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MASSIVE DROUGHT... and the spraying continues!!!

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MASSIVE DROUGHT... and the spraying continues!!! PostWed Aug 29, 2007 12:30 am  Reply with quote  

While the Midwest drowns in bizarre and extremely unusual flooding, a large portion of the U.S. is suffering (and burning) from some of the worst droughts on record...

Strange weather indeed!

Since the first of May, we've had virtually NO RAIN here in Western New York... it's as if somebody turned off the faucet; on the last day of April, 2007. I see the chemtrails being sprayed up in our skies almost on a daily basis now, I've been an amateur meteorologist for 35+ years and have been studying this whole thing intently for the past seven years... I know damn well what's going on!

We need a LOT of rain here to make up for the HUGE deficit from the last 4 months of this worsening drought. EVERYTHING is BONE DRY now, all the brooks have dried up, the creeks are all very low, as well as all of the rivers in this region. Even some of the trees with shallow root systems, and some of the older and less healthy trees, I am now beginning to observe, are starting to die. Our water table is also getting disturbingly low. The farmers in this region are also having a pretty rough time because of this, many are saying that if we don't have a good rain soon, they won't make it through another season. The plants are all wilting, many withering, and the wildlife is really hurting badly. The earth is crying out for rain... you can actually FEEL it every time you go outside under the hot sun!

It's becoming obvious to a growing number of concerned and awake citizens as to why this is all happening, and where it is going, and these artificially induced droughts are all a part of this. And unfortunately, as long as our TV forecaster shills spew out this line that rain is bad, and unending sunny days are good, most people are so deeply and throughly conditioned that they buy it all... hook, line and sinker!

So, bring on the "HAZY" sun, as our forecasters would have us think. And here's to all the endless, sunny, hot, rainless "gorgeous" days of barbecuing out on the grill, gulping down the beer, mowing the lawns and swimming out in the pool under a "hazy" sun and a "22 degree rainbow halo" surrounding it. And here's to all those jet skiers out on the lake, enjoying the good life, yet totally oblivious to a sickly sky full of "wispy", "upper-level" chemical clouds.
I'm lovin' it!!!

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PostWed Aug 29, 2007 12:24 pm  Reply with quote  

We are having a drought here too in Idaho. We are having alot
of fires here. We also havent had thunder storms with heavy rains.
Its just hot and dry.
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PostWed Aug 29, 2007 12:39 pm  Reply with quote  

Great post Big Joe. We have had so much rain that my back yard is still mushy. Mold is growing everywhere. I've never seen anything like it. My back yard, which faces west and gets sun for most of the day, has mold growing on the grass and deck. Green and yellow speckles. The mosquitoes are out in droves now. Did you see the post about how the country of Greece is on fire. It is AMAZING how areas can be so perfectly targeted. And the weathermen just keep spewing their BS lies. Everyone discusses how WEIRD the weather is, but mention that it is being manipulated with high science and they just glaze over.
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Is there any evidence of increased/decreased spraying in areas that have suffered drought/flooding? Because I can't say I've noticed any real difference here (which after several very dry summers has been extremely wet) - except it's perhaps there's been more low level cloud so any spraying wouldn't have been visible.

In other words, is there any way of predicting which way the weather will go by monitoring the spraying?
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Great observations about the trees dying. We are having the same problem in Maryland. While it may seem self centered, I did for about an entire week an hour by hour look at the weather across MD,DC,DE,and VA and would post whenever I saw the USAF spraying to cut out the rain over BWI. They were slicing up the rain here to get the planes to land. Evidently air travel is a bit more important than crops and nature to these people.


Since 2003 I have done discussions showing how to examine a Satellite photo and compare it to model data to see which way they will modify the weather. 70+ discussions and I havn't been wrong. Not to beat my own drum, but I'm still the only person out there that has successfully put together weather forecasts based on chemtrails using Satellite photos and model data.

One of my better works.
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PostWed Aug 29, 2007 11:26 pm  Reply with quote  

Thanks for the kind words, all. It's good to be back... Very Happy

At the time that I posted this radar loop (Tuesday, 7:26 P.M.), as usual for this summer, once again, a line of severe thunderstorms with lots of reds and yellows (RAIN!!!) extends from the upper Midwest, above both Lakes Erie and Ontario, from Detroit, through southern Ontario and Quebec, to north of Burlington, Vermont.

