TV3’s “Historic Cloud News” Another Attempt to Brainwash The Public

Hillary Barry reads the news regarding new kind of cloud identified on February 18th.

TV3 news presenter, Hillary Barry reads the news regarding a “new” kind of cloud.

At the end of the 6pm news bulletin on New Zealand’s TV3 on February the 18th, weather presenter Ingrid Hipkiss announced that news reader, Hillary Barry had “some historic cloud news.”  Barry then reported that “cloud gazers” believe they have found a new kind of cloud, which she said is a rare discovery and that if their find is confirmed, it will be the first such discovery in over half a century.  Unbeknownst to the unwitting public, it was propaganda care of CBS and a virtual re-run of a story from June, 2009.

TV3 then aired a video of Mark Phillips of CBS speaking to Gavin Pretor-Pinney, the founder of The Cloud Appreciation Society, “a global organization set up to fight ‘blue-sky’ thinking”, which keeps people in the dark about chemtrails/ weather modification technology.

Pretor-Pinney, who incidentally has not studied meteorology,  has been working with NASA to set up a CloudSpotter App.   NASA, as you may recall, produced the Introduction To Clouds, last updated in late-2011, which shows many photos of chem-clouds, but bestows them with names which make them appear natural to the unwitting eye.

Pretor-Pinney spoke about a “brand new cloud” photographed by Jane Wiggins in Iowa in 2006, which has been given the name undulatus asperatus, or agitated wave clouds.

Photo taken by Jane Wiggins in 2006 in Iowa

Photo taken by Jane Wiggins in 2006 in Iowa. From CBS website.

Watch the CBS story here:

Pretor-Pinney has a track record of normalizing evidence of the use of weather modification technology, the unnatural, bizarre and what appear to be chemically-laced cloud formations and has consequently been named on the Disinformation Directory on 

cloudspotters-guide-cover-300x300For instance, his ‘The Cloudspotter’s Guide’ (2006), the inaugural publication of ‘The Cloud Appreciation Society,’ displays images and captions which conceal what is unnatural and toxic – such as the widespread use of aerosols trails and other forms of weather modification technology.   It refers to aerosol trails as contrails, coloured-aerosol clouds as Nacreous or ‘mother-of-pearl’ clouds, and claims the halos we are seeing in association with masses of aerosol particulates are due to ice-crystals, (p.219).    See below:

From The Cloud Spotter's Guide. Page 272

Above & below: From ‘The Cloudspotter’s Guide’.


Pages 164-165 in The Cloud Spotter's Guide.

Pages 164-165 in The Cloudspotter’s Guide.

Page 166-167 The Cloud Spotter's Guide.

Page 166-167 in The Cloudspotter’s Guide.

Wrote weatherman Scotts Stevens of Weatherwars.Info in 2009 regarding undulatus asperatus formations:

 Are they natural?  That is a valid question.  They are natural in the sense that they do occur in the sky on a rather regular basis.  But, would they take form without the technologies that are presently in place to manipulate the atmosphere?  That’s also a good question, and if I am allowed to speculate, I would say no.  These clouds wouldn’t be photographed as frequently as they are without the stimulation of the planet’s Orgone energy field, artificial and space based introduction of gravity waves into the atmosphere and the additional host of other environmental manipulations that remain active to this very moment.

Is it time for a new cloud type? Probably so.  But that then opens up a whole new can of worms.  Clouds tweaked from above, clouds littered with chemtrail debris, clouds created by airfoils manufactured by these waves. 

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Carnicom Institute Moves Forward in 2015

CI Moves to New Facility

In the late fall of 2014 the Carnicom Institute lab was moved to a new facility across town, but still in Wallace, Idaho. The new space is considerably larger, making it possible for expanded research opportunities. The space was filled immediately with Clifford having better access to his equipment, books, and lab gear. This transition represents a significant improvement, but CI has even greater ambitions for the future which will require more modern equipment and more space.

Morgellons Research Project Rollout Planned

We at CI know that many people are eager to be involved in the MRP and we are pleased to announce tha the first phase of the MRP, an online survey, is very close to being rolled out onto the Carnicom Institute website. This survey will allow participants to anonomously answer questions that pertain to their health with a space to add other pertinent information not covered in the survey questions. The last step needed before this survey becomes public is the IRB – Institutional Review Board, a process of evaluation that ensures the appropriateness of the survey and the confidentiality of the process. We have a folder with names of people who have already indicated a desire to be a part of the project. If you would like to be considered as a candidate for the MRP, please send an email to and let us know. You will be contacted by email when the project is ready to begin.

