There is always that fear of being linked with the “fringe” elements of study–ghosts, The Illuminati, aliens, chemtrails. It takes a lot of courage to allow one’s self to be allied with positively incredible bodies of thought, especially if they are not commonplace or even visible to most. Ghosts and Aliens are friendlier than chemtrails, if you are to believe Cindy Pikoulas of Long Island SkyWatch.
I had the great pleasure the evening of December 6, 2011, to watch the Suffolk County Legislature at work. In an effort to stop the aerial spraying of heavy metals like aluminum oxide, barium, sulfur, strontium and more into the atmosphere, visible as what we now know as “Chemtrails”–this was a hearing on a proposal to ban aerial spraying over the county without first filing an Environmental Impact Statement with the county’s Department of Health Services.
I had never heard of “Chemtrails” before last Wednesday when one of my friends told me about the meeting and offered to drive me there. My friend loves “Conspiracy Theories” though, so I rolled my eyes and indulgently went to the websites he suggested. They intrigued me however so I called him back and took him up on the offer.
The auditorium was packed, the walls lined with people and outside the auditorium there were as many people as there were inside, shoulder to shoulder.
The proposal, which I have included here, was presented before the Suffolk County Legislators. From where I was standing, I could only see William Flanagan, Ed Romaine, who proposed the bill, Tom Cilmi, Jon Cooper and Wayne Horsely.
But the show was the steady stream of people from Long Island, Massachusetts, Florida, Hawaii, Ireland, Connecticut, Maryland and other places. They were farmers, nurses, doctors, lawyers, teachers, stone masons, construction workers…each was granted five minutes to tell their tale.
Pauline Cantwell, radio host and activist from Connecticut said that New England should not have “dessert sunsets”—those spectacular light shows of magenta and purple that belong in the Sonora, not over Long Island Sound.
Another said that “Autism now affects one in 10,000, Asthma has increased a thousand-fold, everyone now has allergies, Alzheimer’s wasn’t even heard of 20 years ago, respiratory ailments are commonplace… all linked with aluminum. …”
A Long Island gardener took soil and vegetation samples from her garden to the Suffolk County Extension and had them analyzed. The numbers were grotesquely high in aluminum and barium.
Another woman said the offending planes fly day and night at 30,000 feet. “Long Island skies are supposed to be blue, not purple…what happened to that beautiful, clear South Shore light?” she said.
I asked Cindy when they discovered chemtrails. She told me “ 3 years ago we moved to Eastern Long Island. My husband let the dog out under a beautiful blue sky. An hour later he let the dog in and saw the trails– white lines going across the sky. It piqued his interest so he went back and watched them spread out. Meanwhile, more lines came and criss crossed the existing ones. We called the FAA and asked them what was happening, “Why are these lines in the sky over my house?” they said “No we have nothing listed….there’s nothing in the sky over there.” We called them several times and always got that answer…by the end of the first day the sky was covered and the following day we got 8 inches of rain.”
The difference between a “chemtrail” and a “con(densation) trail” is that the con trail evaporates in 15 minutes while the chemtrail grows larger and forms angular clouds that eventually block out the sun. That’s a BIG deal!
The Theory is that we are being deliberately sprayed with chemicals and metals from jets flying over 30,000 feet by “unknown” agents. A military friend reminded me that “Since 9/11 we know every plane that enters our airspace, where it came from and where it’s going, and if it is not identified we send out a military “escort” to find out.”
One gentleman took high resolution photos and was able to discern one FedEx Plane and an American Airlines jet.
SOME believe there are no chemtrails in China. A young woman who had just returned from 2 years in East Asia, however, told me “In Beijing, Shanghai and Singapore the air quality is so bad that you cannot see the sky. At night you cannot see the moon…Maybe in Mongolia you can see the sky…” so if there were chemtrails in China, nobody would see them…or perhaps they have already done their job of obliterating a view of the sky entirely. “For what?” we ask.
I cannot tell you if there is any truth in the story but where there’s smoke…this project is worthy of study and it certainly can’t hurt to support the ban.
DECEMBER 15TH AT 2:00PM. APPROVAL BY THE FULL LEGISLATURE AT THE DECEMBER 20TH GENERAL MEETING
If the public is able to convince legislators of the risk from such geoengineering operations, the legislation will then be voted on at the Dec. 20th session. Otherwise, the proposed ban will be tabled indefinitely.
“If this proposal becomes law in Suffolk County, Long Island, it would be the first in the nation. It would be a starting point for others to follow,” said LISW in a press release. “Eventually, our governments would have to investigate why our trees are dying in record numbers; why our waters contain toxic levels of aluminum, barium and strontium; why 90% of us are vitamin D deficient; why our crops are failing; and where all of this crazy weather is coming from.”
