Petition Regarding Chemtrails Presented to Canadian House of Commons

Thank-you to Sarah Hornibrooke for sending us the link to this regarding a Petition that was presented to the Canadian House of Commons on the 21st of October, 2013 by NDP MP Alex Atamanenko of the riding of British Columbia Southern Interior.

According to the Holmestead website, approximately 3,500 petitioners signed both the English and French versions. 

This is the text of the presentation as recorded in Hansard, the official record of House of Commons proceedings:  Hansard record:

Mr. Speaker, I have well over 1,000 names of petitioners from the Slocan Valley, Grand Forks and Nelson in my riding as well as other parts of B.C., Ontario, Manitoba, Quebec and Alberta, who are concerned about what they call aerial spraying or chemtrails. They say that aerial spraying is being carried out by aerial entities at high altitudes that create long-lasting plumes. They do not act as traditional aircraft condensation trails. This is being carried out without the knowledge of the people of Canada.
The petitioners call upon the government to fully inform the people of Canada about this aerial activity occurring at high skies and to explain why it is taking place and also to cease this activity forthwith.


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One Response to Petition Regarding Chemtrails Presented to Canadian House of Commons

  1. Reblogged this on AntiTerrorAthiest and commented:
    Chemtrails are real, are part of an exotic weapons system, and Surveillance program.

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