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More Letters In ‘The Tribune’ Raising Awareness of The Chemtrail Issue

In our country the lie has become not just a moral category but a pillar of the State.         – Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Soviet novelist.

Photo: Sharon Turner. Aerosol trail expanding over Wanganui.

Photo: Sharon Turner. Aerosol trail expanding over Wanganui.

It is not only important, but essential for anti-chemtrails/anti-weather modification activists to find a variety of effective ways to inform the public about chemtrails and weather modification crimes when the mainstream media, which is supposed to inform, is engaged in distorting and suppressing the truth.

One way to do this, which usually requires little effort and zero expense, is by writing punchy letters and emailing high-quality photos to the editors of newspapers and magazines.

Anti-chemtrails activist, Sharon Turner.

Sharon Turner

Thank-you to a Sharon Turner of Wanganui, a member of Chemtrails over NZ,  for doing just this last week.  Her letter, as well as photograph, appeared at the top of the Letters To The Editor section in this week’s edition of  The Tribune, Palmerston North’s free community newspaper, which is delivered to over 40,000 addresses. (See below).

Fortunately, I too had a letter published in The Tribune last week and like Sharon, my letter addressed the matter of the fallacious comments made by Michael Campbell,  ‘Team Leader Safety Data Management’ at the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand, (CAA).

His letter to The Tribune (January 28th) which incorrectly claimed gardening columnist, Wally Richards had written “fanciful drivel,” provided a ripe opportunity for members of the public to write in with more information about chemtrails and weather engineering.

Mike Campbell

Mike Campbell

Campbell, who is a known disinformation agent among the New Zealand truth community,  has written comments on Northland NZ Chemtrails Watch for over two years, and in that time he has neither exhibited an appropriate concern nor acknowledged credible evidence regarding how damaging aerosols can be to the environment.

It came as no surprise to read in his reply of February 2nd, 2015 to an email I sent to his CAA email address: “… it takes little time at all to debunk your nonsense”  demonstrating that he regards it as his duty to ‘debunk.’

Today I learned a new term, “Shillidiocy,” which is applied to those who are ready and willing to sell out humanity.   I will not be that scathing, as I do believe we owe these folk a debt of gratitude, for not only can we hone our skills by arguing with them, but we can also take the battle to a wider audience, and educate members of the public with previously unpublished information in the process.

Published in the Feb 18th edition of The Tribune.

Published in the Feb 18th, 2015 edition of The Tribune.

Letter published in February 11th, 2015 edition of The Tribune.

Letter published in February 11th, 2015 edition of The Tribune.

The digital edition of the paper is here:

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Wally Richards: General Gardening, Bumblebees & Insect Pests

By Wally Richards

Wally Richards

Wally Richards

Recently I have bemoaned the weather conditions of the current gardening season and how unusual weather patterns with lack of strong direct sunlight as a result of hazy skies.

One Dunedin reader emailed me to say “rubbish,” it’s been the best gardening season ever and some crops have done far better than normal!

Looks like gardeners will need to uproot and move to Southland, where the air is fresh and clear, where vegetables, potatoes, roses, cherries and tulips grow the best by far.

I was in Wellington this week and visited a friend who is a retired plantsman. They live on Oriental parade up the side of a cliff overlooking the harbor with a million dollar view.

The cliff, many years ago was terraced out to accommodate all the houses and part of this terracing allowed my friend to have a couple of nice size vegetable gardens and a small glasshouse.

I looked at the sky and saw a lovely deep blue, I looked at his tomatoes and sweet corn all growing well and normal. No stretching, no stunted growth as I have in my gardens and similarly reported by many gardeners from other parts of the country. Ample direct full sunlight and his only problem is keeping the soil moist. So all I can do is ask how come the skies are not hazy over Wellington as they are in many other parts of NZ? Has the Govt passed some legislation to prevent haze over the Capital? Certainly a mystery!

This week a groundsman from a school in the North Island phoned to tell me about the success he has had with their roses. Because of the poor spring early summer his roses (like mine) took a hammering and the stress caused leaf diseases such as black spot along with poor flowering.

