People are taking this seriously
I AM grateful to Paul Evans for his comments about chemtrails.
In taking the trouble to write, he infers along with a growing number, that he is taking the matter seriously.
He refers to "the common factor – aircraft vapour trails..." The point at issue here is that 'vapour' doesn't even begin to describe the substances being discharged beyond our reach and control.
Apart from converted Boeing 747s, these are aircraft constructed especially for this purpose, being flown by pilots wearing breathing apparatus and sworn to secrecy.
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The website www.chemtrailsuk will show an aircraft with five jet engines on each wing and another with three fuselages, a huge wingspan to match and innumerable landing wheels.
Whatever our relations with the USA, are we allowed to enquire of the flight bases, flight plans and 'official' authority to trespass in our environment? What would it take to re-activate the de-commissioned Harriers, sending them aloft to escort the interlopers 'off the premises?'
An elderly lady, interviewed on one of the websites, declares: "When we've all got accustomed to seeing them up there, they could start releasing poison gases."
If David Cameron hasn't got the bottle to deal with the clowns regulating the EU, what chance do we have of him addressing this potential public health hazard with honesty, confidence and credibility?
That is assuming, of course, he is not himself sworn to secrecy.
Bernard J Seward