“Frankenskies”: New Film Raises Big Questions On Climate Engineering.

By Jerry Alatalo

n 1962 United States President Lyndon Johnson in a commencement address at Southwest Texas State University talked to graduates about “..controlling the weather”, and “..controlling the world”. Just to what extent the U.S. military has advanced since 1962 in the area of weather warfare is unknown except by those in the military working directly in the alleged programs.

Learning the truth will require men and women willing to take the same severe personal risks as Daniel Ellsberg (Vietnam War), Julian Assange (government/corporate crimes), Edward Snowden (government surveillance), Chelsea Manning (Iraq War crimes), John Kiriakou (illegal torture), Scott Bennett (terrorist financing), Brad Birkenfeld (banking corruption), and others determined to speak the truth.

Mr. Matt Landman directed the film “Frankenskies” about the history, development, and facts concerning the phenomenon termed climate engineering, geoengineering, and other various scientific designations. His choice to balance the amount of time in the film to information from both “sides” of the debate over weather control was a good one, adding seriousness and weight to the effort. The final effort, 120-minute film production’s quality is excellent, and a superb example for others to follow in comparison to other small-budget, independently made documentaries.

The topic of weather control technologies, for researchers, is one which can lead one down some very deep, multi-directional, even sometimes strange rabbit holes. Thankfully – and wisely, in light of its very controversial subject – Mr. Landman keeps the film’s focus inside the boundaries of logical, academic and/or scientific reasoning. The result is a very strong film message viewers will find close to impossible to ignore or forget.

Many people will immediately react to mention of weather control with labels of “conspiracy theory”, but they might experience an extreme change of perspective and attitude after watching “Frankenskies”.  They surely will come away with facts and details they’ve never seen mentioned or reported by the corporate media, but for “conditioning”, surprising reports – such as the 12 new cloud formations (or species of clouds) added institutionally recently. The film’s information has neither been transparently shared by government and/or military officials but for recent revelations – again, described in the film as a form of societal “conditioning” for what’s ahead.

What inclines one to lean toward the explanation that weather modification is essentially a tool for war? …The unanimous unwillingness by elected representatives in the U.S. Congress in responding to concerns expressed by large numbers of their constituents on the matter. Add to that government avoidance of historical facts presented in Mr. Landman’s film, and the logical conclusion to arrive at is that nations and high-level military/intelligence officials have been using weather control technology since the 1950’s as a weapon of war.

“Frankenskies” has already, just hours after posting, begun going viral on the internet. The question now becomes one of gathering sufficient momentum, creating a state of affairs making impossible continued government dismissal of legitimate concerns, and leading to where honorable action brings about open public meetings exposing the truth of the matter.

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To  those appreciative of his work and wishing to send financial support to Matt Landman for making his next film “Frankenskies II”, please visit:

https://www.gofundme.com/frankenskies

(Thank you to Matt Landman at YouTube)

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Thank You Kevin Blanch.

by Jerry Alatalo

aaa-32The Fukushima nuclear catastrophe is the most important event in history. In the over 1,600 days since March 11, 2011 when the nuclear crisis began, radioactive material has flowed into the Pacific Ocean around the clock. In those early crisis days of March and April 2011 there was a chance to resolve the dangerous situation before it spiraled out of control.

The world did not come together, did not combine the greatest scientific minds and whatever resources deemed needed, and take all necessary action to stop the progression which has led to the dangerous nuclear contamination scenario now a reality in 2015.  The nuclear catastrophe in Chernobyl could have developed to the worst case nuclear scenario – “China Syndrome” – had it not been for thousands of men and women who willingly risked their lives and/or died from radiation to place the structures, materials, and means to stop the melted core from descending deeper into the Earth.

The worst case – China Syndrome – has occurred and is ongoing below three of the destroyed nuclear reactors at Fukushima. In Chernobyl, the thousands of courageous men and women were able to “flip the off switch”, at which point the area became entombed in a concrete sarcophagus or giant stone coffin. What is happening at Fukushima is nothing less than the absolute worst situation imaginable – not one but three complete core meltdowns which have become three China Syndromes, with  no possible way to contain and “turn them off”.

