Weather Warfare

Expert warns of “weaponized weather” being used against US power grids

Friday, September 24, 2021 by: Ramon Tomey

(Natural News) A national security expert warns of countries using “weaponized weather” to cripple the U.S.’s electricity grids. Peter Pry says rogue nations could take advantage of extreme weather to conduct attacks without firing a single shot. He adds that people are less likely to consider extreme weather as an act of an enemy country than electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attacks.

In a piece for All News Pipeline, Pry says enemies using severe weather to wage a “blackout war” can combine it with cyber-attacks, EMP attacks and sabotage. He adds that power outages caused by heavy storms have a ripple effect on key infrastructures such as communications, food and water supply, transportation and emergency medical services.

“Unlike ‘blackout warfare,’ hurricanes and other storms are familiar to the public and are understood to be acts of nature, not the destructive agents of a foreign enemy. Public perceptions of and reactions to mass destruction differ markedly when the agent of destruction is a familiar natural event or accident, versus destruction by unfamiliar means inflicted by malignant actors,” the expert elaborates.

Pry ultimately warns that the responsibility of keeping the electric grids safe is on the hands of electric utilities. “If the largest electric utilities in the U.S. cannot be trusted completely to perform such basic and simple public safety precautions [such] as vegetation management and powerline protection from high winds and ice storms, clearly they are incompetent to protect the grid from more complex and much bigger threats … that could kill millions,” he notes...

China actively dabbling in weather control

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Another ‘large eruption’ detected at Tonga volcano: monitor

Another “large eruption” has been detected at the Tonga volcano, a Darwin-based monitoring station said Monday, three days after a first eruption triggered tsunami waves around the Pacific.

The latest eruption was detected at 2210 GMT Sunday, according to an alert by the Darwin Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre also said it had detected large waves in the area: “This might be from another explosion of Tonga volcano. There are no known earthquakes of significant size to generate this wave.”


Scary huge waves with 80 km/h hitting the coast of the Gaza, Palestine


Scientists stunned by ‘unthinkable’ temperature surge in Arctic, Antarctica

There has been an “unthinkable” simultaneous surge in temperatures in the Arctic and Antarctic, stunning scientists around the world.


Sydney: Heavy rain triggered evacuation orders in Sydney on Thursday, as swollen rivers threatened homes and flooded roads in the latest wild weather to lash Australia’s east.

Residents in several suburbs of Sydney’s south and southwest were told to leave for safety as fast-flowing rivers rose.

“We have seen exceptionally sharp, short bursts of rain that have created significant flash flooding events around parts of the Illawarra,” New South Wales State Emergency Service Deputy Commissioner Daniel Austin said.

“We ask the community to continue to be vigilant. This is a highly dynamic situation. These events are moving exceptionally quickly.”

Images from around Sydney showed submerged roads, cars struggling through floodwaters and debris flowing rapidly down rivers.

Woronora resident Belinda told national broadcaster ABC that the river was flowing faster than she had ever seen.

“A little nervous, our property’s up quite high so it’s not much danger of us being flooded but for those properties that are a bit lower, it’s a real worry,” she said.

Major flood warnings were issued for several suburbs in the south of Sydney, while the entire city of five million was warned of potential flash flooding into the weekend.

NSW emergency services said they had responded to more than 680 calls for help from people affected by the weather so far.

The deluge is the latest to hit the region and comes less than a week after huge waves pummelled the coastline, with surf swallowing entire beaches including the famous sands of Bondi.

Large parts of Australia’s east coast have been inundated by heavy rain for months. Residents in the hardest-hit areas are still recovering from floods that swept through in March.

The extreme weather, driven by the La Nina weather system and worsened by climate change, has raised further questions about Australia’s disaster preparedness.

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A must watch video. Thank-you @be1 for bringing attention to it.

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You're welcome. She spoke of the weather manipulation engineered to further agenda of profiteers.


Yes. T.H.E.Y. do not want that video to go viral, preferring the sleeple attribute it solely to climate change and not rightly so to weather manipulation as you said. Thank-you again.


@NancyDrewberry ,

Thank-you for clarifying sleeple may be thinking this is climate change, instead, clearly it is war on the people through manufactured manipulation of wind patterns, use of H.A.R.P and much, much more. Let's not forget that reinstating and enforcing The Law of God would STOP all of this evil and the world would be like heaven on earth again as in the beginning, but that hasn't happened so God has already put into motion the curses for not doing so, to hopefully awaken the sleeper.

