Vatic Note: The question is, "Is Haarp capable of doing this massive a damage?" If so, then we would be looking at first degree murder, crimes against humanity and war crimes, attacking a nation without declaring war and agressing. I ask because we simply have not found the limit of the horrors those foreign interest bankers running our country are capable of. You will see what I mean when we post what they did to Children in palestine later on this blog. Then you will know we have not yet seen the limits of the evil that is potential in a satanic way. I am asking myself, IS THIS THE DEPOPULATION PROGRAM? Why am I asking? Read the article and it shows that the arena's were well stocked with medical supplies, but no food, blankets, water or anything by helicopter to the victims stranded out there. Its almost intentional. We are desparate for news of the people we watched elect their President this year. One blog we had was the bankers were getting ready to rape Brazil like they have us, WE JUST DIDN'T KNOW IT WOULD BE SO SOON. I wonder if this is just the beginning?
REMEMBER ANOTHER POINT AS WELL, THESE CRETINS DO NOTHING FOR JUST ONE REASON, MULTIPLE REASONS ARE GENERALLY THE CASE. SO
1. DEPOPULATION WOULD CLEARLY BE ONE OF THEM. At the same time this is better than a war, they can make money rebuilding every thing... computers, automobiles, buildings, homes, residences, insurance, household goods, furniture, clothing, equipment, tools, etc. they will make a fortune.
2. ANOTHER IS BRAZIL SITS OVER THE LARGEST FRESH WATER AQUIFIR IN THE WORLD AND THE LAND ABOVE IT IS OWNED IN PART BY BUSH JR AND REV MOON. 700,000 ACRES with a contingent of 500 marines on the land. Then for the past few years all we hear about is a water shortage and how fresh water will be the new oil. That means they can get off the oil and pretend they are caring individuals, and begin controlling the water at $5 a gallon instead and a lot cheaper to drill and mine for and bring out.
3. FINALLY, the objective is to make people suffer under the "PROBLEM they created, have the people fully react, and then go in with the solution. I can imagine what it would be..... some sort of banker owned control mechanism, similar to what they want to do to us. For us its the NAU, FOR THEM who knows (an "SAU?"). Remember who they just elected as president and this is already showing a lack of response rising to the level of the problem, NO HELICOPTERS delivering emergency life saving supplies such as water, tents, blankets, food, etc. Its how the "problem, reaction, solution" works with these khazar bankers. "S-t-r-e-t-c-h o-u-t" the problem so the people will be grateful for any aid they receive eventually, we saw that in Katrina....
So don't wonder why I ask these questions. This is the reason. Our hearts go out to the Brazilian people and we send them our love and compassion and anything else they may need, through agencys we trust like the Salvation army or other church related agencies. Lets all do what we can to get them the help they need. Chemtrails really bad today in our area... very heavy dumping. I simply find it amazing that only a few thousand sickos can seriously damage this planet and millions on it with so little effort. I hope I am wrong about this but its simply too big a coincidence that these are happening all at once after a year of warnings by the elite of famine, waters shortages and riots. Can't you see this developing now as we speak??? Its global and our response better be global against these Khazar international bankers running our countries.
Horrifying Pictures of Brazil Floods and Mudslides
Posted on Pakalert on January 17, 2011, by Daily Mail Reporter
Thousands of traumatised mudslide survivors navigated steep, slippery jungle paths to find food, water and medicine as they slowly gave up hope that government rescuers would reach them quickly enough in remote mountain villages.
Those who escaped unharmed from the slides that killed 591 people over four days ferried bottles of water and sacks of groceries on their backs after trekking five miles to the centre of the mountain town of Teresopolis, north of Rio.
Wanderson Ferreira de Carvalho, 27, lost 23 members of his family, including his father, his wife and two-year-old son.
He said that his father’s body was so decomposed by the water and the heat that he no longer wanted anyone to look for those of his spouse and child.
‘I would rather not see him now,’ Carvalho said of his son. ‘Whoever is buried, it’s better to leave them in peace.’
Carvalho trudged numbly up a path to his neighborhood, carrying supplies for his neighbors who survived.
‘We have to help those who are alive,’ he said. ‘There is no more help for those who are dead. I’ve cried a lot and sometimes my mind goes blank and I almost forget what happened. But we have to do what we must to help the living.’
While Carvalho and others are angry at the lack of government help, they also seem oddly resigned, as if having to save themselves after Brazil’s worst natural disaster in four decades were not unusual.
At the base of the steep hills leading up to Carvalho’s Campo Grande neighborhood, only a few firefighters and two federal policemen were seen – and they were not helping people carry supplies.
Local and state fire departments said they had deployed 2,500 rescuers, while 225 federal policeman were in the area to maintain order. The federal government has been trying to fly in 11 helicopters to remote areas, but has found it difficult because of poor weather conditions.
Simone dos Santos Pinto, a 36-year-old resident of the Campo Grande neighborhood who was hiking supplies up to her sick, 65-year-old father, said there was no help, and she could not understand why.
‘There is nothing,’ she said, plastic grocery backs strapped across her shoulders and in her hands. ‘I’m leaving my father up there and my house is about to collapse. But what am I going to do?’
The mudslides hit an area of nearly 900 square miles in an area of lush, forested mountains about 40 miles north of Rio. The deaths are centred in Teresopolis and three other towns, where many wealthier citizens of Rio maintain weekend homes.
While the disaster has destroyed the homes of rich and poor alike, the deaths are overwhelmingly seen in humbler areas, where homes are flimsier, most lacking foundations, and located in steep areas known to be at high-risk of mudslides.
In those areas, horror stories are trickling out as survivors make it to town.
Fernando Perfista dug out the body of his eldest child from the mud, then looked for the 12-year-old’s three missing siblings. He sheltered the boy’s remains in a refrigerator to keep scavenging dogs at bay while he searched.
After failing to find his other children in the Fazenda Alpina area of Teresopolis, the 31-year-old ranch hand built a gurney from scrap wood, carried his son’s body down a mudslide-wrecked slope before dawn Friday and buried him in a homemade coffin.
Then Perfista waited with a crowd in the rain outside the Teresopolis morgue for a chance to plead with officials to help him continue his search. He clutched plastic-covered pictures of his three other children: a chubby one-year-old and two smiling girls, ages 6 and 10.
‘My children are in there, in that river bank, under that mud,’ he said blankly.
Amauri Souza, a 38-year-old who helped Perfista carry his son’s body, said a few helicopters had reached isolated areas, but ‘they’re only taking down the wounded.’
He said officials were not dropping off body bags or food or water, adding that he feared the consequences if aid did not arrive soon.
‘The water is rotten, but people are forced to drink it. There is no food. I had meat in my house, but it’s all gone bad,’ Souza said.
He said he pulled his wife and six-month-old daughter onto higher ground just as a churning mass of water, mud and rocks hit early Wednesday.
But his wife’s parents were lost – he heard their screams for help as they washed away. Their bodies hadn’t been found by Friday.
‘It’s a scene of war and total loss,’ said Souza.
Officials fear the death toll could rise once remote areas are reached. Authorities did not offer an estimate on the missing, but local reports put it in the hundreds.
Rio state’s Civil Defence department said on its website Saturday that 257 people were killed in Teresopolis and 267 in Nova Friburgo, a 45-mile drive to the west that draws hikers and campers to mountain trails, waterfalls and dramatic views of lush green slopes.
Forty-nine died in neighbouring Petropolis and 18 in the town of Sumidouro.