On Thursday, January the 10th, 2013, the Opotiki News published a story about a mystery plane that was seen spraying an unknown substance over the Tirohanga, Opotiki area early on New Year’s Day. One of those who witnessed this, a farmer named Peter Maxwell, who was up at 6am milking cows, told the Opotiki News that the plane released a liquid that had a sheen to it, which looked like the wake coming off a boat. He also stated that he saw the plane stop spraying above their cow shed.
Let’s take the opportunity to make more people aware of the chemtrails/geo-engineering issue. Write a letter to the editor regarding this to email@example.com and/or write to the journalist who co-authored the article – senior reporter, Andrew Neal. His email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
As readers of this website know, it may well be the case that the “mystery plane” was spraying an aerosol for “geo-engineering” purposes. Aerosols are being seen being emitted from aircraft countrywide, and for that matter, globally. Rainwater tests worldwide indicate that these aerosols, otherwise known as “chemtrails”, are commonly comprised of aluminium, strontium and barium, amongst other toxic substances and evidence shows they are being used for weather modification purposes, amongst other activities.