Air pollution is becoming a problem

Salt Lake City and Paris have both been reported to be afflicted by serious air pollution recently and, as usual, CO2 emissions are under scrutiny. While a concentration of exhaust fumes is not desirable it seems strange that the aerial spraying in Utah and Paris has seemingly not been taken into consideration. A recent photograph of the Eiffel Tower showed a backdrop of dramatic stripes, caused by aircraft. Is this really invisible to Parisian powers that be?

Utah has a number of geoengineering programmes, which some may prefer to keep under wraps ( as previously reported on this blog):

A Utah blogger bemoans the apathy of his fellow statesmen:

Well, it’s that time of year again… time for the “deleterious alteration of the environment” in Utah through weather modification.

See US CODE Title 18Part IChapter 10 › § 178 › Paragraph 1(c)

And thanks to your collective inaction, this years public notice of intent to alter our weather has gone unchallenged yet again. It’s the same thing every year… The unified manufactured consent of the public herd needed to alter the environment in Utah has been clandestinely yet openly garnered, and weather modification shall now go ahead without even a whimper, simply because no legal protest was offered by the chattel.

What about the constant aerial spraying related to geoengineering programmes?

Weather modification has been practised for decades throughout the world. What exactly is being sprayed? Who keeps tally of what happens in the skies and the knock-on effect for other countries? If this is going on all around us then how can we know what we are inhaling? ‘Thy Sweet Mountain Air’ is seemingly a thing of the past. Am I the only one to notice that spots of rain dry into circles of dust? Does no one else notice that exercising outdoors can result in coughing spasms and a strange taste on the lips? Some certainly do, I have been told.

Is it logical to assume that the Isle of Man is immune to this pollution?

What can we do to ensure that the Isle of Man is not a victim of aerial spraying and how can we be sure that our air is not heavily polluted as a result? Well, the Department for the Environment, Forestry and Agriculture would be a likely place to turn to for advice.

Surely DEFA would have the information?

Surprisingly, however, the department carries out no research into this.  No monitoring of weather modification programmes seems to be in force anywhere. DEFA certainly does not engage in this. Phil Gawne tells us that no measures are in place to determine whether other countries are affected by  weather modification activities. Nor are there any attempts by the guardians of our environment to research or analyse local air quality in relation to substances used in geoengineering programmes. Can we then refer to a global database perhaps? The official DEFA response is that officers do not believe there is a global database of aerial spraying programmes.

What about ionospheric heaters? These have the ability to move the Jet Stream! Are they being deployed for any purposes whatsoever anywhere in the world? Now that’s something we would all like to know. Don’t hold your breath – DEFA spokespersons are unable to comment on that either. What about the geoengineering trials which the Royal Society proposes? Have these commenced? This is unlikely, we are told.

No research or analysis exists yet they know that we are to blame?

So while DEFA continues to bang the CO2 Climate Change drum it would appear that those in charge have not the faintest idea what is going on above our heads or anywhere else in the world. Indeed, no one seems to keep tally of anything, anywhere. Nevertheless, be assured that you are to blame for something which is not even proven.

The standard response issued by DEFA officers is that that there is no evidence of aerial spraying. Who is actually looking for evidence? No one it seems.

No analysis, no research. They must be psychic.

To recap: Geoengineering programmes are in use throughout the world and have been for decades. No one is keeping track of this or has any idea exactly what has been released in the sky. The technology exists which can move the Jetstream but no one can assure us that this is not in use. Despite this and despite the fact that the International Panel on Climate Change takes none of the above into consideration they are still convinced that we are to blame for an arguably non-existent problem.

Start checking the skies, guys.



Renowned  author F William Engdahl talks to fellow author Cara St Louis and gives us a fascinating view of world politics. He pulls no punches about duplicitous deeds of the west following the ‘end’ of the cold war and goes on to explain how circumstances have led to the present Ukraine situation. Engdahl reveals that many are waking up to the globalists and tells us that even the Chinese are questioning the US vaccination drive these days. The bottom line is one of hope. Love really is the answer.


