Nick Kollerstrom — Terror on the Tube Oct 16, 2017
Does this remind you of the 9/11 event at all?
The film Geostorm is due to be released on 20th October.
Weird fires 10 October Santa Rosa & Northern CA Fires DEFY THE LAWS of PHYSICS – ‘Truth Warriors.’ Witnesses Confirm California Fires Not Natural! Weather Weapons Used!
On 9th October, aplanetruth.info wrote:
At 1 am last night 60 separate explosive fires like never before seen hit Sonoma and Napa Counties up to Mendocino County. Around 11:30 pm last night winds began to swirl out of nowhere. There was no weather event predicted or forecast. At 1 am over 60 fires combusted but there was no lightning, and no warning. Mass evacuations in the middle of the night took place. many running out of gas heading West to the coast, since north 101 at Santa Rosa and East to Napa were on fire. This is Geo TErrorism, as evidenced by Hurricanes Harvery, Irma and Maria and Nate and now fires from the sky in the middle of the night out of nowhere. Hurricane Harvey came at 1:30 am and was downgraded to tropical storm and then the dams were opened to “flush the toilet” Here in N. CA, it’s burn, baby burn…. Are these fires being used to fuel more weather storm creations to the West? as Denver is today being hit with a large snowstorm? (Link given has been deleted)
inTruthbyGrace: ‘The entire building disappears. There’s absolutely nothing left … The melting-points of glass and steel are double those of house fires’ Everything’s gone but the trees .. very, very little debris .. where’s the stuff that was in these houses? She comments on the ‘weird fires’ that are still burning, then quotes Dr Judy Wood on ‘weird fires’ on 9/11.
60 GeoEngineered Fire Storms in Northern California Out of Nowhere aPlaneTruth.info
She tells how, in Sonoma County – ‘The aluminium wheels on cars melted and dripped down driveways like tiny rivers of mercury before hardening. A pile of bottles melded together into a tangle so contorted it looked like a Picasso. Plastic garbage bins were reduced to mere stains on the pavement.
‘Lisa layman, who has lived in Coffey Park for more than two decades and raised a son there, had trouble finding which patch of rubble had been her house. ‘We couldn’t even find the street’ she said, ‘I didn’t recognise anything. It all just looked like junk.’