Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, December 25, 2021, #333

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Dane Wigington
GeoengineeringWatch.org

As 2021 draws to an end, global controller criminality, climate intervention operations, biosphere implosion and societal collapse, all continue to accelerate exponentially. Climate modification operations remain a primary weapon of the power structure and the military industrial complex that serves them. Increasingly radical weather and temperature extremes are wreaking havoc on infrastructure, ecosystems, food production and thus already struggling societies all over the world. As the great unraveling picks up momentum, the vast majority of media sources (corporate and alternative) are focused on everything but the wider horizon. Biosphere implosion has been, is, and will always be the bottom line factor fueling escalating insanity, chaos and collapse on every front. Thank you for tuning in to this year end extended version of Global Alert News.

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.
DW

The NOAA "departure from normal high temperature" map below is beyond shocking. Each darkening color shade represents a temperature departure of 3-4 degrees or more toward hot or cold (depending on the corresponding shade). This NOAA map clearly reveals the incredibly extreme impacts of ongoing climate intervention operations. The western and northern regions of the US are being subjected to directed flows of atmospheric moisture from the Pacific. This moisture is then being continuously seeded by climate engineering chemical ice nucleation operations. The result is an extremely cold dense layer of air that sinks to the Earth's surface, often along with accompanying frozen forms of precipitation. In the South and East, record warm temperatures are widespread under ionosphere heater induced domes of high pressure which the weather-makers use to direct upper level wind and moisture currents. Welcome to a world of weather warfare.

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

30 Responses to Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, December 25, 2021, #333

  1. Lord Fremeth lll of Chemland says:

    Anything said against a false narrative is now considered a major health crisis. The ones who destroy project that destruction on the victims. Everything is weaponized. Every war is a bankers war in every chem trail.

  2. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    You Now Have a Shorter Attention Span Than a Goldfish | Time

    The average attention span for the notoriously ill-focused goldfish is nine seconds, but according to a new study from Microsoft Corp., people now generally lose concentration after eight seconds, highlighting the affects of an increasingly digitalized lifestyle on the brain.

    Researchers in Canada surveyed 2,000 participants and studied the brain activity of 112 others using electroencephalograms (EEGs). Microsoft found that since the year 2000 (or about when the mobile revolution began) the average attention span dropped from 12 seconds to eight seconds.

    Heavy multi-screeners find it difficult to filter out irrelevant stimuli — they’re more easily distracted by multiple streams of media,” the report read.

    https://time.com/3858309/attention-spans-goldfish/

  3. Cathie says:

    I live in Northern Maine and just checked local weather on WAGM TV, they are stating " Unknown Precipitation" for today?? I was out earlier and it felt like rain….temps are 25 degrees. Sky is a total whiteout!   This morning I watched a little of the "forecast" live and the weatherboy stated he had to crunch the numbers because he was confused about what to expect.

  4. Lance says:

    Here in South Lake Tahoe at lake level we've had about 6 feet of snow total.  Snow levels at higher elevations around the lake are probably double that.  Snow drifts due to the high winds are even higher.  Roads are getting cleared of snow and hwy's are being opened up again.  Good thing considering that when I took a neighbor to one of the local markets up here she said there were a lot of empty shelves and coolers.  No eggs, milk, very little cheese and meat was in short supply.  Going to get a little storm coming through Wed, but supposed to get another big storm next week.  Atmospheric river with this storm will bring in a huge amount of rain and snow.  Gonna be rough up here in the mountains, but so far we've survived.     

    • Lance says:

      Update on the forecast for SLT (South Lake Tahoe).  Not going to snow as much as predicted earlier.  Some snow on Jan 3rd and 4th.  Moderate snow late on the 5th and 6th with chance for ice storm.  More snow on the 8th.  Yesterday, Dec. 31, at about 4 pm had a little ice pellet storm come over from the N and drop about an inch of BB size ice nucleated pellets.  Started seeing the ice pellets in storms a couple years ago and they have become more frequent.  Very cold this morning at 8 F.  Messing with the weather has consequences, many that are unforeseen and unseen!

