He does not delight in the strength of the horse; He takes no pleasure in the legs of a man. The Lord takes pleasure in those who fear Him, In those who hope in His mercy.
— Psalm 145:10, 11
By David Tulis
I have been in Florida on vacation, and even as I toss about on the surf with my children the big story of “climate change” grabs my attention. Global warming is already being acted upon by global governments — through an approved pollution that has all the appearances of the villainous “greenhouse gases” cited in a draft report from a United Nations group.
Here in Daytona Beach Shores it’s Tuesday morning; jets have streaked overhead since sunrise, laying trails that turn into stratospheric clouds. Later in the day it’s hard to tell what the effect has been of these jet-sponsored cloud systems that seemed to have moved away after we reappear outside after lunch.
Jets were also active Sunday as we frolicked in the waves after worship and lunch.
A photo below shows the condo where I have been staying with my wife, Jeannette, and three children. Five sky stripes are visible at 8 a.m.
The Associated Press reports that a draft from the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change continues to warn that drastic action is needed by national governments worldwide to reduce gases that damage the atmosphere and are causing a host of evils that are already evident. These include what’s called extreme weather, flooding, bizarre hailstorms like one that plastered Mexico City, droughts, ice pack melting, rising sea levels and rising temperatures. These phenomena in nature will lead to a rise in warfare and the number of people who become refugees. Without changes in greenhouse gas emissions, “climate change risks are likely to be high or very high by the end of the 21st century,” the report says, according to AP.
Aircraft program = counterattack?
I post 45 photos above to make the point that the response demanded by such shrill reports are already well under way. Sky striping has been accelerated in recent years as part of SRM, or solar radiation management. The theory is that high-altitude aerosol emissions of reflective material block the sun with artificial clouds. It’s important to understand this program is operational and that it is dimming the sun already worldwide and certainly should be looked to as the cause of bizarre global weather, including artificially nucleated snow in Chattanooga.
The photos above show how God’s hand in nature has been diverted by the genius of man and wing. Great men since the 1960s have played with clouds, studied weather and taken possession of it, controlling it at the margins. Men make clouds. Men make sky. Jets crisscross the skies over towns in England, Slovakia, France and the United States. With cloud seeding, with their fumigations and aerosol “prescriptions” (as one doctoral thesis terms it), they fundamentally change the sky.
By and large over Chattanooga, sky striping delivers a dull and milky sky, a perpetual haze.
Have you noticed?
I suggest you make the point of watching the sky over your hometown for the next two weeks, and ask yourself if jet trails are possible and likely. The aerosol deposits in the upper atmosphere are visible to everyone, and it is certainly possible to emit material in addition to bombs, bullets and missiles from aircraft. Pesticides are sprayed from aircraft. From military craft, agent Orange defoliated many square miles of Vietnam during a war. Cloud seeding operations used silver iodide deposits against the Ho Chi Minh trail — Operation Popeye. For more on the topic read the Wikipedia entry for cloud seeding. A local carpenter tells me he was at a rock concert overflown by military aircraft, and that he and many others fell sick within minutes. The U.S. sprayed impoverished St. Louis black neighborhoods with suspected zinc cadmium sulfide in the 1950s, with many deaths resulting. Under the Treaty on Open Skies, foreign governments in league with the American government are overflying U.S. cities and spraying biological materials, according to former Army Gen. Al Cuppett, a former joint chiefs of staff member who loudly protests the secret program.
What sky striping might mean
Sky striping, at least on its surface, isn’t about biological agents. It’s about weather control. If we accept the major premise that weather control and airplanes go together, we can start trying to assess skies over Chattanooga and its modification, and whether any program imposes hidden and unknown costs upon the people. Should we, in other words, be concerned about human health?
Solar radiation management is another government war. Like the U.S.’ wars on poverty, drugs, diseases, money laundering, bank runs, privacy and literacy, the war on global warming is crucial enough to remain outside normal public policy circles under control of the U.S. congress. It is in military jurisdiction, operating under the legal authority of compelling state interest, like that authority used to seize land in eminent domain cases. The public interest justifies any damage to a given individual.
Chemtrailing supersedes any past federal war in ambition and scope, involving perhaps 1,000 jet aircraft pouring millions of tons of aerosolized metals into the sky eight miles up, ingredients which invariably drift to the ground after affecting weather patterns.
For people in Chattanooga, the River City in the so-called Volunteer State, sky striping became a local economy story with my report that a March 24 sky striping spectacular on a warm, sunny day was followed the next day by a freak snowstorm downtown. Mere coincidence?
My early reading into chemtrailing is that stratospheric aerosol geoengineering is a continuous program that serves many purposes since the 1960s. That’s 50 years of patents, science, research, experimentation, theorizing. That’s half a century of using aircraft in the skies to deposit ordinance other than those used in warfare. The images in this post suggest that the manipulation of the sky is a form of ordnance, because it is the imposition of a government policy without anyone being able to resist, no less persuasive than a bomb.
Talking about payload is exactly relevant to the skies over my city and yours. The U.S. air mobility command has 481 Boeing KC-135 Stratotankers, each with a payload of more than 41 tons. A tanker flying over Hamilton County returns to the landing strip 41 tons lighter than when it took off for these coordinates. These and other aircraft fitted to deliver aerosols into the upper atmosphere may be in use over Chattanooga, serving an ostensible government interest, one propelled by pronouncements such as the latest U.N. draft report.
The content of deliveries from overflights, especially if their use is part of the war on global warming, is reflective microscopic metals intended to stay aloft, but which I expect fall to earth after a day or after a month of being suspended aloft.
What’s the point?
Why, you ask, do I feel the need to bring this matter to your attention? Because our exploration of local economy in one Southern citydepends on our reducing our dependence on “the good people” and elevating it elsewhere. Namely, raising our dependency on God and His sovereign grace. On our own efforts with children and among family. On efforts to serve other people in commerce and in private life. On self-determination, self-government and free enterprise. In voluntary relationships rather than coerced ones. My explorations are intended to make you turn away from any remaining confidence in the national government, upon which we blame the disaster of democratic totalitarianism to date and the pending political and economic crises its failings have created.
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‡ Jim Salter, “Secret Cold War tests in St. Louis raise concerns,“ Oct. 4, 2012, Associated Press
Nooganomics.com, city’s No. 7 media platform, only one to cover war on global warming as evidenced in Chattanooga, as follows:
The first media coverage of sky striping in Chattanooga, April 2014: Bizarre March blizzard follows day of heavy chemtrailing in Chattanooga skies