Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, April 30, 2022, #351


Dane Wigington

New reports on global air quality paint an increasingly dire picture for humanity. The ongoing climate engineering atmospheric aerosol spraying goes unmentioned even though it is mathematically the single greatest source of atmospheric fine particulate pollution. India's wheat crops have been fried by an unexpected record heat wave. Was this just an act of nature? Or is there much more to the equation?  The Amazon rainforest is being cut down at the fastest rates ever recorded, how much longer till nothing is left? What part is climate engineering playing in the demise of all remaining habitats? 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.

Geoengineering Watch wishes to express our gratitude to Maciej Kocialkowski for his ongoing tireless work toward raising awareness on the critical issue of climate engineering. The geoengineering awareness booth in the photo below was set up at the C Bascom Slemp Memorial Library, in Big Stone Gap, Virginia (4/22/22). Our deepest thanks to each and every activist that is doing their best to sound the alarm on the climate engineering operations.

This week's outreach booth is at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds, Santa Rosa, 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:​

31 Responses to Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, April 30, 2022, #351

  1. Dennie says:

    Found at Yahoo News, from Shadow and Act:  Is it too far a stretch to see that the social discourse now turning it's spotlight on Jada Pinkett Smith is but a dot connecting the Academy Award incident and stir created by Chris Rock's pointing out Pinkett's hairlessness and Will Smith's overblown reaction to it with the fact that Pfizer, as well as a few other pharmaceutical companies that sponsored the 2022 Academy Awards, is coming out with a new drug that treats alopecia areata, the autoimmune disorder that stops hair growth?  Hmmm…Subliminal advertising on steroids?:

  2. Joseph says:

      Very good reporting here– More people need to listen to this program and share the info. flyers  on geoengineering w others.  Nobody is in a position to do nothing for the greater good.

      Make your voice count and make everyday matter—Thank you Dane

  3. Raymond says:

    Stuck in Kansas while one truck and both trailers are being repaired. The Andover tornado put holes in them with flying debris. Luckily though my collectible cars are OK. The house we took shelter in was also damaged, as the funnel passed within a quarter-mile of that neighborhood.

    If you insert "Climate Engineers" everywhere it says "Climate Change", in this report. Then and only then, does it really make sense and finally becomes factual.

    A Concerning Change Is Happening to Earth's Water Cycle, Satellite Data Reveal (

    Geoengineering is the leading cause of Earth's Hydrological Cycle changes and Dane has only driven this point home… About 1,000 Times!

  4. Laura Cotter says:

    Just a thought.   Since we don't have any idea of our time left, I am making it a point of sitting or doing something outside ONLY when the sky is clear and blue….which is rare here in NJ.  But, it feels good!  And I make it a point to look for some wildlife and what they are doing.  It is uplifting, for however long.  Join me.  Better yet…….hang a bird feeder and on a good day, watch them.  Guaranteed to bring a smile to your face.  Let's enjoy our time…my dear like minded friends…..((Hugs)) to all.

    • Jonathan says:

      Hi Laura,

      It sounds like you are a Nature lover as well. Yes, we must make time to stop and smell the flowers, so to speak, and to do what we can to provide for the wild creatures with which we share the world. As the old song goes:

      All things bright and beautiful,

      All creatures great and small,

      All things wise and wonderful, 

      The Lord God made them all.

      The point being that the same divine hands shaped them, as us, so they matter, and they matter very much.

      At the same time, let's also strive be as involved as we can be sharing the GW message. Not everyone has access to a booth like 'a' simple horseman or Maciej, but there is something each of us can do, most every day.

      I believe none of us has been relieved of our post as long as we are living.

      One can even just use a post-it or similar note pad and scribble, "" on it and stick it by community mailboxes, with bills you pay, or leave it at drive-thru windows, leave it with tips at a restaurant, etc. 

    • Stan Sylvester says:


      I admire your courage living in NJ. When we left NJ 6 years ago our property taxes were $7800/ yr. We were in South Brunswick, simple middle class home.

