Upsurge of Aerosol Spraying Activity Occurring Around New Zealand In Early November

What appears to be an upsurge of aerosol spraying activity is being reported from around regions of New Zealand for early-November, 2015.   Could it be that extremes are being manufactured ahead of the Paris Climate Change conference or is something else being achieved by the presence of all this aerosol material?

This first photo was taken from Collingwood, where the sky was reputed to be covered in aerosol material.  The second was taken from Blenheim and speaks for itself.  Both were taken on  November the 6th, 2015.

I was in Auckland on November the 7th and saw obvious aerosol trails in the sky throughout the afternoon.  A video shot from Whangarei on November the 8th shows that there were many aerosol trails overhead that day.

Collingwood, north-west corner of the South Island. November 6th

Collingwood, north-west corner of the South Island. November 6th, 2015.  Photo: Barb

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Blenheim, aerosol trails. November the 6th, 2015.

Blenheim, aerosol trails. November the 6th, 2015.  Photo: Jo K.

Nelson, 7th November, 11.20am.  Photo: Des

Nelson, 7th November, 11.20am. Photo: Des

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One Response to Upsurge of Aerosol Spraying Activity Occurring Around New Zealand In Early November

  1. James Mitchell says:

    Hi Clare, They have been heavily spraying the Waikato with aerosols over the past few days. On the 7th of November I noted that they started early in the morning – about 6.00 am, and were still at it over 12 hours later at 6.30 pm. I think you are right about manufacturing extreme weather conditions, such as droughts. You just have to look at the on-going drought in California! This serves the Climate change hoaxers well, who will dish out BS at this Paris Climate Change conference. I am sick of the lies and the apathy of many people.

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