BBC Video Appears To Display Aerosol Discharging From Military Plane

As the orchestrated shrieks about so-called “man-made global warming” gain momentum in the mainstream media globally, there is a deafening silence about what we can all see in the skies above – masses of aerosols, which are being used to create the very extremes in weather the faux media claims are caused by our fossil fuel emissions.   How interesting that this BBC video, which was posted on their website on March the 28th, 2014 regarding a story about the alledgedly missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, appears to contain footage of a white aerosol discharing from a pipe on top of the wing?  It is shown for approximately 6 seconds, between 27-32 seconds in the clip:

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2 Responses to BBC Video Appears To Display Aerosol Discharging From Military Plane

  1. Vince says:

    RAAF P-3 Orion dumping fuel so it can make a safe weight landing, after having to turn back from its search sweep due to bad weather.

    • I thought fuel dumps were only done in emergencies? I thought the story was the planes had to cover long distances to search for the debris and surely they would know before they left what the weather was going to be like. The military in particular would have access to satellite imagery of what the weather was like in the area they were going to surely.

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