posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 10:32 PM
Ah, geez........do "chemtrailers" believe absolutely everything they read that supports their delusions?
Okay, first, HR 2977 is not hidden anywhere. Just google it. There are 758,000 hits right now.
Second, it was not written by the Nutter, I mean Congressman. It was written by an aide, who believes everything she reads, apparently. He
didn't read it before signing, didn't appreciate the kookiness, and had it rewritten.
Third, the intent of the bill was to limit "space weaponry". "Chemtrails" are NOT IN SPACE, therefore should have been excluded anyway.
Fourth, the part including "chemtrails" also includes such things as "psychotronic weapons", "techtonic", "climate", none of which are
space-based, therefore should also have been excluded.
Fifth, it mentions "extraterrestrial" weapons. So if inclusion means existence and use, then there are now "extraterrestrial" weapons being used.
Don't you think that ET's gunnery would be a bigger story than some scattering of an unidentified chemical to drift around the atmosphere? I sure
do. Have you ever seen any reports of "extraterrestrial" weapons? Me either. Some will argue that just means outside the atmosphere, but that is
not the much more commonly understood definition of being "not of this world". It's what the person who wrote the bill meant, ET's weapons. She
(or rather "They" as there was someone else who helped write it) believes in UFO's and that the government is involved in a conspiracy and cover-up
Sixth, even after many rewritings, the bill never made it past committee, so the point is moot.
Kucinich tried to distance himself from the weirdness as soon as he found out about it. The one thing HR2977 shows is that you need to read things
before putting your name on them. Especially when you are going to run for office.
Don't believe me? Research it yourself. The people who wrote it are Dr. Carol Rosin and Alfred Webre.