… the government always suppresses — TO A GREAT DEGREE — the actual death toll caused by each and every natural disaster that occurs in the USA.
Because, especially where it concerns a highly destructive and genocidal weather calamity such as the purposefully geoengineered OPERATION HURRICANE IAN, there is always a very complex and convoluted criminal conspiracy at work. The geoterrorists listed below were each co-conspirators in this murderous false flag operation; therefore, they all collude to systematically cover up the true death tolls lest the awakening populace get suspicious.
This long established conspiracy network includes the National Weather Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, Federal Bureau of Investigation, the White House, the entire Mainstream Media, as well as the State, County & Municipal Governments and Local Law Enforcement Agencies where the ‘natural disaster’ is perpetrated.
But what’s the big deal?
There must be a high level of close coordination among all of those organs of the U.S. Federal Government, along with the respective states, counties and cities, in order to successfully pull off such a well planned genocide WITHOUT DETECTION.
Were there even a hint of the US government deliberately directing a devastating black operation as they just did with OPERATION HURRICANE IAN, the citizenry would burn down Washington, D.C. by starting an immense bonfire inside the Beltway.
Hurricane Andrew, which barreled through south Florida as a geoengineered hurricane-tornado on August 24, 1992, provides an excellent example of how these conspiratorial plots to suppress death tolls really work.
Striking the Sunshine State just south of Miami with a direct hit on Homestead, FL, the NWO geoengineers basically manufactured an unprecedented weather weapon now known as a hurricane-tornado.
The path of Hurricane Andrew cut a large swath through a low developed but high population density area filled with migrant worker camps, RV parks, manufactured and mobile home parks, tent cities, and other temporary shelters that provided little protection against the fury of a Cat 5 hurricane like Andrew.
Even the higher standard housing throughout the greater Homestead region amounted to nothing more than “a whole bunch of cracker shacks”. The key point here is that very few folks decided to leave the area due to wholly inadequate hurricane reports by the corporate media.
And, yet, today the official death toll for the state of Florida due to Hurricane Andrew stands at a mere 15 fatalities.
This writer has received confirmed reports via government “search and rescue” teams, which were on the ground immediately after Hurricane Andrew left the area, who verified that thousands upon thousands of Florida residents died across the state on that day or shortly thereafter.
Some of those deaths took place during the aftermath of that superstorm because so many folks were literally blown at great distances from where they lived. Other unfortunate individuals were found dead — in trees, ponds, rivers, fields, orchards, cow pastures, etc. — miles away from where Hurricane Andrew had picked them up.
The most conservative estimates by qualified ground personnel and office insiders (read: whistleblowers) who worked that storm put the actual death toll at well above 10,000.
It should be pointed out that this exact same scenario also occurred with another devastating hurricane-tornado aimed at the Florida Panhandle in 2018 a a midterm election October Surprise—Hurricane Michael.
One North Floridian reported, subsequent to taking a two-way bus trip from Tallahassee to Pensacola months after Michael hit, that it looked like someone dropped an atom bomb(s) across an incredibly large area of the devastated Panhandle that never seemed to end.
The critical point is that hundreds if not thousands of North Floridians died during that superstorm as well; and yet the official count remains 43 deaths.
— Intelligence Analyst, Former U.S. Military Officer & Florida Resident
September 30, 2022