Saturday, September 25, 1999

Tsunami bomb NZ's devastating war secret

On September 25, the New Zealand Herald reported that Thomas Leech, an Auckland University professor, conducted a series of experiments on producing tidal waves by using a series of underwater explosions. U.S. government officials who knew of the experiment commented that the project could have been as effective as the atomic bomb in ending World War II. Declassified documents also showed that Britain and America wanted to see the weapon developed after the war.

You may be wondering why anyone would declassify this information. The West needed to declassify this information to use this weapon for terrorism. Terrorism works by scaring other governments. But they won’t be scared if they believe that the acts of terrorism were simply a random occurrence. You need to have people believe that you caused the incident.

Presumably, somebody used this technology to create the March 11 earthquake in Japan.

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