By Wayne Kelly, 18th March, 2014.
I’ve been a regular user of the MetService.com website for a while now and usually use it to find out if it’s going to rain in my region. While using it I discovered a webcam feature and watched in horror as aircraft left long white trails, which spread out and became fairly large clouds.
I have noticed that the aerosol spraying seems to occur on fine days, when there is not very much wind and have been taking screenshots of this activity, since September, 2013, which fortunately have a time, date and location stamped on them.
I am appalled at the level of stratospheric aerosol spraying I have seen in the last few years in particular, and know I’m not alone in my concern. Perhaps only when enough people in New Zealand become aware of this assault on our clean air and our health, will our politicians stop implying that the chemtrails issue is a ‘crazy conspiracy theory ’and provide us with a reason to justify the horrendous damage being done to our environment.
The United Nations is currently discussing the feasiblity of spraying metallic dust into the stratosphere to combat so-called “man-made global warming,” as if the spraying has not been done on a global scale for several years at least now. Do they think the public is stupid?
Anyone with a computer and an internet connection can view the chemtrails courtesy of MetService.com. The webcams’ section is here: http://www.metservice.com/maps-radar/rain-radar/all-new-zealand. I suggest you go to Auckland or Wellington in the dropdown ‘Towns and cities’ menu, then scroll down until you see: ‘Webcam’. Once it loads you will see: ‘see other Webcams’ menu on the right-hand side. Good luck.