If you go outside on a clear ￼ day, unless you are too absorbed into the Matrix, and stare at your phone 80% of the day, it's obvious that planes are spraying something. The naysayers claim contrails and say that all is ok. Obvious difference is, contrails dissipate after a few seconds, and chemtrails last for hours, and spread out, making the sky a miserable, hazy gray.
This is all going on nearly everyday, almost everywhere in the U.S. and we all see it.
Weather manipulation is admitted fact.
With USG not really informing the public, we have to wonder what is being sprayed in the sky. http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2010-03/04/content_9534044.htm
Then there's HAARP. It was created before the global warming propaganda when nobody was concerned about the environment. About $30 million has gone into it and the only explanation is that it's for research and communications. We don't know exactly what's going on there, because of the level of secrecy, AKA "national security". A YouTube search of HAARP brings up results like this one, with evidence that suggests far more nefarious purposes for HAARP. Tesla's stolen research is implicated. http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xasw5a_strange-cloud-formation-haarp-over_newshttp://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/575796/Weather-Modification-US-Weapons-Air-Force-HAARP-Operation-Popeye-Own-2025-World-War-3
Which begs the question, if we can control the weather now, why do they need more money? http://www.express.co.uk/news/weird/586176/Conspiracists-odd-cloud-sightings-PROOF-secret-earthquake-weather-tests-HAARP-read-minds
Keep your head up.
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They're poisoning us all, call your representatives!50.00%
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