Clear the skies, part 2
Adventures in ch3mbusting
I get why people want to stay asleep to what’s going on in the skies. As I mentioned in part 1, I resisted looking at the chemtrails conspiracy theory for as long as I possibly could.
Because if you actually look at the physical evidence, it’s pretty hard to deny that something weird is going on in the skies. And if you look at the diseases rampant in society and compare them with the known side effects of the toxins that are supposedly being sprayed from airplanes — well, that’s kinda dark.
Or at the environmental effects, such as massive die-off of insects in areas where there is no local man-made pollution from cars, factories, or industry, and at the collapsing food chain and at what that means to people and animals and nature.
And if you look at who profits from people getting sick with these diseases and at who profits from the destabilization engendered by worldwide weather manipulation — not naming any names, Vanguard, Black Rock, Monsanto, Raytheon, Merck or Pfizer — you can start to feel a little sick and hopeless.
It’s so evil. It’s so huge. It’s been going on for a lot longer than any of us cares to think about.
But once you see it, you can’t unsee it. You eventually feel like you have to at least try to do something positive in response.