Taken from my home on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington State. Some contrast enhancement. I have enhanced some of these photographs to reveal what I can see with my eyes, but are often too subtle for my little camera to pick up. I hope you can get the scope of the vast distances these chemical trails are covering. Electronic warfare uses the same technologies as geoengineering. Electronic Warfare is a form of Geoengineering.
Very little enhancement. We don’t get much sun out here, but when the sun shines into my home at a certain angle I can clearly see the now even smaller nano-particles of toxic metals that the Navy is using to float and cover the sky as they weaponize, ionize, and ‘metalize’ the atmosphere. I know I am breathing nano-sized aluminum, barium, strontium, lithium, and god-knows what other toxic-to-life materials from the highly secretive company American Elements. Take Silica to prevent dementia!
Who is producing the chemicals in the Aerosol Spraying “chemtrails”? / AMERICAN ELEMENTS: American Elements’ production facilities are fully staffed and equipped to bulk manufacture metals, compounds and crystalline structures in virtually every purity and physical morphology that nature and current technology commercially allow.
Detail of previous photo. Some contrast etc. enhancement.
VSF: After two years of watching the Navy commandeer the once pristine skies and forests of the Olympic Peninsula into a toxic warzone, now immersed in radiation not conducive to human or any other health, I have concluded that their deadly to all life operations will never cease. It would take an awakening of the general population and the ‘order-follower’ jet pilots themselves to stop these crimes against humanity and our planet. The Navy is not listening – they do not care, we are irrelevant to them, the locals here are considered merely collateral damage.
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VSF: Suicide rates among soldiers returning from Viet Nam, Iraq, Afghanistan, and now Syria is another indication that the ‘order followers’ are unable to live with the acts of murder and other atrocities that haunt them. As one Viet Nam Vet friend says, they cannot quiet the voices in their head. Over time, alcohol and prescription drugs only make the guilt worse. Those who came back from Viet Nam are around my age now (72) and my understanding is that most of them have realized how they were used by the corporations for the profit and expansion of the empire, to acquire more resources.
Matthew Hoh had nearly 12 years of experience with America’s wars overseas with the United States Marine Corps, Department of Defense and State Department.
In 2009, Hoh resigned in protest from his post in Afghanistan with the State Department over the American escalation of the war and, in 2010, he was named the Ridenhour Prize Recipient for Truth Telling. He has been a Senior Fellow with the Center for International Policy since 2010. Hoh is a member of the Board of Directors of the Institute for Public Accuracy, an Advisory Board Member for ExposeFacts, North Carolina Committee to Investigate Torture, Veterans For Peace, and World Beyond War, and he is an Associate Member of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS). He has been certified by North Carolina as a Peer Support Specialist for Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder. He writes on issues of war, peace and post-traumatic stress disorder recovery at MatthewHoh.com.
Detail contrast & sepia enhanced to reveal structure.
VSF: Over the last two years I have learned that the military only serves the empire’s corporatocracy. Foolishly, I initially believed that the armed forces of the United States were there to protect us, the people, the tax payer and me. That was naive and just plain stupid. The Navy does not even care about their own pilots, who they see as an investment of millions of dollars. These pilots are increasingly getting sick, becoming sterile unable to have children, and apparently there is now a shortage of pilots.
The ‘order-followers’ are expendable, replaceable, and of no consequence compared to the massive profits made by Lockheed-Martin, Raytheon, Boeing, Booz Allen Hamilton, American Elements, Bechtel, etc.
The locals here and around the planet [evidenced by my over 8000 NASA Worldview screenshots] are being inundated with radiation and nano-particles (now ever-smaller and difficult to see) of aluminum, barium, strontium, lithium, and many more, metals and other unknown materials that are based in fungi.
This photo only shows the aerosol spraying that I could see with my eyes when I push the contrast & saturation. Obviously I would not photograph a ‘normal’ sky as evidence of the EW electronic warfare operations going on here.
This image also requires some manipulation of the contrast & saturation to reveal the bizarre cloud structure.
The ‘feathered’ dispersion of the toxic metals in this spray took place within an hour. The technology has obviously improved over the last two years.
