There has been an obvious attempt to ridicule the use of the term ‘chemtrails’ while the term ‘geoengineering’ is apparently accepted with little comment. Why should ‘chemtrails’ present a problem then? After all Denis Kucinich, a former presidential candidate, referred to chemtrails some years ago. There is an online manual entitled ‘Chemtrails’. A NASA scientist can be heard on Youtube openly referring to the chemtrails they produce. The US Government coined the term in the first place. Yet if you Google the word chemtrails Wikipedia will pop up somewhere near the top of the list. Wiki refers to conspiracy theories. Result? Many dismiss the topic as nonsense. Interestingly, Dane Wigington tells us that this reference is closely guarded and any modifications are quickly removed. We are intended to dismiss this term and look no further. Why?
It seems to me that references to chemtrails have been made primarily by the US Government and agencies. Yet civilian use of this term is ridiculed. What if there are various spray programmes in use? Chaff, geoengineering trials. weather modification etc. leaving one main form of spraying which is being carried out within a military framework. An exotic weapon. Chemtrails! The following article makes a good case for this being the actual situation. One thing is for sure: There is way too much aerial spraying going on and an apparent lack of accountability.