This line of heavy downpours is heading virtually due east, which should bring it over our region within the next twelve to eighteen hours or so. What do you want to bet that by tomorrow morning, you hit this link once again, and notice that these storms have all but vanished. This is the type of storm system that has been flooding the Midwest, but by the time it reaches the eastern Ohio Valley and Western New York, they have vanished. Under normal circumstances, these are the types of storms that this region depends on during the summer months for a large part of it's rainfall, but ever since the beginning of May, they never make it this far. I've been watching this since early May, and I've lost track how many times that this has happened over the past four months! The satellite images show that heavy spraying is taking place over these clouds. My feeling is that they are inducing these storms to rain themselves out very quickly, creating downpours and flooding over the areas where this type of spraying is taking place, but unfortunately, depriving other areas farther east in the track of these storms of their much needed rainfall. That's one way to put the local farmers out of business... flooding and drought, and nobody is the wiser. With local farming out of commission, it would be extremely easy to turn all of the growing over to the huge multi-national corporations. It's interesting that a huge multi-national NWO corporation like Monsanto is already gradually being given the rights to grow food for certain populations by getting rid of the local growers, and they are even now being given the right to distribute water to certain population segments. Also, this will give them the power to distribute their genetically altered food to our grocery stores where most of us, if we want to survive, will have no choice, but to eat it, and who knows what physical results these genetically tampered foods will have on us... only Monsanto and the US government know that one! And with all of the local farmers/growers forced out of business, this will be all that's available for us. Check out the next two postings for more on this...

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Millions Against Monsanto
Biotech, Biotechnology, Roundup Ready, Soybeans, seed saving, genetically modified

Send a fax to Monsanto !

Hugh Grant
Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer
Monsanto Company
800 North Lindbergh Boulevard
St. Louis, MO-63167
(314) 694-1000

Dear Mr. Grant:

I am deeply concerned about the direction Monsanto Company has taken in the past decade with respect to sustainable agriculture and farmers' rights. Right now we are at a critical crossroads in history, and I fear that Monsanto Company is not contributing to the nation's welfare with a "profits over people" attitude.

Monsanto Company has embarked on a vicious campaign against family farmers in the North American heartland, as well as across the world. These hardworking farmers are the backbone of our nation's food supply and national security. The current climate of insecurity has been exacerbated by your company¹s policies of intimidation, lawsuits and defamation.

Monsanto's legal actions against Percy Schmeiser, the Rodney Nelson family, and the Oakhurst Dairy for example, are deplorable attacks, and do not reflect your "Stake in the Ground" pledge to honesty and decency.

The North American farm sector is becoming a veritable wasteland. Monsanto's Genetically Engineered crops have increased pesticide use, destroyed key export markets and threaten global food safety. Over 90% of American consumers want genetically engineered foods labeled, while 60% or more want GE-Free food for themselves and for their families.

Family farmers have the right to produce the safe, sustainable food without fear of intimidation and litigation. Consumers have the right to choose food that guarantees their families' health and safety. I demand that Monsanto change course by adopting the following practices:

1. Stop intimidating small family farmers
2. Stop force-feeding untested and unlabeled genetically engineered foods on consumers
3. Stop using billions of dollars of taxpayers’ money to subsidize genetically engineered crops- cotton, soybeans, corn, and canola.

I look forward to your written response on this important matter.
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And along with our food supply, it appears that Monsanto has it's greedy eyes on dishing out, and most likely charging, our own water to us! Please read on...
By Dr. Vandana Shiva
CorporationWatch August 1999

Over the past few years, Monsanto, a chemical company, has positioned
itself as an agricultural company through control over seed the first link
in the food chain. Monsanto now wants to control water, the very basis of

In 1996, Monsanto bought the biotechnology assets of Agracetus, a
subsidiary of W.R. GRACE, for $150 million and Calagene, a California
based plant biotechnology company for $340 million. In 1997, Monsanto
acquired Holden seeds, the Brazilian seed company Sementes Agrocerus and
Asgrow. In 1998, Monsanto purchased Cargill's seed operations for $1.4
billion. It bought Delta and Pine land for $1.82 billion and Dekalb for
billion. It bought Unilever's European wheat breeding business for $525
million. In India Monsanto has bought Mahyco, Maharashtra Hybrid Company,
E.I.D. Parry and Rallis. Mr.Jack Kennedy of Monsanto has stated "We
to penetrate the Indian Agricultural sector in a big way. MAHYCO is a good
vehicle." According to Robert Farley of Monsanto "what you are seeing is
just a consolidation of seed companies, it is really a consolidation of
entire food chain. Since water is an central to food production as seed
and without water life is not possible.

