Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, December 5, 2020, #278


Dane Wigington

While ever increasing weather disasters take their toll on populations and crop yields, a new wave of CV-19 lockdowns are being implemented in many parts of the world. How many are still clinging to the belief that everything will soon “get back to normal”? How many still choose to believe that governments will fix everything? Societal collapse was unfolding and accelerating long before the CV-19 scenario was thrust upon the world, geoengineering / weather warfare operations are a core component in the equation. CV-19 is the power structure's response to looming climate and environmental collapse. What do the controllers have in store for us now? The latest installment of Global Alert News is below.

All are needed in the critical battle to wake populations to what is unfolding on numerous fronts, 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 has conducted our first ever high altitude particulate testing. Film footage of the flight and lab testing processes are featured in “The Dimming”, a groundbreaking documentary that is currently in production. This documentary film will provide answers and proof of the ongoing climate engineering / weather warfare operations. Below is a new 12+ minute insight segment on the upcoming film.

17 Responses to Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, December 5, 2020, #278

  1. Raymond says:

    Not sure what's really happening here in north Texas. But there have only been about 25 aerosol trails sprayed in our skies, over the last three weeks. usually that number would be closer to 500 to 1,000. Especially over the last ten years, where the closer we get to Christmas day, the more intense the spraying becomes.

    Yet, when you shine a bright light up into the sky at night… it looks like a white laser beam, because there is so much sprayed aerosol particulate matter settling down to the ground. That is extremely baffling as there appears to be much more aerosol particulates. Even though the spraying by planes have decreased dramatically.

    Have they finally found a way to incorporate stealth technology into SRM Geoengineering operations, or possibly flying new fleets of modified planes so high up into the stratospheric that the planes and trails aren't even visible any more?

    All I know is that just as Brent Papon has stated… the lack of oxygen is making me and everyone here, light headed, groggy and sleepy… all the time. Same with pets, livestock and wildlife. They are all laying down and sleeping for about 10-16 hours a day now and lack the energy to even play or hunt. Just 6-8 weeks ago it was the polar opposite!

    Can't stop yawning no matter how hard I try and I've never experienced that before. Anyone else out there going through these same anomalies? Traffic accident fatalities have risen dramatically too and the majority appear to be from drivers falling asleep at the wheel. With over half of them being truckers.

    Just maybe the wildfire apocalypse around the globe last year, is starting to take it's toll on the levels of oxygen in our atmosphere!

    • Mac says:

      You know, first part of your comment sort of tracks with what I thought, in I noticed same thing, especially over summer where sometimes seemed there wasn't much spraying, yet the haze would somehow creep, so white sky by end of day, when should be twilight.  I thought about it over a year or so, and figured they could plan for wind, so possible they spray high as you mention, and away maybe twenty miles where you don't see lines, then the haze drifts over. Since it's nano size could drift so slow could easily carry twenty or thirty miles. May be wrong, just my take. Agree with your other points in your post, much to think about.You know Raymond, first part of your comment is something I thought about a lot long time ago.  Your guesses sort of track with what I thought, in I noticed same thing, especially over summer where sometimes seemed there wasn't much spraying, yet the haze would somehow creep, so white sky by end of day, when should be twilight. As I thought over a year or so, figured they could plan for wind, so possible they spray high as you mention, and away maybe twenty miles where you don't see lines, then the haze drifts over. Since it's nano size could drift down so slow could easily carry twenty or thirty miles. May be wrong, just my take. Agree with your other points in your post, much to think about.

    • Raymond says:

      I think you're right Mac. Using my telescopes yesterday and this morning, I discovered heavy blanket coverage spraying near the Red River, along the northern boarder with Oklahoma and way out in west Texas. The jet stream and trade winds are evidently blowing those aerosol particulates right over my area by sunset and the colder air is keeping them suspended in the air longer. Making my nighttime light beam appear as a laser beam. Still seeing a dramatic drop in oxygen levels and even flying insects are barely crawling on the ground, as they haven't the energy to fly. The few birds that are left here are remaining perched (out of direct sunlight) too and rarely take flight.

