Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Freemason White-Washing

Monitoring of Freemason activity suggests a very subtle white-washing campaign. Check out the following headlines:

Fun at the fair:
Children and adults with illnesses or additional needs were treated to a memorable and heartwarming day out at a fun fair organised by Erewash Borough Council and Derbyshire Freemasons.

Air ambulances get Freemason funds

Skydive for Grand Charity:
TWO Diss freemasons joined 44 other people in raising £20,000 after skydiving 10,000 feet from an aeroplane.

Groups combine to lend a hand:
Citizens Who Care and Sir Augustus Freemasons Lodge of Queensland have both donated $1000 towards the service to buy 33 new food-grade cooler boxes.

An innocuous way of marginalizing the viewpoint you don't want others to hear is to make it the small minority by flooding the web with irrelevant or misleading content.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

DuPont ties to Lockheed Martin

Hiding in plain sight, DuPont and Lockheed Martin are tied together at the board of director level.

http://www2.dupont.com/Our_Company/en_US/directors/index.html

Recent reports of the development of new sub-orbital cruising planes should create new fears for anti-Chemtrail activists.


Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Clear Skies of Asia

Although UFO sightings continue to rise over most of Asia, this seems to be the one part of the world not affected by the recent upsurge in Chemtrail suspicions.

Hardly a paragon of virtue, the Chinese government's apparently clean slate with other NWO depopulation activities can be traced back to a few root causes:

1. Air traffic over the middle kingdom is extensively restricted, reserved mostly for irregular military activities.
2. Population controls brought in over the last 50 years have created a dangerous demographic situation, and the central government is now looking for ways to BOOST population.
3. The central role of DuPont in Chemtrail initiatives has them tied tightly to Lockheed Martin, a competitor to aspiring Chinese domestic airline manufacturers.

Breathe easy.