Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, July 9, 2022, #361


Dane Wigington

California redwoods in flames, Australia under water, crops failing all over the world, it's just getting started. Earth's rapidly deteriorating ozone layer is finally coming to light in new reports as the impacts of extreme UV radiation become too hard to hide. Will the majority of the masses continue to ignore and deny this near term existential threat? Record drought and deluge scenarios continue to take their toll on crop production all over the world. How soon till food shelves empty out? The climate engineers continue to cut off precipitation from much of the western US. Las Vegas is so desperate to keep the water flowing that they drilled a 1.5 billion dollar tunnel under the deepest part of the lake in order to drain the last drop. Does Vegas now serve as an example of the human race trying to survive on a rapidly dying planet? 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.

How far will cities like Las Vegas go to keep business as usual till the last possible moment? The six minute video report below exposes the 1.5 billion dollar mega tunnel under Lake Mead designed to drain the last drop.

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43 Responses to Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, July 9, 2022, #361

  1. Toni Geren says:

    I watched Dane tonight on Couple of things he talked about caught my attention.  The Ozone layer and the hot sun.  Just this week was working in my garden.  temps were in the low 80's but the sun was literally burning my skin.  Even my jeans got so hot they were burning my skin.  Also talked about the insects.  Every year I plant what i call my "bee garden" across one end of my vegetable garden and also some flowers spread here and there. Also lots of milkweed. This year I saw my first bee just tonight. Have only seen a few butterflies and have yet to see a worm while digging in the dirt.  My soil this year is full of clods that don't break up and develops this hard crust after every rain…which have been sparce.  Have had whole rows not germinate and my tomatoes bloom and bloom but don't produce anything.  Never have I seen a year this weird in trying to raise some food.  I can't imagine what the farmers are going thru.  

    • david says:

      Would recommend building a green house.  Can do this fairly inexpensively with interlocking PVC pipes for a frame.  Can them cover with plastic to keep tainted  rain out.  The frame can double as a sprinkler system depending on how you design it using threaded female ends for hose connections and drilling rows of very small holes in over head pipes of the frame etc.  There are many variations to this but this is the general concept.  

  2. Mark S. says:

    It has been above, at or near 100 degrees here in Boise, Idaho for over a week straight now.  The 'normal' temperature is about 92 degrees.  It cools down 40 degrees from the high temps into the 60's at night, a 40 degree swing!  Our humidity is really low, 10 to 15 percent.  When you walk outside into the heat it feels like you are being cooked.  What happened to summer cool downs?  Apparently, due to geoengineering, they are gone forever.  

  3. Lance says:

    Still staying near Blaine, WA.  Have been riding my bike a lot to save money and get some exercise.  On these bike rides I've seen lots of dead trees, mostly coniferous types, especially along Birch Bay.  Some deciduous trees in the mix as well.  Lots of big coniferous trees showing signs they are dying.  Whole stands of trees completely dead, devoid of needles or leaves.  Not saying there aren't a lot of trees that look okay, but they're stressed.  Limbs are hanging down with scant growth on many of them.  Just depends on where one looks, or if anyone cares to look.  Most people are in la-la land, immersed in the fake realities that are readily available online.  Not me.

  4. Robert says:

    Chris Hedges latest column, "War With Iran." So another war on the horizon as planned. The trouble is they'll need another 911 type event to initiate it. Thanks Dane and company, as always

  5. Amy says:


    I hope you are well and your home isn't under immediate threat from the latest, Peter Fire. Im keeping a close eye on all these fires and since they don't want the public to find out about anything too soon, I've been using to watch air traffic in and around these new events. Its been crazy especially around Redding  when replaying the 24 hours around the ignition of the Peter fire. That app will let you replay up to 7 days of flight traffic for free in any area so its been useful regarding these fires. Im concerned for Redding though. Its no stretch of the imagination to think something like the Camp fire could repeat in your area. Check out the app if you haven't already, and stay safe. It looks like the forests are getting harvested and the fires are more of a distraction and a way to "destroy the evidence", from all the logging equipment and other methods they use to steal our resources.