So a few weeks back he gave all the roses a dose of Ocean Solids and Rok Solid, watered them in and according to him it was only a week or so and out came new healthy growths.

Now the roses are looking a treat going into autumn. Feedback like this is really good value.

Many gardeners are complaining about the lack of honey bees and bumble bees in their gardens.
The logic cause is some insecticides sold and used without consideration to our pollinators which are being killed as a result.

The honey bee was firstly hit by the varroa mite taking out likely all the feral honey bees in the country, then along comes Confidor to further destroy the bees.

Bumblebees are not affected by the varroa mites, but their numbers have dramatically decreased in my garden and accordingly reported in many other people’s gardens.

This week I had confirmation on what I had suspected the reasons for their low numbers, I quote;

‘The scientists fed bumblebees neonicotinoid at levels commonly occurring in agricultural concerns and then measured how it accumulated in their brains. They found that the insecticide impaired brain cell function in the bees, causing them difficulty with such tasks as realizing that flower scents imply food and being able to find their way back home after foraging.

Such problems impacted whole colonies, the team found. By
providing nests with the same amount of neonicotinoid in sugar water 
in a cup, the researchers determined that bumblebee colonies that
had been exposed to the insecticide fared poorly in the number of 
bees in their nests as well as in the size and condition of the 
nests themselves.

"Our research demonstrates beyond doubt that the level of
neonicotinoids generally accepted as the average level present in the
wild causes brain dysfunction and colonies to perform poorly when
consumed by bumblebees," said Dr. Chris Connolly, of the Dundee
School of Medicine, in a statement.

Overall, the team documented that low levels of neonicotinoids 
caused a 55 percent drop in live bees; a 71 percent reduction 
in healthy brood cells; and a 57 percent drop in the total
mass of a nest.
"This is not proof that neonicotinoids are solely responsible for
the decline in insect pollinators," said Connolly, "but a clear
linear relationship is now established. 

We can now be confident that at these levels, neonicotinoids disrupt
brain function, bee learning and the ability to forage for food and
so limit colony growth”' 

The reference: Link here

It is about time the EPA, ERMA, MAF banned the sale of neonicotinoid insecticides in New Zealand including the ones for the Home Garden Market, Yates Confidor, Yates Lawn Pest Control.

If we lose our bumble bees in our gardens the world becomes a sorrier place and our food crops that require pollinators suffer badly.

It would be good to see garden shops in New Zealand make a stand as has happened in the UK and in America by refusing to stock these insecticides, they are not needed as there are many safer alternatives.

There is one aspect about the weather not being more normal is that insect pest populations don’t multiply as quickly as they would do under normal summer conditions. On the other hand disease problems become more troublesome.

February is usually the worst month for many insect pests, hot and dry with ample host plants growing in home gardens and commercial operations.

When you find an insect pest such as caterpillars, whitefly, leaf hoppers, vegetable bugs etc on your plants and you spray with an insecticide of your choice, don’t just treat the plants you have seen the insects on. Check all plants and weeds in the area for the same pest and where found spray also.

If you don’t you will find that there will be a re-infestation happening very quickly.

Sometimes you just have to spray regularly because over the fence there are thousands of the pests on plants. (Which your neighbors are not trying to control)

As the winter comes on then populations will naturally drop, but then many of your crops will also be finished and only the winter vegetables to care for.

If an insect pest can’t get to its host plant you have saved your self a lot of problems trying to control.

The new insect mesh called Crop Cover (by me) that is 4 meters wide and costs about $5.00 a meter length is ideal to put over your crop or even over branches of a fruiting tree to keep both insects and birds off the crop.

Once the flowering is done and hopefully a few bumblebees are available to pollinate then use the crop cover. It will not harm bumblebees. It would keep codlin moth, guava moth and other pests off the crop thus protected.

Alternatives which can be used include the following safe ones, Neem Tree Granules, Neem Tree Oil, Key Pyrethrum, diatomaceous earth and Liquid Sulphur (for spider mites only).

None of these would harm bumblebees unless they were sprayed directly especially with pyrethrum.

All spraying should be done just prior to dusk when the bees have gone home for the night.

Pyrethrum has a very short life of about 2 hours in UV light so less possible harm to beneficial insects next day. Neem Oil on the other hand does not kill any insect instead it (generally) prevents insects from eating once they have consumed a little of the oil. As beneficial insects don’t eat our plants they are not affected.

