Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, April 23, 2022, #350


Dane Wigington

Power structures are doing their best to further fuel crop collapse all over the world. Constant contamination and overexploitation continue in our oceans, fisheries are collapsing. Our once lush forests are dying and incinerating. From the formerly blue skies to the ground, industrialized militarized "civilization" is laying waste to our once thriving home. What part is the climate intervention insanity playing in this entire equation? The latest installment of Global Alert News is below.

All are needed in the critical battle to wake populations to what is coming, we must make every day count. Share credible data from a credible source, make your voice heard. Awareness raising efforts can be carried out from your own home computer.

This week's outreach booth is at the Scottish Rite Event Center, San Diego, California, and is shown below. My most sincere and continuing gratitude to the Gem Faire exhibition organizers for facilitating and setting up this very effective booth in every week's Gem Faire location. The schedule for upcoming Gem Faire events is HERE. A booth will be at all events, thanks to the steadfast support of Gem Faire.

Must view, THE DIMMING, our most comprehensive climate engineering documentary:​

26 Responses to Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, April 23, 2022, #350

  1. John says:

    Here in Northwest Illinois, it's been constantly cold with temperatures barely reaching over the 40s for almost the entire month of April, with the exception of a few days they give us in the 70s, which are short-lived.  We get high winds on so many days now ranging from 25mph with gusts up to 50mph, with no storms or measurable precipitation prior or after these high wind events.  However, the high winds are most often before the temperatures plummet, which sometimes plummet down to the upper 20 degree range.  Constant canopied skies for most of April as well with a few sunny days which include incessant spraying.  Only 2-3 days this past month where the Sun comes out without visible spraying, but those are usually the unseasonably cold days.  Winter throughout most of April here still with no prospect of any meaningful warmup or Sun.  

    • Gary Cristani says:

      Remember that movie Soylent Green where it was hot all the time because the ozone was gone and UV rates were heating the planet and killing the plankton.Its already happening but they  manipulate the weather to make everything cold to keep people asleep.Its either cold or hot.

  2. Dennie says:

    Heard on Sasquatch Theory:  Arnold Engineering Development Complex:  Where The Bad Guys do their Dirty Work

    Arnold A.F.B. is a major developer of cutting edge aerospace engineering, including weather satellites.. check it out:

    The Arnold Engineering Development Complex operates more than 68 aerodynamic and propulsion wind tunnels, rocket and turbine engine test cells, environmental chambers, arc heaters, ballistic ranges, sled tracks, centrifuges and other specialized units.

    Headquartered at Arnold Air Force Base in middle Tennessee, with operating locations at Ames Research Center, Mountain View and Edwards AFB, California; Peterson AFB, Colorado; Eglin AFB, Florida; the Federal Research Center at White Oak, Maryland; Holloman AFB, Kirtland AFB, and White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico; Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, and Hill AFB, Utah, AEDC offers a suite of test capabilities to simulate speed, temperature, pressure and other parameters over a wide range to meet the needs of aerospace system developers.

    Facilities can simulate flight conditions from sea level to 300 miles and from subsonic velocities to Mach 20.

    Our Mission: To prove the superiority of systems required to meet the demands of the National Defense Strategy.

    Our Vision: Second to none!

    The AEDC is an Air Force Materiel Command facility and an important national resource. It has contributed to the development of practically every one of the nation's top priority aerospace programs including the Atlas, Titan, Minuteman and Peacekeeper ICBMs, the space shuttle, space station, and Projects Mercury, Gemini and Apollo.

    Aircraft include the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter, F-22A Raptor, A-10 Thunderbolt II, F-14 Tomcat, F-15 Eagle, F-16 Fighting Falcon, F/A-18 Hornet and F/A-18 Super Hornet, F-105 Thunderchief, F-111 Aardvark, F-117A Nighthawk, C-5 Galaxy, C-17 Globemaster III, C-141Starlifter, B-1B Lancer, B-2 Spirit, B-52 Stratofortress, B-58 Hustler, X-15, X-29, X-32 and X-33, X-35, XB-70 Valkyrie.

