BBC Films Chemtrails At Moment FA Cup Is Raised To The Sky


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Joe writes –
There was heavy chemtrailing in Manchester yesterday (13th May). Evident from this clip from the Etihad stadium. See the sky at 20secs… http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/18053335 No embed available. Click the link. TAP. Almost definitely chemtrailing. Do you agree?

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6 Responses to “BBC Films Chemtrails At Moment FA Cup Is Raised To The Sky”

  1. fred says:

    Good blog here with up to date archived chemtrail photos..

    http://www.chemtrailcentral.com/

  2. Tapestry says:

    Strangely I couldn’t upload the youtube so I made a new post with same title. Bit of a funny solution but the new version of blogger is a *rude word.

  3. Tapestry says:

    chemtrail central looks good. nice movie of cloud freek show.

  4. Tapestry says:

    Interestingly, I checked in on stats and found the numbers on this version down from 20 odd to 5 reads. How does Google explain negative progress on their counters? I see incidences of this most days. Is it an algorithm? Or is there a little man in a CIA office in some small third world country monitoring the blog, and adjusting read totals according to his instruction sheet? It might cost them about US$1000 to monitor a few blogs. I wouldn’t put it past them. For a while the IP address of the blog moved to the USA, which was also curious, and showed that it was being run from a Mac when I was on Microsoft. Odd things happen on blogs, it seems.

  5. Julia says:

    I think my blog statistics change retrospectively too! Though I haven’t done proper scientific observations on it.
    I often notice how the elites seem to create some scenario, such as blog statistics, then adjust the control dials on them periodically, then monitor how we react. Their most important activity at the moment seems to be monitoring and assessment. They want to see if we behave differently according to what statistics we think we have. The next stage is to control us by changing the statistics. We are lab rats (when we are not actors on a stage, that is).

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