By now everyone has seen crisscrossing streaks of white clouds trailing behind jet aircraft, stretching from horizon to horizon, eventually turning the sky into a murky haze. Our innate intelligence tells us these are not mere vapor trails from jet engines, but no one yet has probed the questions: who is doing this and why. With the release of this video, all of that has changed. Here is the story of a rapidly developing industry called geo-engineering, driven by scientists, corporations, and governments intent on changing global climate, controlling the weather, and altering the chemical composition of soil and water - all supposedly for the betterment of mankind. Although officials insist that these programs are only in the discussion phase, evidence is abundant that they have been underway since about 1990 - and the effect has been devastating to crops, wildlife, and human health. We are being sprayed with toxic substances without our consent and, to add insult to injury, they are ...Written by
Before seeing this film, Michael Murphy was a name I had never heard.
That he is one of the few journalists by trade I have ever heard of who addresses the subject of geoengineering would have been enough to make me sit up and take notice, but this film is what really established him as man to watch in the the alternative media.
What In the World Are They Spraying is not a mainstream production. It did not have a multi million dollar budget like "Fed Up" or other recent documentaries in the infotainment genre. The films that deal with the most important issues are usually like that--and yet, while addressing a vital subject and laying out a powerful case arguing that geoengineering is not just a "thing" in the modern vernacular but a real and present danger to use holds its own in production quality as well.
Sure, it's not as flashy and chock full of beautiful visuals and info-graphics as bigger budget films but the footage is excellent and the interviews piercing and insightful.
Not many films can boast the collaboration of icons of the truth movement like G. Edward Griffin (of World Without Cancer and Creature of Jekyll Island renown) and Paul Wittenberger--a newer comer on the scene (like Murphy) but one who very quickly established himself nonetheless as filmmaker as talented as he is visionary and piercingly relevant.
It's a mid-budget film with more substance than all the big budget productions I've seen combined that paved the way for newer and better offerings like Why In the World Are They Spraying and the upcoming film, An Unconventional Shade of Gray.
9/10 unnatural cloud formation -- Would watch again. (Already have a dozen times.)
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