posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 03:09 PM
Soylent Green Is People
reply to post by Eryiedes
...and which of those videos provides hard evidence that those trails most people call "contrails" are really "chemtrails"?
Please point out that specific proof (either in these videos or elsewhere) that some of those trails we commonly see forming behind high-altitude jets
(such as the trails in the OP's pictures) are NOT contrails.
There are at least three hours of videos there.
If you wish to comment before watching them that's your choice...just don't expect me to take you seriously.
Well, I have already seen the neurosurgeon video, the Gunderson video, the "NASA admits chemtrails" video and at least one of the Bill Gates/Monsanto
videos ones before (I'm not sure if I saw all four parts of the Gates video or not -- I'm thinking I did NOT sit through all four parts, but skipped
to the "connecting the dots"p part), and nothing in those videos ever stood out as anything more than innuendo.
Perhaps I missed what specific evidence those videos provide that the trails like the ones in the OP's images are really chemtrails. However, instead
of me guessing what part of it you consider the hard evidence that contrails are chemtrails, it would be easier if you gave me something specific we
could discuss (rather than discussing the finer points of 3 hours of video -- that would make for a long wordy post).
And, by the way, The Bil Gates and Eugenics video is just plain silly....
Bill Gates did NOT say "lets get rid of 10% to 15% of the people who are now on the planet. He meant "let's lower population growth by 10% to 15%".
There are 6.8 Billion people today, and we are headed towards 9 or 10 Billion within my lifetime. I don't know about you, but I would like it if our
population grew at a slower pace than it is today. And in the "services" part, he mentioned many more services than just TV. He also mentioned basic
needs (food, clothing, a warm place to live). And, yeah -- even having access to TV could help poverty. Television is one great method for learning
about the rest of the world -- and knowledge helps combat poverty.
Whoever made that video is either someone who misses the point of things, or was intentionally trying to mislead.
edit on 10/8/2013 by Soylent Green Is People because: (no reason given)