Paki Websites Accuse CIA of Causing Flooding

MEMRI

Although the U.S. has been leading flood relief efforts in Pakistan, where nearly 20 million people have been affected by the worst floods in 80 years, the Pakistani media continue to publish anti-U.S. conspiracy theories regarding the floods. On August 6, 2010, a Pakistani website released a report titled “Pakistan Flood: HAARP Used in Pakistan? – Urgent,” accusing the CIA and its alleged use of the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP), the Alaska-based U.S. Air Force program, to artificially cause the flooding.

“We Have Investigated This Matter and Concluded That HAARP is Being Used in Pakistan [to Cause Floods]”

Following are excerpts from an August 6 report titled “Pakistan Flood: HAARP Used in Pakistan? – Urgent:”

“All started suddenly and thousands died, millions displaced, hundreds of villages vanished in the matter of just four days!… Strangely, there were no weather warnings, no alarms… none of the global offices were able to predict the torrential downpours that precipitated the worst floods in Pakistan’s history. Was HAARP involved?

“We have investigated this matter and concluded that HAARP is being used in Pakistan; and of course how can we ignore India’s Baglihar & Kabul’s Sarobi dams’ contribution in this perfect plan! (MEMRI has more)

My, I’m so glad they didn’t blame da Joooozz yet. But I promise you it won’t be long……..

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2 thoughts on “Paki Websites Accuse CIA of Causing Flooding”

  1. Just note that the reason Bin Laden gave for attacking the U.S. was due to the presence of American soldiers i9n Saudi Arabia when protecting it from Iraq….seems that any help will be used as a reason to bomb non-Muslims.

  2. From what I heard HAARP also has the ability to summon extra dimensions… perhaps the evil lobbies against our beloved country are hiding there.

    Seriously, being a muslim you should know the consequences of speaking about things with no knowledge, it would be nice if we actually started reading the Quran more than conspiracy magazines on the internet

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