July 31, 2016
Two weeks ago, we noted that the chances of a person being killed by terrorism are 1 in 93,000,000. That means we are sixteen times more likely to be struck by lightning. However, because terror events are so horrendous and because our mind-controlling politicians and mainstream media continuously sensitize us to these horrors, the public has become fixated on terrorism, and the political environment of the entire world is being radically altered by it.
We, ourselves, find it difficult not to play this game because we have an obligation to report all the news that affects our lives and liberty, even if it contains large amounts of opinion engineering.
This week will be different, because there is an important story that confirms one of the primary claims made by those of us who are convinced that chemtrails are, not merely the presence of condensed and frozen water vapor from jet engines, but also contain toxic chemicals that are destroying many forms of plant life and causing an epidemic of bizarre illnesses among wildlife, farm animals, and humans.
When the increase in disease and the actual loss of life is considered, it is certain that destruction, suffering, and death from this source far exceeds the miniscule losses from terrorism. Yet, political leaders and mainstream media, not only are silent on this threat, but constantly are telling us that the threat doesn’t even exist. They insist that it’s merely a figment of imagination in the minds of conspiracy theorists.
For that reason, this week we are devoting our commentary section, not to the deeds of terrorism, but the deeds of geoengineers who want to spray us like insects supposedly to change the climate and reduce so-called global warming. If there is anyone still left on this poisoned planet a hundred years from now to write the history of our day, they will marvel at how docile and uninterested most people are today in what is being sprayed in our skies. Perhaps this report from Switzerland will arouse their curiosity.
Overcast is the title of a new documentary about chemtrails that includes an interview with Ulrike Lohman, a professor of atmospheric physics at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.
Professor Lohman recently completed a study of the composition of the exhaust from commercial jet aircraft. It was already known that jet exhaust contains soot, but the researchers also tested for other substances and found 16 different metals, including aluminum and barium. The metals were traced to a lubricant oil, but aluminum also can come from the turbines themselves. The jet fuel also contained small amounts of aluminum and barium, which is a significant finding because, according to the film, scientists previously had said it was impossible to have aluminum and barium in the fuel.
The filmmakers of Overcast recorded twelve planes within the span of 40 minutes to obtain a list of who was spraying the sky. The video confirms what we have said in the past, that most of these planes are commercial flights, not spray tankers. The planes that created a grid of trails and clouds that spread throughout the sky instead of dissipating were all commercial Airbus passenger craft except one, which was a Boeing.