Second Major American City Facing Destruction Inside of Two Weeks-Coincidence or Conspiracy?

Friday, September 8, 2017
By Paul Martin

By Dave Hodges
TheCommonSenseShow.com
September 8th, 2017

This article deals with the likely and potential devastation of Hurricane Irma. However, there are two more hurricanes following Irma, an 8.2 eartquake in Southern Mexico and uncontrollable fires in the American Northwest exponentially increase the odds that these are not unrelated weather and random mother nature events. The pattern represents forethought and purpose. Soon a second major American city will be destroyed and the effects will be felt longer than a decade. Houston was merely the opening act.

Weaponized Weather Leads to Manufactured Weather Events

Weaponized Weather is one of the last tools that the elite have left that is devastatingly functional and that the majority of the public does not have the “expertise” to judge the validity of weather wars.

To anyone is well-versed by now that HAARP facilities can and subsequently do generate millions of watts of ELF waves that can excite and subsequently move the jet stream, which in effect would alter the weather for the worse.

I previous wrote an article where I partially detailed the patents behind weather and earthquake technology. The interesting fact is that the Air Force is in total control of the technology. When one combines thee revelation that the technology exists to produce earthquakes and hurricanes, combined with the irregular and devastating weather patterns, it is impossible to conclude that these events are not being artificially manuractured for some political motive.

Miami Is the Next Houston

If the storm stays on track, Miami is going to be utterly devastated. Because Miami sits in such a low-lying posture, the damage will far exceed what we have seen in Houston.

Meteorologists from the website Weather Underground issued a series of warning along the Atlantic coast.

“The Atlantic (Florida Straits) side of the Florida Keys also has deep water offshore, limiting the maximum storm surge in a Cat 4 to 8 – 10 feet. The risk is higher on the west (Florida Bay) side of the Keys, where the water is shallower; a worst-case storm tide of 12 – 15 feet can occur there. Any storm tide over six feet is extremely dangerous in the Florida Keys, due to the low elevation of the land. The greatest risk in the Keys, if the current NHC forecast verifies, would be on the Florida Bay (west) side of the Upper Keys, after the center of Irma moves just to the north. The counter-clockwise flow of air around the hurricane will then bring winds out of the southwest that will drive a large storm surge into the west side of the Upper Keys.”

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