  5. Joseph says:

    67 degrees in Alaska? Climate change continues to topple temperature records.

    On Sunday, the temperature in Kodiak, Alaska, hit 67 degrees Fahrenheit, setting a December record-high for a state that has become used to them as climate change continues to rewrite history. 

    The temperature readings in Kodiak did not merely edge out some previous record by a degree or two; the 65 degrees reported at the airport was 20 degrees higher than the previous high temperature record of 45 degrees set on Dec. 26, 1984, the National Weather Service reported. 

     

    According to the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration, Alaska is warming faster than any other U.S. state and twice as quickly as the global average since the middle of the 20th century. 

     

    67 degrees in Alaska? Climate change continues to topple temperature records (yahoo.com)

  6. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    COVID Antiviral Pills Cause Life-Threatening Reactions With Many Common Meds
    Dec. 28, 2021

    Last week, the FDA authorized two much-hyped antiviral treatments for COVID (just in time for Christmas): Merck's Molnupiravir and Pfizer's Paxlovid.
    Almost immediately after the first data were released, critics were questioning the drugs' safety profile. But now that the first courses of these "miracle" drugs are finding their way into patients' bloodstreams, the mainstream media apparently now feels it's safe to share some of these criticisms with the public.
    To wit, NBC News reports that these medications will require "careful monitoring" by prescribing doctors. This could create problems and make doctors more reluctant to prescribe the meds as the omicron-driven winter wave "pummels" America's supposedly creaking health-care system.
    As the omicron surge pummels a pandemic-weary nation, the first antiviral pills for Covid-19 promise desperately needed protection for people at risk of severe disease. However, many people prescribed Pfizer’s or Merck’s new medications will require careful monitoring by doctors and pharmacists, and the antivirals may not be safe for everyone, experts caution.
    As a reminder, the FDA only authorized Paxlovid – the Pfizer drug – to treat "mild to moderate" COVID in people as young as 12 who have underlying conditions that raise the risk of hospitalization and death.
    Unfortunately, both Pfizer's and Merck's drugs come with some serious drawbacks, the biggest being that they can cause life-threatening reactions with widely used medications like statins – taken by people with high blood pressure – blood thinners, and even some antidepressants.
    What's more, the FDA doesn't recommend Paxlovid for people who have severe liver and kidney disease.
    The Merck drug hasn't even been approved because the experts are worried about potential side effects. Because of this, the FDA has restricted its use to adults, and only in scenarios in which other authorized treatments, including monoclonal antibodies produced by Regeneron and others, are inaccessible or are not "clinically appropriate."
    Here's a more detailed explanation of how the Pfizer drug works, and why it might be hazardous for some (courtesy of NBC News):

    The Paxlovid cocktail consists of two tablets of the antiviral nirmatrelvir and one tablet of ritonavir, a drug that has long been used as what is known as a boosting agent in HIV regimens. Ritonavir suppresses a key liver enzyme called CYP3A, which metabolizes many medications, including nirmatrelvir. In the case of Paxlovid treatment, ritonavir slows the body’s breakdown of the active antiviral and helps it remain at a therapeutic level for longer.

    The boosting effect was likely to have been crucial in driving Paxlovid’s high effectiveness in clinical trials.
    When Paxlovid is paired with other medications that are also metabolized by the CYP3A enzyme, the chief worry is that the ritonavir component may boost the co-administered drugs to toxic levels.
    One expert chimed in to warn that these interactions involving Paxlovid are "not trivial".
    "Some of these potential interactions are not trivial, and some pairings have to be avoided altogether," said Peter Anderson, a professor of pharmaceutical sciences at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. "Some are probably easily managed. But some we’re going to have to be very careful about."
    Supplies of Paxlovid and Molnupiravir are scarce – for now, at least. But the production line is roaring and the two competitors say they hope to produce millions of courses of each medication during the coming year.
    We have a question: if a patient dies from an interaction involving a COVID antiviral and their blood pressure medication, would that still be counted as a COVID death?

    https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/covid-antiviral-pills-cause-life-threatening-reactions-many-common-meds

     

  7. Lance says:

    Snow removal began late last night in South Lake Tahoe.  Guess they were waiting until it stopped snowing so heavily which it did.  Still spitting light snow this morning though.  A record was set for the month of December for the amount of snow that fell in the last 2 weeks.  194.7 inches and we're supposed to get even more through Wednesday this week!  For those who don't believe that a well organized community of scientists, many of them American's, have not been involved in engineering ways to control the weather on this planet, plus engineer a whole lot more, Google the words "Climate Shield". 

