By Jay North
Dating back to 1962, when Rachel Carson penned the groundbreaking environmental science book Silent Spring, the public has gradually been awakening to the truth surrounding harmful chemicals.But if we hope to secure a safer and healthier future for our children, we still have a long way to go.
The physical harm resulting from certain heavy metals and chemicals has been reported in the mainstream media, and few people can deny the amount of air pollutants poisoning our air, but information about chemical trails or “chemtrails” have long been scoffed at and considered to be the territory of conspiracy theorists, rather than educated scientists.
Silent Spring took Carson a total of four years to complete, and included very extensive research involving the use of pesticides on birds and amphibians. Carson accused the chemical industry of deliberately misleading the public about the effects their products had on various species, including human beings.
She posited that many of the environmental problems taking place in the late 1950s and early 1960s were caused by synthetic chemicals and were not, as many believed, simply a natural occurrence. Of course, a similar situation is at play right now, with many conservatives denying that climate change has been worsened by the use of chemicals.
In spite of the backlash that Carson received from the pesticide industry for speaking out about the controversy, the book ignited passion in many ordinary Americans. It sold over two million copies. For the first time in history, the scientific community was unable to hide the truth about harmful chemicals.
In 1999, paranormal radio talk show host Art Bell began promoting the idea that the innocuous-looking chemical trails left behind by aircrafts were actually made up of a deadly mixture of chemicals.
Award-winning journalist William Thomas has become a well-known figure in the conspiracy theory community for his work uncovering secret information about chemtrails. He has appeared on George Noory’s Coast to Coast AM discussing his book Chemtrails Confirmed, which hypothesizes that many different kinds of law enforcement employees are well aware of the chemtrail conspiracy and seek to keep it hidden from the public.
Thomas’ book includes interviews with police officers, U.S. marines, airline pilots, air traffic controllers, and tanker crews that confirm that chemtrails are used for malicious purposes, and that the government willingly oversaw a project that ensured that chemtrails would spread harmful diseases to unsuspecting citizens.
Research suggests that Congressmen approved the use of chemical agents in military jet fuel that leaves long-lasting chemtrails in the sky. It seems likely that this is specifically occurring in highly populated areas worldwide.
Many people in areas with high amounts of air traffic have observed planes flying overhead, leaving behind thick chemical trails that linger for far longer than the contrails emitted by average passenger planes. They have also reported strange symptoms, such as fatigue, lethargy, aching joints, breathing difficulties, and a “sick” taste in their mouths, which appear to be related to their proximity to chemtrails.
In February 1999, Bell was inspired by Thomas’ interest in chemtrails and took it upon himself to conduct some amateur research himself. He claims to have ventured into the fields beyond his Pahrump, Nevada home to examine the aerial spraying left behind by planes. He reported an unexplained illness soon after.
Although Thomas and Bell were the first to publicly discuss this topic, it is clear that Americans have been paranoid about chemtrails since the 1970s and even earlier. It makes sense, considering the success of Silent Spring and the gradual increase in public concern for the environment in the last fifty years.
Over the past fifteen years, since chemtrail suspicion since took hold of the American public, the theory has only gathered more and more followers.
Today there is undeniable proof the chemtrails are detrimental to all live forms on planet. It is common knowledge throughout the world that chemtails are deadly poisons. So, one might ask one’s self why do they continue to blot out the sky’s and who benefits by its use. This writer believes these aerial attracts upon humanity and all living things needs to come to an end. Write political leaders throughout the world and tell them to stop killing people, now.
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