Dune - Gibraltar, The Fremen and The Way

How long must we suffer O Lord? – Until you return to keeping and enforcing The Law

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You are welcome and thank-you @Persistent

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You are certainly welcome.

New Mexico Hermits Peak/Calf Canyon wildfire grows to 102,000 acres

A wildfire in New Mexico rapidly expanded on Saturday night as fire officials in the state warned of critical fire weather conditions and more evacuations.

The Hermits Peak/Calf Canyon fire burning near Santa Fe pushed to the south and east as it grew to 102,000 acres -- up from 75,000 acres the day before -- and was 30% contained as 1,119 fire officials have been deployed to combat the blaze.

No deaths or injuries have been reported from the blaze, which began as two fires a week ago.

Officials said a Red Flag Warning was in effect as wind speeds exceeded 65 mph, fire information officer Mike Johnson said, according to The New York Times.

Carl Schwope, commander of a team for the region that combines firefighting resources from federal, state, local and other agencies, said the blaze "could easily double in size" before being fully contained.

"We're still in a very dangerous fire situation. It's going to continue," he said. "There's nothing in the weather that looks like it's going to change. High wind events, north wind events, south wind events. It's all over the board."

About 6,000 people from 32 communities near the Hermits Peak/Calf Canyon Fire were already under evacuation orders and officials encouraged residents to be prepared for new evacuation announcements at any time.

"Evacuation levels continue to change rapidly, please remain vigilant and watch for updates. Respect all closures and allow firefighting resources to work safely," they said.

Whilst other locations are experiencing extreme droughts, parts of Australia are being flooded.

Torrential rain bomb to hammer Australia dumping up to 300mm within HOURS - and it's expected to last for NINE DAYS

Weather reports - published May 13, 2022

Mr MBB333 ~Sirens WAIL in Background as the Sky Turns Dark!

Colorado blasted with late-spring snowfall

It's been two days since AccuWeather RealFeel® Temperatures were in the 90-degree range in many parts of Colorado, including the Denver metro area, but the late-spring surge of warmth now seems like a distant memory in the state.

Volcano erupts in Russian Far East

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Thousands evacuated from Spain’s Costa del Sol as huge fire rages

A huge fire in Málaga province has forced authorities to evacuate more than a third of the population of Benahavís, a village made up largely of foreign residents, as the flames advance at 30 metres per minute.

The fire, which broke out on Wednesday afternoon in a dense forest in the nearby municipality of Pujerra in Sierra Bermeja – inland from the Costa del Sol towns of Estepona and Marbella – continued to rage on Thursday morning.

Three firefighters have suffered burns to 25 percent of their bodies, according to Andalusian president Juanma Moreno. His presidential councillor Elías Bendodo reported on Wednesday night that the fire was advancing at 30 metres per minute.

In the early hours of Thursday June 9th, authorities in the upmarket municipality of Benahavís, where 5,000 of its 8,000 residents are foreign (mostly British), decided to evacuate between 2,000 and 3,000 inhabitants as a precautionary measure.

Málaga province is also bracing for a heatwave that is expected to push temperatures above 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit) in the coming days.

Emergency declared as Texas city runs out of WATER amid 102 degree temperatures forcing hospitals to close: 'Heat dome' settles over the Midwest and south with brutal temps expected for the next week

Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte declares a statewide emergency after 'unprecedented' Yellowstone flooding leaves dozens trapped as roads and houses collapse into swollen 13-foot high rivers

  • More than 10,000 visitors have been ordered out of Yellowstone as unprecedented flooding tore through the northern half of the nation's oldest national park, washing out bridges and roads
  • Remarkably, no one was reported injured or killed. The only visitors left in the massive park straddling three states were a dozen campers still making their way out of the backcountry
  • Yellowstone National Park, which celebrates its 150th anniversary this year, could remain closed for as long as a week, and northern entrances may not reopen this summer at all
  • Yellowstone River hit historic levels after days of rain and rapid snowmelt and wrought havoc across parts of southern Montana and northern Wyoming
  • Cabins were washed away, small towns were swamped and knocked out power
  • The floods hit the park just as a summer tourist season that draws millions of visitors was ramping up