      It was easy to figure out where most of the tax $$$ went. I knew a high school history teacher turned guidance cousellor who retired at 57. His pension was $52,000/yr. Don't expect any gubberment employees to join us in this fight to expose our government's part in the ongoing destruction of the earth's lifesupport systems. Hugs back to you from TN

    • virginia says:


      You and I are kindred spirits, for sure.  I follow your routine every day, and that is 'checking the skies' to see what's above us before I begin my daily chores outside.  It is a sad situation we find ourselves in that we must check the safety before going out and enjoying the beauties that Mother Earth offers us in abundance.  

      Enjoying the sun, as dim as it has been of late, is my salvation from worry or fear of what the future holds for us on this earth.   Every little flower or a lone little bird singing gives me happiness and encouragement that we shall prevail.  Even when the deer and their little ones come each day and munch on my plants gives me joy because I see the 'thanks' in their beautiful eyes, as I watch them getting their fill.  Small things, but big rewards – Mother Nature.  We must continue to do anything we can to help her out.  Her offerings are irreplaceable.

      Thanks, Laura for the encouragement – see you outside, tomorrow, under a clear, blue sky.

    • Dennie says:

      I've been doing just that, here in San Rafael, CA, most of my life.  Only when the spraying's really terrible do I stay in. Out there for 6 hours yesterday, repotting, pruning and cleaning the garden, always with an eye on my fine feathered friends who come around to splash in the terra cotta saucers I've put around the yard so they can preen their feathers, important to flight.  The jets have been super busy and we're all essentially eating textured air.  The stuff in it's causing the nasty red irritation and cracking around my nostrils that got me in trouble about two years ago (I took 3 rounds of tetracycline and it didn't help, just made me sicker), GI upset and a lot of unpleasant issues that go with that.  Being in nature, or rather NOT being in nature, seeing themselves as needing to "triumph" over nature rather than live within nature, is The Central Problem of humanity.  Even the Problem Solvers, like former Sec'y of Labor Robert Reich who has a daily substack and is earnestly looking for ways to heal this mess, wrote recently about the "survival of the fittest" being the Way of Nature when in reality, that is such an old husband's tale.  Biologists in fact understand, and have for some time now. that survival depends on cooperation.  Big surprise, White Man, B-I-G surprise, huh?

  5. 'a' simple horseman says:

    It is good to see my friend I have met get his picture on the cover of the Rolling Stone and still "taking it to the street". Looking good Maciek.

    It is more than interesting sitting up here on my mountain watching the world from the outside looking in. The war drums are beating good and loud here too. All because of a bunch of lies and false propaganda. The mask mandates are lifted and the folks that are still wearing one are no surprise. Known weak minds so to speak. No one is seeing the collapse of the dollar. It is going to happen over night and it will not be long before it happens. Our dollar will over night be worth at least 30% less and that's conservative. Russia is selling "energy" in rubles and nothing else and is still shipping lots of oil. After someone blew up one of the bears oil facilities, they are now threatening to cut off "energy" to parts of Europe. The bear is big, the bear has more resources than anybody, the bear did not fritter away its military money on pork barrel spending. The petro dollar is all done but the crying….. and mad max begins. The amount of proxy provocation by USA Inc "over there" is mind boggling and no one will call it for what it is. And then there is food… or the lack of it. Its here, its real and its going to get more real FAST! The writing is on the wall blinking in neon red.  So you know what Imma gonna do? I'm going fishing, I don't know how to fish but I bet I can pretend pretty good, just sayin(grin) Literally, that's my solution for what's coming, "got a better idea?"

    PS, 12 days and counting until I start my 6th year of hosting my own awareness booth at our farmers market. If you're ever in Tonasket WA on Thursday afternoon, stop by and say hello. I'll send you home with a bunch of flyers.

    Love and strength my friends,   'a' simple horseman

    • virginia says:

      Mike, Congratulations on your sixth year at the farmer's market in WA!!!!!!

      Above and beyond the call of duty, sir.  Thank you very much for your time and efforts and 'always' good humor and good stories in your posts.

      Stay safe and healthy.


  6. Jake says:

    This weekend I emailed several GW links to my local TV station's chief meteorologist, including The Dimming link.

