TVNZ’s Weatherman Reports While Four Aerosol Trails Are Sprayed In Scene Behind Him – Nov 24

tinfoil_deestvone In the final part of the weather report on TVNZ’s TV One on November the 24th, 2014, a shot behind veteran weatherman, Jim Hickey,  showed four planes spraying aerosols next to a sun that was clouded over, presumably by aerosol particles.

One has to wonder why the New Zealand public is being conditioned to perceive multiple aerosol trails as normal in this most unsubtle manner?  Is it because some of the scenes of aerosol trails being sprayed around the country are so ‘unsubtle.’   One that pops to mind is that photographed in the Waikato region on November the 23rd by Leone P.? (See below).

A big thank-you to Michelle Boyle for the TV screen photos and the heads up.JH1JH chem

Could it be mass aerosol spraying like this which is leading to TV One to show multiple planes spraying aerosol trails?

Could it be mass aerosol spraying like this which is led to TV One to show multiple planes spraying aerosol trails? Thank-you to Leone for the photo.

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4 Responses to TVNZ’s Weatherman Reports While Four Aerosol Trails Are Sprayed In Scene Behind Him – Nov 24

  1. Scrumpy says:

    Children’s movies, cartoons etc often feature chem-trailing as part of the brainwashing process.

  2. South Canterbury Sky Watch says:

    Hard to believe he is also a pilot. Must have them tunnel-vision glasses on.
    Be great to go to have a video night at one of his cafes and put “What In The World Are They Spraying?” on the screen.



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