Exposed: Japan Earthquake A HAARP Prank Gone Wrong

Houses are seen destroyed after an earthquake in Mashiki, Kumamoto prefecture, southern Japan Saturday, April 16, 2016. A powerful earthquake struck southern Japan early Saturday, barely 24 hours after a smaller quake hit the same region. (Ryosuke Uematsu/Kyodo News via AP) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT
Houses seen destroyed after an earthquake in Southern Japan

Gakona, AK –Earthquakes have rattled the island country of Japan since its birth. So it was no surprise to hear that two fatal earthquakes struck recently tragically killing many. But is there something more sinister behind Saturday’s earthquakes?

The  High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program or HAARP, is believed to be able to control weather patterns and other geological phenomena with its vast worldwide antenna array. The internet hacker group Anonymous has released emails from the HAARP facility in Alaska saying that HAARP workers caused the earthquake as a prank on fellow Japanese scientists, but it got out of hand.

In the emails received at The Fazzler from Anonymous, Dr. Jim Bateman appears to be at fault for the earthquakes. The damning email that Dr. Bateman sent to colleagues explaining his mistake is proof of his guilt.

The following exerpts are from Dr. Bateman’s email.

“Oh my God dude, I didn’t mean it! I accidentally pushed the increase magnitude button. It’s the pills they give us man, I can’t sit still.”

“Maybe we can just give them some normal weather and a get well soon card?”

“What am I going to do, I killed all of those people! I got to go, security is coming”.

In our inquiries, HAARP denies that there is a Dr. Jim Batemam working at any of their facilities. They deny any wrongdoing and claim the emails as being falsified.

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