On June 29, 2016, CIA Director John Brennan delivered a speech to the Council on Foreign Relations during which he clearly confessed in plain English to the use of geoengineering around the globe. He touts the benefits of spraying aerosol particles in the atmosphere to allegedly reflect sunlight. He then finishes by stating that this technology could cause countries to rise up and oppose one another. This is an admission that they have technology that can manipulate the weather, and even use it as a weapon.
Furthermore, it’s Winter Watch’s contention that this method is used for behavior modification on human populations. It creates a listless, lower reactive mind to fog the ability to tell the difference between real and unreal. This is constantly tested in real time via the hoaxes.
These empty suits are out-of-control transhumanists trying to play God and with nature. With this admission, the disingenuous “conspiracy theorist” debunking of the chemtrail evidence is looking more and more dicey and suspect. Who is wearing the tinfoil hat now, suckers.
Weather Modification 101: Would love to see somebody try and debunk this one. It is from Nexrad’s actual website.
Excellent documentary on geoengineering and chemtrailing (Italian with English subtitles):
Update on Hurricane Florence ‘When Pigs Fly’ Article
Reuters reports that North Carolina’s Department of Environmental Quality on Tuesday discovered the walls of four pits holding hog waste, known as lagoons, gave way because of the storm. Thirteen pits overflowed due to rain, and nine were inundated by floodwaters.
More lagoons will be at risk of overflowing in the days ahead, state data shows, including 30 that are filled to the brim with waste and water and another 25 with 0-3 inches of space to spare.
Duplin County, which has the highest density of hogs in the state, is bisected by the Cape Fear River, is forecast to reach major flood levels Tuesday, with a crest of 62.3 feet. During Hurricane Matthew in 2016, the Cape Fear River inundated 14 hog-waste lagoons. The river had crested at 58.9 feet.
The National Weather Service has stated that historic river flooding will continue for days across portions of the Carolinas. Already, three North Carolina rivers, including the Neuse, Trent and Cape Fear, have flooded, with record-setting flooding expected by the end of the week.
Winter Watch Note: These rivers are in the heart of the farm factories.
Does this hog-fatality count seem credible? North Carolina estimated on Tuesday that 3.4 million poultry birds and 5,500 hogs died in Hurricane Florence.
An article from NPR adds an important detail: “A spokesperson for the state said that officials do not yet have any information on the number of hogs that may have been trapped by floodwaters. State officials have not yet carried out their own inspections of hog farms, and they’re relying on farmers to report any damage. Some farms still may not have power or phone service.”
Separately, more than 5 million gallons of partially treated sewage spilled into Cape Fear River when a generator failed at Wilmington’s wastewater treatment plant. Anything above 1,000 gallons is considered significant contamination.
In a press conference on Monday, EPA Director of Land and Emergency Management Reggie Cheatham said a separate sewage treatment plant in Jackson, North Carolina, also experienced a “catastrophic failure” over the weekend.
A coal-ash landfill owned by Duke Energy at the L.V. Sutton Power Station near Wilmington has collapsed twice already — once on Saturday and once on Monday — spilling at least 2,000 cubic yards of coal ash. That’s enough to fill 150 dump trucks and send storm water contaminated with coal-ash toxins into a nearby lake.