The Mayor of Kaikoura initially wrote to the Minister for the Environment, Dr Nick Smith about chemtrails with his concerns and those of residents, on the 19th of April. Dr Smith did not reply. Instead, Information Director, Todd Krieble did. By no means satisfied with Krieble’s disingenuous reply, the Mayor wrote the following letter, dated the 2nd of July, which may also be downloaded via this link: Letter From Mayor Heays To The Ministry for the Environment.
From the Office of the Mayor – Kaikoura District
- Kevin. J. Heays-
02 07 2010
Mr Todd Krieble
Ministry for the Environment
Po Box 10362
Dear Mr Kieble,
I am in receipt of your letter of the 27 May which was your response to my enquiries to the Minister regarding ChemTrails in our sky.
Your “unawareness” of any evidence to support any such thing as you stated in paragraph 2 concerns me immensely. Evidence is indeed all over the world and on some major governmental agendas as we speak-including The British Parliament and the US Congress.
I respectfully suggest that if our government and their directors are indeed “unaware,” then a rapid and intensive course be attended to become “aware”.
Your reasoning that my sightings and those of many others throughout our skies are… “the result of normal air traffic” is, to be blunt, bollocks.
The directions these trails I refer to are not on the flight paths of domestic or international airlines nor do we “top dress” over the Pacific Ocean.
Your explanation is an insult to both my intelligence and my position in this community – I ask that you suggest to the Minister to re-read my initial letter and to answer it himself with a response that it deserves. That is, one that shows some research and “awareness” of this issue that is becoming a global phenomena and concern.
To assist you I suggest you look at the following link to the British Parliament.
Kevin J Heays