Most people remember the British Petroleum Gulf of Mexico oil spill disaster, up until that time the greatest environmental disaster in history, and day after day of news reports showing underwater attempts to stop the continuous emission of oil into the waters of the Gulf. Some will remember thinking that humans had actually killed the Gulf of Mexico, and that indeed it was an accurate assessment.

Nobody would have imagined it possible to surpass the Gulf of Mexico oil spill disaster as measured by cumulative damage to the Earth’s environment. Unfortunately the environmental nightmare believed impossible has come to pass.

Robots used in attempts to carry out technical tasks in dealing with melted-down nuclear-fissioning cores descending deeper into the Earth at Fukushima have been ineffective because the tremendous heat has literally fried them. There has been nothing stopping emission of highly radioactive fission particles for 1,600 days. The discharge – like the oil discharged from the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico – of that radioactive poison in its various elements into the great Pacific Ocean goes on.  This is what many people believe has occurred: human beings have actually killed the Pacific Ocean.

Looking soberly at Fukushima from March 11, 2011 to today over four years later leads one to a philosophical/spiritual quandary of the highest order. A number of “why” questions enter upon consideration of the Fukushima event in its entirety over the years from March 2011 and are perhaps impossible to answer. On the level of humanity as a collective, why didn’t the world act immediately with all of its power of scientific knowledge and resources to try to stop the damage?

Looking at the present situation it might have become a meaningless exercise to attempt answering why remedial action wasn’t taken from the start. If one can imagine the Earth as a human being and oneself as the Earth’s doctor, Fukushima represents an inoperable, incurable malignant cancer, and the “patient’s condition” leaves no other option for the healer but advising “getting one’s affairs in order”.

On the personal level, hearing news of loved ones or friends becoming stricken with terminal cancer is enough to break hearts and compel inevitable travels to interior regions of philosophical, spiritual places in search of answers for why. While everyone must face those times of loss when loved ones and friends get sick, deteriorate and pass away, facing the “extinction level event” that is Fukushima and answering the question “why?” is perhaps impossible. There is no chance of “wrapping one’s head around it”; such a question travels far beyond comprehension by even the greatest minds that ever walked the Earth.

One can diminish the sadness generated from awareness of how severe the environmental damage from Fukushima has been, and will continue to inflict, by acknowledging everyone dies inevitably, yet the thought of what’s coming in the years and generations ahead cannot be avoided or unlearned.  The human race is thus positioned for experiencing its greatest planet-wide lesson of loss acceptance in history.

May all people find the inner spiritual, philosophical or wisdom-based strength, courage and resources available to deal with the truth of Fukushima as positively as possible despite the enormity and depressing nature of the facts.

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Among the many men and women who’ve tried to alert the world of Fukushima from the outset in March 2011 and to take the most powerful remedial actions necessary, Kevin Blanch from the state of Utah in America has devoted a great deal of time and effort. Mr. Blanch produced the following three videos in 2011, 2013 and 2015 respectively. They have been cross-posted here as a way to honor his efforts over the past years and express deep gratitude to him for caring enough to try.

Persons interested in further exploring and supporting Kevin Blanch’s work can visit his YouTube channel:

https://www.youtube.com/user/kevindblanch

Mr. Blanch has no reluctance when it comes to using righteous indignation and strong language as effective tools/tactics for reinforcing his messages. With profound thanks to Kevin Blanch and all the men and women around the world who tried.

From April 4, 2011 – three weeks after the tsunami and nuclear disaster at Fukushima, Japan:

From December 23,  2013:

From August 30, 2015 – shockingly, more hard news:

Bernie Sanders’ Presidential Campaign Starts In Vermont.

by Jerry Alatalo

“[Business and finance are] unanimous in their hate for me – and I welcome their hatred… I should like to have it said of my first Adminstration that in it the forces of selfishness and lust for power met their match; I would like to have it said of my second administration that in it these forces met their master.” (Campaign speech, 1936; quoted by Justice Douglas)

– FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT (1882-1945) 32nd President of the Unitese States