    No reply, yet the term "geoengineering" will have been suggested to her mind.

    A little while ago I left a flyer in my supermarket cart for the next person.

    No matter if people do not reply.

    Just everyone keep sharing. 


  7. Elwood says:

    I was at a local state park today. Before we left, I put 2-sided fliers on each car in the parking lot and some at the main office. :+)

  8. It's A Reminder says:

    In this broadcast, our host mentioned the herringbone patterns in the clouds, here is a great article he wrote about it from 2017, along with 2 excellent videos that demonstrate the effects of frequency on particles and liquids.

    I would like to nominate Mr. Dane Wigington for the Honey Badger Award of Excellence in Science. 


  9. Robert says:

    As Dane has mentioned in nearly all of his radio programs,  in order to stop the geoengineering madness we need help from our military brothers and sisters. If we  identify bases and communities that are directly involved in geoengineering and their supply chain we could focus there. Hand out flyers at recruitment centers, amass anti-geoengineering protest  at airbase entrances, send activist into the corresponding communities and let them know  we don't approve. Let's turn over the rock and see whats underneath.

    • virginia says:

      Hi, Robert:

      Good thoughts, Robert.  But, I wouldn't depend on our present military for any help in stopping the aerosol poisoning.   Have you taken a look at who is in charge of our forces?    Doesn't inspire much confidence, as far as I am concerned.  Sad.

  10. It's A Reminder says:

    PS.  Thank you Jonathan for pointing out on last week's broadcast comment page that some people are truly having a very difficult time psychologically dealing with all these things we must face.   The good news is that all humans have the capacity to learn and grow and heal and even though we feel alone, we are never truly alone on our Earth Walk.  (The frogs just started singing as I wrote this! I think they were saying Hello to you Jonathan 🙂

    Also- thank you to Earth Angel for your advice to bin the boots!  This is wise advice my friend.  It's such a bummer because they aren't being made anymore and they fit my feet perfectly, but it's a sign of the times.  Sometimes we have to let go of things from the past that we once treasured in order for something new and better (healthier!) to come into our life in the future. 

    It's good practice for when it's time to shed our earthly bodies and go to the next stage of living, when we get to go to a better place where there are no tears or sorrow or cruelty. 

    We have a wonderful opportunity to truly make a positive difference while we are still here on earth during these crazy times.  It will feel so short once it's time to leave.  Let's make the absolute most of it while we still can, with no regrets when it's time to go.

    I'm sending big hugs to everyone and I can't wait to meet you all in person someday!!!!! 

    • Jonathan says:

      Thank you IAR for the kind words. Bless you.

      Your posts are encouraging others, and you understand our time here is short before we move to the next stage. I appreciate your connection to Nature as well.  Thank you also to Maciej and 'a' Simple Horseman for your tireless work. It is an inspiration to me.


  11. Raymond says:

    Something to consider folks in regards to what Dane has said (and proven beyond any doubt) about the climate engineer's storm manipulation and steering capabilities.

    Raytheon has a facility located just 18 miles south of where the "freak" tornado struck, in Andover, KS on Friday. And another one just 38 miles NE of the "monster" tornado that struck in Granbury, TX back in 2013.

    Matter of fact. Most of the Raytheon labs and facilities in the U.S. are located in Tornado Alley and areas most affected by tornadoes and hurricanes… Coincidence? Why develop their technology centers in the most storm prone areas? Unless they have the ability to manipulate those storms, to serve their agendas and a higher purpose.

    Like perfecting weather weapons of war! They are the world leader in creating WMDs after all and who better… to insure that the U.S. military truly does become the Masters of the Sky by 2025.

    • virginia says:


      I remember when Raytheon made refrigerators.  Times are 'a-changin'.

    • Raymond says:


      Believe it or not, I still have some Raytheon relics in the form of refrigerators, "commercial" ice machines and beer/wine chillers.

      I used to specialize in maintenance and repair of those appliances. Raytheon also made the only ice machines in the world that magically had water running over a freeze plate… Upside Down or inverted! When you watched it in operation, it basically defied the laws of physics and you could not believe your eyes. But only a trained service tech, such as myself… was able to figure out their secret.

