Most people, it seems, are so busy watching the sidewalk and the road, doing what they have to do to simply survive in this world that they don’t often look up to see what is happening above their heads. Let me tell you, the haze we live under is not a natural sky. The natural sky is deep blue, clean, clear and beautiful. The haze is manmade and contains many chemicals that are hazardous to life in all its forms: animals, birds, fish, fruits, vegetables and humans.
It’s as if we are bugs in a jar, being sprayed with Raid.
Real airplane condensation trails are short and narrow. They evaporate quickly. Chemtrails, on the other hand, begin thin, but they stretch from horizon to horizon and they spread out, to cover the sky and pollute the land, water and air. Our unwise and unkind “deciders” have interpreted our silence as permission. Withdraw your permission – “Just say no!”
Secret Chemtrail Pilot Speaks
Environmental Scientists Eugene Franklin Mallove, Juventina Villa Mojica and Dorothy Stang were murdered after releasing lab test results linking chemtrails to the mass death of fish, plant and animal life.
Scientist and researcher Rosalind Peterson confirms at the U.N. that chemtrails / geoengineering / SRM are very real.
Don’t know about or believe in chemtrails? Don’t miss this video of a courageous military whistleblower.
It’s a recovery so lopsided only Timothy Geithner or an oligarch could love it. Since 2008, U.S. economic policy has concentrated on funneling as much money as possible to billionaires, keeping the poor alive and submissive through government programs, and squeezing the middle class to death while at the same time holding out the carrot of hope that things will return to how they were before (they won’t).
The latest evidence of this monumental cultural theft was highlighted yesterday in the Washington Post. Here are a few excerpts:
For the first time in at least 50 years, a majority of U.S. public school students come from low-income families, according to a new analysis of 2013 federal data, a statistic that has profound implications for the nation.
The Southern Education Foundation reports that 51 percent of students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade in the 2012-2013 school year were eligible for the federal program that provides free and reduced-price lunches. The lunch program is a rough proxy for poverty, but the explosion in the number of needy children in the nation’s public classrooms is a recent phenomenon that has been gaining attention among educators, public officials and researchers.
A “recent phenomenon.” Call me crazy, but that isn’t what you’d expect five years into a so-called economic recovery.
“We’ve all known this was the trend, that we would get to a majority, but it’s here sooner rather than later,” said Michael A. Rebell of the Campaign for Educational Equity at Teachers College at Columbia University, noting that the poverty rate has been increasing even as the economy has improved. “A lot of people at the top are doing much better, but the people at the bottom are not doing better at all. Those are the people who have the most children and send their children to public school.”
Again, this isn’t a economic recovery, it is theft. Until we can admit to ourselves what the idiots and thieves in power have done, nothing will change. …