Monsanto is now trying to establish its control over water. During 1999
Monsanto plans to launch a new water business, starting with India and
Mexico since both these countries are facing water shortages.

Monsanto is seeing a new business opportunity in water because of the
emerging water crisis and the funding available to make this vital
resource available to people. As it states in its strategy paper, "first
believe that discontinuities (either major policy changes or major
breaks in resource quality or quantity) are likely, particularly in the
of water and we will be well positioned via these business to profit even
more significantly when these discontinuities occur. Second, we are
exploring the potential of non-conventional financing (NGO's, World Bank([search]),
USDA etc.) that may lower our investment or provide local country business
building resources." Thus, the crisis of pollution and depletion of water
resources is viewed by Monsanto as a business opportunity. For
Monsanto "Sustainable Development" means the conversion of an ecological
crisis into a market of scarce resources. "The business logic of
development is that population growth and economic development will apply
increasing pressure on natural resource markets. These pressures and the
world's desire to prevent the consequences of these pressures if unabated,
will create vast economic opportunity when we look at the world through
lens of sustainability we are in a position to see current and foresee
impending resource market trends and imbalances that create market needs.
have further focussed this lens on the resource market of water and land.

These are the markets that are most relevant to us as a life sciences
company committed to delivering "food, health and hope" to the world, and
there are markets in which there are predictable sustainability challenges
and therefore opportunities to create business value." Monsanto plans to
earn revenues of $420 million and net income of $63 million by 2008 from
water business in India and Mexico. By the year 2010 about 2.5 billion
people in the world are projected to lack access to safe drinking water.
least 30% of the population in China, India, Mexico and US is expected to
face severe water stress.

By the year 2025 the supply of water in India will be 700 cubic kilometers
per year while the demand is expected to rise to 1050 units. Control over
this scarce and vital resource will of course
be a source of guaranteed profits. As John Bastin of the European Bank of
Reconstruction and Development has stated "Water is the last
infrastructure frontier for Private investors." Monsanto estimates that
providing safe water is a several billion dollar market. It is growing at
- 30% in rural communities and is estimated to be $300 million by the year
2000 in India and Mexico. This is the amount currently spent by NGO's for
water development projects and local government water supply schemes and
Monsanto hopes to tap these public finances for providing water to rural
communities and convert water supply into market. The Indian Government
spent over $ 1.2 billion between 1992-97 for various water projects whicle
the World Bank spent $900 million. Monsanto would like to divert this
money from public supply of water to establishing Monsanto's water
Since in rural areas the poor cannot pay, in Monsanto's view "Capturing a
piece of the value created for this segment will require the creation of a
non-traditional mechanism targeted at
building relationships with local government and NGO's as well as through
innovative financing mechanisms, such as microcredit.

Monsanto also plans to penetrate the Indian market for safe water by
establishing a joint venture with Eureka Forbes / TATA, which controls 70%
of the UV Technologies. To enter the water business Monsanto has acquired
equity stake in Water Health International (WHI) with an option to buy the
rest of the business. Monsanto will also buy a Japanese company which has
developed electrolysis technology. The joint venture with TATA / Eureka
Forbes is supposed to provide market access, and fabricate, distribute,
service water systems, Monsanto will leverage their brand equity in the
Indian Market. The joint venture route has been chosen so that "Monsanto
can achieve management control over local operations but not have legal
consequences due to local issues."

Another new business that Monsanto is starting in 1999 in Asia in
aquaculture. The aquaculture business will build on the foundation of
Monsanto's agricultural biotechnology and capabilities for fish feed and
fish breeding. By 2008 Monsanto expects to earn revenues of $1.6 billion
net income of $266 million from its aquaculture business. While Monsanto's
entry into aquaculture is through its Sustainable Development activity,
industrial aquaculture has been established to be highly non sustainable.
The Supreme Court of India had banned industrial shrimp farming because of
it's catastrophic consequences.