  6. brent papon says:

    one of my professors in college was a native quechuan speaker. cool choice on your daughters name. And thank you as always.

    The air quality and heat have been brutal in NE Ohio.

    Peace and love bro

    And I am very proud of you

  7. Andrew Shaw says:

    Hello Dane, I thinking all the forewarning about Zombies is because as the Ozone layers depletes to the point no one can go out during the day, we'll all be Zombies, only coming out at night.

  8. Stuart says:


    Air and SSTs along the coast of California remain below normal.  Ocean Upwelling induced by Geoengineering ops most likely causing cold water. Strong winds blowing across various offshore areas all winter/ spring have brought cold, nutrient rich water to the surface.

    Schools of anchovies have washed ashore SF Bay area.  Blue whales feeding along coastal Orange County.  Offshore Bodega Bay coldest water in 10 yrs.

    Geoengineers trying to prevent another Ocean Heat Wave?  Good Luck.

    • Larry says:

       I live in the Appalachian mountains and the birds here have literally started chirping at night and now we have 2-3 minute extreme thunderstorms. Storms here should last for hours. We used to have blizzards almost every winter and tons of rain in the summer. Now there is barely enough to keep the grass alive. And birds here should start singing exactly at 5 o'clock A.M not 2 A.M at night. Even the barometric pressure is going nuts. It should drop before rain starts and there are other telltale signs that old mountain men passed through the generations. Now it's impossible to predict rain. It all started a year or 2 ago give or take. I only noticed the planes lately. There used to be nearly no air traffic over my community but now it's like a bustling city in the sky.

    • Earth Angel says:

      And recently, one of our local meteorological script readers while describing the weekly forecast actually said something to the effect of :  "and that's the plan" or "the plan is.."  THEY KNOW.

  9. Dennie says:


    The IDIOTS in charge of ruining running the countries on this planet haven't got a clue.  What they're really doing is wrecking everything as fast as they possibly can in order to– what?– avert disaster?  That's kinda like saying that we have to kill the patient to end his symptoms, thereby "saving" him…  This is TOTAL insanity:  Burn down all the boreal and tropical forests and anything else that can burn to create enough smoke to cool the planet?  Nuke volcanoes to make them explode so they'll create more smoke, to cool the planet?  How's about a limited nuclear war, hey, we can get enough smoke outta that one with all the nukes we've got stockpiled all around the planet! And now we'll have bubbles!  Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead:

    • Robin says:

      Ahh, what clever wording using dark humor.  Brilliant Dennie!!  I'll use these exact phrases- ending with total insanity  for a short wrap.  Then, when I get the nod/snicker of agreement, I'll follow up with 'smoke up the planet' reality to introduce 'climate engineering/weather warfare' to others, as circumstances permit.  Will keep you posted.

  10. Dennie says:

    I think it would be absolutely HILARIOUS if "someone" were to take a small plane and dump GW leaflets all over

    1. 701 First Avenue in Sunnyvale, CA (Yahoo),

    2. 1600 Amphitheater Parkway in Mountain View, CA (Google), 

    3. 1355 Market Street, San Francisco, CA (Twitter)

    4. 1 Hacker Way, Menlo Park, CA (Facebook/Instagram)

    Wouldn't that be hilarious!  A-HAAAH HAAAH HAA HAA HAAAAAH!

  11. Joseph says:


    Climate-Intensified Yosemite Fire Threatens Hundreds of Ancient Sequoias

    "We can only expect as we get later in the summer, that the fires will get bigger," one expert recently warned.


    There are currently 61 active conflagrations raging in eight states, including 48 in Alaska, where nearly two million acres have been torched in recent weeks. So far in 2022, more than 35,200 wildfires have burned nearly 4.7 million acres, which "continues to be well above average for both wildfires and acres burned," the NIFC said.


    Climate-Intensified Yosemite Fire Threatens Hundreds of Ancient Sequoias (

  12. Lance says:

    As the world continues to heat up how long will it be until people realize there's nothing they can do to stop what's coming, which by the way was foretold would come?

