Why the US Used HAARP Against Japan?

Why the US used HAARP to create the Japan 9.0 magnitude earthquake

Posted by PC Latest news, World newsFriday, May 13th, 2011

Japan’s Honda FCX Clarity. A car that doesn’t use gasoline.

HAARP or High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program is a US military weapon of mass destruction that can alter the weather and create earthquakes anywhere in the World.  On March 11, 2011 HAARP triggered a 9.0 magnitude off the coast of Japan. The epicenter of the earthquake was some 100 klms west of the Ring of Fire Fault line.  This anomaly (earthquake didn’t occur on or near the fault line) plus HAARP induction magnetometer readings of 2.5Hz (signature frequency of an earthquake) being broad casted and recorded is evidence of a HAARP created earthquake.

Why would the US attack Japan using HAARP?  Japan is producing vehicles that don’t use any gasoline – not a drop.  No gasoline means zero emissions and zero oil revenue.  The US attacked Iraq and Libya for one reason only – OIL!  Why spend $trillions on wars of terror to seize control of the oil in the Middle East if the demand would drop drastically with the introduction of vehicles that uses zero gasoline?

The US used HAARP in an attack against Japan to protect its financial interests in the Middle East.  The Japan Earthquake was created to kill the production of Japan’s all-electric and hydrogen fueled cars.  Cars like the hydrogen fueled car – the Honda FCX Clarity.

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