February 12, 2014

EarthmastersNPR will being running a story at 7 pm EST tonight, on All Things Considered about Geo-Engineering with special guest Clive Hamilton who is the author of Earth Masters: The Dawn Of The Age Of Climate Engineering. The topic of the show is planned to be about how nations will use risky technology to address the climate "catastrophe" that is heading our way.

Mr. Hamilton had this to say about what "could" possibly occur in the next ten years.

"So as the climatic emergencies unfold under the next decade," he says, "there's going to be a call for political leaders to do something. Desperate times call for desperate measures. For example, if you spray sulfur particles high into the stratosphere, scientists are confident that will cool the planet. It will doubtless have other unanticipated effects as well — and those could cause political conflict and ecological harm."

It is rather funny how he said "scientists are confident about the effects of sulfur particles in the stratosphere." Did they try it? Are they still using this method?

 The people behind the new climate gate are scrambling for something fresh to scare us with and this time they picked something from their own scientific playbook and released it on the populace.

Was it to see if the low information public believes it or even cares?

Could it be that what some consider climate change is actually chem-trail related and used to scare us into a new agenda or order? 

Or was it a well intended experiment that went horribly wrong?

 It doesn't really matter why it started but it is clear they are already trying to shift blame onto the "evil" conservatives.

To that affect Mr. Hamilton added this:
Australian social scientist Clive Hamilton worries that a climate crisis will invite high-risk solutions.
 " The politics of it are, for conservatives, extremely attractive," he says. "You don't have to put taxes on gas or electricity. You don't have to ask consumers to change their lifestyles. You don't have to take on fossil-fuel corporations. And, on the other hand, it's a kind of vindication of man's technological supremacy."

It should be noted that NPR receives all it's funding from donations with a partial budget allocated by the federal government. One of the largest private donors is the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. As you know the Gates are one of the richest duos in the country and they are also one of the largest liberal policy supporters too. It is no wonder NPR is running this story that clearly twists Chem-trails into a future issue, even though it had started in the United States 50 years ago.


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