Haiti/Chile EarthQuake H.A.A.R.P 2010 | via @FIRETOWN // @classyvixenart @rockingjude #haarp

Haiti/Chile EarthQuake H.A.A.R.P 2010

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Now that I realize how important it is to examine all avenues, HAARP is once
again interesting to me:

A Haiti disaster relief scenario had been
envisaged at the headquarters of US Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) in Miami one day
prior to the earthquake.

The holding of pre-disaster simulations pertained to the impacts of a hurricane in Haiti. They were held on January 11.
(Bob Brewin,  Defense
launches online system to coordinate Haiti relief efforts (1/15/10) —
, complete text of article is contained in Annex)

The Defense Information Systems Agency
(DISA), which is under the jurisdiction of the Department of Defense (DoD), was
involved in organizing these scenarios on behalf of US Southern

Defined as a “Combat Support Agency”, DISA has a mandate to provide IT and
telecommunications, systems, logistics
services in support of the US military. (See
DISA website: Defense Information Systems

On the day prior to the earthquake, “on Monday [January 11, 2010], Jean
Demay, DISA’s technical manager for the agency’s Transnational Information
Sharing Cooperation project, happened to be at the headquarters of the
U.S. Southern Command in Miami preparing for a test of the system in a scenario
that involved providing relief to Haiti in the wake of a hurricane.”

(Bob Brewin, op cit, emphasis added)

The Transnational Information Sharing Cooperation project (TISC) is a
communications-information tool which  “links non-government organizations
with the United States [government and military] and other nations for tracking,
coordinating and organizing relief efforts”.(Government IT Scrambles To Help
Haiti, TECHWEB January 15, 2010).

The TISC is an essential component of the militarization of emergency relief.
The US military through DISA oversees the information – communications system
used by participating aid agencies. Essentially, it is a communications sharing
system controlled by the US military, which is made available to approved
non-governmental partner organizations. The Defense Information Systems Agency
also “provides bandwidth to aid organizations involved in Haiti relief

There are no details on the nature of the tests conducted on January 11 at
SOUTHCOM headquarters.

DISA’s Jean Demay was in charge of coordinating the tests. There are no
reports on the participants involved in the disaster relief scenarios.

One would expect, given DISA’s mandate, that the tests pertained to
simulating communications. logistics and information systems in the case of a
major emergency relief program in Haiti.

The fundamental concept underlying DISA’s Transnational Information Sharing
Cooperation project (TISC) is  to “Achieve Interoperability With
Warfighters, Coalition Partners And NGOs” (Defense Daily, December 19, 2008)

Upon completing the tests and disaster scenarios on January 11, TISC was
considered to be, in relation to Haiti, in “an advanced stage of
readiness”. On January 13, the day following the earthquake, SOUTHCOM took the
decision to implement the TISC system, which had been rehearsed in Miami two
days earlier:

“After the earthquake hit on Tuesday [January 12, 2010], Demay said
SOUTHCOM decided to go live with the system. On [the following
day] Wednesday [January 13, 2010], DISA opened up its All Partners Access Network, supported by
the Transnational Information Sharing Cooperation project, to any organization
supporting Haiti relief efforts.

The information sharing project, developed with backing from both SOUTHCOM
and the Defense Department’s European Command, has been in development for three
years. It is designed to facilitate multilateral collaboration between
federal and nongovernmental agencies.

Demay said that since DISA set up a Haiti Humanitarian Assistance and
Disaster Relief Community of Interest on APAN on Wednesday [the day following
the earthquake], almost 500 organizations and individuals have joined,
including a range of Defense units and various nongovernmental organizations and
relief groups.
Brewin, Defense launches online system to coordinate Haiti relief efforts
(1/15/10) — GovExec.com
emphasis added)

DISA has a
Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) Field Office
in Miami. Under the Haiti Disaster
Emergency Program initiated on January 12, DISA’s mandate is described as part
of a carefully planned military operation:

DISA is providing US Southern Command with information capabilities
which will support our nation in quickly responding to the critical situation in
Haiti,” said Larry K. Huffman, DISA’s Principal
Director of Global Information Grid Operations. “Our experience in providing
support to contingency operations around the world postures us to be responsive
in meeting USSOUTHCOM’s requirements.”

DISA, a Combat Support Agency, engineers and [sic] provides command and
control capabilities and enterprise infrastructure to continuously operate and
assure a global net-centric enterprise in direct
support to joint warfighters, National level
leaders, and other mission and coalition partners across the full spectrum of
operations. As DoD’s satellite communications
leader, DISA is using the Defense Satellite Communications System to provide
frequency and bandwidth support to all organizations in the Haitian relief
This includes Super High Frequency missions that are providing
bandwidth for US Navy ships and one Marine Expeditionary Unit that will arrive
shortly on station to provide medical help,
security, and helicopters among other support. This also includes all satellite
communications for the US Air Force handling round-the-clock air traffic control
and air freight operations at the extremely busy Port-Au-Prince Airport. DISA is
also providing military Ultra High Frequency channels and contracting for
additional commercial SATCOM missions that
greatly increase this capability for relief efforts. (DISA -Press
, January 2010, undated, emphasis added)

In the immediate wake of the earthquake, DISA played a key supportive role to
SOUTHCOM, which was designated by the Obama administration as the de facto “lead
agency” in the US Haitian relief program. The underlying system consists in
integrating civilian aid agencies into the
of an advanced communications information system controlled by the US military.

“DISA is also leveraging a new technology in Haiti that is already linking
NGOs, other nations and US forces together to track, coordinate and better
organize relief efforts” (Ibid)

Related article

Militarization of Emergency Aid to Haiti: Is it a Humanitarian Operation or an

– by Michel Chossudovsky – 2010-01-15

Michel Chossudovsky is Professor of Economics (Emeritus) at the University of
Ottawa and Director of the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG)
(Montreal), which hosts the award-winning website: www.globalresearch.ca. He
is the author of the international best-seller
Globalisation of Poverty and The New World Order

and contributor to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. He is member of the Kuala
Lumpur War Crimes Commission and recipient of the Human Rights Prize of the
Society for the Protection of Civil Rights and Human Dignity (GBM), Berlin,
Germany. His writings have been published into more than twenty languages.

Michel Chossudovsky’s books can be ordered directly from Global



wow. cva… we were right! omg omg! search the archives i want credit for calling this one correctly! #Spacemonkey. love ya chickie! #science


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