    Satellites include NAVSTAR GPS, MAPS and GOES-M weather satellite.

    Missiles include the Polaris, Poseidon and Trident submarine-launched ballistic missiles, the Minuteman ICBMS plus the Tomahawk and Air-Launched Cruise Missiles and the Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile.

    Space systems include the Atlas, Titan, the space shuttle, space station, and Projects Mercury, Gemini and Apollo.

    Customers include the Department of Defense, Army, Navy and Air Force organizations; the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, both domestic and foreign private industry, allied foreign governments and educational institutions.

    AEDC is named for the man responsible for its conception — General of the Air Force Henry H. "Hap" Arnold. Shortly before the end of World War II, General Arnold asked Dr. Theodore von Karman, one of history's great aeronautical scientists, to form a Scientific Advisory Group to chart a long-range research and development course for the future U.S. Air Force. AEDC was a result of that plan.

    AEDC strives to:
    · Test and evaluate aircraft, missile and space systems and subsystems at the flight conditions they will experience during a mission to: help customers develop and qualify the systems for flight, improve system designs and establish performance before production, and to help users troubleshoot problems with operational systems;

    · Conduct a research and technology program to develop advanced testing techniques and instrumentation and to support the design of new test facilities. The continual improvement helps satisfy testing needs and keeps pace with rapidly advancing aircraft, missile and space system requirements;

    · Maintain and modernize existing test facilities.

  3. Its A Reminder says:

    The past few weeks I have been observing the cold here in the coastal pacific northwest, and how it seems to be feeding into these unnatural cold events in the upper midwest, and I am horrified.  Each day, it is so cold here, and so much rain, it is utterly miserable and I would "give anything" that this rain would be falling further south!!!  I know I'm not alone in that feeling. 

    One very encouraging thing is that I have observed sea anemones in tide pools again, the ones that are a beautiful bright pink and neon green.  After the stunning heat wave last year, I have seen nothing. (although I am not looking often so I can't say I have a full picture, however has been barren and lifeless and very, very sad since then.)

    When I think about it, it literally is a miracle that even one more day unfolded today.  There are so many things that aren't happening to us, so many disasters that haven't happened and we are so toxic and sick, yet we still are functioning somehow…….  it boggles the mind and gives some encouragement that there really is a reason we are still here.

    It's a reminder that Life itself has its own plan, and is resilient beyond our imagination and this is proven by the very fact that today happened and our reality didn't implode.  I chalk it up to the miracles that are happening every single day that nobody noticed, but are real and the only reason we are still here. 

      Tonight, once again, it is just as cold to me as it was in December.  I imagine we will see more cold events to the east, although I sincerely hope not, with my whole heart.

    And I must also comment on the snowstorm we had last Dec here.  That was the most unnatural storm I have ever experienced and it was terrifying.  The black ice was so dangerous and many people didn't realize how serious it was.  The ice was insane, everything about it was insane.

    My boots were saturated by the precipitation and I was unable to wash out whatever elements it contained.  I tried long soaks in hot water with lots of soap, then rinsing them multiple times and fully drying them 3 separate times over a period of many days.  They have a strange white powdery residue that emerges on the surface as they dry.  I gave up and I don't know if I should wear them or not.  Then I think about the trees and how they must have felt about it. 

    Yet the frogs and birds are still singing, the trees haven't fallen over and we are all still doing our best everyday.  I saw a bee yesterday, the only one I've seen so far this year, but it proves they are still here.  We are all still here. We still have a chance.  It's A Reminder all is not yet lost!  

    We can't imagine what miracles are yet in store for us in the future, yet they are waiting there for us if we can just make it one more day or even just through the night.  We must continue forward with love in our hearts.  If we do, we will be protected from fear.

