Hello Paul in Minnesota, as you mention, your state’s extremely frigid temps were about 60 degrees colder that what it was here where I live in (relatively balmy) Alaska yesterday – damn strange I’d say! It is horribly disturbing to know that you folks are being chemically and electromagnetically freezer-burnt as you describe, but I can relate to what you say from experience. In contrast, here yesterday, our local area had a dense “cloud” of “fog” envelope everything (at about 33 degrees F) that was of course sprayed and laid upon us during the night continuing the effect of our artificial warmth. With considerable anxiety do I ever draw a breath out of doors anymore, especially when it’s so in your face, and you can literally, see, smell, and taste the toxic air.
Our friend Dominic, the plant pathologist, describes here the truth concerning the plague upon our trees. And the “disease” attributed to the particular pest (spruce beetle, et al) is a symptom of the sinister biochemical/electromagnetic assault upon life, our precious trees being the guardians of our ecosystems. Sadly I doubt that there are any pristine places left on this planet. Alaska is one of the few states where maybe something close to “pristine” may still be sought, if not found. It is still relatively heavily wooded in my hometown except where clusters of commercial buildings and dense neighborhoods exist. But everywhere you look, the trees appear pathetically sick or dead — leaning, fallen, or most of those still standing with branches and bark over-encrusted with lichen or black fungi or similar signs of decline. The once thick stands of evergreens are no longer vibrant dark green, but now are heavily spoilt with rusty-brown hues – the shade of dead spruce trees. Our once brilliant blue skies of cold winter days are most often an ugly milky gray like everywhere else these in these unnatural times. This one-minute video shows a horizon scene so very like what I see here in Alaska each morning or evening – with the perpetrators obviously doing their evil deeds. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Bg8eM6CDec
“The question is whether any civilization can wage relentless war on life without destroying itself, and without loosing the right to be called civilized.”
And another quote, also, from the same exceptionally wise woman who saw the truth long before most of us:Rachel Carson, author of Silent Spring.
“Those who contemplate the beauty of the Earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts.
BlueSue, Geoengineering Watch 2 Comments
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