Not a conspiracy theory: U.S. government has engaged in weather modification since 1953

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Chemtrails over Barcelona, Spain

A recent article in New York Times Magazine of April 18, 2017, asks if it’s O.K. “to tinker with the environment to fight climate change”.

Tinkering with the environment is another way of saying “weather modification“.

The NYT article by Jon Gertner describes Harvard professor David Keith’s proposal of a continuous “solar engineering” project to slow down global warming, at a cost of $1 billion a year, by flying ten Gulfstream jets around the world, spraying 25,000 tons of liquid sulphur gas. The gas will condense into airborne particles that scatter sunlight and so reduce global warming. Keith argues such a project is technologically feasible, but is concerned, as he puts it, about “the ethics about messing with nature.”

What neither Keith nor reporter Gertner seems to know (or pretend they don’t know) is that the U.S. government has been engaged in “tinkering with…

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Trump jokes about replacing Haley, takes it back

The Ugly Truth

UN ambassador, darling of the American Jewish community, is assured her job is safe immediately after quip

ed note–those who think this was just Trump joking around, it wasn’t. At the political level in which he operates, everything is thought out well ahead of time for its political effect.

The whole thing can be humorously compared to that famous scene from My Big Fat Greek Wedding below–

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Trump jokes about replacing Haley, takes it back

The Ugly Truth

UN ambassador, darling of the American Jewish community, is assured her job is safe immediately after quip

ed note–those who think this was just Trump joking around, it wasn’t. At the political level in which he operates, everything is thought out well ahead of time for its political effect.

The whole thing can be humorously compared to that famous scene from My Big Fat Greek Wedding below–

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Flight Bombs and Airport Shootings: Inside Israeli Bomb Hoaxer’s Indictment

The Ugly Truth

Threats to JCCs are just tip of the iceberg, with damning list of indictments against U.S.-Israeli teen spanning extortion, assaulting police and drug trafficking; extradition battle looms

ed note–much of the story is a re-hashing of things we already know, but there is something very vital to consider appearing in the piece as is contained below–

‘If Israel refuses to extradite him to the US, it would represent a break in policy, because since the 1990s it has agreed to extraditions with the proviso that, once sentenced, Israelis convicted overseas can serve out potential jail terms in an Israeli prison.’

The question that must be asked is–WHY?

WHY would Israel refuse to extradite the ‘yoot’–as the JMSM is trying to portray him–and particularly when considering the sheer size, scope and seriousness of the crimes that took place almost exclusively in the US?

The answer is obvious–the ‘yoot’ is up to…

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Flight Bombs and Airport Shootings: Inside Israeli Bomb Hoaxer’s Indictment

The Ugly Truth

Threats to JCCs are just tip of the iceberg, with damning list of indictments against U.S.-Israeli teen spanning extortion, assaulting police and drug trafficking; extradition battle looms

ed note–much of the story is a re-hashing of things we already know, but there is something very vital to consider appearing in the piece as is contained below–

‘If Israel refuses to extradite him to the US, it would represent a break in policy, because since the 1990s it has agreed to extraditions with the proviso that, once sentenced, Israelis convicted overseas can serve out potential jail terms in an Israeli prison.’

The question that must be asked is–WHY?

WHY would Israel refuse to extradite the ‘yoot’–as the JMSM is trying to portray him–and particularly when considering the sheer size, scope and seriousness of the crimes that took place almost exclusively in the US?

The answer is obvious–the ‘yoot’ is up to…

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