The rain that fell on Saturday, the 22nd of February, brought some relief to drought-stricken Northland, but many places that needed water most, received none or virtually no rain at all. This video shot on the 21st of February, shows a reason for the “climate change” that climate activism groups and the mainstream media are distracting the public from. The atmosphere is being inundated with toxic aerosol particulates ahead of forecast rain, when the effect of this contamination is well established. It stops rain. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZgCDID2DqSQ&t=41s
According to a RNZ report: ‘Far North scrambling for water supplies as rain fails to reach areas,’ Dargaville, Kaikohe and Kaitaia all received either none or less than 1mm of rain on the 22nd of February. (Feb 23, RNZ website).
In the same report RNZ stated Whangarei got 8mm and that Level 2 water restrictions are being introduced this week in Whangarei. I measured 30mm of rain in Woodhill, while JM, who lives in Kamo, Whangarei said there was not enough rain to even make the ground look wet. She added: “I never get hay fever or anything, but this summer I have sneezed and coughed and have nostrils full of dry crusty boogies often, as I hear from others too.”
Eleven kilometers west of Whangarei at rural Maungatapere, a fruit grower and beef farmer, Linda M., said no substantial rain fell there either. “A handful of little spitty sprinkles, that was not even enough to dampen concrete. We are very parched in this central Northland region, having had perhaps 10-12mm all up since before Christmas until now, and we were already dry at Christmas,” she offered.
There was a similar report from Kaeo, which is in the Far North, located some 22 km northwest of Kerikeri, where Level 4 water restrictions are in place. This means water is only to be used for essential cooking, drinking and hygiene use. According to Elizabeth Y of Kaeo, rain yesterday was light like “sprinklers” “not really rain” and lasted between 35- 45 minutes. She advised that the farmers are “struggling” there, “everyone” is.
Not far from Kaeo at Coopers Beach, in the Far North, on the east coast near Mangonui, there was fairly heavy rain for about half an hour said John, who has been seeing a lot of aerosol trails in recent weeks. “Surely people must think these trails are weird. When I mention the trails in conversation, people just go blank, like I’m the nutter!” he said.
On the east coast of Northland, at coastal Whananaki, resident Deb W. reports that about 5mls all up fell, and it’s been very dry at Matapouri (east coast beach) since New Year. No rain to speak of has fallen. While still on the east coast but further south, closer to Whangarei at Ngunguru Sandspit area, it rained heavily for about 2 hours a local reported.
Prior to 2010, before the atmospheric aerosol operations became a commonplace sight in Northland, rain that was forecast, fell in abundance and was typically more than sufficient to keep the entire region thriving.
Engineered Big dries are increasingly devastating wildlife, weakening the local economy and potentially triggering the bankruptcy of many farmers and the businesses they rely on. The threat of famine and a predatory tyrannical government are becoming all too real.
Weather Warfare News: Very High Aluminium Content In Hailstones From Devastated Fruit Growing Region in South Island
World renowned scientist, Dr Rosalie Bertell, now deceased, wrote that US military scientists … are working on weather systems as a potential weapon. The methods include the enhancing of storms and the diverting of vapor rivers in the Earth’s atmosphere to produce targeted droughts or floods.”
In the 1970s, former National Security advisor and co-founder of the Trilateral Commission, Zbigniew Brzezinski had foreseen in his book Between Two Ages that: “Technology will make available, to the leaders of major nations, techniques for conducting secret warfare, of which only a bare minimum of the security forces need be appraised… [T]echniques of weather modification could be employed to produce prolonged periods of drought or storm.”
Marc Filterman, a former French military officer, outlines several types of “unconventional weapons” using radio frequencies. He refers to “weather war,” indicating that the U.S. and the Soviet Union had already “mastered the know-how needed to unleash sudden climate changes (hurricanes, drought) in the early 1980s.” These technologies make it “possible to trigger atmospheric disturbances by using Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) radar [waves].”
A simulation study of future defense “scenarios” commissioned for the US Air Force calls for:
“US aerospace forces to ‘own the weather’ by capitalizing on emerging technologies and focusing development of those technologies to war-fighting applications… From enhancing friendly operations or disrupting those of the enemy via small-scale tailoring of natural weather patterns to complete dominance of global communications and counterspace control, weather-modification offers the war fighter a wide-range of possible options to defeat or coerce an adversary… In the United States, weather-modification will likely become a part of national security policy with both domestic and international applications. Our government will pursue such a policy, depending on its interests, at various levels.