  8. Lance says:

    Woke up at 4 am to check the snow level here in South Lake Tahoe.  About 15 inches fell overnight and it was still snowing heavily.  At about 7:15 went out to shovel snow off the front steps and walkway.  About 6 more inches had fallen and it was still snowing heavily.  Time now is 1:10 PM and its snowing lightly.  Sky has lightened up too.  Based on what I'm seeing the normal snow plow activity that comes with these winter storms here is not normal this time.  Why, I'm not sure, but the roads are not being kept as open as they normally would be on a work day.  But, hey, we're all living in a "new normal" now so maybe this is why?          

  9. Lance says:

    Woke up to another 18 inches of snow at 4 am this morning in South Lake Tahoe.  Another 10 inches has fallen up to this posting. Supposed to turn to light snow showers after 4 pm, but that remains to be seen.  Main highways into/out of Lake Tahoe region are all closed at this time.  Lots of people without power in the Truckee area north of Lake Tahoe, 1000's according to reports.      

  10. chris says:

    Another great video,  how long can they keep manipulating the weather until something bad happens when they can no longer continue the madness

  11. Lance says:

    Based on the updated computer models of the weather over the next two weeks the Sierra' Mountains and the Lake Tahoe region could get nearly 200 more inches of snow!  This is on top of what's already fallen.  The temperatures are to remain quite cold for that whole time which means there will be little to no snow melt.  Noticed some aerosol operations ongoing out over the Pacific way off the W coast.  More toxic crap headed our way and there's nothing we can do to stop this because its being done arbitrarily, just like a lot of other scientific and technological things that are happening at an accelerated rate of "change"!  It's not good no matter what anyone says or thinks!     

    • Jeannette Ragsdale says:

      I saw the chemtrail activity going on for three days straight including nightfall on the eastern side of the Sierras form South Reno before the winter storm hit the Sierra Mountains. There is constant chemtrail activity in the skies here. When I try to tell others, they still all think it is airplane contrails. It is insane what the evil powers to be are doing – completely insane. 

  12. Lance says:

    Latest weather update for South Lake Tahoe.  Now snowing non-stop with wind gusting 25 to 30 mph.  Let up for a bit earlier.  Cleared some pathways using snow shovel, then got out the snow blower.  Cleared four of the neighbors driveways plus my own driveway.  Took about 2 hours.  Still near 20 F, but not as windy as earlier.  Forecast calls for 1 to 2 feet more snow overnight.  Supposed to stop around 10 AM tomorrow.  Snow blower and dump trucks came through and cleared one lane, but that's it.  Very few vehicles out and about in our area.  Power outages happening in other areas along I-80 and Hwy 50.  Our power has stayed on in our area though.  Hope it stays that way.    

  13. Dennie says:

    From http://www.govtech.com, Mobile Driver's Licenses coming, for an "improved government experience…"  

     

    The COVID-19 pandemic has provided momentum for all things digital and remote. For instance, in health care it led to the rapid adoption of telehealth, which had struggled for years to gain widespread acceptance.

    In motor vehicle regulation, the pandemic accelerated what has been a gradual transition to serving customers remotely. “The evolution of mobile driver’s licenses and the recognition of being able to do transactions without exchanging a physical document certainly fits within that,” said Ian Grossman, vice president of member services and public affairs for the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA). “Being able to empower customers to have a credential that they can use in a transaction where they’re not passing back and forth a physical document has been further accelerated by the pandemic.”

    Arizona rolled out its mobile driver’s license (mDL) app in March 2021. Eric Jorgensen, director of Arizona’s Department of Transportation, is leading his state’s nascent mDL initiative. He wants to make clear, however, that the state has its sights set on something much bigger.

