Hurricane Sandy Invokes Wall Street Holiday
As we near the supposed end of the world, which according to the Mayan calendar, is slated to occur in less than two months, with only one week's notice, hurricane Sandy is giving us a sneak preview of what the media might be like if such a dark fate were to soon bare down upon all of humankind.
Wall Street Holiday
The New York Stock Exchange planned a rare shutdown Monday because of Hurricane Sandy. The last time the NYSE closed down for a weather-related event was on Sept. 27, 1985, for Hurricane Gloria. Click here for a look at other unusual NYSE closings throughout history.
Perfect Timing, Perfect Storm
Recent market uncertainties may exacerbate due to the timely arrival of this sudden "Frankenstorm," which comes at the start of a key week in US politics and the financial sphere.
Compared to Irene, Sandy appears nearly 50% larger.
Up until about a month ago, we had no clue whatsoever as to the immense capabilities of weather modification technology. We suspect the vast majority of Americans also have no clue. In fact, we learned that weather modification in warfare has been banned by the United Nations.
As one might expect with the perfect timing and amplitude of this storm, unlike back-up power generators, water, and food reserves, there is no shortage of conspiracy theories.
In cooperation with BAE and Raytheon corporations, HAARP technology appears to be at the center of such speculation.
Interviews with Patent Holder and Credible HAARP Participants
Are You Prepared?
To drive their collective messages home, both mainstream and alternative media outlets are inherently sensational. That's why most of us keep tuning in, and some of us keep tuning out.
Information relayed through any outlet can be either educational, deceptive, entertaining, thought provoking, enormously helpful, or egregiously misleading. As such, it is up to the consumers of all such information to do their due diligence, and draw their own well-informed conclusions.
I suspect we can all agree in part with the saying, "Don't believe anything you hear and only half of what you see." However, if just 1/10th of what we see and hear these days is true, it remains in each of our best interests to take some common-sense prudent measures to effectively manage the most basic safeguards for ourselves and our families.