Burlington, Vermont - USA (photo: go100percent.org)
Burlington, Vermont – USA
(photo: go100percent.org)

Alphabet The people of Vermont gathered on the waterfront in Burlington, where Bernie Sanders began his political career as mayor, to hear him deliver a speech about why he is running for President of the United States. For presidential historians, the speech most likely reminded them of Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

Some excerpts from Bernie Sanders’ speech:

“Today with your support, and the support of millions across our country, we begin a political revolution to transform our country economically, politically, socially and environmentally. Today we stand here and say loudly and clearly: Enough is enough. This great nation and its government belong to all of the people and not to a handful of billionaires.”

“Brothers and sisters, now is not the time for thinking small. Now is not the time for the same-old, same-old establishment politics and stale inside-the-beltway ideas; now is the time for millions of working families to come together to revitalize American democracy, to end the collapse of our middle class, and to make certain that our children and grandchildren are able to enjoy a quality of life that brings them health, prosperity, security and joy – and that once again makes the United States the leader in the world in the fight for economic and social justice, for environmental sanity, and for a world of peace.”

“My fellow Americans, this country faces more serious problems today than at any time since the Great Depression, and, if you include the planetary crisis of climate change, it may well be that the challenges we face now are more dire than at any time in the modern history of our country. And here is my promise to you for this campaign: not only will I fight to protect the working families of this country, but we are going to build a movement of millions of Americans who are prepared to stand up and fight back.”

“We are going to take this campaign directly to the people in town meetings, door-to-door conversations, on street corners and in social media. This week we’re going to be in New Hampshire, we’re going to be in Iowa, and we’re going to be in Minnesota – and that’s just the start of this national campaign.”

“Let me be clear. This campaign is not about Bernie Sanders; it’s not about Hillary Clinton; it is not about Jeb Bush, or anyone else. This campaign is about the needs of the American people and the ideas and proposals that effectively address those needs. As someone who has never run a negative political ad in my life, my campaign will not be driven by political gossip or reckless personal attacks. This is what the American people want and deserve. These are serious times – we need serious debates.”

“Politics in a democratic society should not be treated as if it were a baseball game, a game show, or a soap opera, and I hope the media understands that as well. Let me take a minute to touch on some of the issues that I will be focusing on in the coming months, and then give you a brief outline of an agenda for America. An agenda which in fact will deal with the serious problems and lead us to a better future.”

“Today we live in a nation which is the wealthiest nation in the history of the world, but that reality means very little for most of us because almost all of the wealth is owned and controlled by a tiny handful of individuals. In America we have more income and wealth inequality than any other major country on Earth, and the gap between the very rich and everyone else is growing wider and wider. The issue of wealth and income inequality is the great moral issue of our time; it is the great economic issue of our time; it is the great political issue of our time, and we will address it.”

“Let me be very clear, and let the top 1% understand this. There is something profoundly wrong when the top one-tenth of 1% owns almost as much wealth as the bottom 90%, and when 99% of all new income goes to the top 1%. There is something profoundly wrong when in recent years we have seen a proliferation of millionaires and billionaires at the same time as millions of Americans are working longer hours for lower wages, and we have shamefully the highest rate of childhood poverty of any major country.”

“There is something profoundly wrong when one family owns more wealth in this country than the bottom 130 million Americans. This grotesque level of inequality is immoral, it is bad economics, it is unsustainable. This type of rigged economy is not what America is supposed to be about. This has got to change, and as your president, together, we are going to change it.”

“My fellow Americans, let me be as blunt as I can and tell you what you already know. As a result of the disastrous Supreme Court decision Citizens United, the American political system has been totally corrupted, and the foundations of American democracy are now being undermined. What the Supreme Court said, essentially, was that it was not good enough for the billionaires to own much of the economy – they could now own the United States government as well, and that is precisely what they are trying to do.”

“Now, what I learned in school, an I think what the men and women who put their lives on the line to defend our country have long-known, that American democracy is not about billionaires being able to buy candidates and buy elections. It is not about the Koch brothers and Sheldon Adelson and other incredibly wealthy individuals spending billions of dollars to elect candidates who will make the rich richer and everyone else poorer. According to media reports, if you can believe it, the Koch brothers in this election cycle are prepared to spend more money than either the democratic or republican parties.”

