(Persia Digest) – Certain media believe that the unprecedented precipitation and floods over the past months in Iran which have taken many lives and inflicted much damage have been created and managed by the US.
Persia Digest (PD) reports that the recent torrential rains and floods in Iran are out of character. These continue to inflict damages, prompting certain conservative media to report that this has been caused by HAARP (High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program) which the US initiated in 1993 to conduct research on the atmosphere. Its original purpose was to analyze the ionosphere and create a large, invisible mirror to reflect waves back to earth and use extremely low frequency (ELF) waves for infiltrating ocean depths, detection and imaging of underground structures, destroying satellites and missiles, disrupting radio telecommunications, climate manipulation as a war weapon, affecting mental health and wellness, and triggering floods, hurricanes, droughts and earthquakes.
In 1998, the European Common Security and Defence Policy and Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs expressed reservations on the widespread effects of this project on the environment and said the US administration’s refusal to explain the project was regrettable. In 2002, ninety Duma members also requested a ban on major geophysical projects such as HAARP.
A few years ago, the late Venezuelan President, Hugo Chavez, received information from the Russian military and announced: “The US was involved in creating the Haiti earthquake measuring 7 on the Richter scale.”
In 2017, some Iranian media also reported that the US may have a hand in the Kermanshah earthquake in western Iran; although, this was not confirmed by the Iranian government.
Today, Iranian media is reporting that the recent floods in the country are linked to HAARP or a similar project which has been created and managed by the US. A reformist newspaper reported on Thursday that US involvement in the recent floods may not be out of the question.
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