It was a sad time the last two weeks. My best buddie passed away suddenly. He’d followed a similar path to myself, from conventional politics into ‘alternative’ views including the realisation that the world is not as we once thought. He wasn’t much older than me, and he went quickly, only seeming ill for a day or two before suffering the heart attack that ended his life. His memorial service followed, and was a wonderful send-off, with three of his friends making great tributes to his eccentricity, his sporting talent and his engaging character, which was sufficient to fill a provincial town’s church with over 700 people.
As a longterm Tap Blog reader, during his life, he had passed on his alternative views to a multitude of people, many of whom were mystified by the thought that ‘clouds’ were being sprayed deliberately to block the sun, and that wars are orchestrated into being by people who intend to profit from them. His funniest tribute-maker, another long term friend, who I have also known for about fifty years, brought the congregation into hysterics relating how our departed friend thought the sky was being filled with toxins coming from airoplane exhausts, and that this was all part of some global conspiracy to take control of the world. No mention of reducing the population – the notion was made to sound totally barmy.
The church and the priest who held the service, admitting he had no idea his former parishioner held such interesting views
My friend’s son of 18 spoke bravely at the service for a minute before playing a piece of music, feeling the need to deny any support for his father’s political views and ‘conspiracy theories’ in the process, although he was, he said, otherwise immensely proud of his father. It was quite a thing to see chemtrails becoming the primary item on the agenda at a British memorial service. With the deceased unable to reply, it seemed a little unfair for this opposition to his views to be given such an airing. The priest was clearly mystified, and said so.
Since the service, one or two of those who also have developed ‘alternative’ views have been in touch with me, and say they’d like to meet up. Even in jest and being ridiculed, the topic of chemtrails is getting out there, and more people are getting exposure to it. May my good friend be allowed to rest in peace, as his reward for spreading the word far and wide on many many topics from the alternative world of political thought. Chemtrails was only one such.
The video at the bottom is another attempt to ridicule the concept of chemtrails. Any reaction is better than silence.