Peer Reviewed Scientific Evidence Exposes Chemtrail as Crime Against Humanity

Thanks to Kieron for sending this article my way.

Finally! For all the people who think, “Those are just contrails, dummy,” or “Huh? I have no idea what you’re talking about. I don’t look at the sky. I’m too busy texting and virtually documenting my life to look UP ,” here’s some peer reviewed scientific evidence exposing chemtrails as the crime against humanity (and the environment) they truly are. May the haze begin to clear — on all levels.

Covert Geopolitics

A peer reviewed, court admissible scientific evidence of the deliberate annihilation of the global population has been released to the public by a very prominent scientist. This explosive revelation was made through the peer reviewed International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.

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6 responses to this post.

  1. It is wonderful to see the momentum growing for disclosure or at least exposure.

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  2. Hmmmm, apparently, this study has been retracted: . Is it reallllly a retraction? I don’t know, but in the interests of transparency, I’m listing that link. 🙂



    • It’s an aerosol – in the past it has demonstrably been proven to be aluminum, barium, or strontium, and that varies from flight to flight. Whether or not they have started using fly ash doesn’t really matter to our efforts to expose this project to the light of day. It is an enormously expensive project for one thing, and we as tax payers are probably paying for it.



      • No doubt, we’re paying for it one way or another — either via funding the military’s black budget projects via paying for occupation of poppy fields, etc. or more directly. I’ve been in contact with a CA scientists who’s been finding nanoparticles in the fish and waters of Sacramento. It’s real, but no one anywhere in his chain of command will support any further research. They told him he needs to find something else causing the rapid fish die-offs.



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