However, the government, under pressure of the aquaculture industry, is
attempting to change the laws, to undo the Supreme Court order. At the
time, attempts are being made by the World Bank to privatise water
and establish trade in water rights. These trends will suit Monsanto well
establishing its new Water Business and Aquaculture business. The World
has already offered to help. As the Monsanto strategy paper states "We are
particularly enthusiastic about the potential of partnering with the
International Finance Corporation (IFC) of the World Bank to joint venture
projects in developing markets. The IFC is eager to work with Monsanto to
commercialise sustainability opportunities and would bring both investment
capital and on the ground capabilities to our efforts."

Monsanto's Water and Aquaculture Business, like it's seed business, is
aimed at controlling vital resources necessary for survival, converting
into a market and using public finances to underwrite the investments. A
more efficient conversion of public goods into private profit would be
difficult to find. Water is however too basic for life and survival. The
right to water is the right to life. The privatisation and commodification
of water is a threat to the right to life. India has had major water
movements to conserve and share water. The Pani Panchayat and the water
conservation movement in Maharashtra and Tarun Bharat Sangh in Alwar, have
regenerated and equitably shared water as a commons. This is the only way
that everyone will have the right to water and nobody will have the right
abuse and overuse water. Water is a commons and must be managed as a
commons. It cannot be controlled and sold by a Life Sciences
Corporation that peddles in Death.

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7:40 P.M., August 29, 2007

Another hot dry day here. Our local forecasters continue to tell us to look forward to a "gorgeous" Labor Day weekend, and not to worry, there won't be any rain over the weekend to spoil our fun out in the sun! They are also predicting that by the time the above mentioned line of storms reaches our area, it should be pretty much depleted of any moisture that it had today, so we can look forward to more boating, tanning out in the sun, grilling on the barbeque, a great time for golfing, and of course...mowing the lawn... all the fun things that we have been taught to enjoy in our free time. It's so nice to have these smiling forecasters tell us what to do with our time spent outdoors! Aren't we lucky!!!

I've been checking over some data, and it would appear that for the months of May through July, 2007, our rainfall is at now 6.78 inches below normal for those four months, which now puts us in a severe drought! Quite frankly, I've NEVER seen it this dry before. It's very disturbing to see this... especially when you realize that this drought has been deliberately created, and is being artificially sustained. The local weather liars know damn well what is going on... but choose to lie to us about it through false smiles and forked tongues. What a sham!
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Big Joe; Got to hand it to ya. You cover a subject very well, have good insight as to what is going on. Vicious ultertior motives by governments, U.N; Illuminati, big business (Monsanto, etc) targeting the general population worldwide, working to destroy everything that's normal and good about the earth. You could very well write a book, think about it.!!! Cool
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Thanks Jeanie, but first I gotta finish painting the house, fix the plumbing under the kitchen sink and re-seal the driveway, stop the plumbing from knocking, before I can even think of anything else. I never did get any of those things done yet, and then make some much needed repairs on the roof before winter sets in... everything is falling apart around here like you wouldn't believe. For reason's that we've talked about, I've kind of had to let things go around here over the past year or so. Also tomorrow, got a LOT of watering to do!!! Our garden is REALLY DRY, and I can't let all of that work that we put into it earlier in the season go to waste! I sure wish that I had the enthusiasm, skill and the green thumb that you have for gardening!

And speaking of vegetable gardens... according to some U.N. documents that have recently been uncovered, once they have their new system in place, they will find some reason or other to make it illegal to grow our own food in our own vegetable gardens! They want to make us COMPLETELY dependent on their system, to the point where being self sufficient, in ANY way, shape or form, will be totally out of the question. They intend to dole out all of our food to us... at THEIR discretion... NOT ours! So when you think about the steps that Monsanto and these other huge multi-national outlaw corporations are now taking to drive the independent farmers out of business, including everything; from intimidation to the creation of floods and droughts... to who knows what else... the outlawing of the backyard vegetable garden would only be one more logical step towards this upcoming nightmare that they have planned for us. And from what I'm hearing now, ALL of our food will eventually be grown somewhere down in South America... And sadly, the U.S., if they have their way, will be reduced to nothing more than a total service economy; a faint shadow of it's former self.
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With local farming out of commission, it would be extremely easy to turn all of the growing over to the huge multi-national corporations. It's interesting that a huge multi-national NWO corporation like Monsanto is already gradually being given the rights to grow food for certain populations by getting rid of the local

Maybe the US Govt. or someone powerful doesn't want anyone living in Rural New York,or Pennsylvania...the farmers would be the last ones in that region to have any economic impact, since the manufactoring has been expunged.
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Some interesting quotes from The Impact of Science on Society, by Lord Bertrand Russel, published in 1953 from a series of papers and lectures given by our Lord.

