Here are a few good examples of how a largely unwitting TV-watching public has been conditioned to accept the strange developments in their skies as normal, owing, in part, to operations controlled by British billionaire, Sir Richard Branson.
This 3.42 minute YouTube video from Checktheevidence (2011) includes clips from a popular English movie called ‘The Railway Children‘ from 1970, which show a sky naturally devoid of chemtrails. It then shows a revamped version used in a 2005 English ad for Virgin Trains that was unethically re-edited to include a chemtrail. Watch it here:
Virgin Trains is one of Sir Richard Branson’s many operations. Branson is CEO of the Virgin Group, which owns fleets of airlines that also have chemtrails in their advertising. For instance, at the end of an ad for Virgin Australia airlines, which has been broadcast during prime time TV in New Zealand in 2012, a number of Virgin aircraft are shown spraying aerosols in unison. Watch it here:
Likewise, an ad for Virgin Atlantic aired images of chemtrails, not just once, not twice, but I counted three clips which included chemtrails and there is also what looks like an aerosol cloud in the background at the end of the James Bond-like presentation. Watch it here:
Someone called Gina wrote to G Edward Griffin regarding having witnessed a Virgin America plane “leaving a thick bright white trail which was broken in some areas, but lingered about 30 minutes before disappearing” in April 2012. This is not surprising, as Branson, like Bill Gates, has put large sums of money into backing geo-engineering and funding scientists who advocate it as a means to supposedly halt the non-existent crises of rising CO2 and global warming. He has contributed funding to the UK’s Royal Society for geoengineering research and in 2007, was the brainchild of a global competition called the Virgin Earth Challenge, which offered $25 million “to find commercially viable designs to permanently remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.” While no one won the challenge, it is notable that one of the eleven finalists was one of the world’s top geo-engineers, Harvard Professor, David Keith. Keith, who spoke about the possibility of spraying ten to twenty mega-tons per year of nano-fabricated aluminium into the world’s stratosphere, at the annual American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting in February 2010, got into the Earth Challenge finals for his Carbon Engineering operation. This has the odd aim of capturing CO2 from air. As readers of this website are aware, CO2 is essential to life on earth, as it is used in the process of photosynthesis – the process whereby plants use light energy, typically sunlight, to convert atmospheric CO2 and water into plant matter.
It makes one wonder how Branson can claim he wants to help the planet, particularly given the evidence that indicates Virgin aircraft may be pumping toxic aerosols into the atmosphere and that like Bill Gates of Microsoft, the companies Branson is associated with have employed underhand means to manipulate the public into believing the long white lingering trails in the sky, are nothing out of the ordinary.
If Branson believes he has not done anything wrong, why have his companies gone to such extraordinary lengths to attempt to keep the public oblivious it?
Branson is quoted as stating: “If we could come up with a geoengineering answer to this problem [of climate change], then Copenhagen [climate conferences] wouldn’t be necessary. We could carry on flying our planes and driving our cars.”