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$5.3 Billion Spent on Direct Energy Weapons in 2022 – Is The New Age of “Climatic Warfare” Here? (michelchossudovsky.substack.com)

Michel Chossudovsky is an award-winning author, Professor of Economics (emeritus) at the University of Ottawa, Founder and Director of the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG), Montreal, and the Founder and Editor of Global Research.

Professor Chossudovsky has been covering the subject of energy weapons being developed by Government sources for over 2 decades now. In 2007 he published an article on “weather warfare” in The Ecologist, where he used the term “Climatic Warfare.” See:

Beware the US military’s experiments with climatic warfare

He also has a Substack page now, where he has recently published some articles on direct energy weapons (DEWs). He reports that DEWs are a “$5.3 Billion dollar business (2022) which is slated to increase to $12.9 Billon dollars by 2027.”

So DEWs are not conspiracy theories. They are real, and $billions are being spent on them, mostly by our U.S. Government using American taxpayer funds.

Along with traditional defense contractors such as Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Boeing, and many others who are developing DEWs, Big Tech is becoming a major recipient of Defense Department contracts as well, and Elon Musk currently has the most satellites in orbit, many funded and used by the U.S. Military and their new military branch of service, Space Force, started by Donald Trump during his term as U.S. President.

Amazon.com has also been awarded $billions in contracts to put hardware into space.

This is where the REAL danger lies with Big Tech, and not the AI hype that they want people to believe and that is now getting all the attention (allegedly) in Washington D.C.

When you constantly see Elon Musk’s face appear in photos with heads of state, such as his alleged upcoming visit with Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, don’t be fooled into believing that they are just talking about all the dangers AI presents to mankind, or opening up new Tesla plants.

More than likely directed energy weapons and the ongoing arms race in space is the hot topic on the ticket, and Elon Musk currently has the best products on the market for this, with thousands of satellites with his SpaceX company already in orbit.

‘Climatic warfare’ has been excluded from the agenda on climate change.

What do you think?

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quantguacamole
quantguacamole
9 months ago

What’s interesting about the DEW not used for climate warfare is that most of them are not directly lethal but they can kill people in the long run (Like the Targeted Individuals) or they can kill instantly the Covid vaccinated with high level of Graphene in the body.

DEWs are generally inefficient on the battlefield where you must kill the enemy as fast as possible so if the government invest heavily in DEW, those are to be used mostly against its own citizens.

rick
rick
8 months ago

Presidents have spoken about geoengineering technology in the past.

Theres a conspiracy that Nikola Tesla invented a D.E.W. and tested in Siberia, i.e. Tunguska event. When Nikola died, the FBI raided his apartment and confiscated all his documentation relating to this weapon.

It is old tech masked as new? Refined over the years … imagine how deadly it can be today? I have no doubt they can zap any single person in the world with Elon’s skynet.

Last edited 8 months ago by rick