Former Raytheon employee turned whistleblower Eric Hecker joined the popular Patrick Bet-David podcast this week to warn the world about some military-industrial complex secrets.
Hecker began the interview by describing his background and how he came to work for one of the world’s most powerful weapons manufacturers.
Originally working as a plumber, the whistleblower was working for high-class clients who would sometimes use him as some sort of “getaway driver” when they wanted to leave a location.
Eventually, Hecker ended up getting a job with Raytheon as a plumbing and heating specialist and was sent to Antarctica.
After speaking with several scientists stationed at the South Pole, it became clear to Hecker that there was directed energy weapon research being done under the guise of a scientific project.
He told Bet-David there are “Directed energy weapons platforms operating under the false pretenses of science. That’s what’s actually going on at the South Pole Station. There are technologies and weapons-grade technologies on this planet that the average citizen cannot even begin to wrap their brains around. And that’s why I’m speaking out. That’s my motivation is that we the people of this planet are obligated to leave it better than we found it for our children and if we have no idea the disaster we were handed, we’re not in a position to rectify the problem.”
🚩 (1/2) Raytheon Whistleblower Says ‘Directed Energy Weapons’ Capable of Starting Earthquakes Are Running in Antarctica
“Directed energy weapons platforms operating under the false pretenses of science. That’s what’s actually going on at the South Pole Station. There are… pic.twitter.com/r9FIfGEZen
— Chief Nerd (@TheChiefNerd) November 15, 2023
Later, Hecker claimed a device called, “the IceCube Neutrino Detector,” caused two accidental earthquakes in Christchurch, New Zealand, in its first time being tested.
Once the powers that be harnessed the earthquake technology, nations were reportedly threatened if they didn’t cooperate with certain global agendas.
Turkey was allegedly a nation that tried to buck the system and was subsequently hit with an engineered earthquake.
Infowars questioned whether technologies were used to create the Turkey earthquake soon after it wreaked havoc on the country.