    “I actually hate the term ‘mDL’ because it doesn’t recognize the power of what we’re doing here,” he said. Arizona calls its app AZ Mobile ID. “The whole concept is that we’re providing a way to remotely authenticate a person, to provide a trusted digital identity that doesn’t exist today. Once we provide that, we’re opening doors to enhanced government services. Also, the government can play a key role in facilitating commerce, providing a better citizen experience and providing for the security of that citizen — that goes way beyond what a driver’s license is about.”

    A 2020 white paper by an industry consortium called the Secure Technology Alliance highlights some of the reasons states are intrigued by mobile IDs, described as a “new way of cryptographically verifying identity.”

    “The person who holds the mDL controls what information is shared and with whom,” the report noted. “In addition, mDLs support more efficient and secure transactions. For in-person transactions, electronic authentication can give the mDL verifier confidence in the presented ID without requiring specialized knowledge of the hundreds of card design and security features applicable to the driver’s licenses (and their variants) that are issued by 56 states and territories. The mDL can also eventually be used to increase security for online purchases and interactions.”

    https://www.govtech.com/products/mobile-drivers-licenses-pave-the-way-for-unified-digital-ids

    We're just not quite clear on who gets the "improved government experience," the controller or the controlled– you decide 😉

  14. Lance says:

    Winter storm update for South Lake Tahoe and right around our mobile home.  Wind is gusting up to 40 mph!  Its creating whiteout conditions and snow drifts about 5 to 6 ft. deep.  Roads are impassable at the present time.  Temp has dropped to below 20 F.  Went outside to clear a path out the front door and the back door in case of fire.  Can't stay out in the wind more than about 15 minutes because wind chill is about -20!  Supposed to let up some around 10 AM but kick back up at around 4 PM.  This, in my opinion, is life threatening weather!  All roads into and out of the Lake Tahoe region are closed too!    

    • Earth Angel says:

      Praying for your safety Lance, and all those in your area. I truly hope the power stays on. If not I hope you and your neighbors have fireplaces or woodstoves with dry wood stored somewhere. God help the wildlife still there. How can they survive such brutal & abnormal temp. changes? Such cruelty & disregard for life. It's truly hard to fathom for anyone with a heart and conscience. Stay well friend.

  15. Lance says:

    Regarding the engineered weather here in the area where I live in South Lake Tahoe, it has been snowing continuously since about 9:30 am on the 25th of December.  About 2 feet of snow on the ground now as of this posting.  Power in the local area around where we live remains on.  Don't know about any other locations farther away.  Impossible to travel anywhere at the moment.  Much colder than yesterday as an Artic cold front has moved south from Alaska.  Temp right now is 21 F.  Avalanche warning for the Sierra Mountains now in effect.  There's a cannon located just W of Meyer's along Hwy 50 that is used to cause avalanches so that its safe to drive up Meyer's grade, which is much more dangerous now due to the catastrophic Caldor Fire.  Snow plows are used to clear the snow that ends up on the road after they use the cannon to cause the avalanches.  Very dangerous!  Hope the power stays on.  I'll be out as soon as its light to clear the snow from driveways, but there's no way anyone is going to get anywhere until the big snow blowers and snow removal trucks clear the 2 plus feet of snow/ice from the roads.  Whiteout conditions off and on.  Couldn't see across the street a couple times yesterday for this reason.  Not supposed to stop snowing until late Monday!  Unreal and unnatural!       

  16. Gary Morrow says:

    Christmas was a heavy spray day here in South Carolina. The same thing happened this past Thanksgiving. THEY don't take holidays. What sort of a person goes out in the morning and sprays the air with foul poison and then comes home to Thanksgiving dinner with his family? 

