That Oklahoma tornado: Act of God? or playing God.

Insomniac at 2 AM. Watching a video by a former TV weatherman that perfectly captures the feeling I had as I watched the sky between Newark (where I had been unaccountably routed from Seattle!) back to Indy — incredible numbers of parallel chemtrails high, and hazy.

“There is no such thing as natural weather today. There hasn’t been for 30 years.”

And, of course, the tornado coverage, MSM media salivating for more victims’ stories, more stories of heroism, more distractions that keep those who still haven’t stripped off their sheeple suits fired up with fear.

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2 Responses to That Oklahoma tornado: Act of God? or playing God.

  1. “There is no such thing as natural weather today. There hasn’t been for 30 years.”

    “Well twinkle my nose! Neither is there any such thing as natural beauty. There hasn’t been for THREE THOUSAND eternities.”

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