Eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano in La Palma, Canary Islands.
In recent days, social networks have become the stage for “volcano deniers” who argue that behind the eruption of Cumbre Vieja there is a human hand.
On social networks there are already deniers of the Cumbre Vieja volcano, which erupted in La Palma, in the Canary Islands. “To me it sounds like something provoked“, wrote in the Twitter a user cited by ABC. “I feel the same way, this is not casual,” replied another.
Conspiracy theorists argue that there is a human hand behind the eruption, although the vast majority do not explain how or why anyone would control a volcano.
“If we look at the photos and videos, the volcano comes out of a slope and not the top, which is where lava from a volcano should come out. Strange… strange… strange… It’s all very orchestrated…”, argues, however, another user, cited by the Observer.
There are also those who blame the American project HAARP (High Frequency Active Aurora Research Program) which investigates the ionosphere, the upper layer of the Earth’s atmosphere, and which is often accused of causing natural disasters.
I am sure that the volcan of La Palma was provoked by HAARP.
— Toráh en España (@Musicolorista) September 20, 2021
Others admit that it may be a strategy “to forget about covid-19”.
Likewise, the diary points out, there are also those who consider that the earthquake felt in australia, on Wednesday, with a magnitude of 5.9, it did not happen by chance.
“In other words, in one of the cities where there are more people on the streets facing the fascism of the Covid Pass [o certificado digital], it turns out that it was shaken by an earthquake. “What a coincidence! But it doesn’t occur to me to think that it was provoked, of course…”, wrote a user, in Twitter.
O sea, en una de las ciudades en las que hay más gente en las calles plantando cara al fascismo del Pass Covid, resulta que es sacudida por un terremoto. Qué casualidades tú! Pero no se me ocurre pensar que lo han provocado claro …
— VIC🎗 (@VictorAleu) September 23, 2021