  17. Paul Davis says:

       Boston Field Report:… last week in the 50s 60s; headed to the 70s. this past week…jet sprayers, white-ish skies and the rain-cold-snow-ice events…I grew up in the Midwest in the 70s 80s and this cold/snow is very different….a hard, biting cold…just like the dry ice that I have worked with in labs…a very biting cold… a layer of ice on everything..And the timing, right on time for all travellers coming into Boston for their white Xmas….   Very bad indeed…….  a wolf in sheep's clothing….-  Much appreciation for the work you are doing.-Paul

  18. Flint says:

    My dear brother Dane, your a boy scout for sure. I've been listening to your broadcast for years. I believe you, and I've been warning everyone who would listen that we are out of time. Most don't want to hear it, and I understand why. It's my belief as an honest to God Christian,  that what we are witnessing is the end of the age. I'm a prepper, so to speak,  but I have no illusions of surviving the "apocalypse ". This is unfortunately a war that we cannot win.  I say that with a heavy heart,  being a Marine. This world , as it is, is not our home. Sin has destroyed the complex beauty that the Lord designed it to be. I know for a fact that you in your love of the intricately woven fabric of nature believe in a Higher Power. How could you not? That being said,  I emplore you to speak more about the Creator and eternal life in your programs. If just a few of the things that you discuss occur, fighting to save this current "civilization " will be irrelevant. The next life is the most pressing agenda at hand. I appreciate all of your hard work and dedication to this subject,  I always have. But I  simply don't believe that this world can be "saved ". Not enough people are willing to give their last breath to make it happen. So with all due respect,  I  wish you'd speak a bit about Heaven and the way to get there. When you stand before the Lord,  as we all will do, I want you to here, " well done,  good and faithful servant " it's what I long to hear. That's why I keep warning people and being what the Word says is a " Watchman. "

    This being Christmas,  I just thought I'd write you a letter and encourage you to keep going.  Your definitely making a difference,  every week. 

    You often say that it's not a this or circumstance , but it's a this AND that circumstance . I believe part of that is the Bible,  and the book of Revelation. By all means,  keep up the good work,  but perhaps you yourself need to wrap your mind around the idea that this all ends in utter tragedy, and that the best thing we can do is prepare to meet God on good terms. 

    Merry Christmas my brother,  stay the course, and may the Lord bless your family. 

    P.S. Who can say what could happen if everyone knew the truth?!! I'm not gonna stop telling it and I know that you won't either. God has relented before of the destruction He was planning for a place. Nineveh is a great example. 👍 

    • Che Mical MacHine says:

      bless you Flint, good sir, right on point. be well, repent in Christ, walk with the holy spirit and know God.
      thank you too Dane!

    • Flint says:

      I just wanted to clarify what I meant when I said we cannot win this war. There's a moment in the movie the Hobbit , The Return of the King, near the end , when one of the soldiers made the comment to King Thaodin  that they couldn't beat the armies of Mordor.

      Thaodin replied, " no we cannot,  but we will meet them in battle just the same ". 

      We will meet them in battle just the same. In the end , Truth and Light will overcome the darkness.  If I live God will be with me, but if I die I'll be with Him. In essence,  we win either WAY. 

      We must not give in to fear, hate, or apathy. If God be with us,  then who can be against us? I  have read the end of the Book, and we ultimately triumph over the evil in this present age.

      We were all born for such a time as this. As Dane  says,  we are the ones we've been waiting for!!!

      SEMPER FIDELIS,  BROTHERS AND SISTERS. Be relentless and never give up!!!! 

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  20. O2O3 says:

    Hello Dane and the people of geoenginerringwatch,

    Thanks a lot for this extended and very powerful & interesting broadcast.

    I wish good health, courage, strength to everyone here for the coming difficult year ahead. As Dane rightfully says, "we are not yet beaten". As long as we are still standing, other people can join the movement to stop the destruction of life and the authoritarianism of the ruling class. It seems to me that the darkening horizon (even with the huge propaganda to hide it) is making more and more around us trying to understand what's happening and why.

  21. Keith says:

    Thank you to all of your team for being very specific. For many do not realize, it's not only what we have done , it's also what we have not done , that condemns us, again, thank you and to your team for the exhortations to do that which is right, regardless of personal cost. God bless you and Merry Christmas. Thank you again. 

  22. Pierre says:

    Thank you Dane. 

    You briefly mentioned the China Transplant crime ongoing. This is genocide in the thousands, killing their own people for organs for the elite worldwide. Look up "David Kilgour – China Transplant Crime" still available on YT. 

