At 3:48 p.m. March 20, 1980, seismographs in Oregon and Washington all registered an earthquake 20 miles north of Mount St. Helens. A week later, on March 27 the volcano made itself known with an explosion of ash and steam.
Then, on May 18th an earthquake caused a gigantic landslide on the north side of the mountain followed by a devastating blast that caused mudflows, pyroclastic flows, and floods. Almost every living thing in the path of destruction was killed, including at least 60 people.
Was the Mount St. Helens eruption the result of natural forces pluging the volcano's vent as scientists claim? Perhaps. But, our research indicates that the Mount St. Helens eruption was a test carried out by the bushytail horde as part of a bizarre scheme still being played out today.
Patriots, consider this: in all the literature and available information regarding the eruption, there's little or no mention of skwerls. You'll find references to deer, bacteria, fish, even gophers... but not a word about the aboreal terrors that infested the area prior to the big bang. We asked National Forest Service Spokesman, Ranger Bob Woodward, where we might find that information, especially in regard to the number of skwerls eliminated by the event. His response:
"There's no such information or statistics. Besides, no one would be interested in that except for you and your psychotic friends..."
Bob, Bob! Why must you fill our readers' heads with lies? The Forest Service sure seems interested in drooling nutkins everywhere else. And, we note that the Forest Service had no problem observing how that bloated chipmunk wannabe, the Golden Mantled Ground Squirrel (Spermophilus saturatus) moved right back in after the blast...
GOLDEN-MANTLED GROUND SQUIRRELS
click pics to hear their hideous chitters
Patriots, there's no information on the subject because there were no chitterboxes in the vicinity when the volcano blew. They'd evacuated long before... after they rigged the volcano to explode. Why? As part of a long term plan to blackmail the federal government into settinging aside 60 million acres in "roadless" preserves across the country. The threat, to blow up the volcanos running the length of North America's west coast. The payoff? No roads - no squashed skwerls... Don't believe us? Then click on the link below to view the Forest Service's traitorous plan (link opens in new window):