Ethan A. Huff
September 26, 2011
The mainstream news media has been quietly releasing an increasing number of stories these days that openly admit the existence of geo-engineering programs, including accounts of various chemical and particle release programs similar to the “chemtrail” operations that those dubbed as conspiracy theorists have been warning the public about for years.
Consider this recent report in Scientific American, for instance, which speaks openly about plans in the UK for an advanced new device that will pump toxins in the atmosphere to promote atmospheric “cooling.” The article references how the new design is much more efficient and less expensive than “launch[ing] thousands of high-altitude aircraft” to do the same task (http://www.scientificamerican.com/a…).
There is a plethora of additional information and reports out there as well that confirm the existence of geo-engineering and chemtrail programs, many of which have been shown to already be in use, not to mention thousands of eyewitness reports and independent particle tests.
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So in response, Michael J. Murphy, co-producer of the documentary What in the World Are They Spraying?, and a large and growing group of concerned citizens in Maui, Hawaii, have created a county ordinance by which they hope to put an end to this environmental terrorism.
If you have yet to see Murphy’s film for yourself, be sure to watch this 11-minute trailer to gain some further insight into the geo-engineering agenda:
In a recent press release, Murphy explains that he and his team, with the help of a growing base of concerned citizens, are working to pass The Clean Sky Ordinance, a law that will ban any and all geo-engineering and chemtrail programs from taking place in the skies above Maui County.
The ordinance, which is currently being sponsored by several public officials and council members in the area, prohibits the release of aerosols and other particulates into the atmosphere without informed consent from the people of Maui County.
You can watch a video that highlights the birth of the ordinance here:
Murphy is also encouraging citizens of counties across the US to craft similar legislation, and work to get it passed in their own areas as well.
To learn more about how to fight illegal geo-engineering in your community, visit:
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