Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, June 11, 2022, #357


Dane Wigington

Covert climate intervention operations are the crown jewel method of control for the military industrial complex. Ionosphere heater induced high pressure heat domes are baking parts of the Northern Hemisphere while chemical ice nucleation cloud seeding operations cool-down parts of the Southern Hemisphere. Climate intervention operations continue to wreak havoc on ecosystems and populations all over the world. The global controllers are now more desperate than ever before, what cards will they play next? 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 most sincere gratitude to Tom Keith and the young activist for their help with raising awareness on the dire issue of global climate engineering operations at the Freight House Farmers Market in Davenport, Iowa, on June 11, 2022.

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

23 Responses to Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, June 11, 2022, #357

  1. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    Here’s Why Americans See Prescription Drug Ads All Day Long
    Children’s Health Defense

    Television advertisements for prescription drugs are illegal in virtually every country on the planet — but not in the U.S., where 80 such ads air, on average, every hour on Americans’ televisions.
    Story at a glance:
        •    Research from healthcare advertising technology company DeepIntent revealed that 27% of people spoke to their doctor about a medical treatment after they learned about it from an ad.
        •    Earlier data found that “pharmaceutical ads can empower patients to take a more active role in researching treatments” and “advertising influences patients’ decision to follow through in taking drugs prescribed by their doctors.”
        •    The most common action that people take after viewing a drug ad is to conduct research, and this research becomes the most important factor in medication adherence — even more than the person’s own previous experience taking the drug.
        •    Marketers intend to use increasingly targeted ads via your smart TV, cellphone and desktop computer to increase drug sales even more.
        •    DeepIntent CEO Chris Paquette said in a news release, “We have evidence that more relevant advertising drives real results for our clients.”

    Television advertisements for prescription drugs are illegal in virtually every country on the planet — but not in the U.S., where 80 such ads air, on average, every hour on Americans’ televisions.

    “Ask your doctor,” the narrators tell viewers, urging them to bring up the latest name-brand drugs at their next physician’s visit.

    … By 2003, U.S. DTC advertising of prescription drugs had reached $3.2 billion. For comparison, it reached $6.58 billion in 2020, excluding social media.
    The profound way it influenced patients was recognized from the start, with critics stating that the ads led to over-prescribing of “unnecessary, expensive and potentially harmful medications.”
    By 2005, a randomized controlled trial had been published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) to determine the influence of patients’ requests for directly advertised drugs, in this case antidepressants.
    Patient actors visited physicians, describing symptoms of depression in half of the visits and in the other half stating “they were feeling down,” a description of an adjustment disorder that doesn’t typically require immediate drug treatment.


  2. Inspired to keep going says:

    Way to go Mr Keith!!!  I'm so inspired, thank you!!!

  3. Joseph says:

    Temperatures in the Barents Sea region are record high and may affect extreme weather in the US and Europe.

    New data recently published in the journal Scientific Reports has revealed extraordinary rates of global heating in the Arctic, up to seven times faster than the global average. The research is based on data from automatic weather stations on the islands of Svalbard and Franz Josef Land.

    The heating is happening in the North Barents Sea, and is suspected to trigger increases in extreme weather in North America, Europe and Asia. According to researchers the heating in the Barents sea region is an “early warning” of what could happen across the rest of the Arctic.
    Exceptional Warming Over the Barents Area (

  4. DrUke says:

    Something strange happened above the skies of Los Angeles…no chemtrails since June 11. Each day since, totally clear skies, as if the fleet has been grounded. This contrasts with the preceding weeks in which grids, circles, and lines have been criss-crossing the sky all day long. The clear skies are a relief…How can we make it stay this way? Or is there something more sinister about to happen?

    • Earth Angel says:

      A similar occurrence in our area over northern Georgia. Although still seeing some jets spraying very high up occasionally, only a small number of them and in recent weeks we have seen MANY more big puffy white cumulus clouds with nice blue sky backdrops to these more 'normal' cloud formations that were regularly seen in our youth. The sun still VERY hot though; and it appears the water in our above ground pool is evaporating more quickly than in previous years. If the atmosphere is filled with dessicant particulates that could certainly explain it. We've already had to refill it up twice to top it off and its only been opened up 5 or 6 weeks at best. Regards to all who visit here and thanks for your input.

