For some time here at Irregular Times, we’ve followed what might delicately be termed “mysteries” and what might more coarsely called “conspiracy theories”: claims that secret evidence (seemingly always about-to-be-revealed) proves the existence of hidden realities or long-smouldering schemes or special dangers that They don’t want
“ChemTrail” conspiracy theorist Tom posted the following comment to an unrelated article yesterday: more evidence to shrug off and explain away chemtrails: http://beforeitsnews.com/chemtrails/2013/07/no-doubt-chemtrail-proof-for-the-sheep-who-call-them-contrails-2431040.html Tom writes his words sarcastically, but I repeat them literally: Yes, I “shrug off” that article. Why? because its headline proclaims “No
Although the author of the Las Vegas Guardian Express article appears to be in earnest, she cites the Internet Chronicle article as the source for her information about the chemtrails leak by Edward Snowden, and takes the supposed quote from Snowden straight from the Internet Chronicle article.
Does this material, brought to our attention by one of our readers, constitute proof of chemtrails, massive poisonous clouds purposefully spread behind airplanes as part of a government conspiracy to make Americans sick?
Chaff is listed, but chemtrails are supposed to, according to the conspiracy theory that Tom cited, contain many more substances than just chaff. Besides, chaffing isn’t secret, and it isn’t illegal.
Here is a document in which the Air Force itself using the term “chemtrails”. If the Air Force is talking about chemtrails, then chemtrails must be real, right?
Give us the data, and give us the documentation we need to be assured that your data is genuine. Give us the evidence that airplanes are purposefully being used to spray poisons in chemtrails across the United States. Give us the data that shows dried human blood cells, pathogens, aluminum oxide, magnesium, barium, calcium.