VSF: There are a few ‘order followers’ who have woken up and are beginning to work to inform the public/taxpayer and their fellow service men and women how they are just being used as mercenaries for the empire’s corporatocracy. Matthew Hoh is one such brave man:
We are very proud to announce the creation of the RootsAction Peacemaking Program and to introduce its first Coordinator, Matthew Hoh.
“I have tried war,” says Matt. “I’ve tried it at all levels and from all perspectives. I’m not sure how many people have had such varied degrees of involvement in war as I have.”
Matthew Hoh continues:
“As a young Marine officer I spent years in Asia, working with fellow military officers in Indonesia, Philippines, and Thailand, learning about their decades long insurgencies and civil wars; conflicts that are enduring and pointless.
“I’ve worked on war in Washington, DC; serving as the Marine Corps’ White House Liaison Officer for the first year of the Iraq War and then, a couple of years later, writing reports from my desk at the State Department that went to the President, Vice President and Secretary of State informing them how ‘well’ the war in Iraq was going. It’s hard not to be involved with the money of war and I had experience with that too, at one point I managed ‘rapid acquisition projects’ overseeing the purchasing of hundreds of millions of dollars of equipment that may not have helped American troops, but certainly helped American corporations.
“In Iraq, as a Marine officer, I led 152 young men in a foreign country where we did not speak the language, understand the culture, or know its history, all the while executing the tasks of an unjust and immoral occupation. No matter how well intentioned we may have been as individuals, I learned firsthand that the actions of an occupier will always bring suffering and create violence.
“Twice, once in Iraq and once in Afghanistan, I served as a civilian government administrator. I advised Afghan and Iraqi politicians, worked alongside American generals and ambassadors, met representatives of the insurgency and doled out tens of millions of dollars in American dollars to build infrastructure and bribe public sentiment. Again, regardless of the intention, and regardless whether I carried a rifle or a bag of cash, the result was the same, always more suffering and more violence.
“In 2009, unable to continue to justify to myself the futility and the immorality of our wars, I resigned my position with the State Department. Since then I have been working to educate the public about the wars and to promote peace. I have post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury, moral injury and substance use disorder, and these sometimes get in the way, but I have an obligation to share what I know personally, that war is not only unjust but ineffective and counterproductive, and so I continue with my efforts for peace.
“This is why I am very happy to share with you that I will be coordinating the RootsAction Peacemaking Program.
“As Americans head to the polls in a couple of months the two major parties share at least one thing in common: both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are unabashed militarists, seeing no shame or dysfunction in America’s wars overseas, and seemingly promising to escalate current wars or begin new ones.
“There are few organizations that adhere to progressive principles as RootsAction does and, as the coordinator of the RootsAction Peacemaking Program, I will ensure voices witnessing to the wastes and crimes of war and to the need for peace and justice will be recognized, heard and effective.
“Please consider supporting the RootsAction Peacemaking Program by donating to the RootsAction Education Fund so that we may continue to raise voices of peace and justice.”
No enhancements. This photo is what you would see if you looked up!
Contrast & saturation, and sepia enhanced to reveal the structural properties of these clouds. These are massive scalar wave radiation patterns generated by a transmitter.
The same event (as the sepia enhanced photo above), but with no enhancement.
Crimes of a Monster: Your Tax Dollars at Work
By John W. Whitehead
April 16, 2018
Let us not mince words.
We are living in an age of war profiteers.
We are living in an age of scoundrels, liars, brutes and thugs. Many of them work for the U.S. government.
We are living in an age of monsters.
The blood of innocent civilians is on our hands whether we choose to recognize it or not.
It is our tax dollars at work here, after all.
Unfortunately, we have no real say in how the government runs, or how our taxpayer funds are used.
We have no real say, but we’re being forced to pay through the nose, anyhow, for endless wars that do more to fund the military industrial complex than protect us, pork barrel projects that produce little to nothing, and a police state that serves only to imprison us within its walls.
With every new tax, fine, fee and law adopted by our so-called representatives, the yoke around the neck of the average American seems to tighten just a little bit more.
Everywhere you go, everything you do, and every which way you look, we’re getting swindled, cheated, conned, robbed, raided, pickpocketed, mugged, deceived, defrauded, double-crossed and fleeced by governmental and corporate shareholders of the American police state out to make a profit at taxpayer expense.
