By Clare Swinney, January 26, 2013
This morning, from about 7am until 10am, Jim Reece and I were at the Farmers Market in Whangarei, educating members of the public about chemtrails/ geoengineering. We spoke about their health effects and use with weather modification technology, the latter of which is important to do now, as it appears another engineered drought is drying out the region.
This was our second Saturday morning with a stand at the Farmers Market. We had our display boards, which were two-secondhand cupboard doors held together with two hinges, where we put photos taken locally, as well as a range of other material. There were pages from Uncensored Magazine on it, some which we copied in colour, blew up to A3 size and had laminated, just in case it rained today. However, luckily the weather stayed fine throughout the morning.
We handed out about 65 copies of Why In The World Are They Spraying? and 14 copies of What In The World Are They Spraying? today. While some people would not accept a flyer when it was put in front of them, others received one of those and a DVD gratefully. We encouraged many of those who took a DVD to make the effort to show it to others. We probably handed out about 80 flyers, including one to the CEO of the Whangarei District Council and one to a lady who said she does soil testing and wants to do soil tests to measure the impacts of the aerosols.
About 20 market-goers came to look at the photos and read the information we had on the boards today. Many seemed genuinely concerned and interested and were receptive rather than dismissive. We did not get any sneering scoffers, a few of whom we had last week who treated us like morons and told us chemtrails were merely “vapour trails” and the strange cloud formations, normal.
It was rewarding for us to have one young woman tell us that when she was up north and saw a plane spray a trail recently, she grabbed the flyer we had given her last week from her bag and read it for the first time. She could see that the trail the aircraft left behind was not a vapour trail and was now aware of what chemtrails were.
About half-a-dozen people we had not spoken to before came to the stand and told us they knew about chemtrails already. It was good to get their support.
One of the more interesting conversations we had today was with an open-minded commercial airline pilot, probably in his 50s, who said his daughter had been trying to convince him that commercial planes were spraying chemtrails. He began by asking if we thought pilots pressed a button to release the aerosol. We advised we thought it was being done without a pilot’s knowledge – that it was controlled remotely, via satellite. He said that while he found it hard to believe that chemtrailing could be occurring without a pilot’s knowledge, he did not rule it out as a possibility and implied that it would not surprise him, given the other nefarious activities occurring.
He said he had a friend who had been involved in weather modification work – cloud seeding, but he did not understand how passenger planes could be used for aerosol spraying. I advised him to read the alleged email from the airline mechanic, which, if authentic, indicates the tanks for the aerosols are adjacent the toilet tanks on a commercial aircraft. He said the toilet tanks were at the rear end of the commercial aircraft, so the piping would need to extend a fair length of the plane to get to the wing, where we see many chemtrails emanating from.
What made it hard for him to believe he said was that he could not understand how it could be kept secret. Why weren’t there more whistleblowers given the number of people that worked on an aircraft, he asked. Remember folks the Manhattan Project employed more than 130,000 and that was kept a secret. To conclude, we gave him a flyer and copies of What in the World Are they Spraying? and Why in the World Are They Spraying? which he said he’ll watch with interest.
Overall, Jim and I thought it was well worthwhile having a stand at the Farmers Market today, as there was alot of foot traffic, and plenty of people who were interested in learning about this most serious issue.