Thick Haze of Aerosol Particulates Cloud Arapuni Air on April 25th, 2016

By James T. of Arapuni

If it’s a clear day, why can’t I see forever?  These photos were taken at about 4:30pm on Sunday the 25th of April, 2016 in Arapuni, New Zealand looking West towards Maungatautari mountain.    This mountain is only a few kilometers away, but obscured by bright white aerosol particulates.  Also, the sky is not blue in that direction. It’s obviously the reflective nano-spheres that the powers-that-be are using, but deny using to stop the non-existent phenomenon of “man-made global warming.”   It could be the worst haze I have seen over the mountain. I also feel a bit crook after being out in this stuff earlier on, when it wasn’t so visible.ara3ara2



About Clare Swinney

Interested in what is really going on, not that promoted as "truth" by the corrupt mainstream media.
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5 Responses to Thick Haze of Aerosol Particulates Cloud Arapuni Air on April 25th, 2016

  1. Nigel Gray says:

    We had exactly the same thing in Central Hawkes Bay today. It was like Sea Fog but here we are so close to the mountains also! Clare, I hope your readers will help as we are collecting as many reports as possible to effectively tackle Min for the Environment on this. The report form is at this link:

    I wonder how bad our skies will get before people really start to notice, or if their barium, aluminium, strontium and fluoride intake has already prevented their simple act of observing the obvious?!
    Much Appreciated. Nigel

  2. Nigel Gray says:

    Thanks! And likewise you are doing a fabulous job of raising awareness with this newsletter!

  3. South Canterbury Sky Watch says:

    Just found a video from Dec 2015, be sure to check out 1.41… the face may look familiar.

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