I think it might be a bit of a stretch blaming the 2004 Asian tsunami on TPTB (but if someone can come up with a reason why I should believe that) on, but the rest of it is undeniable.http://beforeitsnews.com/story/1548/401/The_False_Flags_That_Stole_Christmas.html
Christmas terror hysteria started with our bungling shoebomber on Dec. 22, 2001 which first further ratcheted up the ridiculous airport security frenzy starting after 9/11. In 2002 the season's hysteria was seemingly justified when 5 Arab men were reported to have crossed over from Canada en route to setting off a mini-nuke in NYC. That made things pleasant.
Then in 2003 the hysteria was built on a supposed confession from the middle east that they were going to bomb Las Vegas during the holidays, if you remember that one. On Dec. 26, 2004 came the horrific, and suspicious, Indonesian earthquake and tsunami that dominated everyone's thoughts and broke our hearts during the holidays. December 2005 there was a supposed threat on a Wyoming refinery, and Dec. 2006 they told us there was a terrorist hand grenade threat on a Chicago mall