    • Sunlight Germany says:

      I can report something similar about this beautiful blue and white sky. (At least from my region.) So I'm going back to June 11. Between 11 and 16 June there were 3 days when the sky was deep blue and "covered" by snow-white, powerful and contrasting cumulus clouds. I wish such a beautiful sky to every person who has been waiting (and hoping) for weeks or months. I know what it feels like to be crushed by a "cloud cover" for weeks or months. The last day of the beautiful sky was the 16th of June, but in the evening that changed. Within about 2 hours I did not recognize the sky. Certainly, it will be maintained to continue these "programs". At this moment, it is 4.10 a.m. CET, I hear the first bird singing, a blackbird, it is still almost dark. It is worthwhile for (everything) God-given to continue. Only now do I watch show 358. Special greetings to the young (courageous) person in the picture, (all)

  5. Malia says:
    This legislation calls out the issue in Rhode Island and aims to set precedent that permission must come from state level.
    Again, this is Rhode Island bill H7787 who knows what will come of it.
    I feel like it sets precedents that other states need to admit it, but also feel that states would be bent to the demands of forces much stronger than them even if legislation like this goes through.
    Still, it is a good talking point and I feel like legislators should be inundated with messages about this bill and why not every state has something similar.
    Getting thrashed by chem cool in OR. Gives me burning mouth and lungs, wheezing, and a cough, swimmy head. Wind blows in no particular direction looks like the trees are being tossed around a washing machine. After the chem cool rain the tips of the foliage droops in a foreign way. I noticed this on Himalayan blackberries at a river bank. Usually they grow out strong and skyward but the packs of buds bent limply, looked weighed down. Peonies. Arbor vitae. It's very weird. Finally have seen some bees. Some look ok but others look lethargic. Even house flies and ants look lethargic and odd, not following normal behavior and are far less than any other year in memory. Some good friend cherry trees in the neighborhood are not producing right and are beginning to grow fungus on leaves some leaves yellowing. Many rose bushes showing fungus. Many structures also growing mildew on the sides due this rain we have not had meaningful break from since September.

    • Robin says:

      Thanks for the Rhode Island link Malia.  I sent Dane's materials to my local legislative environmental committee of Minnesota in 2020 & took part in a zoom presentation, mentioning 'The Dimming'.  In the first paragraph of my letter to them, I included a link to a video of a 2017 discussion by the Rhode Island legislative committee to restrict climate engineering ops over Rhode Island.  Search 'Rhode Island' on this website and you will find video.

      I will get back to my local legislator and share your link also.  Thanks again!

  6. Lance says:

    Been awhile since posting anything here so I thought I would.  Been on the road for over 2 months now.  Been traveling in Oregon mostly, mainly on the coast.  That the weather is not normal is obvious.  Its been raining and stormy for all but a handful of days.  Had the awning on the trailer out on the coast one day in April and a freak windstorm blew in off the Pacific.  The wind ripped the fabric off the side of the RV.  Had I known it was going to be so windy I would not have had the awning extended!  Aerosol trails have been visible when the induced cloud cover was thin or not present over the Pacific Ocean.  Went inland and the weather wasn't much better.  The few days the sun wasn't being blocked the heat from the sun's rays felt hotter than normal.  Tried to sit out in the sun for a bit in one RV park in the Umpqua National Forest but couldn't sit there for more than a few minutes before it became too hot even though it was only 65 degrees!  Ozone layer degradation is real.  Fire damage from a few years ago in that forest is hard to imagine unless you see it for yourselves!  Went further inland and stayed in Bend for a week.  Cloudy and rainy most of the time.  Atmospheric rivers being diverted into the Pacific Northwest.  Flooding in some areas, roads being washed out, and some rockslides happening in mountain pass areas.  Am now staying near Mount Hood and its been cloudy, raining, and cool.  Forecast was for clearing on Wednesday this week, but its been changed to show more rain in the coming days all the way through the middle of June.  Weather is obviously not normal, but these days nothing is normal as renegade scientists and madmen, the wicked and the unrighteous, continue to engage in iniquity.

