This new mini-documentary from Mike Adams, the founder of Brighteon.com and NaturalNews.com, reveals how globalists are waging a war against humanity by trying to ban the key elements of life, including CARBON, OXYGEN and NITROGEN, and how they are using this war on the elements to starve humanity to death, in order to reduce the global population.
Editor’s note: In this documentary, Mike Adams also refers to the war against sunlight, which is needed for the process of photosynthesis and therefore for producing food. Mike Adams says at 4.47 mins: “They are at war with sunlight. They say there is too much sunlight and want to dim the sun, through something called stratospheric aerosol injection, to block the sun, to literally reduce the amount of sunlight reaching the earth… ”
As readers will probably be aware, that which the globalists say they want to do, may be disinformation to provide cover for the activities they are really engaged in. For instance, the terms ‘stratospheric aerosol injection‘ and ‘stratospheric aerosol geoengineering‘, which have been portrayed repeatedly in the mainstream media as a means to fight purported “global-warming,” relate to the use of aerosol trails in the atmosphere at a very high altitude that are used to reflect sunlight back into space. In other words, Stratospheric aerosol injection is not what we refer to as “chemtrails”. What we are calling chemtrails are aerosol trails in the troposphere and are defined in a draft of HR-2977 in 2001 by former Ohio Congressman, Dennis Kucinich as an “exotic weapon,” not as a method to “counteract man-made climate change.”
The masses of chemtrails sprayed in the troposphere are obviously reducing the amount of sunlight reaching the earth and appear to be being used to create climate extremes, such as severe, long-lasting droughts in food growing regions, which are winning sympathy for the globalists’ climate change agendas, as well as reducing food and water supplies, among other affects.
To the mini-documentary:
Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired, this 17-minute mini-documentary is a powerful deep dive into the anti-human