“That is not democracy – that is oligarchy. In Vermont at our town meetings we know what democracy is about, and that is ‘one person, one vote’, and that is the kind of political system we are going to fight for and are going to achieve.” 

… “If we don’t get our act together and have the United States lead the world in combating climate change there will be more drought, more famine, more rising sea level, more ocean acidification, more extreme weather disturbances. As human beings who look out over this environment, who appreciate the beauty that we have on this planet, we are not going to allow the fossil fuel industry to destroy this planet.”

“This campaign, starting today, is going to send a message to the billionaire class, and that is: ‘you can’t have it all’. You can’t get huge tax breaks while children in the country go hungry. You can’t continue sending our jobs abroad while millions are looking for work. You can’t hide your profits in the Cayman Islands and other tax havens while there are massive unmet needs on every corner of this nation. To the billionaire class, I say that your greed has got to end – you can’t take advantage of all of the benefits of America if you refuse to accept your responsibilities. And that is why we need a tax system which is fair and progressive, which tells the wealthiest individuals and the largest corporations that they are going to start paying their fair share of taxes.”

“When we talk about power, we talk about Wall Street. In my view it is time to break up the largest financial institutions in this country. Wall Street cannot continue to be an island onto itself gambling trillions in risky financial instruments while expecting the public to bail it out. If a bank is too big to fail, that bank is too big to exist..”

“…we must be focused on campaign finance reform and the need for a constitutional amendment to overturn this disastrous Citizens United decision. I have said it before and I’ll say it again: I will not nominate any justice to the Supreme Court who has not made it clear that he or she will move to overturn that disastrous decision which is undermining American democracy.”

“And that is why I as president will fight to make tuition in public colleges and universities free, as well as substantially lower interest rates on student loans.”

“I am vigorously opposed to an endless, perpetual war in the Middle East.”

“And to those who say we cannot restore the dream, I say look at where we are standing today. As some of you will remember, this beautiful place was once an unsightly rail yard that served no public purpose and was an eyesore. As mayor, I worked with the people of Burlington to help turn this waterfront into the beautiful, people-oriented public space it is today. We took that fight to the courts, to the legislature, and to the people and we won. The lesson to be learned, and it is a profound political lesson, is that when people stand together, when people are prepared to fight back, there is nothing that cannot be accomplished.”

“We can live in a country where every person has health care as a right, not a privilege. We can live in a country where every parent can have quality and affordable child care and where all of our qualified young people can get a college education regardless of their income. We can live in a country where every senior can live in dignity and security, and not be forced to choose between food and medicine. We can live in a country where every veteran who has put his or her life on the line to defend this nation gets the quality health care and benefits they have earned and deserve. We can live in a country where every person no matter their race, their religion, their disability, or sexual orientation realizes the full promise of equality that is our birthright as Americans.”

“Brothers and sisters, that is the nation we can build together. And I ask you and people throughout this country to join us in this campaign to build a future that works for all of us, and not just the few people on top. Thank you again for coming out on this beautiful day. Thank you.”

What separates Senator Bernie Sanders from Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush is that he is the only one of the three who has used the term “billionaire class”. Ms. Clinton and Mr. Bush can no longer ignore wealth inequality in the United States – the highest level of inequality of any major nation on Earth, and an issue of great concern for tens of millions of Americans. If Ms. Clinton and Mr. Bush – with Senator Bernie Sanders in the race for president in 2016 – choose not to honestly address this central, serious issue, the number of voters who were leaning in their directions and voting for them who change their minds to support/vote for Bernie Sanders may become historic.

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(Thank you to Vermont PBS at YouTube)

Next Time You Consider Getting A Flu Shot…

by Jerry Alatalo

Book2Alphabet Because of having purchased a few of Dr. Gary Null’s health-related books through the years and appreciating his stance on more-natural, non-pharmaceutical ways people have available to them for staying fit, as well as his discussions with interesting guests on geopolitical issues during his radio program at Progressive Radio Network, a project he’s working on is the focus of this post.