      Everything here has drastically changed so much in five years and it feels like I am now living ON A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT PLANET!

  2. Brent Papon says:

    NE OHIO.

    The lack of oxygen is becoming obvious. In addition to aluminum brain , me and all around me are tired irritable and barely awake.


  3. Jack Folly says:

    Dal libro "Propaganda" di Edward Bernays il nipote di Sigmund Freud (1929) si legge: "Coloro che manipolano il meccanismo nascosto della società costituiscono un governo invisibile che è il vero potere che controlla.  Siamo governati, le nostre menti sono plasmate, i nostri gusti sono formati, le nostre idee sono quasi totalmente influenzate da uomini di cui non abbiamo mai sentito parlare.  Questo è il risultato logico del modo in cui è organizzata la nostra società democratica.  Un gran numero di esseri umani deve cooperare in questo modo se vogliamo vivere insieme come una società che funziona pacificamente. In quasi tutte le azioni della nostra vita, in politica, negli affari, nella nostra condotta sociale o nel nostro pensiero morale, siamo dominati da un numero relativamente piccolo di persone che comprendono i processi mentali e i modelli di comportamento delle masse.  Sono loro che tirano le corde che controllano la mente delle persone". Coloro che tengono questo meccanismo nelle loro mani costituiscono il vero potere esecutivo del paese. 

  4. Robin Christensen says:

     Dane's clear, personal & credible analysis of capitalism over the last few GAN episodes was very moving- as he always is.  Thank You Dane!!   I reflected on a favorite book on the topics linking the bible to extinction & the capitalist system (The Takers or hierarchical- [earth belongs to us] societies destroying the Leavers or tribal societies in which [we belong to earth]).  Leavers don't over consume the earth.  They leave behind what will sustain other people, other species.

     I dispute the author's conclusion that all prophets fail in the end, or his hints, that in ways- we would be better off without them.

    Daniel Quinn's award winning book 'Ishmael', has a 1992 copyright.  After two decades of struggling to publish a book, an idea to create a story about an ape (in captivity), voice for the web of life, to teach humans about their captivity, was the the recipe for finally breaking through publishing barriers to convey the message that cultural origin stories are a key factor as to why we face immanent extinction of this planet, God's Green Earth.

    In short what is culture?  It comes from origin stories about- 'The Meaning of the World', 'The Destiny of Man', & 'Divine Intentions of the Creator(s)'.  In the long view, Quinn looks back at the Genesis story with great skepticism.  A 'sorry' story that poses humans at war with nature, constantly imposing over the centuries- changing versions of "one right way to live," only to end up flawed & clueless as to how to move forward in peace.  Having stepped out of the Garden of Eden humans start deciding who dies & who lives, rather than leaving those decisions to the Gods (in charge of the forbidden tree of knowledge of good & evil, deciding life and death).

    For Cain to stop killing Abel, the question is 'How do you fill the void' with a positive life sustaining story?  The ape (Ishmael) telepathically communicates to the unnamed first person main character & reassures him that it doesn't mean going back to being a "hunter/gatherer lifestyle, ". . .  but to reach forward."   Ishmael shares two critical concepts, . . . 'if you really want to save the planet'.

     The main character protests, "What your saying is that someone has to stand up and become to the world of today what Saint Paul was to the Roman Empire."  Ishmael rebukes him "Lucky you.  You are absolved of any obligation." . . . "Ultimately, it would seem that you are no different from those who you profess to despise:  You just wanted something for yourself." . . .  "Is it really impossible in an age when a stand-up comic on television can reach more people in ten minutes than (Saint) Paul did in an entire lifetime? . . You're a writer aren't you?' . . You're an inventive people aren't you?"  Main character replies, "Yes".  Ishmael- "Then invent."  The concept here is, don't get overwhelmed.  Do what you can!

    Ishmael's final message about captivity was that unlike a criminal prison where inmates know justice is not present, in a a cultural prison (now in global entirety) that knowledge has been extremely hard to come by for  populations.  ". . .What is crucial to your survival as a race is not the redistribution of wealth within the prison, but rather the destruction of the prison itself."