  13. Laura says:

    Recently I went to Central America to look into moving into a cottage in a small off grid community. I brought my residency application papers with me and delivered them to the government  office  in person. Along with the application papers I included one of the  booklets, because sharing this information  is a part of who I am, and in reviewing my papers to approve the residency application, they'll need to review the booklet, too.

  14. TNGEOWATCH says:

    Dane, Would you consider this ozone dilema a critical link in the chain you have been antisipating to break in 2022?

    • Dane Wigington says:

      Hello, TNGEOWATCH, the short answer to your question is, yes. This being said, a functional collapse of Earth’s ozone layer is not an immediate death sentance, but it puts the wheels into overdrive. No food, no plankton, must stay sheltered, not a sustainable reality. And it is always important to remember and consider that the controlers will certainly play bigger and bigger cards as all unfolds. Lets keep banging the drums, every day counts.

  15. A Friend says:


    A media leak of essentially a 30-year cover-up of knowledge of an equatorial ozone hole…

    Perhaps it was an effort on someone's part to get a fragment of truth out to the public. Obviously, the controllers dud not want that leaked. An inside person on our side?

    My heart tells me, "Yes."

    We do indeed have friends, both seen and unseen.

    Be encouraged; press forward.

  16. Orwell Luxley says:


    You are a Warrior of Light and Truth! Your tireless fight against this world destructive tyranny is nothing short of beautiful and inspirational. I religiously look forward to your weekly broadcast more than any other form of media, and I do my part to share links and spread the word. I agree with everything you say and cannot say the same for any other truth based journalist/media figure or activist. You are beyond based in indisputable facts and knowledge, and beyond on target and on point in all that you discuss.

    I personally have the greatest respect for you and think you are one of the finest American's and Human Being's of our age. You are the type of honorable and courageous Man that this world needs plenty more of, and I completely admire you. Your perseverance and deeply heart felt struggle against this most existential threat we all face, is second to none.

    God bless you and your Family. I too will also be joining you in this fight to my very last breath in exposing the NWO and the cabal's plan to destroy our planet and all life within in it. What do we have to lose? This is the hill worth dying on for ourselves, and more importantly our future generations and the entire web of planetary life. I eternally thank you from the bottom of my heart for all that you have taught me and so many countless others. God bless you Brother. We fight with Truth and Light to whatever end!

    Godspeed Dane!!!

  17. Vic says:

    Excellent reports Dane. 

    After mostly clear skys in the Tucson area this year (probably because January to May are relatively dry months anyway), the spraying has appeared to have started again, apparently mostly at night.

    It appears that this is an effort to keep the daytime temperatures down so we don't get the normal monsoon season rain.  Triple digit temperatures, ideally at least 103-105 F) are needed for the proper convection and creation of cumulous clouds and the afternoon rainstorms. And we need that moisture laden air from the Pacific Ocean via Mexico.

    So far we have had only one decent rain in our area in late June. I can see the natural clouds trying to form enough to rain both locally and in the distance, but mostly so far they have petered out before creating a good rainstorm.

    We'll see what the rest of the summer is like. Hopefully we'll get some nice hot temps that result in some really good rainstorms.

  18. PaPa says:

    "Few things are as destructive and limiting as a worldview that assumes people are mostly rational."     Thank you for the vital work you accomplish.  

  19. Lance says:

    Am staying near Blaine, WA for a couple weeks.  Big time aerosol ops going on over western WA overnight.  Aerosol tracks are easy to see on COD website.  Looking out the window of our RV this morning and I can see one of the aerosol trails overhead.  Sun's rays sting the skin when its not obscured by the high altitude aerosols and the artificial clouds.  Observed grid patterns in the clouds yesterday evening.  Even my wife noticed them!  Nanoparticles are everpresent in the atmosphere.  We breathe them in all the time.  Its the cause of many diseases in plants, animals and humans.

