Canadian government apparently knew about geoengineering tests in the Pacific
Canadian government ‘knew of plans to dump iron into the Pacific’ | Martin Lukacs | www.guardian.co.uk | October 17, 2012
“As controversy mounts over the Guardian’s revelations that an American businessman conducted a massive ocean fertilisation test, dumping around 100 tonnes of iron sulphate off Canada’s coast, it has emerged the Canadian government may have known about the geoengineering scheme and not stopped it.
“The news combined, with Canadian obstructionism in negotiations over geoengineering at a United Nations biodiversity meeting in Hyderabad, India, has angered international civil society groups, who have announced they are singling out Canada for a recognition of shame at the summit – the Dodo award for actions that harm biodiversity…”
Does the public even know there are “geoengineering” negotiations?
“Dodo award”! They even play this blatantly fake dialectic. The Fabian/Neocon governments play the “bad guys” (easy for them) and the tax-funded NGO “civil society groups” play the “good guys” who want us all to be taxed into poverty to save the earth they say (from clean natural carbon dioxide). The whole story we’re supposed to believe is that geoengineering is a misguided policy motivated by a desire to combat “climate change”.
World’s biggest geoengineering experiment ‘violates’ UN rules
Martin Lukacs | www.guardian.co.uk | October 17, 2012
“… Satellite images appear to confirm the claim by Californian Russ George that the iron has spawned an artificial plankton bloom as large as 10,000 square kilometres. The intention is for the plankton to absorb carbon dioxide and then sink to the ocean bed – a geoengineering technique known as ocean fertilisation that he hopes will net lucrative carbon credits…”
So the Communist/Fascist planners know how to manipulate business people like him with their policies. Everybody just follows the money and cheap propaganda off the edge of the cliff.
Silvia Ribeiro of the “international technology watchdog ETC Group” says:
“It is now more urgent than ever that governments unequivocally ban such open-air geoengineering experiments. They are a dangerous distraction providing governments and industry with an excuse to avoid reducing fossil fuel emissions.”
He cites the wrong reason for banning it. He doesn’t want us to heat our homes, or run hospitals or factories affordably or power the things we need to live our lives.
All geoengineering should be “banned” because it involves dumping particles on shared resources and private property – on top of human beings and the resources we need for life. So it’s a violation of our basic rights already, and the people who are doing it should be stopped immediately. But everyone involved in it just keeps going along with it, as they have no heart and conscience.
We have to get governments to stop geoengineering and chemtrailing. They have been spraying chemicals from planes into the air and onto the land for a long time, not just into the oceans. It’s a crime, and the “climate change” myth just provides a cover story for the real reasons.
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