Leuren Moret tells how geo-engineered weather is part of the depopulation agenda

Killer tornadoes, deadly fires, devastating earthquakes – it should be obvious to even couch potatoes that something extraordinary is happening on earth.

Evidence is mounting that specific nations such as Haiti, New Zealand, Australia, Chile, and Japan are being targeted for destruction by a covert and deadly weather war operation. If so, is the United States being set up as the next target?

Just this week, dozens of communities in the Deep South have been flooded and torn asunder by tornado-force winds, creating scenes resembling the tsunami-and-earthquake-ravaged region of Fukushima, Japan. Are these global events part of a depopulation plan orchestrated by the City of London? Or China? What role does HAARP play in these weather incidents? Are aliens behind this? Is Planet X approaching?

Host Rayelan Allan and her special guest, Leuren Moret, provide their expert analysis as to who and what’s behind all this mayhem.

Leuren Moret earned her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Geology from the University of California, Davis, in 1968, and her Master of Arts in Near Eastern Studies from University of California, Berkeley, in 1978. She worked for 5 years at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and 2 years at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. She established her reputation as a whistleblower in connection with her work at Lawrence Livermore.

Moret currently studies and publicizes the adverse health effects of radiation exposure and how radiation moves through the environment. She criticizes the continued use of depleted uranium and contributed to the United Nations sub-commission that investigated the topic in detail. Collaborating with other researchers such as Dr. Hari Sharma, she has analyzed the tissue samples of 70 residents of Basra who died from exposure to DU as a result of the Gulf War.

Click here to listen to an excerpt of Rayelan’s interview with Leuren Moret that aired on Mar. 31.


Is this America’s tsunami? 247 die and thousands of homes are destroyed
DailyMail UK
28 Apr. 2011

Ground Wave Emergency Network
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Ground Wave Emergency Network (GWEN) was a command and control communications system intended for use by the United States government to facilitate military communications before, during and after a nuclear war. Specifically, GWEN was constructed to survive the effects of a high-altitude nuclear explosion electromagnetic pulse to insure that the United States President can give a launching order to strategic nuclear bombers

The Ground-Wave Emergency Network (GWEN) System

Editor’s Note: GWEN towers are popping up everywhere in America; rural, hilltops, mountain areas, suburbs, and cities. The cover story is that they’re supposed to be used for cell phone communications, but as this article reveals, Big Brother has something far more insidious in mind.
-Ken Adachi

Depleted Uranium
A Death Sentence Here And Abroad

By Leuren Moret
Jan. 21, 2006

On today’s show, Moret singles out three individuals who played a prominent role in the development and promotion of nuclear power and technology: Edward Teller, Vannevar Bush, and James Bryant Conant.

Edward Teller
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Edward Teller (Hungarian: Teller Ede, January 15, 1908 – September 9, 2003) was a Hungarian-born American theoretical physicist, known colloquially as “the father of the hydrogen bomb,” even though he did not care for the title. He was a co-founder of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), and was both its director and associate director for many years. Over the course of his life, Teller was known both for his scientific ability and his difficult interpersonal relations and volatile personality, and is considered one of the inspirations for the character Dr. Strangelove in the 1964 movie of the same name.

Vannevar Bush
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Vannevar Bush (March 11, 1890 – June 28, 1974) was an American engineer and science administrator known for his work on analog computing, his political role in the development of the atomic bomb as a primary organizer of the Manhattan Project, the founding of Raytheon, and the idea of the memex, an adjustable microfilm viewer which is somewhat analogous to the structure of the World Wide Web.

James Bryant Conant
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
James Bryant Conant (March 26, 1893 – February 11, 1978) was a chemist, educational administrator, and government official. As the President of Harvard University he reformed it as a research institution. Concerned about growing criticism of the use of nuclear weapons by prominent figures like Norman Cousins and Reinhold Niebuhr, President Conant played an important behind-the-scenes role in shaping public opinion by instigating and then editing an influential February 1947 Harper’s article entitled “The Decision,” written (with the help of McGeorge Bundy) by former Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson. The article first promulgated the notion that the atomic bomb was used to avoid “over a million casualties,” a figure for which no basis has so far been found in the historical record of atomic-bomb decision-making.

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