Problems ring me at 0800 466464 (Palmerston North 3570606)
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If we do not resist using whatever means necessary, we condemn ourselves, our children and future generations to trying to exist on a lifeless planet. Make no mistake, we are in a fight for our very survival.

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Mainstream Media: CIA accused of trying to control the world’s weather

The following article was also recently published in the Dominion Post and The Australian, among other mainstream publications, which have failed to formally acknowledge aerosol trails aka chemtrails as a real and genuine concern.

The, 17 February, 2015

Not content with reading the world’s emails, could the CIA also be trying to control its weather?

A scientist has claimed that the US foreign intelligence agency sought his advice about techniques for disrupting the climate.

Professor Alan Robock, a climatologist from Rutgers University who specialises in the effect of releasing aerosols into the atmosphere, has said he was approached by representatives of the organisation for advice on the clandestine use of such methods.

“I got a phone call from two men who said, We work as consultants for the CIA and we’d like to know if some other country

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Contrived Justification for Global Government: Scientists seek international authority on climate geoengineering

“If the US starts to talk about this, we can have other nations joining in”
US scientists and legal experts are calling for a strong, international authority to regulate any man-made interventions meant to combat global warming, amid fears that the technology could be harmful to the environment.

The field known as is not currently regulated by any institution or treaty, Edward Parson, professor of at the University of California, Los Angeles, explained Saturday.

“If some nations decide this year to embark on a crude untested experimental attempt to do it, we cannot prevent it,” Parsons said in San Jose, California at the American Society for the Advancement of Science’s (AAAS) annual meeting.

The lawyer called for creation of an international institution with authority to make decisions related to geoengineering, adding that “some favor a UN body, some favor smaller discussions among great powers or some favor a transnational NGO.”


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Drought officially declared along South Island East Coast

Map showing areas affected by drought in the South Island.
Map showing areas affected by drought in the South Island.

Drought conditions have officially been declared along the East Coast of New Zealand by Primary Industries minister Nathan Guy.

Mr Guy made the announcement of an ”medium scale adverse event” at the Opuha Dam, in South Canterbury, this morning.

“This is recognition of the extreme dry conditions farmers and growers are facing and triggers additional Government support,” Mr Guy said.

The areas affected include Otago, excluding South Otago and parts of Canterbury and Marlborough.

Extra Government funding will become available for Rural Support Trusts to provide support and guidance and rural assistance payments would be made available from Work and Income.


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Wally Richards: Gardening Year Worst In Over 60 Years Owing In Part To Lack of Direct Sunlight

By Wally Richards.

Wally Richards

Wally Richards


The Chinese have a saying; ‘Have an Interesting Life’ which on the surface sounds like a nice thing to say to someone but the real meaning is for the person to have many trials and tribulations which makes for an interesting life even if it is a hard one.

This current gardening year is certainly a very interesting one and looking at the recent night time temperatures we could already be into autumn like conditions.

This makes for the shortest summer ever and very bad for us gardeners.

My phone and email has had a constant stream of gardening problems much of which I would put down to insufficient DIRECT sunlight.

Cubits such as pumpkins having lots of male flowers and very few females and even hand pollinated fruit not growing then falling off.

No flowers on some other plants, or petals that form but fail to open, one lady complained that she has a rose that has opened but not fully as normal.

Seedlings bolting and going to seed prematurely adds to current problems.

With the rapid change to lower temperatures two problems arise, firstly its very easy to over water and kill plants that cant stand wet feet, sprays of Perkfection will help control those wet weather type diseases.

Powdery Mildew will abound on cubits, pansies and other plants which will make the problem of light and getting energy from the sun far greater and shortening the life of the plants concerned.

Two remedies, place a tablespoon of baking soda into a litre of warm water to dissolve and then add one mil of Raingard, spray the susceptible plants under and over the foliage.

Baking Soda will prevent or control powdery mildew, repeat 2 weekly.

The alternative is Liquid Sulphur with Raingard.

Rust will also like these conditions so spray the plants when rust appears with potassium permanganate, quarter a teaspoon to a litre of water, spray as needed.

Blight on tomatoes is another disease that like the current conditions and a spray of Liquid Copper with Raingard all over the plants every 14 days will help prevent and control. You can add the Perkfection once a month to give further protection and help keep the plants producing longer.

Don’t stop feeding your tomatoes either as ample good tomato food with plenty of potash will extend the fruiting season.

