Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Karl Rove, You Magnificant Bastard!

I took a screen shot of this official Cuba website after I had Google translate it into English, well Spanglish. This site is called the Truths of Cuba. As well as cigars, the Cubans are now exporting drooling asshattery.

The commies are claiming that the US is testing earthquake weapons and decided to take a shot at Haiti.

I shit you not.

The article goes on to state that:

Since the late 1970s, the U.S. has "made tremendous progress" state of its weapons of earthquakes and, according to these reports, now employs a technology devices using Pulse, Plasma Tesla Electromagnetic and Sonic along with "waves pump shock. The report also compares the U.S. Navy testing of two of these weapons of earthquakes last week, when the test in the Pacific caused an earthquake of magnitude 6.5 hit the area around the town of Eureka, California without causing deaths, but with your proof in the Caribbean and caused the deaths of at least 140,000 innocent.

As the report said, is "more than likely" that the U.S. Navy has had "full knowledge" of the catastrophic damage that this test could have potentially earthquake on Haiti and had pre-positioned their Commander Southern Command Officer, General PK Keen on the island to oversee relief efforts if needed.

As the final outcome of the tests of these weapons by the United States, warns the report, is the United States plan the destruction of Iran through a series of earthquakes designed to topple the current Islamic regime. According to the report, the system experienced by the United States (HAARP) would also create weather anomalies to cause floods, droughts and hurricanes.

[...] The Pentagon said the hospital ship USNS Comfort, which was anchored in Baltimore, began to call the crew to leave for Haiti, although it could be days until the arrival of the vessel. Navy Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs, said the U.S. military was working preparing the emergency response to this desastre. Fraser, Southern Command (SOUTHCOM), said cutter boats States Coast Guard US Navy ships in the region were also sent to offer help but have relief supplies and helicopters limited. The super carrier USS Carl Vinson will be sent to the naval base at Norfolk, Virginia, with a full complement of planes and helicopters arrived in Haiti in the early afternoon of January 14, said Fraser. Additional groups of helicopters would join the Vinson said.

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), already operating in Haiti before the earthquake. President Obama was informed of the earthquake at 5:52 pm on Jan. 12 and asked his staff to ensure that employees of the embassy are safe and to begin preparations to provide the necessary humanitarian aid.

According to Russian reports, the State Department, USAID and the Southern Command of the United States began its work of "humanitarian invasion" by sending at least 10,000 soldiers and contractors, to control now, instead of the UN, Haitian territory after the devastating earthquake experimental.

I guess this is the mother lode for all the Kos kids and their authentic blueprints for a Carl Rove Earthquake Machine O'Doom.



Anonymous said...

Here in Northern California they call these "Bushquakes".

sig94 said...

I am so glad those evil geniuses are no longer in power. What did Northern CA do to piss these people off?

Snarky Basterd said...

Hugo Chavez said this the other day, which is where the Cuban got it. Too fucking funny.

sig94 said...

Snarky - They must all use the same RSS feed from Morons International News.

Susannah said...

oh boy.

Just like the U.S. sent troops to Haiti (not for disaster relief & public safety, mind you) in order to occupy that small country which has absolutely no military value to us, whatsoever.

sig94 said...

Susannah - Ohhhh I dunno. We could use it as a springboard to invade the weathly, resource rich paradise of ... the Dominican Republic.

Susannah said...

Heh, heh.

I was in the DR a yr. & 1/2 ago w/ my college girlfriends. We used timeshare points that one of their Dads generously gave us. The resort was OK (NOTHING like the Jamaican trip my husband took me on!), but anywhere outside the gates of the place was really bad. I hear Haiti's much worse, but DR's nothing to write home about...

sig94 said...

A woman in our church just adopted a Haitian boy and brought him home a few months ago. It took three years to accomplish...

Thank God the process was not delayed any longer than it was.