Not only was Florida devastated by Hurricane Irma, but Cuba was as well.
Cuba was struck by the hurricane with windspeeds around 185 miles per hour, slowing it down before it hit Florida. It struck around 9 pm on Friday, the first Category 5 storm to hit Cuba in over 80 years. The major city of Havana suffered from severe flooding albeit hundreds of miles from where the hurricane first hit.
Few parts of Cuba were safe. 5 feet of water flooded low lying parts of Havana, with its historic district still flooded days later.
According to the LA Times:
Alberto Flores Garcia, 77, was crushed to death by a utility pole uprooted by hurricane winds.
Yolendis Castillo Martinez, 27, died when a balcony damaged by the storm collapsed onto the bus she was riding in.
Hurricane Irma killed at least 10 people during the 72 hours that it battered Cuba, damaging nearly every region of the island nation and leaving parts of Havana’s picturesque historic district still underwater Monday, authorities said.”
For the sake of investigating the recent hurricanes and their potential to have been geoengineered, one would have to wonder why some entity would want to destroy an area with a hurricane. To some it doesn’t make sense that the US and allies would stir up hurricanes to strike their own land, in Texas or Florida. However, when one sees the benefits of crisis for certain entities, it might make more sense.
It makes even more sense knowing Cuba got struck hard by Hurricane Irma.
Perhaps Texas was struck because of the culture of gun ownership. People theorizing about weather warfare note Iranand North Korea both suffer from severe and unexplainable drought (which the President of Iran accused the US of engineering with weather warfare in 2012), therefore it appears weather warfare is already ongoing.
Trump’s Army secretary Mark Esper was the Vice President of Raytheon, a “defense contractor” very heavily involved with geoengineering (particularly the HAARP-type facilities and the waves they generate).
In mid June, President Trump vowed to again treat the government of Cuba with hostility, resuming a Cold War era level of opposition to the government. He announced that trade and travel restrictions would again be implemented with the country.
“I am canceling the last administration’s completely one-sided deal with Cuba,” Trump said.
“They made a deal with a government that spread violence and instability in the region and nothing they got, think about it, nothing they got, they fought for everything and we just didn’t fight hard enough, but now, those days are over,” he continued. “We now hold the cards. The previous administration’s easing of restrictions of travel and trade does not help the Cuban people. They only enrich the Cuban regime.”
For what real reason is Trump’s administration in conflict with the Cuban government?
Cuba appears to be aligned with the Central/South American countries that have historically not taken kindly to the wars started by the US and its coalition. This can be gathered from the June 2017 headline “Cuba and Nicaragua Confirm Support for Venezuela at UN.”
Articles about the Cuban disaster even sounded condescending, one from The Fairfield Citizen sporting the headline “Cuba’s decrepit buildings no match for Hurricane Irma”
We may not know every detail of what is going on, but with discernment and balance we can try and piece it together.