Monday, October 02, 2006
June 11, 2005: The day the "Hurricane" Katrina plot was hatched
ABOVE: A African is captured by a white death squad in New Orleans. This scene was sadly repeated many times in 2005. The African was later shot and his body dumped in the Gulf of Mexico along with hundreds of others.
On June 11, 2005 George W. Bush had a 72 minute meeting with Donald Rumsfeld, Admiral Edmund P. Giambastiani, Jr. and two men from the Special Sciences Department known as “WAM” which stands for “Weather Attack Mandate”. WAM was started in 1970 during the Nixon administration of which Rumsfeld served numerous roles with including as counselor to Nixon in and as Director of the Economic Stabilization Program.
Bush had called for meeting due to growing tension in the White House about the growing political impact of raising gas prices and the inability to drill for oil in Alaska and off the Florida coast. He wanted to explore his options and want to learn more about WAM and the possibilities it offered.
The two men from WAM were Trevor J. Constable and Alex Tippling. Both men have long careers in the science of weather control and manipulation and Bush wanted to know how he could take advantage of their knowledge.
What resulted from this meeting was the deadly “Hurricane” known as Katrina. It was nothing less than a full-scale attack of the gulf region of the United States. Specifically, the target were the millions of Africans living in the states of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida.
What Bush discovered was that it was possible to create a hurricane and direct to direct its force on a target. The temptation was too great for him to ignore. By creating Katrina (named after a wife of one of Giambastiani’s sons) Bush intended to kill Africans, create a distraction from Iraq and to seize control of the oil-rich lands and waters in the Gulf Coast area.
He was also following a racist tradition: During slavery days, whites would often tell their African captives that hurricanes and storms were simply God’s wrath at Africans for being lazy or for “crimes” such as looking at a white woman.