Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, June 3, 2023, #408


Dane Wigington

"Seven of the nine thresholds that allow for human life on Earth have already been crossed", a breaking headline this week. Global biodiversity loss has also been declared "significantly more alarming than previously suspected". A new headline addressing the state of the ozone layer admits that "surface UV radiation continues to rise". As dire as these headlines may sound, what's actually unfolding, is even worse. With total environmental collapse looming on the near term horizon, matrix media is still pushing climate engineering as a potential "silver bullet" that could save us from ourselves. After over 75 years of ongoing and expanding weather warfare it could not be more clear, climate engineering isn't saving us, it is ensuring our collective demise. The latest installment of Global Alert News is below.

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11 Responses to Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, June 3, 2023, #408

  1. Eileen A. says:

    Dane, First of all, thank you for providing much needed information. Your work is helping so many of us understand what is happening to our environment. 

    I have been watching the spraying for years. It was interesting to see how it changed with the presidents. Recently, I have noticed that they will go on an intensive spraying schedule for a week, then nothing for the next week, and so on. Mid May of this year, Mother's Day, to be exact, they were spraying like crazy.  I noticed a huge rainbow/chemical halo around the sun. Within a couple of hours, all the the spraying had amassed into a huge blob with a defined straight edge. It was massive and thick. Within a couple of hours, it had drifted away and was no longer visible. (I suppose this is the "new and improved" spraying, most likely designed to cause even more harm. The straight edge is very creepy and ominous.). Then, after it drifted away, the sky was clear again. I have seen this spraying style twice this year. I live in the country and I am outdoors a lot, so I keep informal track of the spraying. Our weather here is becoming erratic due to the chemical attacks in the sky. This is our growing season, and the weather is very strange and inconsistent. This spraying has been going on for years. It's a wonder any of us are around to talk about it. It breaks my heart to see such a beautiful planet destroyed from every possible angle by out of control, completely insane interests. Madness, all. 

     We haven't had appreciable rain in over three weeks. I live in hay country and the farmers are getting nervous about this year's yield. Just wondering if anyone has any information on those chemical sun halos and those straight edged clouds. Thank you very much for the work you do on everyone's behalf. 

  2. Robert says:

    I saw three whooping cranes fly over me yesterday, only 800 in existence after near extinction. It made my day. Sometimes it the little things that give me a lift in this insane world.

  3. David Williams says:

    I took a flashlight and looked up in the dark sky. In the light of the flashlight, there were small ashlike partlcles floating down, Just a few seconds and there were about 25 particles. Steady, just kept coming down. Not even spraying here today

  4. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    NEARLY HALF OF ALL AMERICANS NOW HAVE A CHRONIC DISEASE / Authored by Autumn Spredemann via The Epoch Times

    It can strike at any time and at any age. When someone develops a chronic disease, it can cause debilitating, life-altering changes that penetrate every aspect of daily life.

    The prevalence of these conditions has surged over the past decade, creating a twofold health care and economic crisis affecting nearly half of Americans. By 2030, the number of U.S. residents struggling with at least one chronic illness is expected to surpass 170 million.
    That’s more than half of the entire country, for perspective.
    The expanding elderly population and adults aren’t the only age groups seeing an uptick. More than 40 percent of children and adolescents currently have at least one chronic illness, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
    There’s also a tremendous cost burden. The spectrum of chronic diseases comprises a disproportionately large segment of U.S. health care costs. Of the nation’s $4.1 trillion annual health care expenditures, chronic diseases account for 90 percent.
    That’s more than $3 trillion dollars of annual direct costs alone.
    At an individual level, the price tag doesn’t look any better. Estimates for the treatment and management of chronic conditions—on average—tally more than $6,000 annually per patient.
    Some chronic disease specialists and health practitioners say that figure is spot on, depending on the condition.