    BTW  pg 272  The main character states, "Donald Trump can do a lot of things I can't, but he no more can get out of prison than I can (He's not the warden with the keys).  Again, 1992 copyright of this edition.

    I just stumbled upon an idea for my 'Blog Talk Radio' themed-  'Visible Secrets-Invisible Power'.  I've quoted/credited Dane many times.  I can select the closed/open caption option (cc) & 'enlarged view' option on his videos to assist accurate quotes and ease of reading (rather than notes).  Also, I can reveal this option when handing fact photo sheets to hearing impaired coworkers at post office hubs where I work.  Creative work beats stress!!

    Men connect your minds to hearts, then protect creation's arts.  Women of the web of life, liberate us from our strife.   All humans, connect your mind to your heart. You can protect creation's art."

    Thanks all for your enlightening contributions.  

  5. Dennie says:

    From IB Times, April 21, 2020:  Coronavirus:  COVID-19 Has Mutated to At Least 30 Different Strains, Study Reveals:  Kind of not-so-new news, but is anyone else talking about this? This article came out nearly 8 months ago, can't help but wonder how many more strains there must be by now.  

  6. Dennie says:

    America Needs a Good Pyschotherapist:  "This is not gonna be a best-seller, this is too grim."  What's wrong with Planet Earth?  Malignant Narcissism.  Clinical pyschologist Frank Yeomans explains what this is and why it will be the undoing of our species: 

    "What you have in malignant narcissism are people with this underlying, although not fully conscious, sense of their own inadequacy, inferiority, emptiness…their response is an aggressive one:  They envy anybody who has anything that looks valuable.  Perhaps the most central part of this is that the only satisfaction the malignant narcissist seems to get, since they live a life that's totally deprived of love, their satisfaction seems to be in triumph over others, defeating others and even making others suffer, so there's a sadistic quality to this.  The irony is that somebody, even a very successful person who has all the outward attributes of success in the world can envy somebody who just seems to have a meaningful life, because they don't have that, so they come into contact with an ordinary person and envy takes over and then they strike out one way or another.  They can be really destructive, this can happen in individuals, they can lead their life that way, others become victims of their grandiosity as it's played out in the need to triumph over others.  This can be treated in psychotherapy.  I am personally more concerned when this kind of pathology begins to get manifested at the societal level in groups. 

    People with malignant narcissism can become very powerful people because they offer false grandiose promises that are appealing to large masses of people who feel deprived, who are downtrodden and who need some hope to hold onto and don't see that it's all based on something that's extremely shaky and not realistic, and it's based on the vilification of an outside group and it leads to a cult-like mentality in which the malignant narcissist controls the group, has the group in his or her thrall and leads the whole mass, like lemmings over a cliff, where everything else eventually gets destroyed.  Let's think about Jim Jones and the cult that he organized around him in San Francisco.  He needed admiration, he had to be worshipped.  The government got onto his suspicious activities, he retreated to Guyana, created this world of which he was the center there,   government officials go to investigate– Does he respond in any way that would respect normal human decency?  No.  He would rather that all of his followers, as well as he, die, than have his fantasy, his grandiosity, questioned and taken away from him and that's an incredibly dangerous part of narcissism:  The individual's self esteem literally counts more than the rest of the world; they'll bring down anything if it means escaping from a humiliation; and if you don't see two things, you're in trouble:  If you don't see, number one, the disconnect with reality and if you don't see, number two, the aggression involved and the need to organize, not only in terms of a positive and inflated sense of self but a hated and depreciated outside group, then we're in trouble.  It's just an unbearably painful experience to see this repeated again and again in history.  One would hope that we could learn from history.  Unfortunately it seems like the world needs repeated reminders. I grew up in the post-war generation and when people said "never again," they really believed never again– It was too horrific to imagine "never again," but there seems to be sort of a dulling of that awareness and I fear we might need another "never again" moment… Interviewer:  "So what's the antidote to that?"  Further along in the interview, Yeomans goes into the human species' creation of and response to climate crisis as "an astonishing example of the narcissism of the individual… It is literally horrifying to have the knowledge that we have and not to be more active.  I think our Achilles' heel is our need for comfort, to have what's comfortable.  It makes me think of the kind of terrifying experiment where guinea pigs were put in a cage and they could tap and receive I think it was cocaine; they just kept getting immediate pleasure until they died.  They didn't take time out to go and eat.  So, I think that's perhaps a scary allegory for us to think about.  Are we as a people so interested in just feeling good in the moment that we're ignoring what the challenges are for us to survive as a human race… The problem is so massive that the way the population as a whole is responding is through group denial with the exception of the activists who are trying so hard to be heard but I think it's really too scary for people to think about, which is not a good situation for us to be in; things can be done.  When you think about it that way, you could think of certain leaders of industry as malignant narcissists, because, what is it– we learned recently that the coal industry knew about this decades ago, we've known for a long time the oil industry knew about this– what is it for people to be putting their own self-interest above the interest of the human race?  Sometimes I think narcissism will just be our undoing as a species." 

