The Spotlight on America #30

 

 

 

 

 

La Palma’s Volcanic Eruption Is Going Strong 3 Weeks Later

 

Latest Rumor: Earthquakes Around Volcano Appear Artificially Made

Posted By: GeorgeEaton
Date: Saturday, 23-Oct-2021 15:08:21
www.rumormill.news/185286

 

(Note: Caution, take the following report with a grain of salt. We have no way of knowing how the earthquake reporting grid works. And reporting earthquakes in grids on the earth could be simply magnified to appear aligned in each geographical area. I find the idea of a created earthquake in this manner to be bizarre and nearly unbelievable since the grid pattern would be noticeable by the public. With this in mind, read the report with a skeptical mind. GE)

10/22/21
by Hal turner
The volcanic eruption which began on the Island of LaPalma in the Canary Islands, Atlantic Ocean, off the northwest coast of Africa seems to be getting some help: artificial help to make it WORSE! Evidence below:

When the Cumbre Viejo volcano on La Palma began erupting on September 10, it immediately became the focus of intense attention because that island is the only place in the world which can generate a Tsunami wave, which is capable of literally destroying the entire east coast of North America.

Back in the 1990’s several scientists closely studied and even went inside the then-dormant volcano and found that the entire southwest flank had become unstable and could slide into the Atlantic Ocean. That unstable land mass is the size of the island of Manhattan, NYC, and would generate a tsunami wave.

Computer models showed the tsunami would begin hitting the US east coast within 7 to 8 hours, and would smash almost all the major cities, with a wall of water 30 meters to fifty meters high. That would mean a wave 100-164 FEET tall, lasting 5 to 45 minutes as it flooded 12-15 miles inland.

As interest in the eruption grew, people starting paying closer attention to what was taking place there.

Tonight, that attention has paid off.

ause a calamity which wipes out a slew of people who would no longer be able to claim welfare, Medicare or Medicaid? Think of how many people on the east coast, who have paid into Social Security for years, wouldn’t be alive to claim any benefits! Big savings for the US government!

Even more enticing for some of the government control freaks, it would be the perfect excuse to implement nationwide Martial Law when all the big bank headquarters got demolished, and the business capital of the country was destroyed, allowing the government to justify their takeover of . . . everything.

Or how about this: The tsunami happens, it kills the estimated 65 million that FEMA thinks could die in such a cataclysm, so the government goes to the bankers and says, the country is wrecked, we have no hope at all of paying our $28 TRILLION national debt; we need debt forgiveness . . . . and they get the slate wiped clean so they can start the whole shebang all over again!

Whatever is going on on La Palma, may have begun naturally, but as of 11:45 PM eastern US time on Friday, October 22, 2021, it now clearly looks as though some type of man-made attack is taking place.

It LOOKS like somebody wants a lot of Americans dead.

Here is a DIRECT LINK to the EMSC Earthquake map. You can verify these findings yourself by going to LaPalma, then zooming in.
direct link: https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/Map/gmap.php

source:
https://halturnerradioshow.com/index.php/en/news-page/world/bulletin-evidence-that-lapalma-earthquakes-are-artificial-attack

 

 

 

Dozens Of Top Nuclear Scientists With “Highest Security Clearances” Being Fired From Los Alamos Lab After Vax Mandate

Tyler Durden's Photo

BY TYLER DURDEN
TUESDAY, OCT 19, 2021

A last Friday deadline for Los Alamos National Lab employees to get vaccinated has come and gone, with a judge on the same day denying a request by 114 employees there to block the nuclear lab’s vaccine mandate from taking effect.

In the last days the employees, including top nuclear engineers and scientists, have literally taken to the streets outside the lab, protesting the mandate which orders them to get their first dose of the Covid vaccine or face termination.

Concerning the lawsuit filed by the employees, The Hill wrote earlier that “Workers at the New Mexico laboratory, which created the atomic bomb, filed a lawsuit claiming that exemptions to the mandate have been denied without proper justification.”

Via Los Alamos National Laboratory/Flickr

Specifically the workers, among them dozens of scientists, are pushing back against federal contractor Triad National Security LLC, which runs the lab under contract of the US Department of Energy.

It’s unclear if any have been fired at this point after the deadline has passed, or if any level of negotiations or understandings are in the process of being reached. The reality is that these employees are seen as immensely valuable to both the advanced nuclear lab and national security, given their government-issued clearance levels.

Local media detailed Monday protests along the main road leading to the lab and outside the entrance as follows:

Some 55 protestors, many of them carrying U.S. flags or signs, gathered on State Route 4 in White Rock at 6 a.m. to get the attention of Los Alamos National Laboratory commuters and others, They were protesting LANL’s policy mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for all employees and the termination or placement in leave without pay status of an undisclosed number of employees by LANL last Friday.

As of Friday LANL officials said 96 percent of employees are fully-vaccinated and an additional 1 percent have had their first dose. Additional protests are being planned in other locations.

Importantly, it appears the bulk of those who face termination are not low-level staffers or new hires, but in many cases scientists and nuclear engineers who have worked at one of America’s most sensitive and advanced defense facilities for decades.

Protesters outside the Los Alamos lab facility on Monday. Source: Los Alamos Reporter

The Associated Press had detailed that “The plaintiffs include scientists, nuclear engineers, project managers, research technicians and others who have some of the highest security clearances in the nation for the work they do.”

Further the report underscored they would be “difficult to replace” in the short term. “Some of the employees who are part of the lawsuit have worked for Los Alamos lab for decades, while others are newer hires who have relocated to New Mexico from other states and countries,” the report added. “Thirty-four of them are named in the lawsuit and 80 have opted to remain anonymous, citing fears of retaliation.”