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Volcanoes could erupt in Italy very soon!
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Neil Obstat said:
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This news article was written to cover up the collapsing Italian banks and the Italian bank runs.

Certainly if Campi Flegrei (“burning fields”) erupts catastrophically, the collapsing Italian banks and the Italian bank runs will be covered up most completely, like Pompeii was covered up.



If this happened, it would be all part of Elites plan. They can create disasters', even using nukes,  to cover up the collapsing Italian banks.
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Report: Supervolcano that could kill millions of Europeans ready to blow

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A European supervolcano that erupted two thousand years ago is showing signs of new activity near Italy. When the volcano erupted two thousand years ago, an estimated 1,500 people near the Roman city of Pompeii were smothered in bouts of lava and dark clouds of ash. Mount Vesuvius has lain dormant for far too long. According to experts, it’s beginning to show signs of “reawakening.” If it were to go today, hundreds of thousands, possibly millions of people would be affected. The name of the supervolcano today is Campi Flegrei. It waits under Naples in Italy. If it went off, black ash clouds could block out the sun for months.

Dr. Luca De Siena is a Geophysics professor at the University of Aberdeen. He has been leading research on the supervolcano and following it’s activity. The last time Campi Flegrei erupted was in 1538. This was a small eruption event. After eight days of spewing lava and billowing out black clouds, a new mountain, Monte Nuovo, was formed. New activity reported in the area suggests that another small eruption could be up and coming. There’s also the threat of a big event, like the one that occurred two thousand years ago during Roman times.

“In case of a big one, it could affect our chances to live in Europe, immediately killing hundreds of thousands if not millions,” warns Dr. Luca De Siena.

Posted Feb 15, 2017, 2:34 am
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They need to evacuate right now and should have been already since last year. Not everyone in the area could get away safely once the volcano erupts, as I even learned from a documentary about Mt. Vesuvius and Pompeii several years ago. I would not be surprised if Rome got affected in some way too.
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