  20. Felton Davis says:

    According to Bronson Mack of SNWA, Las Vegas has long been diverting water into their aquifers and has an 8-year supply even if Lake Mead does not recover.  See "Is Green Las Vegas Gone Forever?  Living in Geologic Time: Will desertification overtake Nevada’s half-million-year history of wetlands?"  By Mary Caperton Morton, May 28, 2021  (

  21. Gary Morrow says:

    WOW !!! Another extremely powerful broadcast  If this doesn't wake up at least some people, I don't know what will.

  22. Lisa Ferguson says:

    Thank you for all you do. 

  23. Cat Terrell says:

    Your last posting in YouTube got pulled down. I'll watch it here, though.

  24. robert says:

    i heard there were or are green skys in south dakota? i think thats where is was? something to do with cern experiments? what is that and who is doing it? what good is it? what bad is it? good luck were gonna need it.

  25. Malia says:

    I was able to see the video before the glitch. Hope many will be able to see.

  26. Pierre says:

    What happened to the video?

  27. Joan Weber says:

    YouTube took down the video you just posted.

  28. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    Odessa water outage underscores Texas’ aging water infrastructure problem | The Texas Tribune

    Odessa city officials are still investigating what caused a massive water line break that left the city without water for 48 hours last month. But they’ve shared one important detail: The water line was about 60 years old.
    “Aging water systems are common throughout the country,” said Thomas Kerr, Odessa’s utilities director, during a press conference the day after the line broke. “It’s often difficult for municipalities to be able to afford to manage those systems as they age. That’s the situation we find ourselves in.”

    The water outage in Odessa exposed the city to a reality that happens all over Texas and the nation — water supply systems have become increasingly more vulnerable to disasters.

  29. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    UN Deletes Weird 'Satirical' Article Celebrating Benefits Of World Hunger After Backlash | ZeroHedge
    Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News,

    The United Nations was forced to delete a weird ‘satirical’ article which celebrated the ‘benefits’ of world hunger after an online backlash.
    Originally published in 2008, the article, titled ‘The Benefits of World Hunger’, was recently reposted to the UN’s Chronicle magazine.
    “We sometimes talk about hunger in the world as if it were a scourge that all of us want to see abolished,” wrote the author, Professor George Kent from the University of Hawaii.
    Kent added that hunger was actually, “A great positive value to many people. Indeed, it is fundamental to the working of the world’s economy. Hungry people are the most productive people, especially where there is a need for manual labour.”

    The article asserted that there was no incentive for the global elite to end world hunger, with Kent writing, “if there were no hunger in the world, who would plow the fields?… Who would clean our toilets?… For many of us, hunger is not a problem, but an asset.”
    The piece was deleted from the UN website after attracting negative attention from alternative media outlets.
    As we document in the video below, technocratic globalist green agenda policies are threatening to cause world hunger.
    Farmers in the Netherlands, which is one of the largest exporters of meat in the world, have been told they’ll have to comply with draconian nitrogen emissions cuts.
    This will force many of them to shut down their farms for good, risking the food security of hundreds of millions of people at a time when food inflation and a cost of living crisis is already in full swing.


  30. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    Big Tech Isn't Woke… It's Totalitarian | ZeroHedge

    …the days of “Don’t be evil” appear to have been left far behind. Big Tech platforms now routinely side with raw state and corporate power, showing a disregard bordering on outright disdain for the rights and welfare of the human beings whom their actions affect.

    The recent history of Big Tech is a history of repeated usurpations, all demonstrating as their direct object the establishment of an absolute tyranny over the people.
    Big Tech platforms openly disavow any role in abiding by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution, to which all American citizens owe a duty and to which any person who chooses to become an American citizen must swear an oath to uphold and defend. They censor centuries-old news organizations for publishing true, factual, and timely information.
    Big Tech platforms routinely censor the legal speech of citizens, concealing the rationale behind their decisions and applying their terms of service selectively, if at all. They mislead the public as to the scale and scope of this censorship, systematically silencing the most articulate voices on one side of any given debate unbeknownst to the vast majority of the public.
    Big Tech platforms openly collude with governments to suppress the speech of their own people, while overtly abusing the legal system and paying massive settlements to conceal the evidence of their collusion. They craft the false illusion of consensus on political issues of their own choosing, a power unprecedented in our democracy and historically held only by the most despotic regimes, promising in every instance to wield it for good, but falling short every time.

