Did You Know That in 2012 Bill Gates Agreed to Fund Chemtrail Project?
This was back in 2012...
Geo-engineers are finally coming out of the "chemtrail" closet, as reports are now emerging about deliberate plans in the works to dump untold tons of sulfate chemicals into the atmosphere for the purported purpose of fighting so-called "global warming."
The U.K.'s Guardian and others are reporting that a multi-million dollar research fund, which just so happens to have been started and funded by Microsoft founder and vaccine enthusiast Bill Gates, is being used to fund the project.
A large balloon hovering at 80,000 feet over Fort Sumner, New Mexico, will release the sulfates into the atmosphere within the next year [i.e. 2013].
A magnitude 6.3 earthquake has hit southern China near the border with India, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) reports.
The quake hit at a shallow depth of 10 kilometers (6.2 miles), some 58km from the Nyingchi prefecture, with a population of almost 200,000 people. No casualties or property damage was immediately reported.
The quake, initially reported as magnitude 6.7, hit the Tibet area, one of the most seismically active spots on Earth. The boundary between the Indian and Asian tectonic plate lies below the Himalayan-Tibetan region, with their collisions resulting in powerful earthquakes.
The region saw one of the most powerful earthquakes in the past century in 1950. Known as the Assam-Tibet earthquake, the 8.6 event killed some 4,800 people and caused destruction in both India and China.
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Video: Sick Hillary Clinton Propped Up At Book Signing
Here’s why Clinton likely won’t run in 2020
Hillary Clinton, wearing a medical boot, was physically lifted from a car for a book signing in Austin, Texas, underscoring her numerous health issues and why she likely won’t run for president in 2020.
Footage shot by Infowars reporters Millie Weaver and Gavin Wince reveals that Clinton, 70, is just as fragile as she was during the 2016 presidential campaign, and Clinton being propped up by security brings to mind her famous collapse in 2016 in which Secret Service agents threw her limp body into a waiting van with medical equipment.
Clinton was far more sick during the campaign than the mainstream media admitted, former DNC chair Donna Brazile revealed, adding that Clinton’s health issues lead to her lapses in judgment during the last months of the race which ultimately cost Clinton the campaign.
Before one speech, Brazile “noticed her face was puffy,” “her skin looked pale and papery,” and “that her eyes were glazed.”
“A short time later, I was seated in the audience at the Cipriani when [Clinton] strode up to the stage with her usual strong steps,” Brazile wrote in her new book Hacks. “Then she said something that, had she been in better health, I don’t think she would have said.
“When she said ‘basket of deplorables’ I knew that no matter what she said in the rest of her remarks, this would be the comment that made it on to the evening news.”
That comment galvanized on-the-fence voters, who were already beginning to question Clinton’s health, into supporting Trump, who took the White House along with electoral votes from states that hadn’t voted Republican in decades.
And that was likely Clinton’s last chance.The latest Infowars video showing her still-ongoing health issues, combined with Democrats wanting fresh blood to represent their party, signals the end of the Clinton era.
Russia again vetoes extension of chemical experts in Syria
Russia again vetoed a U.N. resolution Friday that would extend the mandate of the expert body charged with determining responsibility for chemical weapons attacks in Syria, dooming its operation and making it exceedingly difficult to hold anyone accountable for the deaths of hundreds of civilian victims.