Chemtrails, also known as Geoengineering, is the intentional intervention in the Earth’s natural systems to offset climate change. Chemtrails specifically are the spraying of toxic chemicals from planes in our skies. The spraying is ongoing and has been especially prevalent since 1992. The chemicals being sprayed are primarily Aluminum Barium, Strontium, Titanium, Cadmium, Mercury, and Lithium, and many people deny this ongoing program. Cognitive dissonance along with a controlled narrative through the media and disinformation campaigns are primary reasons why many are still unaware of the lies in our skies. There are many resources available on Actual Activists to reveal the hidden truths.
MUST SEE DOCUMENT FROM DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY – Tropospheric Aerosol Program (TAP) 2001
EXAMPLES OF CHEMTRAILS
WEATHER MODIFICATION PATENTS
what are civil society actors?
Civil society is the “aggregate of non-governmental organizations and institutions that manifest interest and will of citizens.” Civil society includes the family and the private sphere, referred to as the “third sector” of society, distinct from government and business.
WHAT ABOUT GOVERNANCE?
In the context of regulation of research, participants discussed whether formal regulation was required. There was a consensus that, at a minimum we need greater transparency, with tracking of private research by a pertinent body at either the domestic or international level.
How Should Civil Society Actors Frame Geoengineering?
Some suggested that the dominant framing for geoengineering now is a “solution” to climate change. Few scientists would make such a claim, but the general public my still construe the promise of geoengineering as “this will make climate change go away, and, so, we don’t have to change our behaviors.” A few suggested that, to shift the conversation in productive ways, geoengineering should be characterized publicly as a “terrible choice.” Geoengineering, in other words, can be viewed by civil society organizations as a strategic opening, as a way to bring home the horrors’ of climate change to policymakers and the public.
A STRATEGIC RESPONSE.
In an ideal world, some argued, geoengineering would be a strategic tool. It would be just one among many forms of society-wide response. There would be robust and honest conversations about the tradeoffs of pursuing particular options, taking account of the entire suite of benefits and costs associated with mitigation, adaptation, and geoengineering activities. Yet history teaches that responses to social problems and the assessment of complex technologies seldom proceed in such a reasoned fashion. “Society”, one participant noted, “is lousy at strategy.”