On the evening of June the 12th, I gave a presentation about chemtrails and weather modification technology to an audience in Whangarei at the Old Library for the Pecha Kucha Night. Pecha Kucha is a presentation style in which 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each (six minutes and 40 seconds in total).
Before the audience arrived, Betty Hooper, Jim Reece and I put about 110 two-sided flyers and approximately 100 copies of Why In The World Are They Spraying? on DVD, out on the seats. The plan was to give people in the audience, who were waiting for the presentations to start, something to read about chemtrails/geoengineering and a film to take home and share with others.
By 7.30pm, the start time for the presentations, the audience had swelled to about 150, perhaps more and I was thankful to the Pecha Kucha organizers, Matt Keene in particular, for the opportunity to present this topic to so many people, although it was nerve-wracking.
Thank-you to Toni Anne Smith for lending me her chemtrails t-shirt and for taking photos on the night, (see above). It certainly helped having the support of like-minded people, as it is easy to be reluctant about speaking out publicly because of the disinformation disseminated by the mainstream media about this issue, but we must. Life on earth as we know it is being threatened.
The message of my presentation has reached people – several days after the talk, I received a phone call from a former navy man called Brad, who said one of his friends had attended on Pecha Kucha Night and given him a flyer and a copy of Why in the World Are They Spraying? He wanted to know more.
Be mindful of this quote and keep speaking the truth: “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.” – Mahatma Gandhi