    • Jonathan says:

      Now this is truly encouraging! I was working in my garden the other day and saw a little toad about the size of a quarter. There is still life! There still hummingbirds come into my feeder. There's still lots of birds and wild animals coming up to eat every day at the yard. I saw a bat flying through the yard the other evening. The owls are still calling at night and early in the morning. Some people are having a hard time psychologically dealing with the very difficult information that is presented here and the very difficult things we are facing, on a daily basis. Post like this are most welcome. In spite of the challenges we are facing you offer hope and encouragement, and that is so necessary in our ongoing efforts to inform others. In so many areas, I am seeing in my own experience more and more people waking up. I've seen more and more people distrustful of the official narrative and lies coming out of the mainstream media. I am seeing more and more people taking an interest in the geoengineering materials. I'm seeing more and more people refusing these so-called vaccines. Is encouraging to see people thinking for themselves more. And yes, if we give nature or even a little space it does seem to find a way to continue to flourish. I'm not seeing quite the number and variety of animals I used to see out here, but there are some. I encourage everybody to do everything they can to help encourage nature. Perhaps even take a pot of soil and go to a local nursery and get a packet of wildflower seeds and plant those seeds in that pot and nurtured them and water them and care for them so they can bloom and produce flowers to attract more insects. One very encouraging thing I saw this spring is lots and lots of honey bees which I rarely see in recent years. We also have many types of other bees including bumblebees that I have seen helping to pollinate the flowers here. Anyway, thank you again for your kind encouragement.

    • Earth Angel says:

      Thank you for the update from your corner of the northwest and your beautiful encouraging words. You have uplifted my morning and this day for me. We too are grateful and amazed at the variety of nature and wildlife still continuing to sustain itself here in our area.. P.S. I would definately throw the boots out my friend.

    • Dennie says:

      We could sure use some of that rain down here in California, which is baking to death. Then "they" give us cold snaps with lots of wind.  the Controllers are Hell-bent for leather killing our agriculture here in the once-golden state.  Now they want to starve us to death.  Stoopids will, just as with the damnable quackcines, line up and comply with food rationing.  

  4. Jonathan says:

    Thank you for the heads-up Richard. However, I don't believe much of anything that I hear anymore. Maybe a tenth of what I hear and about half of what I see. The Psychopaths run in the world are just as happy when animals suffer and die as when we suffer and die. Therefore, I will continue to feed all of my wild animals around the house. Everything from birds to possums to raccoons to foxes and even occasionally red wolves. I'm even converting part of the backyard into a wild Meadow and it planted all kinds of seeds in different things that will provide food for insects and hummingbirds. I'm going to let part of the backyard grow up into a wild Meadow to provide shelter and food for the insects and the animals in this area. We are surrounded on all sides by commercial agriculture Fields where every single year in the springtime a spray atrazine halex GT and glyphosate. These are carcinogens and are terribly poisonous. There is almost no life in those fields apart from the genetically modified soy beans or corn that the so-called Farmers alternate there and plant year after year.

    This will be a safe space so to speak for the animals. I used to have a garden out there in that part of the yard. You could walk through my garden, which was full of weeds and see mice and birds and insects of every kind including grasshoppers 3in flying out from in front of your feet with every step as you walk through the garden. 20 ft to one side in the GMOs fields or they do the commercial agriculture, there was no life at all apart from the GMO plants. My was a field of Life, a Garden of Life, the other was a field of death.

    I put out food and freshwater for the animals every single day no exceptions. And high-quality food with lots of protein as well. People have been terrible stewards of the gift of life and of this planet. With of course some exceptions. But Humanity has not done a good job of being a good Steward of Life on this planet. If people truly believe that they were given dominion over all life on this planet, then they need to act with that level of responsibility and kindness towards the life on this planet. All the animals and plants as well as other people. I take extreme Measures to keep my immune system and health in good shape and do not much worry about zoonotic diseases. I shall not give into fear. One of the last things I would ever want to do is give in to the CIA controlled Mockingbird media propaganda telling me to stop feeding the wildlife. Never. I will never give them what they w.

