No chemtrails over Cuba?
October 22, 2010 11 Comments
Betty Hooper, the 90-year old Hikurangi resident, whose idea it was to start this Watch group, visited Cuba for a holiday in August and said she didn’t see any chemtrails in the Cuban skies. Likewise, it is apparent that Iran is not being chemtrailed either.
Well, how nice for her! But, really, is one holiday to Cuba really going to give you an authoritative overview of what’s going on in the Cuban skies? Maybe the weather wasn’t conducive to contrail formation. And there’s probably far less air traffic over Cuba than other, richer nations.
(And how does this relate to Iran? Why is it “apparent” that Iran is not being chemtrailed? Did Betty pop in there on her way back from the Caribbean? No explanation is forthcoming, although Clare does link to a nice video of American Rick Steve visiting Iran. I couldn’t see any chemtrails in the skies during the course of the video, so maybe that’s proof enough. Having said that, I watched an episode of UK show The Inbetweeners the other night, and didn’t see any contrails/chemtrails in that either.)
Anyway, a five minute browse through Flickr throws up these lovely images of the Cuban sky…
The sunrise photo is my favourite. Every time I see a beautiful sunrise/sunset photo now, I can’t help but think of this YouTube video, where self-professed cloud expert Liara points at what look like pretty normal (if not extremely picturesque) sunset photo, and proclaims:
…this is what they’re calling a cirrus cloud at sunset. I just about crapped my pants off!… I’ve never seen anything natural have this kind of a vibe.
Brilliant. They do the same sort of thing over at Pacific Chemtrail. It would seem any particularly vibrant orange/red sunset/sunrise is now automatically labelled as evidence of (non-natural) chemicals in the atmosphere (in the same way persistent contrails = chemtrails).
It makes you wonder what they’d make of Turner’s The Fighting Temerarie (painted in 1838). Without planes, just how did the Illuminati get all those chemicals into the air?
But, man, that Liara video really needs a post of its own…