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Jul 072015


Do you remember the days where the skies were blue? Just your average shade of blue, nothing fancy.

Did you even notice that they were becoming less and less frequent, before it was too late?

Do you ever wonder whether you’ll see days like those again?

I hope you answered yes to at least one of those.

Nowadays I rarely ever see a plain blue sky. Sure, we get glimpses of one. That’s if we squint hard enough through the blurry white smudges, stripes and crosses above our heads.

We’re made to believe that what’s causing these obscure skies is nothing more than the condensation left behind by airplanes. I’m not saying that this isn’t completely true – some trails left behind by planes are simply frozen condensation. These condensation trails, or contrails, evaporate shortly after, thus only ever leaving a short white trail from the airplane.

No, no. What I’m talking about here aren’t contrails. These are chemtrails (chemical trails). These trails, unlike the ones mentioned above, don’t disappear almost immediately. In fact, they do the complete opposite. Many (too many) airplanes leave lasting, thick white lines as they go, which then slowly fall away, stretching into blurry, strange, wispy clouds, creating a hazy white sky.

“So what?”

Well, why is this all so secretive? Why is something that clearly isn’t ordinary plane emission being mimicked as just that? What have we learnt so far when the government is hiding something from us? It’s not usually a good surprise, is it?

What do chemtrails actually contain then?

– Barium (which practically has the level of toxicity as arsenic, and if that wasn’t enough for you, it’s not at all good on your heart, encouraging adverse effects.)
– Nano aluminum-coated fiberglass, also known as CHAFF. (Aluminum is a known cause of brain damage.)
– Radioactive thorium
– Cadmium
– Chromium
– Nickel
– Desiccated blood (Gross.)
– Mold spores
– Yellow fungal mycotoxins
– Ethylene dibromide
– Polymer fibers

These “ingredients” aren’t just in our sky. They’re in our air, the air that we and our loved ones breathe every minute of every day.

Research shows that since the increased “spraying” of these chemicals, certain illnesses (especially cardiac and upper respiratory related ones) have become much more common. Brain damage is another big one, thanks to aluminum being all around us. Alzheimer’s Disease isn’t “normal” and it’s not something that just “comes with age” either. It takes time, but aluminum accumulates in the brain, tissues, and bones. It causes brain degeneration, dysfunction and damage because the brain arteries become blocked from reduced blood flow. This causes the brain to shrink as brain cells die. This is how people get dementia.

You might have heard of the term “Chemtrail Flu”. I know it sounds like something only people in tinfoil hats would contract… But… Aluminum is stored in your body, and when it leaves it acts as an irritant. This can irritate nerve endings which then irritate muscles, causing aches and fatigue, not to mention what your poor kidneys must go through. Detoxifying from aluminum can result in plenty of mucous, fever and chills, and some mental confusion as it tends to store itself in the brain.

Whistleblowers have come forward about “spraying” us with this crap. It doesn’t just harm us, but it harms plants and animals too. It is destroying our planet in so many ways. It is having a major negative impact on the earth. Trees are dying and hundreds of species are becoming extinct.

“This seems like an awful lot of effort. So why are they doing it?”

Evidence suggests that the elite want to reduce the global population so that we are easier to control. There are a number of ways in which they are doing this quite well by means of “soft kill”. That is, killing people off slowly and discreetly, making it appear as a common occurrence. (E.g. cancer via MSG, aspartame, fluoride, vaccines.)

By mimicking the normal occurrence of contrails, they’re practically getting away with this whole chemtrail business. People are so used to seeing a stripey sky now. We see it outside, we see it in films and advertisements, we see it in newspapers and magazines. I’m sure it’s only a matter of time until our children are home from school with thick, white lines in the skies of their pre-school paintings.

It’s certainly an efficient way to target the entire population, I’ll give them that.

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