Author: Joshua Flint

What is happening to this world !? 16.05.2017

Published on May 16, 2017 https://www.facebook.com/Worldofsigns… Creepy Strange weakly events Tornado rolls strange, weather, warning, events, all, over, the, world, storm, thunder, lightning, tornado, rain, disaster, weird, def, earthquake (disaster type), flood (disaster type), eruption, 2017, ww3, extraterrestrial, ufo, strange sounds, space sounds, sounds, mysterious sounds, mystery sounds, strange sound, ghost voices, mysterious sound, sound, hum, skyquake, trumpet sound, trumpet in the sky, weird sounds, audio, funny, can, you, think, you can, system, face, crazy, random, silly, end of the world siberia...

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Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, May 13, 2017 ( Dane Wigington GeoengineeringWatch.org )

Published on May 13, 2017 http://GeoengineeringWatch.org TO READ OR POST COMMENTS ON THIS VIDEO, PLEASE GO DIRECTLY TO THE ARTICLE http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/ge… The societal division between those  who are willing to face the truth, and those who are not, is widening by the day. The power structure is doing all it can to fuel increasing animosity on all sides of of the equation. The truth about vaccination dangers is finally surfacing, this will continue to be a major and growing societal flashpoint. The former president of Merck corporation (the largest vaccine manufacturer in the world) led a secret biowarfare program, should...

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Freak snowfall destroys 100 MILLION pounds of onions in Idaho and Oregon

(Natural News) Onions have been a food staple for over 4,000 years, and with good reason: They’re delicious! The National Onion Association reports that there are fewer than 1,000 onion farmers in the U.S., and they cultivate around 125,000 acres of onions each year. Considering the fact that the average American eats around 20 pounds of these veggies each year, the news that U.S. onion farmers just had to dispose of 100 million pounds of spoiled onions doesn’t look good. These devastating crop losses could very well spell higher prices and reduced supply for all the onion-lovers in the...

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Late winter storms just wiped out the entire wheat crop of western Kansas… are YOU prepared for food disruptions?

(Natural News) A mild winter graced the plains and the Midwest, luring farmers to plant early and causing winter wheat to sprout sooner. As of April 23, a quarter of the Kansas wheat crop had headed, outpacing the five-year average of 17 percent. Everything looked promising. Abundance was predicted, but a larger, unexpected force of nature reared its head and took Western Kansas by surprise. Near the end of April, heavy snow and blizzard conditions descended, pummeling the new wheat crop in Western Kansas. The breadbasket of the nation lost all of its wheat in the northwestern quadrant; 14...

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