This current gardening year has been the worst one I have experienced in over 60 years of gardening which I suppose makes it the most interesting. Even my sweet corn is really struggling at this time when in January/February it should be thriving.

I pity commercial growers who must be struggling with the unusual conditions.

I know many of you have suffered drought conditions but here in Palmerston North we have had no water restrictions so water is not a problem and recently we have had good prolonged rainfall as well.

The main problem has been lack of natural direct sunlight, instead getting hazy skies which, no way in all my life time, can be said to be normal or natural!

Weeds are always a problem for gardeners that can’t get on top of them and I only suggest herbicides when there is no easy alternative to the problem but to keep them away from food crop areas.

Instead I prefer to recommend more natural alternatives which can still cause some harm to soil life but not as dangerous to your health as the chemical ones.

For instance common salt or agriculture grade 11 salt is ideal for controlling weeds where you don’t want plants to grow other than well established trees or shrubs. On pathways, drives, cobbles and waste areas, throw on the salt, lightly water and kill the weeds.

Where you have weeds in gardens that can be selectively sprayed use vinegar or cooking oil on a hot sunny day but take care not to spray preferred plants.

A weed eater is also a good way to keep weeds under control.

Glyphosate is the most extensively used weed killer on the planet with millions of tons used annually. It is available in several brand names other than the original Roundup.

Monsanto invented the herbicide glyphosate and brought it to market under the trade name Roundup in 1974. But it wasn’t until the late 1990s that the use of Roundup surged, because of genetically engineered seeds to grow food crops that could tolerate high doses of Roundup. With the introduction of these new GE seeds, farmers could now easily control weeds on their corn, soy, cotton, canola, sugar beets and alfalfa crops–crops that thrived while the weeds around them were wiped out by Roundup.

Eager to sell more of its flagship herbicide, Monsanto also encouraged farmers to use Roundup as a desiccant, to dry out all of their crops so they could harvest them faster. So Roundup is now routinely sprayed directly on a host of non-GMO crops, including wheat, barley, oats, canola, flax, peas, lentils, soybeans, dry beans, carrots, parsnips, onions, potatoes and sugar cane.

I was made aware of the this recently from a retired carrot grower who said it is common practice when a crop is ready to harvest to spray with glyphosate which kills the top, prevents the crop from going to seed before its harvested. Root crops store food/chemicals in their roots which is what you and I are eating.

NZFSA does not test produce for glyphosate yet overseas where labs do test for the chemical it is found in high concentrations. Monsanto recently appealed to the FDA to increase the allowable level of glyphosate in produce.
Monsanto has falsified data on Roundup’s safety, and marketed it to parks departments and consumers as “environmentally friendly” and “biodegradable,” to encourage its use it on roadsides, playgrounds, golf courses, schoolyards, lawns and home gardens. A French court ruled those marketing claims amounted to false advertising.

In the nearly 20 years of intensifying exposure, scientists have been documenting the health consequences of Roundup and glyphosate in our food, in the water we drink, in the air we breathe and where our children play.

They’ve found that people who are sick have higher levels of glyphosate in their bodies than healthy people.

Here is a short list of what health problems glyphosate can cause; Alzheimer’s disease:

Anencephaly (birth defect): Autism: Birth defects: Depression: (Glyphosate disrupts chemical processes that impact the production of serotonin, an important neurotransmitter that regulates mood, appetite and sleep. Serotonin impairment has been linked to depression.) Diabetes: Heart disease: Obesity: Reproductive problems: Respiratory illnesses. Reference and to see more goto;

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If we do not resist using whatever means necessary, we condemn ourselves, our children and future generations to trying to exist on a lifeless planet. Make no mistake, we are in a fight for our very survival.

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A Look At What Is On The Agenda for AMS Weather Modification Conference

Barbara Joshua, 20 Jan, 2015.

AMS 2015 Conference program lays it all out in black & white.

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Aerial Assault over Nelson on January 24, 2015

These photos were taken on the morning of Saturday, January the 24th, 2015 from Nelson, New Zealand.  The first, taken from Tahuna Beach shows an aerosol trail being sprayed and formerly sprayed trails spreading out.   The second photo shows trails spreading out.tahuna beach nelson

Nelson, late morning January 24.. Photo by Greta of Chemtrails over NZ

Nelson, late morning January 24.. Photo by Greta of Chemtrails over NZ

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