      They were produced in the 1940s and 50s, and utilized a microwave transformer that altered the "conductive" flow of the "mineralized" water. Making it attract to the zinc and steel alloy freeze plate. Rather than pouring off into the ice cube collection bin.

      So, if they had such amazing technology back then. Just imagine what they are capable of doing to the hydrological cycles and thermal dynamics, in the atmosphere today. I truly believe that they are responsible for the awe inspiring lightning shows that we are experiencing now. I watched a storm in Texas recently that never stopped flashing bolts of lightning and produced hundreds of sprites, blue and red plasma jets, and did not rain one single drop of precipitation. Just like Raytheon's magical ice machine. That storm seemed to defy the laws of physics.

      Ironically too, that Raytheon used the name "Texas Ice Makers Inc." for those machines. And made sure to confiscate every last one of them, by the mid 80s. They were only leased out to restaurants and bars.

  12. It's A Reminder says:

    Demoralization is a primary tool of warfare, arguably the most important. 

    It’s normal to have many difficult and negative emotions when facing these dire and depressing facts.  Who wouldn’t?

    It’s OK to feel the negative feelings, just don’t surrender to them, instead use them as fuel to change everything in your life, starting… right now!  

    The change in our society we all desperately need starts within each of us individually.  It will naturally radiate outward and will be utterly unstoppable once when we have truly transformed ourselves within.  

    “I simply made this point, that no matter how dire our situation is, we all have a responsibility to try and make a difference for the better. We have a responsibility to our children and to the common good. The moment we are born we are destined to die, does that mean we should not live in the meantime? Does that mean we should give up without trying our best to make a difference for the better?”

    -Dane Wigington, March 13, 2015, Chico, CA

    Please read the entire narrative from 2015 about Mr Wigington and Mr McPherson’s presentation:

  13. Lilo Bauer-Freitag says:

    Visitors to this site have now exceeded 40 M!!!  Perhaps this is the only good news.

  14. Stan Sylvester says:

    Hardly a day goes by when those in the know give us a new warning that magically comes to pass. Rockefeller Foundation President Rajiv Shah recently stated that a "massive immediate food crisis" is in our not too distant future, possibly in the next 6 months.

    Adding to the gloomy news from the same Foundation, Senior VP of Food Initiative Roy Steiner said that we spend way too much on food that is bad for people and bad for, wait for it,the planet. Gee, he wouldn't be referring to red meat would he? 

    It was heartwarming to hear of his concern for the planet but there was no mention of the destruction of the earth's life support systems going on by way of geoengineering. Maybe that will be in a future speech.

  15. Rich says:

    6 weeks into spring here in Newport, RI. We haven't had 2 days over 70 degrees yet. Every potential warm day is met with the usual aerosol activity in our skies. We get continuous chilling, sometimes high winds and the beautiful warm day never occurs.


  16. Nobody U Know says:

    In light of something that was mentioned in the broadcast, I would recommend people look up glutathione precursors.

  17. Kathryn says:

    The once beyond beautiful, Yosemite Park, is quickly disappearing .  The next generation will never know what we cannot share. I live in the High Sierra Nevada Mts.  I see the chem trails most everyday.  The forest fires burn our forests

    every summer.  I grew up in this area I know what the sky should look like.  I am beyond sad.  I tell all that will listen. I think more people are aware but don't know what to do.

    Just like drugs .  Everybody is losing a family member.  Our government is not our friend.  They are more concerned with making money than taking care of the people and protecting this world. God has blessed us and to think what is happening under our noses!

    • penny waters says:

      dear kathryn

      do not forget there are still times when the beauty of being alive fills your heart with joy and gladness

      i understand though, the sadness, tis the pain of the opposite of beauty – i cannot think of a word that describes what tears at my very being sometimes with what humans can do 

      just breath my friend and be aware of being a witness

      much love to you

    • Dawnski says:

      From what Dane keeps reporting, there is very little time left for there to be a next generation. Enjoy what beauty still exists while helping sound the alarm. Shalom 

  18. richard adorador says:

    where is the activist link? I do not see it among the headings.

    Thank You 

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