Gotta love the First Amendment

When I was handing out chemtrail awareness fliers outside a Green Festival in San Francisco’s Fort Mason, park officials and police claimed I was breaking the law by doing so. They quoted a clearly unconstitutional park policy, saying I’d have to stop handing out fliers, move out of the park or get cited and arrested. At one point they even suggested fencing me in to a makeshift “free speech zone.” When I pointed out that their rule/regulation was clearly unconstitutional and was thus null and void, they finally backed down.

Incidentally, the code he cited (36 CFR 2.52) only applies to groups of 25 or more. No less unconstitutional.

Moral of the story is that when you stand up for your rights, you will prevail.

Over both days I gave out thousands of fliers and DVDs – we really are reaching critical mass!

Paris report

Apologies for taking so long to fill you in on the Paris conference – things have been really picking up steam since you last heard from me.

First of all, we nailed it – and I couldn’t have done it without your generous help. I thank you deeply for helping drive a stake into the heart of this evil program.

The paper I brought was a huge success. I got it into the hands of 700 of the 2,000 attendees at the conference.

My BFF, Ken Caldeira, didn’t dare show his face at the opening reception, didn’t mention geoengineering *once* in his hour-long panel discussion on “solutions for climate change,” repeatedly refused to address my paper and scurried away each time I tried to talk to him. Seems he’s finally listening to the advice of his handlers.

The only time geoengineering was mentioned all week was at a small session off campus in a hard to find room – and even then they skimmed over it in 20 minutes.

So I think we can safely say they won’t try to insert geoengineering language in the December IPCC declaration. I’ll count that as a win. That’s not to say they won’t try to slip it in later when nobody’s watching. All the more reason to stay vigilant.

After Paris, I, Michael Murphy and Lexie Hunter went down to the awesome Max Bliss’s place in the south of France where we did some interviews and filming. When I get time I’ll post them to my YouTube channel.

But before I left Max’s, I found out via Jim Lee about the EPA public hearing on aircraft pollution, which I’m sure you already know about. Max and I finished out the testimony and even if I do say so myself, we killed it. Video of my testimony was picked up by Activist Post, Global Research and many others and has more than 11,000 views.

Public comment on the EPA proposal is open until August 31st, so please follow this link to make your voice heard.

A much more detailed report from Paris was put together by Olga Raffa – you can read it here.


EPA protest

The EPA conveniently stopped testing for airborne aluminum (a major component of chemtrails) in 2002 as the worldwide geoengineering program ramped up into high gear. Aluminum is listed in several geoengineering patents and extremely high levels are found in lab tests for rainwater, tree bark, snow, groundwater and human hair.

Since the EPA refuses to do its job, it has been left to concerned citizens to do these tests though approved labs – and the results are shocking. This high toxic load of particulate aluminum (and barium, strontium and other toxic metals) has been blamed on an increase of respiratory problems, Alzheimers, asthma, stroke, allergies and more.

We demand that the EPA does its job – protecting our environment – and at the very least resume testing for airborne metals like aluminum and enforce clean air standards by denouncing the geoengineering program.

To this end, concerned citizens will protest outside the San Francisco EPA office (75 Hawthorne Street, San Francisco between 2nd & 3rd, Folsom and Harrison) – which is supposed to protect the air of Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Pacific Islands and 148 Tribal Nations on Wednesday April 16th, from 11.30am to 4pm. Please bring your friends, DVDs, fliers, signs and strong voices. The plaza has room for hundreds of protesters – let’s fill it!

Here’s a link to the Facebook event.

SF Chemtrails Protest

At our latest chemtrail/geoengineering protest (educational outreach?) outside San Francisco City Hall, we were fortunate enough to meet an open minded intelligent man who listened to the evidence of the global geoengineering program, the patents, funding and shills who make it all possible. Luckily for us, the scumbags had provided show and tell in the form of a chemically ruined sky above our heads.

SF Chemtrails Protest

In our latest bi-monthly street action, Bay Area residents protested the planetary geoengineering program (chemtrails) to refreshingly well-informed and intelligent people outside San Francisco City Hall.

Come join us on the last Wednesday of every month on the Van Ness side of SF City Hall from 11am onwards and every second Saturday at the San Francisco Ferry Building from noon onwards. Bring signs, DVDs, fliers, whatever – you’ll be in good company!

Geoengineer discussed poisoning the sky

Geoengineer Ken Caldeira discussed spraying chemicals in our skies to “blunt the worst effects of global warming.” But when confronted (at 4:40) he was forced to admit there has been no global warming for at least 17 years (“it has leveled off”) and that when he worked at a nuclear weapons lab, he discussed poisoning the sky, “putting pathogens in a cloud” to “rain down on your enemy and do chemical and germ warfare.” But he assured us there was no reason for concern.

SF Chemtrails Protest

In our second monthly protest, Bay Area residents protested the planetary geoengineering program (chemtrails) to receptive crowds at San Francisco City Hall and the nearby farmers market on United Nations Plaza.

Come join us at SF City Hall at 11am on the last Wednesday of every month.