Climate Geoengineering…The Real Nightmare on Elm Street

Aerosol trail and dead maple branch.

Aerosol trail and dead maple branch.

Today, I am forced to listen to the sounds of death… the excruciating noise of a chipper.  Yet another of my neighbors is relinquishing her sick and dying trees to the chainsaw.  Just outside my window, a boom crane looms… carefully snaking each victim from my neighbor’s backyard, over her rooftop, and into the jaws of the chipper.  On and on it goes… tree after tree.  And this in the yard of a birder… how tragic.  With each blasphemous buzz of the saw, each gut wrenching grind of the chipper, a little piece of me dies… homage to the magnificent beings that have stood guard over that yard for decades, offering sanctuary to birds and squirrels, relief from the sun, and food for the soul.

Small town tragedy... yet another piece of the big picture, revealing the magnitude of the impact of global climate geoengineering.

Small town tragedy… yet another piece of the big picture, revealing the magnitude of the impact of global climate geoengineering.

It would be bad enough if this were an isolated event, but that is far from the case.  No less than four of my immediate neighbors have contracted the services of the tree removers in the past year… most losing several trees.  This has been happening all over my tiny town of 1,100 people.  From once majestic weeping willows, towering aspens, and pines, to fruit trees, firs and small ornamentals, a pox has befallen our beautiful dendritic brethren.  My heart breaks for each and every one.

Autumn in Bellevue... many of the trees in this photo have already fallen victim to the chainsaw.

Autumn in Bellevue… many of the trees in this photo have already fallen victim to the chainsaw.

How ironic. Not so many years ago, in 2003, our little hamlet of Bellevue (beautiful view), where many of the streets are named after trees, was awarded the status of Tree City USA.  It was a big deal to many of us and a celebration was held in our tiny park, surrounded on all sides by ancient elms… on Elm Street, of course.  A little over a decade later, many of those very elms have perished, most in the past year.  It truly is a Nightmare on Elm Street, with no end in sight.

The Boulder Brothers performing in the Bellevue Park, surrounded by stately elms.

The Boulder Brothers performing in the Bellevue Park, surrounded by stately elms.

Michael Wendling, seated, a gifted performer and recent victim of the aerosol onslaught on our health. Michael passed away this past January as a result of the complications of oxygen starvation.

Michael Wendling, seated, a gifted performer and recent victim of the aerosol onslaught on our health. Michael passed away this past January as a result of the complications of oxygen starvation.

Here in the arid clime of central Idaho, trees are a much loved benefactor… protectors from the heat of summer, providers of beauty and sustenance for both the tummy and the soul.  We cherish our trees and the gifts they offer.  We relish the oasis they have created in this small mountain town, surrounded by sage covered hills.  Yes, our trees are a big deal.  So, why is it that none seem to notice this slow motion catastrophe?  Are people so busy pursuing success, or dealing with adversity, that they have not the time to see the decimation befalling them?  Do they not realize that the death of the trees is, ultimately, a portent of their own demise?  Apparently not, otherwise they would be seeking answers to the why of this onslaught, and the how of a solution.

In a nutshell, the why is climate geoengineering through the use of toxic aerosols that filter the sunlight while destroying the ozone layer, allowing in lethal levels of UVs and exacerbating the global warming and climate catastrophe they claim to be fighting.  Trees stand as the frontline to this assault, laying down their lives, even as we find shelter beneath their boughs.  Additionally, the toxins in the aerosols poison their root systems and disrupt soil pH, virtually guaranteeing their demise.  In their last act, trees are giving us an opportunity to wake up to this devastation and end the nightmare.

If we don't stop climate geoengineering via dispersed toxic aerosols, we will all arrive at our final destination much sooner than expected.

If we don’t stop climate geoengineering via dispersed toxic aerosols, we will all arrive at our final destination much sooner than expected.

What is the solution to this predicament?  How do we save the trees, bees, lakes and seas… and ourselves?  We must open our eyes to the devastation of the skies… the dispersing of toxic aerosols in the name of Solar Radiation Management.  Research the topic, learn all you can about this abomination of nature.  Then share it in any, and every, way possible.  The aerosol programs have been quietly, covertly, going on for decades, and the cumulative effects are now outstripping nature’s ability to withstand them.  It is crucial that public awareness reach a critical mass if we hope to stop this insanity before it is too late for all of us.  Please join the effort to awaken the populace to this atrocity… do not stand idly by while the miracle, that is this magical biosphere, perishes.  Make your voice heard while there is still time!

Please visit the following links to learn more:

Massive Global Tree Die-Off Linked To Geoengineering

Extreme UV Radiation Is Killing Our Trees

Geoengineering, A Clear And Present Danger

GeoengineeringWatch.org

Trees dying in the Sawtooth Forest of Idaho.

Trees dying in the Sawtooth Forest of Idaho.

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3 comments

  1. […] Climate Geoengineering…The Real Nightmare on Elm Street […]

  2. REBECCA PACE · · Reply

    My heart is broken along with yours and many of us around the world, some days all I do is sob because I know the reality all life on earth is facing. I have been trying to sound the alarm since the day I found Dane W. geoengineeringwatch.org, You are a wonderful example to all who know you. I wish I had the knowledge and money to get a web page like this up and running to help wake the masses up. I have passed thousands of flyers out and talked to everyone in my path, sent letters to governors, mayors, city councils the list is long. I want you to know my gratitude for what you have done is very much appreciated. Lets never give up this enormous battle. I share all the videos to my FB page and all the other places I can. Their is another web site you might like called (State of The Nation) it has many stories and talks about this issue and many other unreported things being forced on us, I hope you can find it useful.
    Sincerely, Rebecca

    1. Thank you so much, Rebecca, for your kind words and thoughts. These are trying and tragic times, to be sure. Any, and all, camaraderie among those who recognize the dire state of our current reality is much needed and deeply appreciated by all who are in the battle… thank you for being there in this fight, and for caring enough to act!
      Although my blog here is dedicated to bringing the geoengineering atrocity to light, it really isn’t very professional or expensive. It would actually be free if I didn’t want to include video content… with video it costs $60 US a year. At any rate, what you are doing, passing out materials and speaking to people personally, is far more important than what little info I manage to dispense here. You are a true hero, my dear… dedicated boots on the ground, like you, will persuade far more people, through personal interaction, than I could ever hope to convince from my viewpoints on this blog. Although I feel frustrated over the number of people I am able to reach from here, it is souls like you who give me the impetus and inspiration to carry on, especially knowing that the content may be shared via your FaceBook page! Thank you again for your kind words but, more than that, thank you for caring and sharing… for being a part of the battle to save our miraculous biosphere!!! Alone, we may often feel insignificant but, together, we have the capacity to change the path our world is on. Again, thank you for being there!

      Much Love, Respect and Appreciation!
      Laura

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