Cindy Pikoulas of LISW spoke with New York Sky Watch radio on Nov. 20, when she advised that tree samples from Suffolk show high levels of barium, strontium and aluminum. She is asking Long Islanders to have their water and trees tested for these chemicals in order to build a body of evidence that would spur investigations by health and environment authorities.
Below is the full text of Suffolk’s proposed legislation:
WHEREAS, there was duly presented and introduced to this County Legislature at a meeting held on [December 6], 2011, a proposed local law entitled, “A LOCAL LAW TO PROTECT AIR QUALITY IN SUFFOLK COUNTY” now, therefore, be it
RESOLVED, that said local law be enacted in form as follows:
LOCAL LAW NO. _____-2011, SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK
A LOCAL LAW TO PROTECT AIR QUALITY IN SUFFOLK COUNTY
BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNTY LEGISLATURE OF THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK, as follows:
Section 1. Legislative Intent.
This Legislature hereby finds and determines that Suffolk County is a leader in environmental protection and has several programs to protect soil and groundwater from contamination.
This Legislature also finds and determines that air pollution is another environmental issue that can impact the health and safety of County residents and may also contaminate soil and groundwater.
This Legislature further finds and determines that concerns have been raised that business and government entities may be discharging polluting chemicals, including barium, sulfur, salts, and aluminum oxide, into the air, which may impact weather and other environmental elements.
This Legislature finds that such particulates eventually fall from the atmosphere, exposing the public to these air pollutants and, upon landing, may contaminate soil and water.
This Legislature determines that County residents may be exposed to these chemicals while they are in the atmosphere, which can cause respiratory and other health problems.
This Legislature also finds that, to protect County residents from potential harm, any person who plans to discharge these chemicals into the airspace over Suffolk County should first file an Environmental Impact Statement with and receive approval from the Department of Health Services, Division of Environmental Quality.
Therefore, the purpose of this law is to require any person who plans to discharge sulfur, barium, salts or aluminum oxide into the airspace above the County of Suffolk to file a complete Environmental Impact Statement with the County prior to taking such action.
Section 2. Definitions.
As used in this law, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated: “PERSON” shall mean any natural person, individual, corporation, unincorporated association, proprietorship, firm, partnership, joint venture, joint stock association, or other entity or business of any kind.
Section 3. Requirements.
Any person who plans to discharge sulfur, barium, salts or aluminum oxide into the airspace above the County of Suffolk must file a completed environmental impact form, as established in Section 4 of this law, with the Suffolk County Department of Health Services, Division of Environmental Quality and with the Clerk of the Suffolk County Legislature and receive the approval of the Division of Environmental Quality prior to engaging in such discharge.
Section 4. Form Established.
The Department of Health Services, Division of Environmental Quality is hereby authorized, empowered and directed to develop an environmental impact form to be used by persons wishing to discharge sulfur, barium, salts or aluminum oxide into the airspace above the County of Suffolk. Such form shall require applicants to detail the nature and purpose of their proposed discharge and any potential environmental and/or public health impacts that may result from such discharge.
Section 5. Exemption.
The requirements set forth in this law shall not apply to any person engaging in aerosol spraying for agricultural or vector control purposes.
Section 6. Penalties.
A. Any person who violates any provision of this law shall be liable for a civil penalty of up to $2,500 for an initial violation, with a fine of $5,000 for each subsequent violation.
B. Any civil penalty may only be assessed by the Commissioner of Health Services following a hearing and opportunity for an alleged violator to be heard.
Section 7. Rules and Regulations.
The Commissioner of the County Department of Health Services is hereby authorized and empowered to issue and promulgate such rules and regulations as he or she deems necessary to implement and carry out the provisions of this law.
Section 8. Applicability.
This law shall apply to all actions occurring on or after the effective date of this law.
Section 9. Severability.
If any clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, section, or part of this law or the application thereof to any person, individual, corporation, firm, partnership, entity, or circumstance shall be adjudged by any court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid or unconstitutional, such order or judgment shall not affect, impair, or invalidate the remainder thereof, but shall be confined in its operation to the clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, section, or part of this law, or in its application to the person, individual, corporation, firm, partnership, entity, or circumstance directly involved in the controversy in which such order or judgment shall be rendered.
Section 10. SEQRA Determination.
This Legislature, being the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA) lead agency, hereby finds and determines that this law constitutes a Type II action pursuant to Section 617.5(c)(20), (21), and/or (27) of Title 6 of the NEW YORK CODE OF RULES AND REGULATIONS (6 NYCRR) and within the meaning of Section 8-0109(2) of the NEW YORK ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION LAW as a promulgation of regulations, rules, policies, procedures, and legislative decisions in connection with continuing agency administration, management and information collection. The Suffolk County Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) is hereby directed to circulate any appropriate SEQRA notices of determination of non-applicability or non-significance in accordance with this law.
Section 11. Effective Date.
This law shall take effect immediately upon filing in the Office of the Secretary of State.
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