It's often very interesting to learn the meanings of the names of storms...especially the one of a kind superstorms that seem so popular lately. These storms are often blamed on Global Warming but a growing number of citizens are realizing that weather warfare is a more probable explanation.
I'm sure there is more than one way to profit off of superstorm disasters. Weather derivatives, accomplishing Agenda 21, money from rebuilding, and from taking hold of a country's natural resources as a result of debt incurred from disasters. The IMF or World Bank may be the collectors of this debt...perhaps by eventually owning or controlling a country due to this debt.
One of the most sought after resources of course is oil. Now...this theory may be a bit far fetched but it's worth considering. Do storm names ever have hidden meanings? I'm not sure whether or not the name Sandy had any meaning involving Hurricane Sandy but the nicknames officials gave the storm were a "hybrid" storm and a Frankenstorm. Both of these names refer to man-made things. Many people feel that Hurricane Sandy was man-made.
Getting back to Typhoon Haiyan. The name given this storm.....Haiyan ...means Petrel in Chinese. Was there a reason for giving this storm a Chinese name? The word petrel is the name of a seabird...however, could this name be a play on words...perhaps hinting that petrol or oil was the focus of this devastating typhoon? The link above under the picture of the petrel speaks of the oil business in the Philippines. It seems that Haiti also had oil resources. Perhaps all countries have oil wells somewhere . I'm not well enough versed in this area but I just thought that oil may be an added purpose for creating this superstorm...that is if it was artificially created. I strongly tend to think that it was. The video below talks about disagreement between China and the Philippines over oil reserves in the South China Sea