Because a picture speaks a thousand words, we’ve made a number of short films in Northland regarding chemtrails/ geoengineering. Many show video footage and photographs taken locally and a number include interviews with overseas experts and local residents.
The first film features an interview with a 9o-year-old Hikurangi resident named Betty Hooper. Hooper, a founding member of Grey Power in Whangarei, originally learned about chemtrails from Betty Rowe when she spent a week with her on Arapawa Island of the Marlborough Sounds in 2008 because of an interest they shared in goats. Said Hooper: “On my second day there she said “Look at that,” and pointed to three long trails in the sky, running north to south and said they were “chemtrails”. When she told me what they were, I found it hard to believe and it wouldn’t have dawned on me something was wrong unless she’d told me.”
Rowe had reported some particularly alarming occurrences associated with chemtrail sightings of 2000 to John and Melody Anderson of the Mysterious New Zealand website in 2005. She had been very healthy until she saw her first chemtrail. Three days later she became very sick and everything in her body seemed to start breaking down. Subsequently, she suffered from chronic ill-health effects in her last years, which she attributed to the constant aerosol spraying over the Marlborough Sounds and neighboring areas. Learn more.
Betty Hooper was the last person to have visited Betty Rowe on the island before she fell into a coma. Sadly, Betty Rowe passed away on May the 18th, 2008. Fortunately however, the information she imparted lives on. When Hooper saw chemtrails in Northland in late-2009, then again in early-2010, she suggested starting a Northland Chemtrails Watch Group and this is how this website began, as we saw a crime being committed that had to be documented. A big thank-you to Betty Hooper and to Betty Rowe for their contributions.
The following is an excellent interview in 4 parts at YouTube, with Dr Kevin Barrett and Michael Murphy:
Protest/ Information Day on January the 19th, 2013 in Whangarei