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HAARP Responsible For Turkish Earthquake?


The truth is often stranger than fiction.

Roughly 1 week after Turkey opposed NATO expansion, the country suffered an enormous earthquake that left more than 15,000 dead and thousands more injured or missing at the time of this writing.

Turkish citizens and people from all around the world are speculating if the event was natural or caused by HAARP…

For those who don’t know, HAARP is officially listed as an ionosphere research program under the aegis of the U.S. military and has been blamed for weather modification disasters in the past.

HAARP works through the use of directed radio and microwaves to affect specific areas of the ionosphere; the official reason given for this is to attempt to improve radio and GPS communication networks.

Not everyone is so keen on this official explanation though…

Those critical of the program claim that HAARP can affect the weather or even cause natural disasters such as earthquakes, hurricanes, and tornadoes.

I must warn you that all of the videos below are merely speculation, but they raise the question: is all of this merely a coincidence, or is something more intentional going on in Turkey?

The Patriot Journal asks:

Just a few days ago, our ally Turkey was hit with a devastating earthquake. It has brought the nation to its knees. So far, we know 11,000 people died from the event. Thousands are still missing or trapped in the rubble.

Yet Biden said nothing about it during his speech. And why? Grenell reveals the White House staff considered mentioning it, but decided not to. Are you kidding me? Not even a sentence offering support to our allies?


CNN blamed the severity of the earthquake on these factors:

A number of factors have contributed to making this earthquake so lethal.

One of them is the time of day it occurred. With the quake hitting early in the morning, many people were in their beds when it happened, and are now trapped under the rubble of their homes.

Additionally, with a cold and wet weather system moving through the region, poor conditions have made reaching affected areas trickier, and rescue and recovery efforts on both sides of the border significantly more challenging once teams have arrived.


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