  23. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    130+ Groups to Wall Street: Water Is Not a Commodity

    More than 130 civil society groups this week demanded federal regulators shut down the Chicago Mercantile Exchange's water futures market, warning Wall Street against commodifying what has been treated since ancient history as "a common right for everyone.”
    Warning Wall Street against commodifying what has been treated since ancient history as “a common right for everyone,” more than 130 civil society groups this week demanded that federal regulators shut down the Chicago Mercantile Exchange’s water futures market.
    Food & Water Watch organized the petition, which was sent to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), a year after the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) opened the world’s first market for water futures contracts, based on water rights in drought-plagued California.
    “Water index futures trades are contrary to the public interest as they involve the trade of an essential resource,” wrote the groups, which also included Public Citizen, For Love of Water (FLOW), the Center for Biological Diversity, and the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP).
    The organizations argued that the CME’s water futures market — which the exchange self-certified before its launch, assuring the CFTC that it met the requirements of the commission’s regulations — undermines California state law and violates the CFTC’s own trading restrictions.
    “Water is necessary and essential for life and is simply not a commodity,” said Zach Corrigan, senior attorney for Food & Water Watch. “The commission should reject this shoe-horn attempt to drive investor profit under a federal law never meant to apply to a common public resource managed by the state for the public welfare.”
    In the water futures market, called the Nasdaq Veles California Water Index Futures, market participants are able to bet on the scarcity of water in California, where 37.3 million people are currently affected by drought conditions and where 2021 was the driest year in more than a century.
    Since the market opened in December 2020, participants have been able to bet on the state’s $1.1 billion spot water market, claiming quarterly contracts and placing bets on the price of 10 acre-feet of water.
    As the United Nations Office of the Hugh Commissioner on Human Rights explained when the market was launched:
    “The new water futures contract allows buyers and sellers to barter a fixed price for the delivery of a fixed quantity of water at a future date … As well as farmers, factories and utility companies looking to lock in prices, such a futures market could also lure speculators such as hedge funds and banks to bet on prices, repeating the speculative bubble of the food market in 2008.”
    The water futures market was permitted to launch thanks to the “radically deregulatory Commodity Futures Modernization Act of 2000,” said Dr. Steve Suppan, senior policy analyst at IATP, which “allows exchanges to self-certify that new futures contracts comply with CFTC rules and core regulatory principles.”
    Since the CME’s water futures market is “a new asset class,” Suppan said, the CFTC “must not allow self-certification.”
    According to the petition, “self-certification has meant that neither the commission nor its staff have in fact evaluated whether the futures contracts are susceptible to market manipulation.
    The CFTC strictly prohibits the trade of futures that are “readily susceptible to manipulation of the price of such contract,” noted the signatories.

    The groups also objected to the fact that futures contracts can be “freely traded on CME’s market, thus allowing investors to profit” — a violation of California’s “beneficial use” legal doctrine.
    Under state law, water entitlements cannot “be used solely for speculation, such as ‘to store water for monopoly.'”
    “Insofar as the trading in futures may lead to excess speculation and thus hoarding of the various entitlements that are [or] can be exchanged under state law, as demonstrated below, the futures market will aid and abet violations of state law — an outcome the commission should not permit,” the groups wrote in the petition.
    Liz Kirkwood, executive director of FLOW, said the CME’s commodification of water violates a “fundamental human right held in trust by the states for the public,” adding that water is “not something to be speculated on by profiteers.”
    “Free market advocates claim that markets create efficiency, but the outcome is usually dystopian and horrifying,” said John Aspray, an organizer with Food & Water Watch.
    “In this time of global-warming-induced drought in California, the last thing we need is to gamble on our precious water resources,” said Conner Everts, executive director of the Southern California Watershed Alliance, which also signed the letter.

    https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/wall-street-water-not-commodity/

    • Lance says:

      In case you don't know it, every thing is a commodity in the re- envisioned capitalist ecosystem, including humans and what humans know!  Even what exists in the metaverse that isn't even a physical thing, is a commodity!  Look it up!

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