    • Malia says:

      Soggy and suffering in PDX area, OR. Please see reference above to the Rhode Island new legislation HB7787. Needs to happen in every state. But it only suggests entities ask states permission for atmosphere projects. Seems all too easy for the arm of individual states to be twisted by higher powers.
      I will be mailing this to my local reps. Strength in numbers.

  7. Jonathan says:

    Here is an idea. You can take the links to The Dimming or any of the global Alert news broadcast etcetera and the many other links available on this website and routinely send them to your local meteorologists. They will have to be the ones to block your email, in which case they have also acknowledged you.

  8. BoomerFred says:

    Always a concise, factual report esp. with so many becoming references to validate your findings along this tough road given you,

    Remembering when we moved back to Ventura, Ca from Las Vegas  around '06. noticed increased UV level readings high 10-12 for both cities. Then out of the blue Venturas' dropped but the searing heat did not.. This is far from a 'level  playing-field' They Cheat at Will !!

    One more thing, Texas has a 10 UV listed and it's already too hot to trot with such high triple digits here in mid June. Seems the strategy has been altered, sure to confuse. No SRM in skies, yet steady to gusts of furnace dry air torture our little garden patches. HAARP !!

    A hotter version of what was sensed in the aftermath of the five week Thomas wildfire. Irritating, artificial, mechanical from all directions at once. We went from pristine beauty to scorched avocado grove in 10 years. Nothing could/would grow anymore, fruit burned on the tree. It was so much fun to go direct garden to table for couple years. Dead before we burned, no porcelain or magnesium wheels found. 

    Main point is to, once again, agree there is no place to hide, and to see if there are others in Hill Country to converse with ? We always have materials aboard and feel very good after we ask a few  questions to see if the subject 'really wants to know why'   Then a ripple is added to yours and we just met another ally. All for now, good to see V.Susan here again. May Peace be With You All

  9. Jonathan says:

    A few thoughts to share:

    – wildlife and birds very hungry, also being affected by the geoengineers' onslaught against Life, so be kind to them and help them as you are able

    – even on a small scale, gardening is a useful skill and will build up self confidence

    – setting aside extra pet food and nonperishable food and water is wise

    – quinoa, still available organic, has all the essential amino acids your body cannot make

    – in eastern NC it is absolutely BONE DRY and with high humidity 

    – I drove across the Neuse River in Kinston the other day… Important source of water for several communities… I estimated it was 6-10 feet low, just a trickle

    – sporadic clouds here with RARE RAIN… even then just a few drops then it's over… like Dane says, nanoparticles bind to water molecules and prevent their coalescing into drops large enough to fall = less rain despite warming temps… so dry here the plants are drying out, grass crunches under one's feet… planted tomatoes today, and I am reasonably good at gardening… even in shade some of them already look dead from the intense heat

    – consider sending to the website the odd picture from your locale to offer… the website _may_ be able to post some of them to display for Dane's audience to help wake those unfamiliar with this to see how weather engineering is affecting the Earth

    – nearly constant sound of jets overhead, night and day

    – we have to be prepared for possible apathy when we share info with others… I am noticing many people withdrawing and becoming less interested in the outside world…. they are still a part of this world… I've noticed many people I know more or less shutting down and withdrawing from Society… they are even harder to reach now


    Onward and forward…

    • Avira says:

      When you mention the wildlife. I live on the west coast of Scotland and we have had grey skies for almost the entirety of May and June. Any time there are blue skies out come the planes in abundance and turn the sky milky (I think they go at it with bigger planes through the night or at lower altitudes because often the following day it is freezing and grey & misty) plus the next week or so it will be back to flat grey skies. It feels like February temperatures here right now. 

      The wildlife part about this is that I am seeing dead bees all over the place. Not sure if it's the unnatural cold or the junk they are spraying that's causing it but every time I'm out or walking the dog I always see a bunch of bees dead on the ground or dying. I've seen this all up and down the coast so it's not specific to one area. 

