Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Chemtrail Update from Canada

Dec 2010 - Chemtrails over Victoria BC after UN ban

By Teena Clipston
Published Dec 5, 2010

chemtrails over Juan de Fuca Straight
chemtrails over Juan de Fuca Straight
J. Gordon

The UN ban on Geoengineering does not include the United States. Are unknowing Canadians guinea pigs in U.S. chemtrail experiments?

On December 4, 2010, several military planes continued dropping chaff over the Juan de Fuca Straight between Sooke (Victoria) BC and Port Angeles WA.

The chaff, otherwise known as a chemtrail, is used in radar deflecting and geoengineering (weather modification). The chemtrail is not to be confused with a contrail (normal vapour from a plane). Chemtrails do not dissipate like contrails instead they linger in the sky and slowly spread out.

Witnesses say that the planes circled a large area over the straight, seemingly trying to block out the sun. The planes, flying at a higher altitude than commercial airlines, flew back and forth in a circular motion, leaving long trails behind them that contaminated the blue sky.

Chemtrail spraying was first confirmed in Victoria at the Victoria International Airport in December 2000, by Airport Authority Terry Stewart. He described the government spraying program as a “joint Canada-U.S. military operation”, where jets were laying plumes in lingering Xs, circles and tic-tac-toe grids over the city.

This was later verified in March 2001 by the Air Traffic Control manager with the Federal Aviation Association (FAA) for the northeaster seaboard of the United States, who admitted that US AirForce (USAF) was crossing into Canadian air space. The purpose of the mission was stated as weather modification.

Chemtrails have been know to contain; barium, aluminum, titanium, magnesium, and dibromethane. All of which can cause cancers, respiratory ailments, heart problems, and other illnesses.

The UN Ban

The UN banned geoengineering in October 2010 at the UN Convention on Biodiversity in Nagoya, Japan.

Delegates from 193 countries agreed to ban all weather modification programs until there was sufficient evidence to validate the associated risks.

Silvia Ribeiro, director of the ETC Group (Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration), stated “Any private or public experimentation or adventurism intended to manipulate the planetary thermostat will be in violation of this carefully crafted U.N. consensus.”

However, the United States would not agree to the ban and is not one of the 193 countries to sign the moratorium.

The United States on Geoengineering

The United States Committee on Science and Technology recently issued a report dated October 2010 called “climate engineering”. The report is titled Engineering the Climate: Research needs and Strategies for International Coordination. The report says:

“Climate engineering, also known as geoengineering, can be described as the deliberate large scale modification of the earth’s climate systems for the purposes of counteracting and mitigating climate change. As this subject becomes the focus of more serious consideration and scrutiny within the scientific and policy communities, it is important to acknowledge that climate engineering carries with it not only possible benefits, but also an enormous range of uncertainties, ethical and political concerns, and the potential for harmful environmental and economic side effects.” Page 3, Engineering the Climate: Research needs and Strategies for International Coordination Report.

In April 2009, White House science adviser John Holdren announced, “Global warming is so dire, the Obama administration is discussing radical technologies to cool Earth’s air.”

These radical technologies include the dispersal of a sunlight-reflecting artificial cloud cover.

Although this was the first time these procedures were discussed openly with the press, the United States had been experimenting with Geoengineering for sometime.

In 2001, scientist Lawrence Livermore stated that two different geoengineering projects were being conducted by the United States. One involved spraying aluminum particles to create artificial cloud cover. The other was spraying barium chemtrails to direct a military weapon in Alaska called HAARP.

In 1996, seven United States Air Force Officials released a study called Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025, which goes on to describe aerial obscuration by aircraft.

In 1992, the National Academy of Science created a report on greenhouse warming that included geoengineerning and examined Screening out sunlight.

Yet after all of this evidence, it still has been found that Military officials often deny claims of aerosol spraying during experimental geoengineering studies.

The Right to Clean Air

Under the Canadian Charter of rights, it is written “Everyone has the right not to be subjected to any cruel and unusual treatment or punishment.” Which leads to the question; Is it unusually cruel to be sprayed upon with chemicals in a geoengineering experiment?

The fact that chemtrials have persisted in Victoria BC for over ten years is disheartening to say the least. However, since the UN has now banned geoengineering, the spraying in Canada should stop, and that should also include the spraying that blows over the border from the United States.

Read more at Suite101: Dec 2010 - Chemtrails over Victoria BC after UN ban


  1. 12/8/2010: Satellite link shows CT activity over Gulf at around 11 AM Panhandle time.

    Gainewsville Swamped with CT's starting at 2PM local EST time

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    I went hunting through 50 subsets around the planet yesterday and could not find one subset panel without chemtrails. These maniacs are spraying the entire planet on every Continent including the open waters of the Atlantic and Pacific..... There must be 1,000 to 2,000 planes in the air every day to accomplish this crime.

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