    Frank Yeomans is an expert clinician who makes use of Transference-Focused Psychotherapy in his practice treating NPD and BPD. He co-wrote the manual on TFP for Borderline Personality Disorder. 

  7. sea says:

    Here we go again- another article, December 6th, 2020 suggesting GEOENGINEERING is something that has been contemplated??? since the '60s???

    Lies, lies, lies- stand up and tell the truth if you can.

  8. David Rousseau says:

    Hello people… I'm living in the Yukon, Canada, and we have been impacted by the roller coaster weather for a month now! From cold ( -20c / 0f to +12c / 45f ) crazy wind storm when it warm up to snow storm when it get colder, temperatures warming up about 10 degrees during night time! Weird stuff! ( not so weird if you put geoengineering in the equation ) they been hammered in the small town of Haines Alaska with a big wet snow dump fallowed with 8 inch of rain on a 48 hours periods! No need to say that those weather conditions brought it's loads of damage, including a massive ( 600 feet wide ) mudslide that have cut a neighborhood in half. At the weather Chanel, they were talking about a "atmospheric river" never heard of that one!?! It looks man made to me, is anyone as more info about this "atmospheric river"?

    In are family unite here we will continue to spread the words, it hard, has you guys know, no body want to hear it, will gonna keep on doing it! 

    thank you Dane, we are walking on your side…

  9. f reps says:

    Not very long ago ; a very Literate and civilized Nation was brought to it's knees for a period of eighty years by a Group of Outsiders ; who pretended to be loyal to the Nation that they inhabited ; but  who actually were adherents to a Political and Social Movement  that feigned  to be an Old Testament Religion.  Their conduct in that Country which they "almost" destroyed belies  the teachings of any Religion  in the World.  Their "Bible"  is the Talmud.  The World's  difficulties today ;  Environmental , Social, Economic and Political can be traced directly to the ones who follow the Instructions in that  Book.    Read the book "Facts are Facts". by Benjamin Freedman to get a picture of the dangers we face,     Please donate to Dane's work,


    • Jonathan Oquinn says:

      Ah, yes…. And might i also suggest, The Bad War by M.S. King….

    • virginia says:

      Thank you, f reps.  The Freedman book should be read by anyone interested in 'knowing the facts.'  and why we are where we are in this chaotic and dangerous world.  Appreciate your post and much good luck to you.

  10. Gary Morrow says:

    Dane mentioned the book The New Pearl Harbor by David Ray Griffin. This book is currently available for free download on the internet. Hurry before THEY take it down.

  11. O2O3 says:

    Hello Dane and everyone!

    Thanks for this interesting broadcast. I noticed it is shorter than usual by approximately 10 min. Is your time on air reduced ?

    Best regards for everyone.