(Update/correction after posting this: I had presumed that Dr. Suzanne Humphries was going to join in discussion with Gary Null on his show, but apparently for now – until Mr. Null interviews Dr. Humphries at some point in the future – Gary Null is playing the audio from Dr. Humphries’ YouTube presentations – not talking to her directly on consecutive editions of his radio show. I apologize for my less-than-accurate apprehension. This error on my part does not subtract from admiration I have for both doctors and their efforts on the issue of vaccinations. Jerry)

In Dr. Null’s hour-long radio show, he usually spends the first half-hour or so on the topic of health, sharing with listeners any new information on studies proving the benefits of certain herbs or vitamins, the dangers of certain pharmaceuticals, effective new treatments for certain diseases, etc. In one of his recent shows he announced that he and Dr. Suzanne Humphries were going to join up for a number of shared discussions on the topic of vaccinations. (See correction)

After writing down Dr. Humphries name to research/find out more about her, going to YouTube it was good to see she had a channel there, so one of her videos is presented in this post. Most people are familiar with YouTube’s page setups where to the right side of the video you’re watching has related videos, and, while listening to Dr. Humphries, a related video was a 1-hour 48-minute film about vaccinations made by Gary Null. So, both Dr.’s Humphries and Null are experts on the issue and science of vaccinations.

As someone who hasn’t received a vaccination of any type for a very long time, personal experience of adverse side effects from them are something I obviously can’t speak to. Vaccinations and their possible dangers is a topic that the writer has only minor awareness of, but since thinking about posting on the issue memory of the sudden death – without a medical cause discovered – of a woman in-law of a relative came to mind. This woman had retired along with her husband, in seemingly good physical condition for her age with no chronic disease, and suddenly ended up in intensive care for a few days before passing away.

So, the thought came to mind if it was possible that perhaps the woman had been vaccinated with a flu shot in the previous weeks before passing. Whether or not trying to contact her husband to ask about that possibility comes to pass is touchy because it’s a very personal subject. If men or women reading these words have personal experience of family, friends or acquaintances who have become sick or suffered physical problems shortly after receiving vaccinations, please share details in the comment section. Thank you.

For those who go ahead to learn more from Dr.’s Humphries and Null about what they perceive are the dangers of vaccinations, if what they present makes sense and you have personal relations with nurses, doctors or others in the health profession, please don’t hesitate to share any information you believe it’s important for them to become aware of. Dr. Humphries’ presentations are complex at times, using language only those trained in the various fields of medicine would understand, yet her clearly evident in-depth research – research perhaps she alone has undertaken – warrants dissemination of her findings to as many health-care professionals as possible, in my humble opinion.

Not being someone who’s received any medical training, but someone who has read more than the average person on the topic of alternative health/medicine, the fuel for this post is possibly sparing people from potential adverse side effects of vaccinations – especially young ones who’ve just entered the world. Some hold the position that vaccinations are part of an evil conspiracy to de-populate the planet by real-life practitioners of eugenics, but the reason for pushing vaccinations seems much more about making money.

Dr. Humphries in her video states that the World Health Organization is a business, and that physicians receive little to no training during their university studies on vaccinations. Intuition, for lack of medical training to make a serious assessment of Humphries and Null’s perceptions, says that these two doctors have something important to say on this – unfortunately and unnecessarily – controversial issue. Check out what they have to say. It might make a big difference the next time you or people you care about get ready to head off for a vaccination.

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Dr. Gary Null’s Progressive Radio Network about page:

http://prn.fm/about/gary-null/

The 34-minute trailer to “Silent Epidemic: The Untold Story of Vaccines” (September 2013) directed by Gary Null:

(Thank you to Gary Null at YouTube)

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Dr. Humphries video below is Part VI (2015) of a series available for viewing at her YouTube Channel.

Dr. Suzanne Humphries’ YouTube Channel:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCqmzJIoo52a7bqxCuuZSIw

(Thank you to Dr Suzanne Humphries at YouTube)