Feds Spy on Anti-Frack Groups + NEWS

The InterceptFederal Agents Went Undercover To Spy on Anti-Fracking Movement, Emails Reveal

” . . . The emails further show that police monitored Keep it in the Ground participating groups such as 350.org, Break Free Movement, Rainforest Action Network, and WildEarth Guardians, while relying upon intelligence gathered by Anadarko, one of the largest oil and gas producers in the region.

” . . . In 2011, an executive with Anadarko boasted that his company was deploying military-like psychological warfare techniques to deal with the “controversy that we as an industry are dealing with,” calling the opposition to the industry “an insurgency.”

Earlier we had reports here of giant cracks and craters in the earth, not in Louisiana. Here’s another one –
Strange Sounds Ground collapses in wheat field in Russia creating enormous crater in the Earth

20 thoughts on “Feds Spy on Anti-Frack Groups + NEWS

  1. Active Volcano Discovered Under the Great Smoky Mountains
    That not a volcano it a magma chamber beneath Mount LeConte

    magma chamber definition
    A magma chamber is a large underground pool of liquid rock found beneath the surface of the Earth. The molten rock in such a chamber is under great pressure, and given enough time, that pressure can gradually fracture the rock around it creating outlets for the magma.

    High On LeConte

    Mount Leconte Blast Radius


    Is Chattanooga Shale in Tennessee Really a Volcanic Ash-Fall Deposit?

  2. Micro earthquakes from a hurricane

    Rock You Like a Hurricane: Watch Sandy Shake the US
    This report was in 2013
    Hurricane Sandy’s fateful left turn toward the mid-Atlantic Coast in October last year lit up earthquake monitors all the way to Seattle, according to results presented at the Seismological Society of America’s

    Sandy Shook US Like an Earthquake
    November 12, 2012

  3. Documentary film on TV about a 80 years Dam in East Tennessee

    Heartland Series For The Greater Good: behind the scenes of Heartland collaboration
    Jul 21, 2016: To mark the 80th anniversary of the completion of Norris Dam, WBIR will air an hour-long special “For The Greater Good.” Mary Scott discusses the collaboration with Heartland Series creator Steve Dean as well as reporters Michael Crowe and

    A hour long video on July 28, a 7:00 pm on WBIR.com channel 10 TV.
    Building Norris Dam 2 river 3,000 homes 14,000 people would vanish from the landscape for the greater good

    Norris Dam Height 265 feet (81 m) Length 1,860 feet (570 m)

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