    • Lance says:

      Ever play the game of Monopoly?  This is the capitalists economic ideology.  Re-envisioned capitalism is the ideology of those involved in the 4th industrial revolution.  Its all about tapping the genius of the beast that resides in the subconscious minds of human beings!   

  31. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    EU parliament backs labeling gas and nuclear investments as green

     European Union.
        •     Lawmakers back ‘green’ EU investment label for the fuels
        •    Likely to become law unless super-majority of states veto
        •    Gas, nuclear rules have split EU countries and lawmakers
        •    Luxembourg, Austria to challenge law in court
    BRUSSELS, July 6 (Reuters) – The European Parliament on Wednesday backed EU rules labeling investments in gas and nuclear power plants as climate-friendly, throwing out an attempt to block the law that has exposed deep rifts between countries over how to fight climate change.
    The vote paves the way for the European Union proposal to pass into law, unless 20 of the bloc’s 27 member states decide to oppose the move, which is seen as very unlikely.
    The new rules will add gas and nuclear power plants to the EU “taxonomy” rulebook from 2023, enabling investors to label and market investments in them as green.
    Out of 639 lawmakers present, 328 opposed a motion that sought to block the EU gas and nuclear proposals.


  32. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    "Social Peace Is In Great Danger": Germany Is Quietly Shutting Down As Energy Crunch Paralyzes Economy

    … With electricity prices hitting never before seen levels, gas importers and utilities are fighting for survival while consumer bills are going through the roof, with some warning of rising friction (not to mention the infamous wheelbarrows full of cash).
    “The situation is more than dramatic,” said Axel Gedaschko, head of the federation of German housing enterprises GdW. “Germany’s social peace is in great danger.”
    Unfortunately, as tensions over Russia’s war in Ukraine escalate, officials fear the situation could get worse. On Monday, as we reported last week, Russia is shutting down its main pipeline to Germany, Nord Stream 1, for 10 days of scheduled maintenance. Many in Berlin fear it will never reopen.
    Commenting on the infamous July 22 day when Russian gas flows are expected to resume, DB's Jim Reid writes that "while we all spend most of our market time thinking about the Fed and a recession, I suspect what happens to Russian gas in H2 is potentially an even bigger story. Of course by July 22nd parts may have be found and the supply might start to normalise. Anyone who tells you they know what is going to happen here is guessing but as minimum it should be a huge focal point for everyone in markets."
    The bank also conveniently warns that "if the gas shutoff is not resolved in coming weeks this would lead to a broadening out of energy disruption with material upfront effects on economic growth, and of course much higher inflation."
    Anticipating the worst case outcome, Germany last month took a crucial step towards rationing gas when economy minister Robert Habeck activated the second stage of the country’s gas emergency plan. “The situation on the gas market is tense and unfortunately we can’t guarantee that it will not get worse,” he said on Tuesday. “We have to be prepared for the situation to become critical.”
    Habeck, who says he is now taking shorter showers, has appealed to the population to save energy — and municipalities and property owners have heeded the call.
    As we reported this morning, Vonovia, the country’s largest residential landlord, said it would be lowering the temperature of its tenants’ gas central heating to 17C between 11pm and 6am. It said the measure would save 8 per cent in heating costs.
    A housing association in the Saxon town of Dippoldiswalde, near the Czech border, went a step further this week, saying it was rationing the supply of hot water to tenants. From now on they can only take hot showers between 4am-8am, 11am-1pm and 5pm-9pm.
    “As we announced in our general meeting, we have to save for the winter,” a notice in the affected blocks reads.
    Such measures could become routine in the coming weeks. Helmut Dedy, head of the German Association of Towns and Cities, said the “whole of society” must now cut down on its energy consumption, saving in summer “so we have warm flats in winter”.

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