    If you please, let me again quote from Jack London.

    "I would rather be ashes and dust! I would rather that my spark should burn out in a brilliant Blaze then it should be stifled by dry-rot. I would rather be a superb meteor, every atom of me in magnificent glow, than a sleepy and permanent planet. The function of man is to live, not to exist. I shall not waste my days trying to prolong them. I shall use my time."

    Has Dane is always encouraging us to do, make Every Day Count!

    PS on a separate note, you know that Elon Musk just bought Twitter. He believes strongly in free speech. He has also reinstated many accounts that were permanently blocked under the last ownership of Twitter. Some of the people he is as specifically reinstated have been very open and brutally honest about who Klaus Schwab the Rothschild is as well as who the economic forum it's comprised either what they believe in. There will come a time when several people out of ten will Sue know who these people are, and that is just one example of that critical threshold of Awakening that is sent necessary for Humanity to Galvanize around principles of freedom and stand up and say no to these miscreants and deviants.

    In the same way, but as all work within our particular spheres of influence to increase awareness of the weaponized weather programs. It is a race to the Finish Line. Who wins? The great reset or the great resist?

    As Dane says, there is only one way to find out.


    PSS it's by 8:30. I just got back from going to East Carolina University once again. Final exams start tomorrow so the Student Center was very busy. I had got a ton of flyers today. As I was walking back and forth through the Student Center I saw a number of people reading the Flyers. Not throwing them away in the trash. We are getting thru to people! The printed materials do work! They do get people's attention!

    • Earth Angel says:

      Fantastic work Jonathan! Thank you for what you are accomplishing for nature in your home area and in terms of what you are doing to reach out and enlighten our young people about the truth. So important. You too are a staunch and formidable force working for good, as are the many here. So grateful to Dane for bringing us all together at GEW and being the match to light the spark for action, awareness and change we so desperately need right now.

    • Jonathan says:

      Thank you, Earth Angel.

      Yes, just think about it. Think about what is happening to the young people in this country. The age of the average college student now- they have never been without the internet. They have never not been inundated with electromagnetic radiation. They have never not been fluoridated heavily vaccinated in most cases as well as having been victims of extreme propaganda through media entertainment and public education. And yet those young people are so precious and are our future. We must absolutely must reach the young people with the truth. They are intelligent enough to figure out what to do with it. But we have to be the ones to help get that information to them. This is absolutely critical. In my own personal experience I have found that a lot the people who are older do not always have the drive and the passion to get in the trenches and fight this information War. In many cases they have many other things competing for time attention and energy. I respect that. We must reach the young people who still have the enthusiasm and the energy and the time to get involved in this fight. I like what you said the Dane is like a match that lights a spark. But think about this. If Dane is lighting a spark, then let us be the fire.

      He cannot do this by himself. He truly needs all hands on deck. Anybody order printed awareness raising materials from the GW home page. Even the two sided Flyers. They can fold one of those up and stick it in with the check for their electric bill. Or their water bill. They can take some to their local fire department. Their local police department. They can leave one in the grocery cart at the supermarket. They can leave one at the bank teller. They can roll one up and stick it in the handle of the gasoline pump at their gas station. They can stick one on a bulletin board at their Public Library. They can go to their local University or Community College and hand some out to the students. Just use non-threatening language and non-threatening body language and be very polite and respectful. I simply walk up to students and say very politely and gently that I'm handing out some information on climate change and leave the information with them and walk on. If they are sitting at a table studying or at a desk studying, like they usually are, I don't walk up and then lean over them as I'm talking to them. I actually bend my knees a little bit so I am not giving the nonverbal impression that I am leaning over them and I gently lay the materials on the desk but not right in the middle of their books and materials. I don't engage them in conversation I don't confront them and I barely make eye contact with them. I'm as non-threatening as can possibly be. They almost universally say thank you and accept them. I never try to Corner people or try to argue or point up to the sky and say, look at that. No, just hand out the materials and use non-threatening terms that are not going to bring up their defenses, such as the term, climate change. Again, if Dane is the proverbial spark, then let us be the fire.

