Obvious Chemtrails Plaster Nelson’s Sky On February 15

Billboard NelsonThe following photos of aerosols were taken by concerned residents of Nelson, New Zealand on the morning of February the 15th.  They were e-mailed to Nelson activist Louisa Young and she kindly shared them with this website.

Louisa advised, “This is what Nelson residents woke up to on Saturday, the 15th of February, 2014 – lines that extended from one horizon to another. At one point there were 4 lines in parallel that had been laid at similar times. We didn’t have a white-out with the aerosols that were sprayed today, rather we had splashings of trails and chemcloud that moved off to the north.  The sky cleared later, the aerosol spraying appeared to stop at about 1pm and it ended up being a beautiful day in Nelson.” nelson1nelson2

nelson3nelson4This last photo was sent to us by Ngaire Small, who wrote on the 15th of February: “Full on attack of mass proportions this morning in Nelson.   The day was totally clear early in the morning, now so many planes are in the sky at once.”

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2 Responses to Obvious Chemtrails Plaster Nelson’s Sky On February 15

  1. James says:

    This is just disgusting! What is wrong with people? Don’t they ever look up and take notice? I was down in New Plymouth on holiday a few weeks ago and they were frequently spraying the skies, turning a clear sky into a cloudy haze. If I were to fly an aircraft low level and sprayed a town or a city, I would be arrested the moment I landed – and rightly so! Then why is it that they can get away with spraying at high altitudes? This excuse of combating greenhouse gases is just what it is – an excuse! The real reason is weather modification and soft kill for Agenda 21!

  2. will says:

    Yes, it was disgusting to see such blatant spraying of our skies here. After all the work so many people are doing to try and stop this insanity…

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