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Indian Ocean Tsunami. Why did the Information Not Get Out?

by Michel Chossudovsky

December 26, 2004

One of the most destructive and powerful earthquakes in recorded history, more than a quarter of a million recorded deaths, local economies destroyed, the lives of entire communities shattered, and no serious investigation into the flaws of the global seismic warning system is contemplated.
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10th Anniversary of Deadly Tsunami; U.S. Unacknowledged Culpability Lingers On

This planet is more than just 4 billion years old, and it’s already stable and not subject to “rough rides” in any way.

The whole system is self-regulating, so that natural disasters don’t just happen. They are all artificially induced.

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