James Butler: More people noticing ‘chemtrails’ above us
Well, what started out be a beautiful blue sky this morning, was soon criss-crossed with ugly chemtrails by 9 a.m. We wonder why a lot of us have asthma problems and the decimation of the bee population. Chemtrails are just that, toxic waste being sprayed into our atmosphere at high altitude, in effect poisoning us.
So, what do the environmentalists do? They ban burn barrels and fireplaces, or mandate to have our cars smogged every two years (a money making machine for the EPA and Sacramento bureaucrats). I wrote about chemtrails a few years ago and I had some folks calling to commend me in support. And I even gave numerous photos I took of the chemtrails over the Grass Valley Brunswick area to The Union newspaper back then, too. But I never saw them in print in The Union.
I’ve never seen anything like these chemtrails in my 70 plus decades — like what we see aloft in the past 10 to 15 years. There was quite an article in the CABPRO news last month about chemtrails, too. Has anybody seen it? Yet the question remains, who is orchestrating this new world order chemtrail program? The Air Force and government agencies only stonewall us.
Then I read in The Union today, Lorraine Reich is also concerned about these chemtrails that she observed on Feb. 18. I’m glad more people are looking up and seeing how our once blue skies are being obliterated with these chemtrails polluting the sky.
Editor’s note: The Environmental Protection Agency states that it “is not aware of any deliberate actions to release chemical or biological agents into the atmosphere,” while also providing a fact sheet on “condensation trails (contrails).”
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