Maker of Thrive, Foster Gamble Talks To Anthony J Hilder About Chemtrails, Activism & More

August 12, 2012 by

Foster Gamble speaks with Anthony J Hilder about the Thrive Movement. This is a battle against those who rule the world and want to reduce the population with poisons in our food, chemtrails and so many ways to rid the Earth of most people. Written on the Georgia Guidestones is written the directive to keep the population of Earth under 500 million. Join Mr Gamble and Mr Hilder in part one of the interview.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhnZy1TIONs

Look For Anthony J Hilder Videos On UK Paradigm Shift TV Sky CH 203 & simulcast on the Net:  http://www.paradigmshift.tv/view/schedule

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5 Responses to Maker of Thrive, Foster Gamble Talks To Anthony J Hilder About Chemtrails, Activism & More

  1. Rose says:

    Posting this because Gamble mentions the Painted Apple Moth spray programme over Auckland and OZ – this poison was being sprayed over West Auckland until the locals got up in arms and stopped it EVENTUALLY.

    Painted apple moth timeline
    http://tvnz.co.nz/content/1443394/423466.html
    Published: 4:31PM Monday November 12, 2007 Source: ONE News

    Extract:
    The Australian painted apple moth was first found in 1999 in Glendene, West Auckland, and began to spread through West Auckland from Avondale to Titirangi.

    October 20 2001 West Aucklanders say they fear for their health if Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry officials push ahead with a bid for aerial spraying to get rid of the apple moth. MAF orders $5 million of pesticide for its eradication.

    October 23 MAF gets approval for the aerial spray programme.

    November 11 Biosecurity Minister Jim Sutton intervenes to allow aerial spraying after MAF’s plans to start an aerial spraying programme were stalled by the local council’s district plan which prevented low-flying aircraft.

    January 18 2002 Around 50 people hold a last-ditch protest rally against the spraying outside MAF’s Operational Spray Headquarters in Henderson.

    February Moth spraying begins after being hampered on numerous occasions due to bad weather.

    April 23 MAF claims aerial spraying is reducing the painted apple moth in West Auckland.

    September 10 Some residents in Waitakere are up in arms over continued spraying aimed at controlling the painted apple moth. More than 160,000 Aucklanders will be in a new, expanded spray zone.

    September 15 The Painted Apple Moth Advisory Group monitoring the aerial spraying wants more talks with the MAF before a bigger programme gets underway. It says there has not been enough consultation on the possible health effects of spray drift and penetration.

    October 5 Up to 80 people protest outside the Prime Minister’s Auckland home against the aerial spraying campaign.

    October 12 Hundreds join a protest march in West Auckland over the painted apple moth spraying programme which is set to resume on 40,000 homes.

    MAF says the spray is safe and crucial if New Zealand is to protect its forestry and fruit industry from. However, it reveals its staff do not know what is in the spray. Four scientists and medical officers of health are nominated to hold this information due to confidentiality agreements with the chemical manufacturer.

    The Greens claim they have a list of ingredients from Canada showing for the first time what may be in Foray 48b, a component of the spray. They say chemicals include benzoic acid and butylated hydroxy toluene.

    November 7 Flight paths to eradicate the apple moth in Auckland have been changed following community concern. The change means planes spray over certain suburbs for a shorter period of time.

    March 11 2003 Waitakere City Council says it will not take legal action to stop the aerial spraying. The council gathered evidence from residents claiming the spraying is making them sick, but it says the symptoms are not sufficiently injurious to health under the Health Act to warrant legal action.

    March 14 An Auckland University study finds that aerial spraying has coincided with a sharp rise in some medical problems. Researchers found that in the most intensively sprayed area there was a significant increase in sleep problems, stomach complaints and diarrhoea.

    March 22 2006 A people’s inquiry into the aerial spraying begins. Seventy people testify over the programme which lasted 29 months. Those testifying say they have suffered from nose bleeds, rashes and toxic poisoning from the spraying.

    November 2007 Opponents of the aerial spraying call for changes to the Biosecurity Act as findings of a people’s inquiry are released. A number of people complained of health problems after the spraying.

    December 12 2007 The ombudsman releases a report critical of the way the potential health risks from the spraying were communicated to residents and how the ingredients of the spray were kept secret from the public.

    Biosecurity Minister Jim Anderton accepts there are lessons to be learned but says the recommendation that such operations be subject to the Resource Management Act is disingenuous. He says the ombudsman was not privy to Cabinet’s discussion on the issue and doesn’t have all the facts. He says they tried to disclose the composition to the public but it was blocked by the manufacturer which would only release it to health authorities.
    http://www.mpi.govt.nz/news-resources/news/painted-apple-moth-spray-programme-ends

    • Dr John Clearwater advised if pheromone traps had been used when it was initially known about the population, the aerial spraying for the Painted Apple moth would have not been needed.

  2. Joy says:

    Spraying of the Eastern Suburbs in 1996-97 for the Tussock moth was a nasty experience as well.
    The plane fllying so low over your house that the noise was horrendous, this was at 6am in the morning.
    Unbeknown to people at the time was the issue of the spray permiating your house so you were breathing the insecticide on a more permanent basis.

  3. Robyn Wilson says:

    these spraying experiences were shocking and should not have happened and in their own right are examples of how wrong small scale and large scale globalization is. However these chemtrails are so insidious which makes populations acknowledgement followed by necessary outrage less likely – and “they” know it!

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