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"The Unimaginable Has Happened": Massive Tornado Kills Dozens, Flattens Suburb of Oklahoma City; Why Austerity Kills: From Greece to U.S., Crippling Economic Policies Causing Global Health Crisis.

May 21, 2013

    Dozens Dead in Oklahoma Tornado
    Guatemalan Court Overturns Genocide Verdict for Ex-Dictator Ríos Montt
    Foreclosed Homeowners Arrested at Justice Department Protest for Bank Prosecutions
    Report: Banks Lagging on Settlement Payments for Mortgage Wrongdoing
    Report: CIA to Transfer Drone Program to Pentagon
    White House Defends Tracking of Fox News Reporter
    Obama Hosts Burmese Leader at White House
    Survey: Scientists Have 97% Consensus Human Activity Causes Climate Change
    Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues Begins at U.N.
    Poverty in U.S. Suburbs Exceeds Urban Areas
    Senate Report Says Apple Avoids Billions in Taxes


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The devastation that has

The devastation that has battered the Heartland of the U.S. is truly monumental and tragic. My deepest sympathies are extended to the victims and their families. While I have no desire to downplay the pain and suffering that have taken place, I do want to also express my firm belief that this powerful storm is just the latest in a series of artificially engineered weather events that have multiplied and accelerated in severity over the past decade. Advanced technology exists to generate and control hurricanes, tornadoes, and earthquakes at will. As described on various websites and in the film, "Why In the World are They Spraying?," the military is on record as to having a goal of controlling the weather by the year 2025.

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