“It’s happening again…woke up this morning to clear blue skies here in the lower Hudson Valley…three hours later, the entire sky is criss-crossed with chemtrails and there are three or four planes up there continuing to lay them down…these are NOT contrails…the patterns have no relationship to the flight paths in or out of New York airports, but literally cover the entire sky…someone is spraying something, and I’d sure love to know just what it is, who’s doing it, and why.”
American skies weren’t always laced with streaky white lines. Aircraft with jet engines leave a condensation trail under certain atmospheric conditions and sometimes these will intersect, especially near a busy airport. But some people posting on a web page called “Conversations on Chemtrails – The truth about what is happening in America” shared that they were getting emails such as this one: “…a friend in upstate NY for a couple of weeks on the chemtrails in her region. We noticed them over Green Bay starting in 1999 – they are not contrails.”
For the past few decades, videos from concerned private individuals have been uploaded to social media sites and YouTube for public viewing and discussion. The sudden appearance of checkerboard patterns overhead made a lot of people curious about the origin and safety of these new aerial emissions.
The term chemtrail was coined to describe this new phenomenon, short for “chemical trail.” The U.S. government patently denied that chemtrails are real and the CIA response was to label anyone who “believes that chemtrails are real” as a mentally-imbalanced and laughable “conspiracy theorist.”
Quick sidebar here: the CIA loves to toss labels around, particularly pejorative ones. The phrase conspiracy theorist merely describes someone who has an idea (theory) that two or more people are plotting to harm others. This happens all the time. Insinuating that calling out evil-doers is a bad thing is classic propaganda. Don’t fall for it.
Another quick sidebar: The CIA also loves to confuse conviction with belief. The first is based on provable facts whereas the second is driven by faith with no proof. To say that a person is challenged psychologically for interpreting evidence as presented is, in itself, crazy, would you agree?
All the evidence pointed to a new secret federal program that involved spraying chemtrails willy-nilly across the nation’s skies. But to what end?
A set of documents published in 1966 show that the United States federal government conspired (there’s that word again) 43 years ago to change the weather and climate globally:
“Created by the elitist National Academy of Sciences – decades of an interagency culture of secrecy explains why the issue of covert aerosol Geoengineering (chemtrails) is a taboo topic to be degraded to the status of ‘conspiracy theory’ by a matrix of complicit bureaucrats at every opportunity.”
Fast forward to 2019 and the United Nations is using climate change data to justify their anti-nationalistic global warming scheme to control all Earth’s resources and populations to ensure planetary “sustainability.”
A documentary video on geoengineering indicates that the program is being driven by scientists, corporations, and governments whose goal is to bend to their will the global climate, control the weather, and alter the chemical composition of soil and water – all supposedly for the betterment of mankind:
“Although officials insist that these programs are only in the discussion phase, evidence is abundant that they have been underway since about 1990 – and the effect has been devastating to crops, wildlife, and human health. We are being sprayed with toxic substances without our consent and, to add insult to injury, they are lying to us about it.”
A 2016 study by the Carnegie Institute for Science and the University of California Irvine is a classic example of federal geoengineering propaganda. A survey of 77 leading atmospheric scientists and geochemists (which is not a statistically-significant sample of 100 cases, by the way) revealed:
“All but one, 98.7%, reported no evidence of a secret large-scale atmospheric spraying program.”
Add to that a disturbing number of YouTube videos that started popping up from people suffering from Morgellons Disease. Doctors who saw patients complaining of the classic symptoms of Morgellons Disease – skin rash, tingling skin, the sensation that insects were crawling under the skin, and physical, multi-colored synthetic fibers coming through the skin – were judged mentally ill.
In a video posted in 2012, Marie Palac from Sweden said her doctor listened to her list of symptoms and decided that she was delusional. Misdiagnosed as psychotic and an unfit mother, her child was taken away by child protection services. Her mission now is to inform others like her who may be unaware that this medical affliction is real and has nothing to do with mental illness.
Many doctors are still convinced that Morgellons Disease doesn’t exist. Other scientists and researchers disagree, pointing to bioengineering as a possible (if not likely) source of air-borne pollutants that trigger a Morgellons reaction in sensitive patients.
To sum up:
- The federal government denied the existence of chemtrails before later admitting they do exist as part of a federal weather fact-finding program.
- The federal government has issued gag orders on employees at the national weather data collection and reporting agencies NWS (National Weather Service) and NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) to prevent public education about the chemtrail program.
- Mainstream doctors deny that a disease linked to chemtrail fallout exists and instead diagnose patients complaining of Morgellons, a strange skin condition, as psychotics who need to be institutionalized, stripped of their rights and children, and locked away from the general population.
If this doesn’t smell like a conspiracy to hoax the American people about weather manipulation that is harmful to human health, what does?