army Col., Black Ops, reports that Russia transmits 2 or 3 scalar over the horizon that intersect each other over the U.S. to form a grid.  This grid, covering large areas of the U.S., can hypnotize brains in to forced entrainment; can attack specific portions of the brain geometrically. The Lida machine can induce a catatonic state in mammals.[Swiftly Comes the Battle, by Denise Bronsdon, at Amazon.com]