  12. Gene Maynard says:

    "The laws of nature are the laws of God, whose authority can be super ceded by no power on earth". George Mason, Author Virginia Declaration of Rights. When we allow the destruction of the Earth to go unchallenged we are complicit in that destruction. We are no doubt among those whom God referenced when He said He would destroy them who destroy the earth; Revelation 11:18

  13. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    Who are homeless veterans?
    The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) states that the nation’s homeless veterans are predominantly male, with roughly 9% being female. The majority are single; live in urban areas; and suffer from mental illness, alcohol and/or substance abuse, or co-occurring disorders. About 11% of the adult homeless population are veterans.
    Roughly 45% of all homeless veterans are African American or Hispanic, despite only accounting for 10.4% and 3.4% of the U.S. veteran population, respectively.
    Homeless veterans are younger on average than the total veteran population. Approximately 9% are between the ages of 18 and 30, and 41% are between the ages of 31 and 50. Conversely, only 5% of all veterans are between the ages of 18 and 30, and less than 23% are between 31 and 50.
    America’s homeless veterans have served in World War II, the Korean War, Cold War, Vietnam War, Grenada, Panama, Lebanon, Persian Gulf War, Afghanistan and Iraq (OEF/OIF), and the military’s anti-drug cultivation efforts in South America. Nearly half of homeless veterans served during the Vietnam era. Two-thirds served our country for at least three years, and one-third were stationed in a war zone.
    About 1.4 million other veterans, meanwhile, are considered at risk of homelessness due to poverty, lack of support networks, and dismal living conditions in overcrowded or substandard housing.
    How many homeless veterans are there?
    Although flawless counts are impossible to come by – the transient nature of homeless populations presents a major difficulty – the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) estimates that 40,056 veterans are homeless on any given night.
    Approximately 12,700 veterans of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF), Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and Operation New Dawn (OND) were homeless in 2010. The number of young homeless veterans is increasing, but only constitutes 8.8% of the overall homeless veteran population.
    Why are veterans homeless?
    In addition to the complex set of factors influencing all homelessness – extreme shortage of affordable housing, livable income and access to health care – a large number of displaced and at-risk veterans live with lingering effects of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and substance abuse, which are compounded by a lack of family and social support networks. Additionally, military occupations and training are not always transferable to the civilian workforce, placing some veterans at a disadvantage when competing for employment.
    A top priority for homeless veterans is secure, safe, clean housing that offers a supportive environment free of drugs and alcohol.
    Doesn’t VA take care of homeless veterans?
    To a certain extent, yes. Each year, VA’s specialized homelessness programs provide health care to almost 150,000 homeless veterans and other services to more than 112,000 veterans. Additionally, more than 40,000 homeless veterans receive compensation or pension benefits each month.
    Since 1987, VA’s programs for homeless veterans have emphasized collaboration with such community service providers to help expand services to more veterans in crisis. VA, using its own resources or in partnerships with others, has secured nearly 15,000 residential rehabilitative and transitional beds and more than 30,000 permanent beds for homeless veterans throughout the nation. These partnerships are credited with reducing the number of homeless veterans by 70% since 2005. More information about VA homeless programs and initiatives can be found here.

    In May 2007, the Bureau of Justice Statistics released a special report on incarcerated veterans. The following are highlights of the report, “Veterans in State and Federal Prison, 2004,” which assessed data based on personal interviews conducted in 2004:
    Numbers and profiles:
        •    There were an estimated 140,000 veterans held in state and federal prisons. State prisons held 127,500 of these veterans, and federal prisons held 12,500.
        •    Male veterans were half as likely as other men to be held in prison (630 prisoners per 100,000 veterans, compared to 1,390 prisoners per 100,000 non-veteran U.S. residents). This gap had been increasing since the 1980s.
        •    Veterans in both state and federal prison were almost exclusively male (99 percent).
        •    The median age (45) of veterans in state prison was 12 years older than that of non-veterans (33). Non-veteran inmates (55%) were nearly four times more likely than veterans (14%) to be under the age of 35.
        •    Veterans were much better educated than other prisoners. Nearly all veterans in state prison (91%) reported at least a high school diploma or GED, while an estimated 40% of non-veterans lacked either.

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