Asteroid Strikes Colombia in 2009 and asteroid strikes US in 2011 - American Media Buries It! Why???

*** They have messed with the videos, so go to the link below and visit them there, since they still work over at that link.  Sorry about that but there is clearly a black out on space debri since about 2010 and its just as bad now, you can find nothing on what is going on when before you could.  Even amateurs are no longer providing info like they used to.  

Vatic Note:  Since this was first reportered,  we have had other meteors that have crashed into the earth, but more importantly an increase in them crashing into Jupiter, Uranus, and Saturn, due to their size and gravitational pull, so we are lucky to have those guys out there protecting our flank.  This one for instance just happened and was the size of a minivan.   Something that big could not be ignored by the MSM, so they had to cover it, but did not dig into the increases and other meteors that have hit across the globe. Then there was this one in nov 2011, and it was parts of an asteroid, big one.  This blog goes with the one just published after this one was published, titled "Huge List of Planet X Stories Dating Back to the 50s!"  We put this one up first, in order to put them in order, so its the first blog when you enter the site, and this is the second blog and I believe there is more info not being shared than they are telling us.  Many of the meteor watch sites have been inactive since about 2010 and there used to be a ton of them, but now they have mostly stopped reporting. 

We published on this blog that it should not be as bad this time around because the dark star is coming from the south, but its the planets the powers that be are more worried about, since they may contain life that they might not want to deal with as previous adversaries.  That was from another blog based on ancient writings, so I have no idea how true that is.  Anyway,  a coincident with the previous blog ?  How much do they PTB know that they are not telling us.  Based on the research, I suspect its a lot.  Get prepared and if nothing happens well, nothing lost, but if it does happen and you do not prepare, all is lost.  Just a heads up warning. 


By: Lucus & Floyd Anderson
Date: 2010-09-06

Such a colossal event, so little media coverage.
Around 3:10PM Sunday afternoon residents of Colombia were awestruck when the clear sky was cracked open by a massive fireball that exploded upon impact leaving a 300 foot wide crater and a lot of rattled nerves.
This is not the first time this year that an impact event has been underreported.

Colombia: 'Giant fireball' was a meteorite
Monday, 06 September 2010 07:56  
Kirsten Begg

Colombian authorities confirmed that a "giant fireball" that fell from the sky in the Santander department, central Colombia, was a meteorite.

The Colombian media has been buzzing with eye witness accounts of the fireball, which caused a massive explosion at 3:15PM local time Sunday.

Andina.com reported that Bucaramanga Mayor Fernando Vargas confirmed that the phenomenon was a meteorite that left a crater 100 meters in diameter when it crashed into the earth in the San Joaquin municipality in Santander.
As I started writing this article the top story on CNN was "Dragon Con takes America by storm", on MSNBC the top story was "Obama assails GOP at Labor Day rally", and on FOX it was "Obama takes aim at economic woes - and GOP foes". I looked on each of their websites and not a peep about the impact event in Colombia.
When an object strikes the planet and leaves a huge crater, is it not worthy of western news coverage? Is this event not one of the BIGGER stories in recent times?
Did you know that an asteroid hit Mexico back in February and received no mainstream American media coverage? Here's a little snippet for you.
Reports are a bit sketchy right now, but apparently a bright flaming object was seen coming down about 100 miles northeast of Mexico City on Wednesday around 18:30 local time. There was a roar that was loud enough to shake buildings. Another news article is reporting a crater 30 meters in diameter was found.

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1 comment:

American Action Report said...

I had an experience like that during the late 1970's. As my cousin, his wife, and I were driving from Sumter to Columbia one night, a fireball passed overhead and zoomed toward the horizon, reminding me of a similar highway scene from the movie "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" (then a recent movie). We could see the explosion beyond the horizon.
The next day, I read in the papers that a giant meteorite had hit near Augusta, Georgia. I didn't see how it was possible for us to have seen a meteorite crash from 150 miles away, and I've wondered about it ever since.