Copyright 2011-3011 By Chase Kyla Hunter, All Rights Reserved.
Updated on 1.21.2011
I was right again. But I am NOT happy to be right about this.
It’s horrendous and the implications are horrendous.
Last week I wrote the post below and my intuition was screaming that the death of John P. Wheeler had something to do with the cascade of dead bird reports out of Arkansas. This week it’s confirmed:
“[…] Remember John P. Wheeler III who was Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force in Washington DC from 2005 to 200, whose body was found dumped in a landfill in Wilmington, Delaware end of December 2010. The article below details the reasons for his murder implicating the accidental malfunctioning of an aerosol spraying plane carrying potent phosgene gas (chemical and biological weapon) which was flying over the areas of Arkansas where the dead blackbirds fell from the sky with the gas also poisoning and killing over 100,000 fish in the Arkansas River. Poor Mr. Wheeler had a conscience and for that he paid the ultimate price.”
John P. Wheeler died a great American patriot in my opinion.
May God‘s angels treat him with special grace and care in Heaven. He was a whistle-blower, and he was trying to tell the American people what was taking place regarding secret poison gas tests that killed the birds. See: http://aircrap.org/top-us-official-murdered-after-arkansas-weapons-test-causes-mass-death/33150/
In the past two or three days I have been practically glued to my laptop trying to stay abreast of the number of new accounts of dead birds and fish all over the world.
Add to that, the recent murder of John P. Wheeler lll, his body dumped cruelly in a Delaware landfill, and the odd rumors of HAARP testing and activity in the New Madrid earthquake fault region, and you have the raw elements for a potentially much larger, much uglier story, potentially.
Truth researchers everywhere, including radio celebrity and super right wing patriot Michael Savage, are trying to understand who killed John Wheeler and why. Now we may be on the trail. There may actually be a connection to all these apparently unrelated bizarre events, which all burst forth in the same week his body was found. Other researchers are warning that an electromagnetic anomaly, such as a pre-pole shift rip in the earth’s electronmagnetic fields, may have been responsible for the bird kill in Beebe Arkansas. Speculation flies, videos are everywhere, and here are a few that I thought were especially interesting. I am still trying to connect dots here, but the video below seems to offer a HUGE clue about one popssibility. Have a look:
Others who are following the trail…
- BREAKING: HAARP Testing in New Madrid Fault Zone Could Be Related to Certain Bird Deaths in the South (alligatorfarm.wordpress.com)
- Counting Dead Blackbirds: Conspiracy Theories Abound In Arkansas (politicsdaily.com)
- New Madrid Earthquake Zone – Maybe? (authoron.wordpress.com)
- More Dead Birds in Kentucky, HAARP Project to Blame? (VIDEO) (blippitt.com)
- Kirk Cameron: Dead Bird Expert — Or Not (Video) (thegreengirls.com)
- The Aflockalypse (merovee.wordpress.com)
- Dead Birds and Fish? (lewrockwell.com)
- Mass Animal Deaths Around the World: Dead Birds Fall from Sky, Millions of Fish & Crabs Wash Ashore (treehugger.com)
- Mass animal deaths… what’s going on? (gadling.com)
- Fish and Birds Dying and it is Goodbye Bumblebees: Not Because of Fireworks and Cold Weather (grantlawrence.blogspot.com)
- “Millions of dead fish to go with the dead birds” and related posts (personalmoneystore.com)
- Apocalypse Watch (ultragrrrl.blogspot.com)
- Mass Deaths Expand to Worldwide Animal Apocalypse (therightofthepeople.wordpress.com)
- “Puzzling bird, fish kills drive some humans batty” and related posts (weblogs.baltimoresun.com)
- Dead Fish, Birds Stoke Conspiracy Theories (patspapers.com)
- Millions of Fish, Thousands of Birds Dead, HAARP Projects? Speculation Abounds Online (alligatorfarm.wordpress.com)
- 6 Disaster Movie Explanations For All These Dead Birds (huffingtonpost.com)
- Wildlife experts: No worries on falling birds, floating fish – that’s just nature (seattletimes.nwsource.com)