Originally posted by Chadwickus
In 1978 a treaty was enforced banning the use of environmental modification techniques by any military or hostile force.
As of 2008, 75 states have ratified or acceded to the treaty.
Then, last year 193 signatories agreed to ban geoengineering "until there is an adequate scientific basis on which to justify such activities and appropriate consideration of the associated risks for the environment and biodiversity and associated social, economic and cultural impacts"
So over 70 countries have signed a treaty to prohibit militarized use of weather modifications, over 190 countries have signed off an agreement to ban geoengineering until further study has been carried out.
Where does this leave the whole geoengineering/chemtrail debate?
Both the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives held hearings, beginning in 1972, and the Senate adopted a resolution in 1973 calling for an international agreement "prohibiting the use of any environmental or geophysical modification activity as a weapon of war...." In response to this resolution, the President ordered the Department of Defense to undertake an in-depth review of the military aspects of weather and other environmental modification techniques. The results of this study and a subsequent interagency study led to the U.S. Governments decision to seek agreement with the Soviet Union to explore the possibilities of an international agreement.
Originally posted by Vanishr
The whole theory of the 'elites' doing whatever they want is that they are ABOVE THE LAW, no one questions them on what they do, They can get away with anything ? Chadwickus clearly you're missing something.
Do you not think its rather convenient that they deliberately banned weather modification techniques and yet they are using them daily all over the world in chemtrails, and recently HAARP.
But oh wait, they banned that didnt they, so they cant possibly be doing it now, Just like the LAW, we all abide by that 100% to the letter dont we.