After discussing the technological advances to communications and military advancements he continues as follows:

"There would now be no technical difficulty about a single world-wide Empire. Since war is likely to become more destructive of human life than it has been in recent centries, unification under a single government is probably necessary unless we are to acquiesce in either a return to barbarism or the extinction of the human race.

There is, it must be confessed, a psychological difficulty about a single world government. The chief source of social cohesion in the past, I repeat, has been war: the passions that inspire a feeling of unity are hate and fear. These depend upon the existence of an enemy, actual or potential. It seems to follow that a world government could only be kept in being by force, not by the spontaneous loyalty that ow inspires a nation at war." page 26

"More important than these metaphysical speculations is the question whether a scientific dictatorship, such as we have been considering, can be stable, or is more likely to be stable than a democracy. Apart from the danger of war, I see no reason why such a regime should be unstable. After all, most civilized and semi-civilized countries known to history have had a large class of slaves or serfs completely subordinate to their owners. There is nothing in human nature that makes the persistence of such a system impossible. And the whole development of scientific technique has made it easier than it used to be to maintain a despotic rule of a minority. When government controls the distribution of food, its power is absolute so long as it can count on the police and the armed forces. And their loyalty can be secured by giving them some of the prividleges of the governing class. I do not see how any internal movement of revolt can ever bring freedom to the oppressed in a modern scientific dictatorship."

He also discusses indoctrinating children early, through public schooling, injections, diet in order to create a docile, obedient society, no longer able to rebel against the ruling authorities:

"It is expected that advances in physiology and psychology will give governments much more control over individual mentality than they now have even in totalitarian countries. Fichte laid it down that education should aim at destroying free will, so that, after pupils have left school, they shall be incapable, throught the rest of their lives, of thinking or acting otherwise than as their schoolmasters would have wished. But in his day this was an unattainable ideal: what he regarded as the best system in existence produced Karl Marx. In future such failures are not likely to occur where there is dictatorship. Diet, injections, and injunctions will combine, from a very early age, to produce the sort of character and the sort of beliefs that the authorities consider desirable, and any serious criticism of the powers that be will become psychologically impossible. Even if all are miserable, all will believe themselves happy, because the government will tell them they are so." page. 49-50

Lord Bertrand Russell worked for the British Crown, was a member of the Royal Institute for International Affairs (the head branch over the CFR). He spent many years in China starting up universities to train the young Chinese how to be good communists. He was a member of the round table groups, of the Elite that have worked diligently to bring about a world government, under one despotic rule.

Publisher's Note on Back of Book:

This book is based upon lectures originally given at Ruskin College in Oxford. Three of these lectures, Chapter 1 on Science and Tradition, Chapter II on General Effects of Scientific Technique, and Chapter VI on Science and Values, were subsequently repeated at Columbia University under the auspices of the Machette Foundation, and were published and copyrighted by The Columbia University Press in an earlier and smaller book also entitled "The Impact of Science on Society." These three chapters are reprinted here by special permission. None of the other chapters has been published before in the United States. The last chapter in the present book was the Lloyd Roberts lecture given at the Royal Society of Medicine, London.
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Weatherman, PAK is absolutely right. The continued use of weather modification of and by itself is simply the tip of the iceberg! The agenda of the psychopaths who are now running the show goes far, far deeper than most of us could ever imagine..., and the implications for all of us are much more insidious and dire than simply what appears on the surface as trails in the sky. There is literally a war going on right now, it is a planned, covert psyop war, a war for our very bodies, minds and souls, and if you start to dig deeper, and begin to do your homework, you will start to realize that, unfortunately, they have "BIG" plans for all of us... the "common folk"; people like you and me and just about everybody else. They are very near the completion of this long term agenda of theirs, and for all of us... unless something is done, and done very soon, our way of life, and the world as we now know it, is about to change, and change VERY DRASTICALLY.

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