      Go back to the old movie from 1989, Dead Poets Society. Look at how Mr Keating lovingly but with conviction worked to change the thinking of the young people around him. He was respectful and loving but also very committed to influencing their worldview.

      Anybody in the North Carolina area can contact Dane and then contact me and I will be happy to meet them and we'll get a bunch of materials and go to whatever local University we can meet at &  spend the day canvassing the campus and distributing materials to these precious young people in the hope that even a small percentage will act on that information. This is about building a critical mass of awareness that will hit an inflection point at which the consciousness of humanity changes. This is in a sense a war of information. Let us be diligent and committed. And as so many here know, continue to be kind to yourselves to other people, the plants and the animals within your sphere of influence.

      BTW will put you in touch with local organic farmers in your area. This is what we do. And that's a side from stocking up and from gardening. The prices are reasonable and the food is a very high quality. It is not commercial agriculture. These are small-time farms who's farmers are committed to not using glyphosate or genetically modified food. Dane has been warning for a long time about what will happen to our food supply at a point in time that the environment is too badly damaged to easily recover. There are Rumblings from so many directions about food shortages even from the international monetary fund. Take these seriously. Connect with local Growers now and go ahead and start connecting with his people and make contact with them. You're going to need this eventually. Do a little gardening if you can. Even if it's just a few container pots of potatoes or tomatoes or things like that. Good for high calorie foods. And don't forget to save up on essential medications and Food For Your Precious Pets. And lots of bottled water. Platypus, Katadyn, Sawyer, and Berkey make excellent water filters.

      Blessings all…

      Go to it!

  5. juli says:

    After heavy rains and seismic activities on Monday, the earth has split open at Kenya’s Rift Valley leaving a huge tear that is more than 50 feet deep and more than 50 feet wide weaving through the arable land in Narok County.


    • virginia says:

      Juli, Thank you for that most interesting article and video on the Kenya Rift Valley split.  Most frightening example of the powers of Mother Nature.   Recommended viewing

  6. Sabdy Patrus says:

    Friday we had winds with gusts up to 80 mph here in Santa Fe, NM.  This fueled the fires that were already burning and now we have 10 fires raging in NM.  With no rain in sight, God knows how long these fires will burn.  So many people had to be evacuated.  They said it was very unusual for these fires this time of year.  The smoke was so thick you could not see the mountains and we are surrounded by mountains.  All we can do is pray for rain!

    • It's A Reminder says:

      You are all in my prayers down there in Santa Fe, I love that area it is so special and beautiful and ancient, the traditional Native American teachings from that region are helping us all to remember what is important.

  7. A Friend says:


    I know of numerous cases of people who more or less know what is going on, or at least they have a feeling something isn't quite right; and yet, instead of directing the flow of their energy outwards to help the largely innocent people, plants and animals of this world from the ravages of the military industrial machine, of which weather engineering is but one component, they withdraw and turn inwards, like a turtle drawing back into its shell.

    It is like a child with a security blanket or stuffed animal, clinging to that during times of fear or anxiety.

    So many people will cling to their closed-off world and what comforts they can find within it. 

    I would instead encourage others to follow Dane's example and focus outwards, pouring your energy into active efforts to reach out to others with useful information. we must reach that critical inflection point, if we can, and that comes from sharing information everywhere we go…

    In the meantime, be kind to yourselves, to others around you, to the plants and animals in your area, spreading Love as you can.

