Retired FBI Chief Gunderson: Chemtrails must be stopped
Former FBI Chief, Ted L. Gunderson, makes a statement regarding the chemtrail “death dumps”, otherwise know as air crap, on January 12, 2011. Ted says the following:
“The death dumps, otherwise known as chemical trails, are being dropped and sprayed throughout the United States and England, Scotland, Ireland, and Northern Europe. I have personally seen them not only in the United States, but in Mexico and in Canada. Birds are dying around the world. Fish are dying by the hundreds of thousands around the world. This is genocide. This is poison. This is murder by the United Nations. (…)
LETTERS TO LEADERS CAMPAIGN 2012 – STOP CHEMTRAILS TODAY
Sylvain Henry (Hamilton,Ontario):
“I propose a new campaign to help us all reach our common goals: to have the sprayers admit their activities, to get them to explain why they are spraying us and to get them to stop spraying chemtrails.Since our mass action email campaign was an initiative that did get their attention and did get them to respond to us now I suggest we do it again but a little differently.We will re-use much of the letter that gave us some response (in 14 nations), we will improve it, then I will ask as many of us as posssible to read the letter aloud in a Youtube video, in your own Youtube channels. Perhaps the title of the our individual videos should be “Stop Chemtrails”.Take this letter template below as an opportunity to make it your own by adding your own magic to it and then videotaping yourself reading it. Read it with conviction. As a group we can make thousands of these videomessages and keep on sharing the videos till the pilots and leaders themselves see the wisdom of listening to us.”
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