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Northwest Salmon

 

Reader claims chem trails are present

Dear Editor:
On Jan. 10, en route to Sioux Falls there were chem trails everywhere. occasionally you could see a high-flying passenger jet with the normal vapor trail behind which rapidly dissipated.

These chem trails are necessary to the stratospheric aerosol geoengineering. this is the primary term for the ongoing global climate modification program being conducted by major powers around the world. They are spraying millions of tons of highly toxic metal nanoparticles into the atmosphere from jet aircraft. Aluminum is the primary element named in numerous geoengineering patents.

Former U.S. Forest Service biologist Francis Mangles has confirmed the alarming heavy metal contamination with his own testing. Snow tests taken from the side of Mt. Shasta in California showed aluminum content as high as 61,000 parts per billion. This level is thousands of times higher than anything that might be considered normal contamination. Since these toxic metals are in the snow, they can only come from the air.

The global geoengineering weather modification chem trail programs have been going on for over six decades. Recently found documents from the NASA archives indicated that these programs already had budgets in the millions of dollars by the mid-1960s and were radically increased in the last 15 years.

HAARP is a huge and powerful antenna which is capable of transmitting up to three billion watts of power into the ionosphere. Such alterations can steer weather systems. There are up to 24 of these ionospheric heaters around the globe, some held by China and Russia, which are enhanced by the chem trails.

Mainstream media avoids mentioning geoengineering and its planetary devastation. If this program was good for planet earth and its inhabitants, it would be enthusiastically reported and not hushed up.

Help expose this travesty and help keep the clear blue skies we still see occasionally.

Tony Wika, Webster

 

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