Some Claiming Turkey Earthquakes Were Man-made

As the death toll from the recent earthquakes that decimated parts of Turkey and Syria on February 6 continues to rise — now exceeding 50,000 — skeptics of the mainstream narrative, such as Romanian Senator Diana Iovanovici Șoșoacă, have claimed that globalist powers such as the United States triggered the recent series of quakes and tremors to penalize Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for not aligning with globalist interests.

In a statement to Romania’s upper house, Șoșoacă, also one of Romania’s key skeptics of the official Covid-19 narrative, posited:

For three years we have been experiencing a real campaign of mass killing worldwide, either through alleged pandemics and the imminent need to inject untested vaccines that kill people, or through wars that reduce the world’s population, but rearranges international politics, realigns power poles and alters borders. We have lived to witness the production of earthquakes on command, which is actually an attack on Turkey by the greatest of the world who totally disliked being set up by Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, the President of Turkey.

Moreover, his position of neutrality and mediator in the Ukrainian-Russian war deeply disturbed them, especially since Turkey is the second great power from a military point of view within NATO. His position to block Sweden’s accession to NATO, his speech in Davos, as well as the gesture of leaving in the middle of the press conference, defying [World Economic Forum head Klaus] Schwab, did not remain without an echo in the cold world of leaders the world. But, no one thought that people would have to die, so many people, and in such a terrible way. And it’s just a warning, because it wasn’t the most populated area of Turkey.

150 aftershocks of a devastating earthquake, the second larger than the first, without the existence of an epicenter, the area being artificially stimulated, geological weapons having existed for a very long time, being used so far without causing too many casualties, probably for experiments. Now, it has been put into practice.

If we look carefully at the map of Turkey, we will see that it is furrowed by gas and oil pipelines, this being actually one of the goals: their destruction. But, 10 seconds before the occurrence of the so-called earthquake, the Turks closed these pipelines. In addition, 24 hours before the earthquake, 10 countries withdrew their ambassadors from Turkey. 5 days before its occurrence, the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a travel warning for Romanian citizens in Turkey, although there was no danger, as did other countries. By killing people, they served their interests. The maps shown on all the television channels show that there was no epicenter, but a line with thousands of earthquakes. The Turkish secret services are investigating a possible “criminal intervention,” (read an involvement of another state in triggering the first earthquake), what followed later being a chain reaction after the destabilization of the tectonic plates in the region.

Not surprisingly, mainstream media outlets did not report Șoșoacă’s speech, reiterating that earthquakes are natural events, particularly in countries with major fault lines, such as Turkey. Several mainstream “fact-checkers” at places such as USA Today and India Herald have also dismissed claims that globalists used technology to cause the deadly quakes.

“Nobody has the ability to intentionally create a large earthquake with any degree of certainty,” said Rachel Abercrombie, a seismologist at Boston University cited by USA Today. “Various human activities — such as building large water reservoirs and fracking and waste-water injection related to hydrocarbon extraction and geothermal energy projects — can induce earthquakes, but never as large as this.”

Similarly, USA Today quoted Jonathan Stewart, an environmental engineering professor at the University of California in Los Angeles, who claimed that induced earthquakes do not reach magnitudes above the mid-5 range, whereas the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria were much stronger.

Nonetheless, technologies that can trigger earthquakes do exist, with their origins traceable to the late 19th century, when experiments staged by Nikola Tesla at his New York laboratory undermined a building’s stability and threatened to bring it down. Based on this fact, some (such as Șoșoacă) have claimed that if the recent earthquakes were man-made, the party likely responsible for them would be the HAARP facility in Alaska.

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Author: HP McLovincraft

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