This video is offered as proof of something. I will provide the transcript of the video for those who don't wish to watch it, or for those who have
already made up their minds.
In it, a fuzzy French guy takes a camera into the cockpit of a plane and asks the co-pilot a few questions.
"Fuzzy guy- do you speak English too?
Flight attendant- no
Fuzzy guy-Just a question to you, Hello.
Fuzzy guy- Do you speak English?
Co-pilot- sure, what do you need?
Fuzzy guy- Ok, just a question, do you know what is a chemtrail?
Co-pilot- I do know what a chemtrail is
Fuzzy guy- and is it true?
Co-pilot- um, there is a big debate
Fuzzy guy- Yea
Co-pilot- are you filming me?
Fuzzy guy- maybe, huh huh. Ok, I turn it off. There. Do you believe it?
Co-pilot- um, well, I don’t have enough information for that.
Fuzzy guy- ok, well, I saw a lot of video’s on the internet and it really looks, ah, believable.
Co-pilot- well, it’s arguable both ways I think. Depends on which side you’re on.
Fuzzy guy- what is your personal opinion on it?
Co-pilot- I think there is part of truth
Fuzzy guy- because if it’s true, so many people suffer this…….
Co-pilot- it’s a necessary evil I think.
Fuzzy guy- Thank you so much
Co-pilot- have a good day sir."
This is proof that the co-pilot doesn't know anything about chemtrails being real, he only offers his opinion.
edit on 30-9-2013 by Staroth
because: (no reason given)
It could, but it would be on page 22 or some such nonsense. The transcript should have been on the first page of the OP of that thread. I am just
offering the text since a lot of folks are just too lazy to watch the video and blindly believe the title. If once you read the text, you still think
this is proof of something, super.
You may want to research the "space preservation act" of 2001, for evidence of chemtrails. In the bill, chemtrails are listed as exotic weapons.
Not sure what type of evidence your looking for...actual samples taken and analyzed by yourself?
The co-pilot says, "part of" and, "Necessary evil" in relation to the two separate questions.
However he already said he didn't have "enough information". (there is some ambiguity there since the filming episode came into place) But I consider
Fuzzy was resuming the conversation.
Once he said that, anything that came afterward means nothing, other than a personal opinion. Although both of the two first quotes are not something
new, and their likely origin is in statements from those who are in climate research, the co-pilot is still entitled to an opinion though. He just did
not offer anything else.
So I agree that the video says and shows nowt.
BTW, that airport looks a bit like Murcia in Spain, could be wrong though But if so, how your Mr Fuzzy got to talk to the cockpit crew in in the
cockpit, in them there parts is something else.
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