Government Gets Desperate, Imposes GAG Orders On NWS And NOAA
GAG Orders Imposed: Discussing Geoengineering and Chemtrail Is Strictly Forbidden
The Fall of 2015 has seen a number of extraordinary gag orders put into place on the NWS and NOAA by their overseeing offices in Washington, D.C. In each case all of the employees of these agencies have been legally prohibited from speaking about a range of work-related matters and job issues. As follows:
WEATHER SERVICE EMPLOYEES TETHERED BY ILLEGAL GAG ORDERS
When the agency employees of the National Weather Service, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and the U.S. Department of Commerce are illegally prevented from talking about the very nature of their business and related endeavors, something is very wrong. Particularly in light of the fact that these folks are all federal employees, who work directly for the American people and who are paid with taxpayers’ money, has something gone seriously awry.
Another geoengineering website cited two instances where the leadership of two concerned organizations has gotten directly involved in this fast-growing debacle. As follows between the lines:
Bill Hopkins, the Executive Vice President of the National Weather Service Employees Organization (NWSEO) had this to say about the illegal gag orders:
“As a taxpayer, I find it highly disturbing that a government agency continues to push gag orders to hide how they operate. This is the work of the American government, owned by the American public, and should be open to the American public.”
Jeff Ruch, the Executive Director of PEER (Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility) was equally confrontational about the unlawful the gag orders.
“The National Weather Service is about the last place where national security-style secrecy rules need to be enforced,” Ruch noted that the broad scope of the gag orders put much of what goes on inside the agency under wraps. “Everyone is free to talk about the weather except for the people working inside the National Weather Service. Go figure.”