Monday, June 20, 2011

Coast to Coast AM Caller gets a warning for the East Coast

20 comments:

  1. Biggest potential threats I'd say from most to least likely:

    1. Major Riots/Food Shortages with the SHTF from a dollar collapse on East Coast.

    2. Polar Shift 2012 theories resulting in inundation.


    3. Cumbra Vieje MegaTsunami. (not really predictable)

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  2. This is totally WORTHLESS and shouldn't even have been posted by EA. Some moron calls into a radio show to say that his neighbor, a military guy, is moving to Missouri and that the moron should also leave the East Coast...wow, what useful information...NOT!

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  3. Some guy who was "drinking" and could have been "arguing with his wife" (e.g. white trash) has a truckload of freeze dried food and is moving across the Mississippi? OH NOOOOO!!!!! Run!!!!!!!! I wish I could have the 5 minutes of my life back from listening to this.

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  4. I agree this sucked. Most assuredly the banksters are working on another false flag but this kind of hearsay crap is a waste of time.

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  5. About as helpful as that geezer preacher who predicted that a man on a white horsey was going to come flying through the clouds to elevate his sheep into the sky.

    Most assuredly there will be at least one person who heard this and then moved westward. That is just how easily frightened and paranoid we have become.

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  6. WHAT ABOUT THE NEW MADRID FAULT? COULD BE A "WHOLE LOTTA SHAKING GOING ON"???? ALL JOKES
    ASIDE, THIS IS SERIOUS FOLKS!

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  7. The caller sounded like he was in his 30's or 40's. He said his retired neighbor, wife and sons are moving to Missouri. Why didn't this caller speak with sons? I am assuming the son are adult age?

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  8. The only thing that I can think of is that maybe there is a greater likelihood of more nuke plants running into future troubles because of flooding, like in nebraska, (or for that matter earthquakes or tornadoes) and this chap is of the opinion that he does not want to be down wind. But there are lots of people who are trying to move away to more ideal living situations for different reasons. Unfortunately there may be nowhere to hide in the end.

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  9. But then you wouldnt expect someone to move toward tornado alley or where the flooding is now.

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  10. Global Warming - What the Goverment Isn't Telling You

    Google it.

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  11. Haarp is real.

    Before the Japanese quake/tsunami hit the Redshield banksters were forcing their changes on the Japanese prime minister. He refused the changes, was threatened with dire consequences for his country and himself; he got sick (suddenly appeared drunk for days) and died. Days before he was perfectly young and healthy.

    The elite have the power to do things that the common person could not imagine. All without the restraint of morals or the possibility of punishment.

    170 countries signed a treaty at the UN not to use weather-changing tech as a weapon. Why would they do that if it did not exist?

    Record breaking tornados and hurricanes benefit their BS carbon global tax agenda.

    Haarp was used and is being used for the elite's purposes. They punished Japan. They hate Nuclear power because all their chips on on oil dependency. So, two birds with one stone. Both nuclear and oil were obsolete decades ago because of free energy tech which they control.

    99% of the sheeple have no idea that an untouchable cabal of men are pulling all the strings.

    "What people don't understand is that the course of your life is being carefully guided by powerful men that keep themselves concealed" JM

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  12. Wow. This worthless post leave a huge opening for a lot of pointless speculation!

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  13. HAARP may be real but I doubt it is being used to create all the changing weather we are seeing. That is just gullibility. While it may be a weapon of some kind capable of unrealized potential, I'd like to see ANYONE prove that one, much less the elites possessing power that no man can imagine (if thats the case how would you know?).

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  14. HAARP IS real but the endless idiotic schoolkid claims made for it aren't.
    eg HAARP caused the Japan earthquake.
    Really...
    Anyone care to put a figure on the power input needed to create a LF resonant pulse capable of displacing a tectonic plate from the other side of the world? A few GW perhaps at least?
    Now where's my 10 gigawatt flux capacitor ? Oh yeah, in my DeLorean...

    Let's start talking verifiable scientific evidence rather than anecdotal nonsense eh ?
    Unsubstantiated fear and paranoia serves no-one.

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  15. Has anyone seen the video of those nigras tearing up that duncan donuts in new york or those gangs of nigras tearing up that burger king, both are on you tube, this country is going down fast.

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  16. 10:46 - the press always refers to them as a group "young people" Probably a diversity experiment for their multicultural studies class on racial interactions in the fast food environment.

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  17. Oh okay, who is 10:46 douche bag moron?

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  18. After a while E.A. gets bored waiting for the mob riots n mayhem and decides to start some shit HISEF NIGGAH! AWWW JEAH WE BUCK WILDIN' NOW BOI!

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  19. Anonymous CowardJune 25, 2011 at 8:37 PM

    Woooowwww, so much for believing that coast to coast caller's neighbor is going to Missouri for a vacation, I reckon a few of you shall be rethinking your previous dung tossing babble that you spewed forth earlier in this thread huh? YOU WILL SEEE.....yyoouuu wiiilll seeeeeeeeee.......

    http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index1495.htm

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  20. Whenever the woman in your life tells you that you need a bigger house or car than you can afford - buy it. As the US woman know best....

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