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California gov. Jerry Brown’s plan to destroy the Oroville dam with HAARP weather stopped at last minute

Friday, February 17, 2017 1:33
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Dam Disaster Averted (or derailed) in California

The article has links to 2 bulletins (1957 and 1965) from the State of California Dept. of Water Resources  on weather modification.

Dr. Leuren Moret says, “Both of the bulletins are about weather modification experiments (had to be US Navy/HAARP) in Calif., where, how, when. This ties Edmund Brown to development of HAARP/Weather modification in Calif., and now Jerry Brown to the execution of those technologies to take down Calif. so Rothschilds/Getty’s could steal the agricultural land. Gavin Newsom, a Getty heir, is due to be the next Gov. of Calif, so they are lining up the NWO in the capitol.

Over 50% of the CA dams/reservoirs are in dangerous condition.

It all fits together.

We had no rain last night. A phone call made that storm disappear after the evacuation, and I think that evacuation wrecked Brown’s plan to destroy Oroville dam with HAARP weather. We also helped inform the public about the false flag, and so they had to step back… too many people were catching on.”

MORE:   http://flyingcuttlefish.wordpress.com/2017/02/16/dam-disaster/

 

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