Monthly Archives: May 2011

New Video: Addicted To Weather Warfare – Geoengineering & Chemtrails NZ

This film includes a host of interviews with Northland locals, all of which were conducted in May, 2011 in order to elucidate the level of knowledge that currently exists in the community about geoengineering/ chemtrails.  The news is not good.  … Continue reading

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Blatant Aerosol Spraying Activity Evident During French Tennis Open

Thank-you very much to our regular contributor Fiona, who lives in Auckland, for sending these photos which she took from footage of the 2011 French Tennis Open.  The 2011 French Open (also known as Roland Garros, after the famous French … Continue reading

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INVESTIGATORS WANTED Can Chemtrails be proved? from G. Edward Griffin

2011 May 26     RealityZone                                 It seems that the die-hard skeptics refuse to believe what they see with their own eyes. No matter how many laboratory tests we collect, they always seem to come up with a theory … Continue reading

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Radiation Test Of Melted Hail From Saint Louis, MO Yields “elevated mid level” Radiation Levels

Uploaded by dutchsinse on 25 May 2011, who writes: “This measurement was made on May 25, 2011 at approx. 715pm CST. It indicates “elevated mid level” radiation levels. Alert level is considered anything over 100CPM by the radiation network …http://www.radiationnetwork.comContinue reading

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ExopoliticsTV – Aerosol War Crimes – Clifford E Carnicom & Alfred Lambremont Webre

Uploaded by ExopoliticsTV, Clifford E. Carnicom, an acknowledged expert on the global covert spraying of aerosols into the atmosphere (also known as “Chemtrails”), stated in a March 1, 2011 exclusive ExopoliticsTV interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre that the covert aerosol-spraying … Continue reading

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Beehive must wake up to honey bee crisis – Sue Kedgley    25 May 2011, By Green Party Unless we take decisive action to protect our bees, we could be faced with massive bee deaths, a horticultural industry in crisis, food shortages and escalating food prices. The honey bee is indispensable … Continue reading

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Invisible Volcanic Ash Cloud or Visible Chemtrails? Seeing is Believing as the Public Need to Take a Deep Breath and Get Themselves Grounded in Reality!

Neil Foster The Sovereign Independent May 24, 2011 Volcanoes have been around since the birth of Planet Earth and have continued to erupt on a regular basis through the millennia; certainly well before and after the invention of the aeroplane.

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Weather Wars – Path of the tornado: Astonishing new aerial images reveal how twister cut a six-mile swathe of destruction through Missouri town

By John Stevens Last updated at 4:00 AM on 25th May 2011 Devastating 198mph tornado tore a path a mile wide and six miles long straight through Joplin, Missouri Deadliest single tornado in over 60 years with at least 122 … Continue reading

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Phil Goff plans to bring farmers back into ETS – Claims It Will Be Good For NZs Clean Green Image 23 May 2011 The emissions trading scheme is back as a political football as Labour renews plans to include farmers in order to raise hundreds of millions of dollars for research and development. Labour leader Phil Goff announced the … Continue reading

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Geophysical survey will help manage the effects of earthquakes

Photos of the Plane at Onerahi Airport, Whangarei.  Thank-you to Warren Slater. “The key to geophysical warfare is the identification of environmental instabilities to which the addition of a small amount of energy would release vastly greater amounts of energy.”  … Continue reading

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