    Be encouraged, and do not fear to "look out, look the storm in the eye… look out, to the sea and the sky" as Geddy Lee used to sing.

    Onward and forward, ever upward my friends.

    Fear not!

    Be strong!

    Be encouraged!

    Do something today, each day. 

    Be the hero or heroine whose coming you have been awaiting.

  8. Linda.. LS says:

    Reno TV Channel 4 announced this morning that residents will not have to conserve or ration water this year. What planet are they living on?

  9. Laura Cotter says:

    To Dane and all….I received a free edition to Audubon.  I know the birds are suffering because we see less flying and our locals are draining the bird feeder more than usual. I suspect their native food is also less. There was an article written about the crisis of spring migration of waterfowl birds that use the Northwest US Klamath Basin to rest and feed on their routes. But recent decades of severe drought (and we know why)……has decimated the region's treasured wildlife refuges……rivers, lakes, ponds, streams.  A former government ornithologist is examining the growing disaster, its cause and possible solutions.  Somehow I don't find that information comforting in the least !  Sorry but I don't know how to upload a photo to this site.

    • Jonathan says:

      Thank you for sharing this. In eastern North Carolina is extremely dry. All bodies of water here are very low and the levels/amounts by which they are low can be measured in feet, not inches.

      By the way Dane was interviewed by Greg Hunter on 3.29.22.

  10. David Borden says:

    As you may already know there is currently occurring a disaster in the mid and upper plains of the U.S. We have relatives who's farm(8000ac) is located in northeast North Dakota. We are in contact with them on weekly basis. I will leave it to you to see flooding now occurring in prime crop lands. And at a time when many are just days from planting their  crops. Wheat(s), soy beans, corn, sun flower, durum wheat(pasta), and numerous other crops. They are part of the world's bread basket. Prior to the back-to-back blizzards, and now rapid melts along with rain, one of our relatives saw the sky fill with chem trails.  To the point of making that familiar haze. Intuitively, if you follow geo-engineering watch, you knew something was going to happen. In this case I never dreamed it would be this bad. Dane, I ask you to give this attention it deserves and report what you find. A footnote, combining this with the now and future fertilizer shortages, the disaster they are feeling in the crop lands will most certainly spread to our dinner tables. Wake-up America. Humanity is at brink. 

    • Gary Morrow says:

      The Climate Prediction Center has released its monthly forecast for May. It is calling for below normal temperatures in the Midwest and Upper Plains. This likely means more crop destroying frosts and freezes ahead.

    • Richard/Wisconsin says:

      Just heard something today, April 26, about not feeding birds due to some illness that's affecting them. Supposedly birds that aren't 100 percent healthy are bringing what they eat from feeders back to the nests and infecting the birds that are healthy.  Sounds like just another way to thin out the wildlife that's part of life on our planet. 

    • It's A Reminder says:

      Thank you for sharing this important information.  Your relatives and the other farmers are in my prayers!  Please let them know when you speak with them next.

  11. Stan Sylvester says:

    The city of Santiago, Chile recently announced that water rationing will start due to its 13 year drought. Many reasons were given for the drought, but to no shock to visitors of this site, there was no mention of climate control and/or weather manipulation. 

  12. Jonathan says: grain mill hand operated organic glyphosate free wheat berries

    What Dane has been talking about regarding a collapsing food supply is true. All these chemicals they are spraying in the air will affect the food supply. Prepare while you can.

  13. Courage is ... says:

    Courage is contagious.  I heard somewhere it's the next variant, and about to trend to the top of the list…. finally….  🙂

    Once again, thank you for another great program Mr Wigington and team.  I really appreciate accurate science, the meaningful historical quotes and your call to action, it is the best part of my week and what keeps me going through the rest of it.  Your voice and perseverance is a lighthouse in the wilderness.  I am so very sorry to hear about the horses and cows and everything else.   

    "A hero is not he who kills, it is he who saves"

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