Yet as Ron Paul observed, “The Founding Fathers never intended a nation where citizens would pay nearly half of everything they earn to the government.”
The overt and costly signs of the despotism exercised by the increasingly authoritarian regime that passes itself off as the United States government are all around us: warrantless surveillance of Americans’ private phone and email conversations by the NSA; SWAT team raids of Americans’ homes; shootings of unarmed citizens by police; harsh punishments meted out to schoolchildren in the name of zero tolerance; drones taking to the skies domestically; endless wars; out-of-control spending; militarized police; roadside strip searches; roving TSA sweeps; privatized prisons with a profit incentive for jailing Americans; fusion centers that collect and disseminate data on Americans’ private transactions; and militarized agencies with stockpiles of ammunition, to name some of the most appalling.
Meanwhile, the three branches of government (Executive, Legislative and Judicial) and the agencies under their command—Defense, Commerce, Education, Homeland Security, Justice, Treasury, etc.—have switched their allegiance to the Corporate State with its unassailable pursuit of profit at all costs and by any means possible.
As a result, we are now ruled by a government consumed with squeezing every last penny out of the population and seemingly unconcerned if essential freedoms are trampled in the process.
As with most things, if you want to know the real motives behind any government program, follow the money trail. When you dig down far enough, you quickly find that those who profit from Americans being surveilled, fined, scanned, searched, probed, tasered, arrested and imprisoned are none other than the police who arrest them, the courts which try them, the prisons which incarcerate them, and the corporations, which manufacture the weapons, equipment and prisons used by the American police state.
It gets worse.
Because the government’s voracious appetite for money, power and control has grown out of control, its agents have devised other means of funding its excesses and adding to its largesse through taxes disguised as fines, taxes disguised as fees, and taxes disguised as tolls, tickets and penalties.
The government’s schemes to swindle, cheat, scam, and generally defraud Americans have run the gamut from wasteful pork barrel legislation, cronyism and graft to asset forfeiture schemes, the modern-day equivalent of highway robbery, astronomical health care “reform,” and costly stimulus packages.
Americans have also been made to pay through the nose for the government’s endless wars, subsidization of foreign nations, military empire, welfare state, roads to nowhere, bloated workforce, secret agencies, fusion centers, private prisons, biometric databases, invasive technologies, arsenal of weapons, and every other budgetary line item that is contributing to the fast-growing wealth of the corporate elite at the expense of those who are barely making ends meet—that is, we the taxpayers.
Unsurprisingly, the government has used its tax powers to advance its own imperialistic agendas and the courts have repeatedly upheld the government’s power to penalize or jail those who refused to pay their taxes.
All the while the government continues to do whatever it likes—levy taxes, rack up debt, spend outrageously and irresponsibly, wage endless wars that make no one safer but fatten the bank accounts of the defense contractors—with little thought for the plight of its citizens.
Somewhere over the course of the past 240-plus years, democracy has given way to kleptocracy (a government ruled by thieves), and representative government has been rejected in favor of a kakistocracy (a government run by the most unprincipled citizens that panders to the worst vices in our nature: greed, violence, hatred, prejudice and war) ruled by career politicians, corporations and thieves—individuals and entities with little regard for the rights of American citizens.
The American kleptocracy continues to suck the American people down a rabbit hole into a parallel universe in which the Constitution is meaningless, the government is all-powerful, and the citizenry is powerless to defend itself against government agents who steal, spy, lie, plunder, kill, abuse and generally inflict mayhem and sow madness on everyone and everything in their sphere.
If we don’t have the right to decide what happens to our hard-earned cash, then we don’t have very many rights at all.
If the government can just take from you what they want, when they want, and then use it however they want, you can’t claim to be anything more than a serf in a land they think of as theirs.
This was the case in the colonial era, and it’s the case once again.
Evening on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington State. Contrast & saturation enhanced. This image is intended to evoke emotions. I do become angry. How can I have anything but a sense of utter helplessness as – like everyone else – I am everyday enduring toxic metals that are raining down on me, into my home, that I am breathing and unable to do anything about. As one friend said, “There seems to be a hidden hand.”