Politicians prepare to defend chemtrails

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3 Responses to “Politicians prepare to defend chemtrails”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi Tap, there were 40 Chemtrails over Doncaster today Wednesday 30 October.
    We are not even on any flight path, they were trying to blot out the Sun.
    I think Wormwood may be coming in, just like the Bible says.

  2. Anonymous says:

    And today Thursday, we have 100% cloud cover over Doncaster.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I watched a plane flying elongated loops over Wiltshire a couple of months ago and at first I thought he was in trouble and dumping fuel as he was leaving an obvious trail. The trail had tendrils that spread from it as a small group of us watched and we noted that the plane did another loop at right angles to the first. I’d love to see his flight plan! Was it a scenic tour of Wiltshire as he wasn’t headed to Bristol airport.

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