  10. penny waters says:

    look to the plants around you – there is your survival – get to know them – if used as medicine then can be eaten as food – food and medicine/medicine and food

    do not depend upon the system (whatever system it is) cos its breaking down and people are blindly thrashing about

    use the old books and holmes and grieve – look to the indigenous – they may help

    help others – how to help the blind thrashing is hard – i am the enemy!

  11. Jonathan says:

    Thank you Dane.

    "If one is bound, none are free."

  12. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    Social Security: Whistling Past The $96 Trillion Graveyard | ZeroHedge

    “The program’s payouts have exceeded revenue since 2010, but the recent past is nowhere near as grim as the future. According to the latest annual report by Social Security’s trustees, the gap between promised benefits and future payroll tax revenue has reached a staggering $59.8 trillion. That gap is $6.8 trillion larger than it was just one year earlier. The biggest driver of that move wasn’t Covid-19, but rather a lowering of expected fertility over the coming decades.” – Stark Realities

    The $96 Trillion Graveyard

    “Politicians promised you benefits, but never funded them. That’s according to, which noted that there’s $96.3 trillion owed in promised but unfunded Medicare and Social Security benefits — $55.1 trillion for Medicare and $41.2 trillion for Social Security.

    While Uncle Sam has $5.9 trillion in assets, the $129 trillion owed in bills — including military and civilian retirement benefits — means the U.S. is in the hole for $123 trillion. Just the unfunded liabilities in Medicare and Social Security add up to $96 trillion.

    It is a stunning amount coming due over the next 75 years. The Treasury Department sticks its proverbial head in the sand and does not even list the liabilities on the balance sheet of the federal government.” – – Adam Andrzejewski

    Let that soak in for a minute.

    According to the Social Security Trustees’ annual report (pdf), the Social Security program will be insolvent in 13 years by 2035. At present, the program cannot guarantee full benefits to current retirees. The Social Security Old-Age & Survivors Insurance (OASI) trust fund will deplete its reserves by 2034.

    • brent papon says:

      Great to have you back…

      I recently read its @ 50 million people collecting 90 billion annually.

      It's one of my favorite oxy morons.

      Social security.

      It is neither social nor secure.

      Some o my other favorites are…

      French Resistance, English Common Law and The United States.

    • V. Susan Ferguson says:

      Thank you, brent!  🙂

  13. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    As the Great Salt Lake dries up, Utah faces an ‘environmental nuclear bomb’ – Strange Sounds

    If the Great Salt Lake, which has already shrunk by two-thirds, continues to dry up, here’s what’s in store:
        •The lake’s flies and brine shrimp would die off — scientists warn it could start as soon as this summer — threatening the 10 million migratory birds that stop at the lake annually to feed on the tiny creatures.
        •Ski conditions at the resorts above Salt Lake City, a vital source of revenue, would deteriorate.
        •The lucrative extraction of magnesium and other minerals from the lake could stop.
        •Most alarming, the air surrounding Salt Lake City would occasionally turn poisonous. The lake bed contains high levels of arsenic and as more of it becomes exposed, wind storms carry that arsenic into the lungs of nearby residents, who make up three-quarters of Utah’s population.

  14. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    47% of New Drugs Come With Price Tag of $150,000 or More, Prompting Calls for Congress to Rein in Big Pharma

    Children's Health Defense

    Research published Wednesday in JAMA estimates close to half of all new brand-name prescription drugs launched in the U.S. in 2020 and 2021 came with an original price tag of at least $150,000 a year.

    Research published Wednesday in the medical journal JAMA estimates that close to half of all new brand-name prescription drugs launched in the U.S. in 2020 and 2021 came with an original price tag of at least $150,000 a year, a finding that sparked fresh calls for Congress to rein in the pharmaceutical industry’s virtually unchecked power to drive up costs.

    Authored by researchers with the Program on Regulation, Therapeutics and Law at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, the new analysis finds that “from 2008 to 2021, launch prices for new drugs increased exponentially by 20% per year.”

