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Russian Political Scientist Claims HAARP Used on Russia

August 23, 2010

Some Russians also feel, along with Benjamin Fulford, that Russian woes are traceable to HAARP.  That’s quite possible. I’m waiting for word from SaLuSa or Matthew on the matter.

While I haven’t come across reports of the American use of HAARP against the Russians, Tom Bearden does provide reports of Russian use of their version of HAARP, which they’ve had since the 1960s, against the United States and Great Britain. I won’t be shocked if SaLuSa or Matthew confirm that the Russian fires are HAARP-related.

Russian Scholar Warns Of US Climate Change Weapon on Wednesday August 18, 2010

Posted by samzenpus on Wednesday August 18, @11:11AM
from the hurricane-cannon dept.

According to Russian political scientist, and conspiracy afficionado Andrei Areshev, the high heat, and poor crop yields of Russia, and other Central Asian countries may be the result of a climate weapon created by the US military. From the article: “… Areshev voiced suspicions about the High-Frequency Active Aural Research Program (HAARP), funded by the US Defense Department and the University of Alaska. HAARP, which has long been the target of conspiracy theorists, analyzes the ionosphere and seeks to develop technologies to improve radio communications, surveillance, and missile detection. Areshev writes, however, that its true aim is to create new weapons of mass destruction ‘in order to destabilize environmental and agricultural systems in local countries.'”


(1) See “June 20, 2008: The Day the Earth Stood Still,” at

2 Comments leave one →
  1. August 24, 2010 8:47 am

    First off, “what is a “political scientist” ?? I’m guessing that it’s a scientist who bends truth with a political agenda – which is really just a way to “finger-point” at someone else, (and absolve from taking responsibility) which is done to fan the fires (excuse the pun) of divisiveness.
    High heat and crop failures might just be due to solar activity, but of course, if that was acknowledged, then there would be no reason to play the “blame-game” and there would be no more “politics”. YAY !!

  2. PeterW permalink
    August 24, 2010 1:45 am

    It had occurred to me that this would ‘fit the bill’. The climatic situation in Russia serves not only to act as a worldwide distraction, causing great hardship to the immediate population, but also has the effect of driving world food prices skyward. Interesting that this coincides with much activity in the agrochemical industry, with hostile bids being made to effectively control fertiliser supplies.

    We are told that we can expect this kind of desperate behaviour as the story unfolds and those who seek to control find that they no longer are able to keep their grip on things. We must, I think, remain informed of what may be going on, without letting it affect our own balance, since we know that everything is as it should be, do we not?


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