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January 24, 2013 By Joseph P. Farrell

Mr. V.T. emailed this one to me, and at first, I didn't think much of it, but there was something in it that caught my eye, and the more I thought about it, the more peculiar I thought it to be. See if you caught what caught my eye:

Dept. of Homeland Security Forced to Release List of Keywords Used to Monitor Social Networking Sites

Now, reading this list, my first reaction was twofold. Firstly, it made a great deal of sense, and was a fairly predictable list of keywords that would be used by computers to do searches and scans of internet posts. It was, from one point of view, eminently reasonable for an agency charged with protecting the public and the infrastructure of the nation from "terrorism" and other threats. Secondly, the list itself was so comprehensive that there clearly was something else implied in it, namely, that merely searching for keywords from this list would've produced an inexhaustible supply of "threats," and that therefore, there clearly had to be algorithms of words used in various combinations and phrases -- i.e., algorithms searching for contexts in which these words occur. After all, one might be posting some blog about the JFK or MLK assassinations, and hence, in order to save analysts' time assessing threats, a further layer of computer programming had to be implied before flagged texts would be brought to the attention of human analysts.

But then I encountered that whole section concerning weather and weather-related disasters and emergencies, and wondered why these would be included. Well, one obvious reason is that such occasions would conceivably, to some maliciously-minded people, constitute "opportunities". So, again, the list made a great deal of sense... but then I had to recall the warning of Clinton Administration Secretary of Defense William Cohen. Here it is best to recall what exactly Secretary Cohen stated:

"Others are engaging even in an eco-type of terrorism whereby they can alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely through the use of electromagnetic waves.

"So there are plenty of ingenious minds out there that are at work finding ways in which they can wreak terror upon other nations. It's real, and that's the reason why we have to intensify our efforts."

William S. Cohen, U.S. Secretary of Defense, 1997[1]

Eco-terrorism... in other words, what the strange list of keywords might also be suggesting is a kind of tenuous  confirmation that there is a persisting concern among U.S. authorities that technologies exist to manipulate such weather and geophysical events. What we might be looking at, in effect, is actually a technology of the detection of the use of such technologies, the simplest kind of "detection" technology of them all, and one long in use by nations: spying on a potential enemy's communications, and whatever dispositions and operations those communications might be revealing. A kind of espionage version of the old DEW line for the detection of the launch of Soviet missiles, only in this case, what is being detected might be something far more cataclysmic. What we might be looking at is tenuous confirmation that we might already be in the midst of a covert "weather war."
See you on the flip side...

[1] Jerry Smith, Weather Warfare: The Military's Plan to Draft Mother Nature(Adventures Unlimited Press, 2006), p. i.  Q.v. transcripts/transcript.aspx?transcriptid=674. See also my Covert Wars and Breakaway Civilizations, p. 213.