Video: Where Do The Children Play? Aerosols Over Ohakune, New Zealand

This film was made by anti-geoengineering activist, Helen Gordon of Ohakune, who has taken at least 300-400 photos of chemtrails around her region in the last couple of years.  She wanted to ensure the best ones were seen by the public, so made this film, which includes the apt track by Cat Stevens, Where Do The Children Play?, which reflects an awareness of war and ecological disaster.  

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Ohakune is in the North Island of New Zeaalnd, located at the southern end of the Tongariro National Park, close to the southwestern slopes of the active volcano Mount Ruapehu. Part of the Manawatu-Wanganui region, the town is 70 kilometres northeast of Wanganui, and 25 kilometres west of Waiouru.

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2 Responses to Video: Where Do The Children Play? Aerosols Over Ohakune, New Zealand

  1. Excellent, thanks for sharing…… what a perfect song.

  2. Sarah says:

    Thank-you, Helen. I feel a learning curve about how to post on Youtube coming on! Inspiring. My dog howled through the whole video. I too have numerous photos from two-and-a-half years of awareness of Geoengineering, also taken from the same places. Like the light.
    EVERYONE REMEMBER TO PRESS LIKE AND COMMENT ON YOUTUBE, as well as here. That helps to get the number of views up.

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