Libertarian ANARCHY on the Isle of Man

This has nothing to do with lawlessness and hoodies. The question being asked is whether we need government to rule our lives? Is there an alternative to a system which is very much in question at present. It promises to be an interesting discussion.

On the Isle of Man complaining about Government seems to be the national sport. Whether it’s toilet taxes, hotel bailouts or ridiculous over expenditure on capital projects, we all love a good moan about the Gov. But have you ever considered if the problem is not the individuals running government, but rather the very concept of government itself? Do we really need a government at all? Would society fall into chaos without its guiding hand? Would big corporations end up owning everything? Who would provide essential services? Is a stateless society just a utopian fantasy?
On Saturday 22nd of March Professor Gerard Casey will be visiting the Island to present his case that society does not need government to function and in fact we would be much better off without it. Far from being a utopian fantasy, a stateless society based on voluntary interactions and exchanges would be both more moral and functional than our current system of taxation based on violent coercion, and such a society is achievable any time we choose it.
To quote from Professor Casey’s book Libertarian Anarchy –
“States are criminal organizations. All states, not just the obviously totalitarian or repressive ones. I intend this statement to be understood literally and not as some form of rhetorical exaggeration.

The argument is simple. Theft, robbery, kidnapping and murder are all crimes. Those who engage in such activities, whether on their own behalf or on behalf of others are, by definition, criminals. In taxing the people of a country, the state engages in an activity that is morally equivalent to theft or robbery; in putting some people in prison, especially those who are convicted of so-called victimless crimes or when it drafts people into the armed services, the state is guilty of kidnapping or false imprisonment; in engaging in wars that are other than purely defensive or, even if defensive, when the means of defence employed are disproportionate and indiscriminate, the state is guilty of manslaughter or murder.

Anarchy is the position in which the members of a society naturally find themselves when they are not subject to the power of a state.”
Gerard Casey 

Gerard Casey is Associate Professor of Philosophy at University College Dublin, Ireland, Adjunct Professor at the Maryvale Institute, Birmingham, UK, and Adjunct Scholar at the Ludwig Von Mises Institute , Alabama, USA.
The lecture will be highly interactive with audience participation strongly encouraged, so bring your questions criticisms and concerns along.
In the two weeks running up to the event I’ll be regularly blogging accessible libertarian anarchist material to help put people in the picture.
Saturday 22nd March, 7:30pm, Hydro Hotel Douglas. Tickets £7 in advance, £10 on the door. For further information email or call Richard on 476370.
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We recently discovered that taxpayers’ money was being wasted on a huge amount of over-referrals in the Social Care department. Despite public rejection of the introduction of the intrusive Every Child Matters policy and assurances that the proposal had been abandoned. However, the transcript of the Tynwald Standing Committee on Social Affairs Policy Review Enquiry later revealed that the department :

had a culture out there which was tending towards adopting the Every Child Matters agenda.’ and that the agenda ‘had the unfortunate impact of very broad referral criteria.

In the very last sitting of the Tony Brown government Martyn Quayle popped up and just happened to need half a million pounds for ‘new working practices’ in the department. These new working practices resulted in the importation of a number of UK social workers.

Did we need so many because the system resulted in 959 referrals from which only 60 cases required further action?

How much more surveillance do we need then? (Bearing in mind that the government track record in assuming the role of guardian has been less than impressive in the past).

The latest report conducted into the Department of Social care by the Care Inspectorate of Scotland advises us that our system is ineffective and that more agencies should be more focussed on certain children. Sounds like increased interference. Why would Mr Robertshaw choose the Care Inspectorate of Scotland  when we have previously used English authorities? What do we know about the Scottish system?  It seems it is even more interfering than the UK system:

Draconian measures?

Of course we wish to protect children from abuse but this has to be within reason. It seems that innocent parents are subjected to unreasonable and intrusive scrutiny. In a small island the stigma remains. This is a fact.

And why do we suddenly require so many foster parents? Very young adults with no experience in caring for children are seemingly assumed to be able to deal with difficult children. The more you explore the system, the less sense it seems to make.