    Beyond the Numbers
    “For example, if you have type 2 diabetes, you are often checking in with your provider every three months. Four visits a year, times $300 a visit, plus the amount spent for medications per month … quickly adds up,” nurse practitioner Lola MacLean told The Epoch Times.
    MacLean has worked in family and internal medicine for the past five years. In that time, she’s noticed a spike in the number of patients suffering from chronic conditions walk through the door.
    “I have seen an uptick in chronic conditions, especially those related to metabolic disorders, [like] type 2 diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression,” she said.
    Many chronic diseases require specialist care for management. Providers in these fields have also witnessed a surge in patients.
    “Indeed, I have noticed an uptick in the number of patients with chronic diseases, particularly those with respiratory diseases such as asthma and COPD [Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease],” John Landry told The Epoch Times.
    Landry is a licensed, registered respiratory therapist and founder of the education platform Respiratory Therapy Zone. He noted chronic respiratory diseases often require expensive medications, frequent doctor visits, and hospitalizations.
    “I find the estimate of $6,000 USD for the annual cost of treating chronic diseases to be plausible … This doesn’t even take into account indirect costs such as time off work for the patient and their caregivers.”
    … certain illnesses may not stem directly from unhealthy life choices, they’re made significantly worse by them. Diseases like diabetes, certain cancers, inflammatory conditions, and asthma are all under this umbrella.

  5. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    VSF: As of 2020 in the USA, there are 25,257,138 people living with asthma. There is no known cure for asthma — a disease that affects the lungs making it difficult to breathe. Asthma is a condition in which your airways narrow and swell and may produce extra mucus.

    For some people, asthma signs and symptoms flare up in certain situations:
        •Exercise-induced asthma, which may be worse when the air is cold and dry
        •Occupational asthma, triggered by workplace irritants such as chemical fumes, gases or dust
        •Allergy-induced asthma, triggered by airborne substances, such as pollen, mold spores, cockroach waste, or particles of skin and dried saliva shed by pets (pet dander)

    No real research has been done on the cause of asthma. Some blame air pollution. Perhaps the nano-particles we are breathing are contributing or the microplastics that have been found in the lungs.

    Stats Here:

  6. Jackie Pollock says:

    Everything will magically turn out okay – normalcy bias or is it just simply laziness, apathy, or is it so many chaos events coming at us all at once that many of us are like deer in a frozen state staring at the oncoming headlights. 

    It is clearer as each week goes by how much trouble we will have to face. Time is speeding up as the damaging  effects are building up to the point there is nothing that can be denied any more. But still most will not see. 

    Thank you Dane for your brave work and reporting.




  7. Annie Jansen says:

    What can one individual such as myself do? They spray us like cockroaches, yet people walk around like mummies. I can taste the chemicals in my mouth. The satellite says bright sunny skies, yet the sky is white from chemicals. The chemtrails were excessive yesterday, thus the white skies. We have yet another "air quality" alert. Please, what can one person like myself do? This is pure insanity. 

    • Dane Wigington says:

      Hello, Annie, thank you for courage in facing this battle with us. No matter how dark the horizon, we can yet make a difference if we face the storm head on.

  8. Devasura says:

    Mr. Wigington, UVC (220-280nm) levels steady grow over Poland.

    Now is around 11microWatts/cm2 between 10am-3pm (from 8-9 microWatts/cm2 on May and June 2022AD). Every single "sunny" (white-ish, dimmed) day.

    And the soil slowly turns into dust – dried and baked – regardless quite abundant rains every week. It's worse than last year. 

  9. Stan Sylvester says:

    South Dakota farmers are in the crosshairs of the the climate change promoters. Summit Carbon Solutions is  claiming eminate domain for a carbon capture pipelne that will run through about 80 farms.

    This magical piece of technology will trap CO2 emitted from ethanol plants and pipe it to "remote locations" underground in order to help save Mother Earth.

    Not surprisingly the government is paying them $50/ton for all carbon. Another company, Navigator has already tapped into $750 million for 15 million tons of carbon that they say they will be transporting. 

    Jerod Bosley, a 4th generation farmer was recently served a restraining order by surveyors of Summit. They feared for their life as Jerod wielded a gun as they showed up unannounced on his land.The surveyors actually looked into his house while he worked miles away. His wife was home recovering from gall bladder surgery. She called  Jerod and the rest is history. Much has changed in 4 generations of the Bosley farm in South Dakota.

    Psalm 37:1.2

    "Fret not thyself because of evildoers, neither be thou envious of them that work unrighteousness,

    For they shall soon be cut down like the grass and wither as the green herb."

    Someday day there will be justice. In the meantime we march on shoulder to shoulder with Dane fighting to stop the attack on the earth's life support systems. 


    • Randyl J says:

      Happy to see Many Aware New Comments Growing. And Thank You Stan ~ Soothing Psalm needed today! Randyl J blessed to be here since 2018.

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