    “In 2020-2021, 47% of new drugs were initially priced above $150,000 per year,” the researchers wrote. “The trend in prices for new drugs outpaces growth in prices for other healthcare services.”

    The study also shows that median launch prices of prescription drugs soared from $2,115 per year in 2008 to a staggering $180,007 in 2021.

    “Unbelievable,” Nancy LeaMond, chief advocacy and engagement officer for the AARP, tweeted in response to the figures.

    The authors of the new analysis stress that prescription medicine prices are rising so quickly in the U.S. because profit-seeking drug manufacturers are permitted to “freely set prices after approval,” resulting in far higher costs than those seen in Canada, Germany, France and other wealthy nations.

  15. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    Judge Greenlights Lawsuit Alleging Heavy Metals in Baby Food Linked to Autism, ADHD

    Children's Health Defense
    A lawsuit alleging baby food manufacturers knew their products contained high levels of heavy metals will advance to trial after a California judge ruled the science behind the plaintiffs’ claims is sound.
    A lawsuit alleging baby food manufacturers knew their products contained high levels of heavy metals will advance to trial.

    Judge Amy D. Hogue for the Superior Court of the State of California on May 24 ruled the plaintiffs’ experts used sound scientific evidence to argue that heavy metals found in certain baby foods can cause autism spectrum disorder (“autism”) and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children.

    The ruling stems from a lawsuit filed in September 2021 by the parents of Noah Cantabrana, now 8 years old, alleging Noah developed autism and ADHD after consuming significant amounts of baby foods from companies named in the suit.

    Those companies are: Beech-Nut Nutrition Company; Gerber Products Company; Hain Celestial Group, Inc. (Earth’s Best Organic); Nurture, Inc. (Happy Family Organics and Happy Baby); Plum, PMC (Plum Organics); Sprout Foods, Inc. (Sprout Organic Food); and Walmart – Parent’s Choice.

    The Cantabranas’ case is the first personal injury lawsuit related to heavy metals in baby foods in California, and the first case of its kind in the U.S. to proceed to trial.

  16. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    "The Summer Of Starvation": Soaring Fertilizer Prices Unleash Chaos, Hunger Worldwide
    by Tyler Durden/Zero Hedge
    Thursday, Jun 09, 2022

    One of the most pernicious consequences – if primarily for the anti-Russia west – resulting from the Ukraine war, has been the unprecedented spike in fertilizer prices which among other things, has sparked a historic surge in food prices and collapse in supply chains around the globe, as we discussed in these articles published over the past few months:

        •    Fertilizer Prices Hit Record Highs, May Pressure Food Inflation Even Higher
        •    "Fertilizer Is Out Of Control" – US Farmers Ditch Corn For Soy To Save On Costs
        •    Poop-Boom: Manure Supplies Tighten As Fertilizer Prices Soar
        •    World's Largest Fertilizer Company Warns Crop Nutrient Disruptions Through 2023

    Fast forwarding to today, when we have some good, some bad and some pretty terrible news. The good news it that fertilizer prices have eased modestly from all time highs, as the following chart of Tampa Ammonia CFR spot prices shows.

    The bad news is that the the price hasn't dropped nearly enough: according to Bloomberg, the glut of fertilizers piling up at the biggest Brazilian ports signals that the price of the nutrients has to drop further before farmers start buying.

    In Paranagua, private warehouses reached their maximum storage capacity of 3.5 million tons, Luiz Teixeira da Silva, Paranagua’s operations director told Bloomberg. A terminal operated by VLI Logistics, one of the two at Santos port that store fertilizers, is also full, according to people with knowledge of the matter who asked not to be named as the information isn’t public.

    That's a problem because the agriculture-heavy country and food-source for half the globe, imports nearly 85% of its fertilizer and Russia is the main origin. As supplies have normalized, prices have declined over the past weeks, but farmers still aren’t buying. They are waiting for further price cuts, according to Marina Cavalcante, an analyst at Bloomberg’s Green Markets.

    full report:

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