By Dane Wigington
The critical effort to expose and halt climate engineering continues on countless fronts. In the state of Rhode Island, Representative Justin Price has courageously kept up his push to pass anti-geoengineering legislation. The latest draft of the Rhode Island legislation proposal was brought before the committee on “Environment and Natural Resources”.
Our lead attorney from the Legal Alliance To Stop Geoengineering (LASG), Julio Gomez, traveled to Rhode Island in order to speak in support of the proposed Rhode Island legislation. It is important to remember and consider that the primary purpose of any such attempt to pass legislation is to bring desperately needed attention to the critical climate engineering issue. The only chance such legislation has of progressing is if the legislation does not force the conclusion that geoengineering is already a reality. From a legal and legislative perspective, this point must be kept in mind. Though catastrophic climate engineering programs have been deployed for over 70 years, the process of effectively bringing this fact to light must be in a manner that does not kill the proposed anti-geoengineering legislation before it can even get started. An 18 minute audio below contains the testimony of RI representative Justin Price and LASG attorney Julio Gomez.
It is imperative for each and every one of us to continue with the critical effort of exposing the catastrophic climate engineering programs while there is still something left to salvage of our planet’s life support systems.
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