Weather Disasters (Take III)

Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, August 2005.

Hurricane Ike, Galveston, September 2008

“Tornado”? Unnamed, undocumented by local news, Rural East Texas April 2019
Another ‘severe storm’ expected tonight.  A month of ‘tornadoes’ through our region, which we chose precisely because it was: ‘North of hurricane zone and south of tornado alley’.  Not anymore.

I’m still at a loss for words. But don’t worry, not for long.  Let’s let the photos speak for themselves, for now.  East Texas is being weather bombed, while the local news sugar coats and bypasses. Consider me PISSED OFF.

No deaths, but considerable fear, chaos, lies and destruction.  Just what the perfect non-lethal globalist warfare mongers strive for the most.

Author: KenshoHomestead

Creatively working toward self-sufficiency on the land.

One thought on “Weather Disasters (Take III)”

  1. omg!! look what they did to your trees! We started to get rain. the planes came and took it away. now i know where they took it..That is so sad. That destruction. I am sorry you were bombed. They call it bomb cyclone which never existed before. the only word that is correct is the bomb from an airplane. Every bit of damage is man made. every death from storms again is man made. it amounts to murder. murder of people. animals, wiping out property by design. I am so sorry you were targeted.

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