- Written by Cyber Mole
15 April 2010 will go down in history as the day Iceland, (the country not the frozen food store), successfully dealt with the creditors who were about to foreclose on this tiny country and evict everyone from that land. In our underground bunkers in the frozen North, our scientists have been risking their lives to bring you this story...
For those not aware, the collapse of the banking system in Iceland led to some countries like the UK government bailing them out with loans, which the Iclandic people in a referendum decided not to pay back!
Well now we know, thanks to one of our special undercover agents, who gave his life to bring this information to light that this volcanic erruption of Eyjafjallajökull which caused the shutdowm of all airspace in Northern Europe and the UK was engineered as a powerplay to tell all of Iceland's creditors to back off or we will shut you down.
How may you ask could such a small country do this?
The answer which cost our agent his life is that Iceland has been secretly developing it's own version of the American High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program. Now HAARP is stated purpose is to analyze the ionosphere and investigate the potential for developing ionospheric enhancement technology for radio communications and surveillance purposes (such as missile detection). But others know different.
Icelandic HAARP Stations Above Glacier
Icelanders have never forgotten the erruption of Laki in 1783 when according to Wikipedia
An estimated 120 mio. tons of sulfur dioxide were emitted: approximately equivalent to three times the total annual European industrial output in 2006, and also equivalent to a Mount Pinatubo-1991 eruption every three days. This outpouring of sulfur dioxide during unusual weather conditions caused a thick haze to spread across western Europe, resulting in many thousands of deaths throughout 1783 and the winter of 1784
Icelandic HAARP Technology
So in 1783 Iceland brought Europe to it's knees, and with it's version of HAARP it has secretly developed the ability to do it once again. Iceland learned from the 1783 eruption of Laki by using it's natural resources it could stand up to the bigger powers of northern Europe.
So in modern times as the forces of Northern Europe ganged up over Iceland's refusal to pay it's debts, the Icelanders have now flexed their muscles to prove, it is not Greece. This time it is just the denial of airspace, tomorrow it could be worse, just like it was in 1783, so back off!!
The worrying thing of course is what the other debter countries could learn from this and how could they use their natural resources to stick it to their creditors who get a bit too impatient.
Once again our special agents are in the field, risking their lives to find out...