produce a contrail? Thomas, and the Major, both agree on something: it doesn't. It can't defy physical laws. Furthermore, sightings, photos and videos allegedly show the white plumes pouring out of the plane's refueling nozzle, angled down at 60 degrees.

Testing,1,2,3, Infinity

According to Thomas and qualified observers coast to coast, we're seeing some kind of spraying, now reported in over 30 states. But for what purpose and to what end? There's a frightful bit of nastiness called Title 50 (relating to war), US Code, Section 1520: (b.) The Secretary of Defense may not conduct any test or experiment involving the use of any chemical or biological agent on civilian populations unless local civilian officials of areas in which the test or experiment is to be conducted are notified in advance . . . How comforting. Then there's the list of exceptions, amended in 1997, under which our government can conduct tests on US citizens, providing loopholes big enough to fly a fleet of KC 135's through and through. These exceptions include, but are not limited to: any peaceful purpose that is related to medical, therapeutic, pharmaceutical, agricultural, industrial, or research activity; any purpose related to protection against toxic chemicals or biological weapons; any law enforcement purpose . . . Or, any old time they damn well want to spray my day with purple haze, they can.

But this is nothing new under the occluded sun. A brief history of slime. From 1951 to 1969, the Department of Defense conducted open air tests using disease producing bacteria and viruses. 1977; Senate Hearings on health and scientific research confirm that 239 populated areas had been contaminated during the above time span by open air tests. 1987; Department of Defense admits, despite the ban on such weapons, it continues to operate bio weapons research at 127 facilities nationwide. 1994; Senate hearing testimony by Leonard Cole, Phd.:

". . . during 45 years of open air testing, from time to time the army has stopped using certain simulants for reasons of safety. . . This was the case in the 1950's when it ceased using the fungus Asperfillus fumigatus. . . in the 1960's the army stopped using zinc cadmium. . . In the 1970's the bacterium Serratia Marcescens, a source of infections that can lead to death, was taken out of service. And in the 1980's, a chemical known as DPP was removed. . . because of its carcinogenic. . . potential. Indeed, simulants now used at Dugway continue to pose risks. . . Exposures to high concentrations of any microorganism can be critically dangerous to people in weakened conditions: the elderly, the very young, people with AIDS and others who have weakened immune systems. . . "

Maybe that's the general idea. Spray and weed ‘em out, so only the strong producers and consumers remain. Naziism for the 90's and the next millennium. Surely we're getting carried away too far down wind here.

The Sky Cries Pseudomonas

The outbreak of upper respiratory ailment has spewed upon the pages of smaller, independently owned daily's in locales like Bakersfield, Ca. and Asheville, N.C.

"FEELING ROTTEN?
Outbreak of respiratory illnesses has doctors' offices full, but it's probably not the flu."
by Rebecca Lentz, staff writer

"Call it the creeping crud. Call it a virus. . . But whatever it is, it's miserable. . . Upper respiratory infections are keeping doctor's offices hopping and the hospitals seeing record numbers of patients. . . New Hanover Regional's patient count has been at its highest level in history. . . even so, the majority of illnesses aren't influenza, health officials said."

In a telephone interview with Laura Gabriel, in Black Mountain, N.C., she said there's been heavy spraying there for five weeks. "You can see the planes flying, back and forth, all day long. . . In Asheville, most people (I know) have some respiratory ailment," Gabriel said. She is suffering from asthma. A medical intuitive (electrodermal testing, which space does not allow me to go into here) diagnosed Ms. Gabriel with the following: Anthrax, measles and ethylene dibromide in addition to genetically altered bacterial, viral and fungal similars—lab synthetics designed very close to the real thing. Gabriel stated that the nature of the genetically altered similars permits them to penetrate the cell wall of persons with weakened immune systems and start to mutate DNA. She can be reached at: elora@ioa.com

 

In actual lab tests, initiated by Thomas and others, this bit'o'nastiness called Ethylene DiBromide keeps popping up in JP-8 jet fuel ground samples collected after spraying. EDB is a pesticide banned since 1983 for its highly carcinogenic properties. The EPA has given EDB no less than 7 pages in its hazardous materials list. And, guess what? EDB primarily affects the upper respiratory system.

According to Thomas, sometimes the spray nozzle is out of adjustment, resulting in gobs of jello goop splattering on cars and buildings. An angel hair pattern was reported falling from the Australian skies by no less than the Associated Press. Once again, the angel hair, as opposed to a fine billowy white mist, is the result of a jammed up nozzle, according to Thomas. He collected some of the jello goop off of some aluminum siding and had it analyzed. Thomas reported on the Art Bell show that the lab tests showed the goop is loaded with viable, fast growing bacteria which could only be created in a lab. Lovely. One of the bacterium present was Pseudomonas. This delightful bit'o'nasty actually consumes petroleum products. Put it in fuel and watch it grow! Pseudomonas is highly resistant to antibiotics and it causes upper respiratory and ear infections which produce a very thick mucous. Or, the creeping brown crud. As an opportunistic pathogen, it can also invade muscles and joints and even cause spinal meningitis.

Cooking The Clouds: Microwaveable weather coming to your city soon!

As if all that wasn't enough, along comes HAARP; that's the bastard child of the last $10 billion we threw at Star Wars. HAARP is state of the art microwave transmission technology capable of hurling a billion watt focused microwave beam at our ionosphere faster than you can say, "The Senate just voted 97 to 3 to fund more Star Wars technology." The air force proudly proclaims, "We will own the weather by 2025." This billion watt beam creates disturbances in the already unstable, electrically charged ionosphere, which, according to the HAARP inventor, enables the air force to move the jet stream! Clear skies tomorrow (except for the ubiquitous purple haze) thanks to your air force. Thomas believes the spraying is a 2 for 1 deal: bio/chem warfare testing/tracking and introducing polymers (reflective atmospheric heating petroleum plastics) into the stratosphere to enhance HAARP weather modification experiments. Well, it's good to see the army and air force working together on something for a change, making your tax dollars count!

At The End Of The Rainbow

Thomas notes the distinctive prismatic rainbow effect present in some, not all, chemtrails. Just put on your polaroids and look up. If the sunlight strikes the billowy white plume like an oil slick, you're in luck! You've sighted your first chemtrail and have anecdotal evidence of its polymer composition. You're now on the chemtrail. Soon, you too may be visiting your hospital emergency room with a persistent cough that keeps coming back, clogged ears and ear aches, sore throat and a sinus infection that's moved in like an old gray aunt.

Thomas says he can't prove why; but he can prove that it is happening. Still, he has his theories:

  1. Testing for that ever-elusive bio/chem warfare tracking agent. None has ever been developed.
  2. Mass inoculation in preparation for a bio/chem warfare attack from the Middle East.
  3. HAARP weather modification testing.
  4. A mass culling of the human race, i.e., population control. [The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 29, defines the right to revoke all human rights if and when they are deemed to be contrary to the purposes of the UN. Gee. I hope a college-chem-student-drop-out-cum-writer's human right is not contrary to the purposes of the UN.]
  5. All of the above.

Happy trails. William Thomas email: wilco@islandnet.com