I don’t know for how long this link may work, but it’s another indication of the refusal of some mainstream media to tow the party line.
It’s a weather report from Kevin Lollis on Medford, Oregon Channel 10, KTVL, in which Lollis actually identifies a band of clouds as chemtrails. His actual remarks were:
“Well to our North, in Southern Oregon and Northern Californai, we’ve got a bit of an unusual situation. Now this first portion of the radar cycle [is] fairly bland and typical.
“But then you see these bands of very distinct cloud cover moving into the region. That is not rain. That is not snow.
“Believe it or not, military aircraft flying through the region [are] dropping chaff. Small bits of aluminum. Sometimes it’s made of plastic, even metallicized paper products. But it’s used as an anti-radar issue. And obviously they are up there practicing.
[In fact they are not practicing. Chemtrails are common and routine throughout the U.S.]
“Now they won’t confirm that but I was in the Marine Corps for many years and I’ll tell you right now that’s what it is.”
Well, bravo, Kevin.
Chemtrails are used for a number of nefarious purposes. They facilitate HAARP operations such as aiding in the causing of freak weather like the recent Eastern snowstorms or Hurricane Katrina; they are part of the American weather warfare program, which at its worst can cause earthquakes as in China, Japan, Haiti, and Chile or monsoons as in Myanmar; they are part of the Illuminati’s depopulation program, killing Americans by causing fatal Morgellon’s Disease. (Google any of these.)
Matthew Ward has identified the Haiti and Chilean earthquakes as weather-warfare events. (1) Benjamin Fulford discusses HAARP’s use to create earthquakes in Japan and China and the Myanmar monsoon in this video:
Chemtrails are part of American weather warfare, warfare practiced even against its own citizens. Those who cannot accept 9/11 as an inside job may wish to ponder that chemtrails, freak weather events, and weather-warfare operations are also inside jobs.
(Thanks to Raymond Allbright on Share11.)