ACE REPORTER GRILLS H.A.A.R.P. Official – WATCH HIM SWEAT


CBC News Investigative Reporter GRILLS H.A.A.R.P. Official – Watch As He Denies and Lies and Sweats His Way Through The Interview

Even though it is 10 years old, if ever a video deserved to go viral, it is this one. Please share with as many people as you know.
As a trained professional working in the field of psychology, this H.A.A.R.P. official exhibits many known signs of lying and denial via his body language (watch him partially cover his mouth while talking near the end of this video, for example). He gets especially nervous when this CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Company) reporter asks him about an incriminating H.A.A.R.P. document. He first claims it doesn’t exist. When she tells him that she herself has seen and read the document, he then stammers and suggests he just wasn’t “told” about it by his higher ups. GIVE ME A BREAK!!! I must admit I feel somewhat validated by the fact that even mainstream news is beginning to explore the possibility that H.A.A.R.P. is not what it proclaims to be (a benign “research facility”), but instead, a Direct Energy Weapon that may be used in high tech warfare as a Scalar, Tectonic, Weather, and Direct Energy Weapon via the employment of Tesla Electromagnetic Wave manipulation. Watch the entire video – Former H.A.A.R.P. insiders also confirm that sometimes conspiracy theories may just be conspiracy FACTS.
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2 comments
  1. This documentary is very professional. It is produced by CBC and not CBS. CBC is Canadian Broadcasting Company. Check out their website. Looks like CBC produces real news, although I found nothing on the HAARP documentary and I am presuming that it may be at least 10 years old, particularly because of the computer screens which are the older version and not flat screens we use today. I waited until the very end of the documentary to see the production credit and it is definitely CBC and not CBS. Notice also that the official, when pressed by the broadcast journalist, commented directly: “no … not HAARP in Alaska” which certainly did not exclude other sites such as Pine Gap. He gave a crafty response and was clearly trying to play dodge ball. Good post.

  2. You are correct. It is CBC. I have corrected the error. Thank you for alerting me to this.

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