Hurricane Gonzalo may have been steered, to make a direct hit on Bermuda, which has not happened for 92 years. Also, in the last week, since the first “Extortion? Protection Racket?” youtube video came out, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) has deleted all information on hurricane weather contracts, from their website. This MAY mean that the CME is aware of the extortion racket, and insider trading, and they are taking steps to hide any evidence from the public. Now is the time for federal regulators, such as the SEC, CFTC, and FBI, to investigate, just exactly WHY did the CME suddenly delete all hurricane weather derivatives information from their public web pages (while still listing hundreds of hurricane options for sale)? It appears they are trying to hide the hurricane futures trading from the public. Both Bermuda, and Japan, seem to be targeted for direct hits from hurricanes, to force them to buy expensive Hurricane protection contracts next year. This is a RICO organized crime, protection, and extortion racket, since these storms are steerable, with current technology.
The first weather derivative deal was in July 1996 when Aquila Energy structured a dual-commodity hedge for Consolidated Edison Co. Weather derivatives slowly began trading over-the-counter in 1997. The Chicago Mercantile Exchange introduced the first exchange-traded weather futures contracts and corresponding options, in 1999. A major early pioneer in weather derivatives was Enron Corporation.
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