These were some of the most The 'Most Elusive' Man in North America 5 months ago   01:38

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From wildfires and hurricanes across America to typhoons in Japan, China and the Philippines, 2018 has seen some of the most extreme weather events in recent memory. Most notable is The Camp Fire in California, which became the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in the state's history to date. Elsewhere in the world, Japan was ravaged by Typhoon Jebi, which is considered to be the strongest one to strike Japan since Typhoon Yancy in 1993.

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420 Lady
Weather manipulation causes changes to the polar vortex (see: https://ai-tube.com/videoai/A3M7pvEtBkb&g=1920f) this is manually done by governments through various means. (see: ship tracks clouds; https://maritime-executive.com/article/ship-emissions-leave-tracks-in-the-clouds, see: chemtrails; http://www.scottishchemtrails.com/2019/, and https://chemtrailsnews.com/, and see: cloud seeding; http://www.weathermodification.com/cloud-seeding.php) Government's cause these extreme weather changes which in turn are the cause of all of these catastrophes around the world. People need to remember that 'The truth is hidden in plain sight' 👀
Damian Matras
It's funny how humans destroy the environment, and then complain about environment destroying their lives. Perfect Crime - Perfect Chaos.
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