The Legal Alliance Against Geoengineering has finally filed suite against the US government. It was back in July of 2016 that the LASG filed a “US 60-Day Notice of Legal Action”– giving notice to a number of named individuals that they were about to become defendants in a lawsuit aimed at stopping the illegal spraying taking place in our skies.
I put up a post about it at the time. It has taken this long to get a suit filed because the government has stonewalled a number of FOIA requests for information about the activities of NOAA and other government agencies in regard to weather modification programs–and the suit that has been filed seems to focus narrowly on the question of government violations of the FOIA rather than the more overall, comprehensive challenge to geoengineering that might have been hoped for. Yet still…it is a step in the right direction.
Among the evidence cited in the notice of legal action filed last year is the information that the California Water Quality Control Board made a very strange, almost inexplicable decision back in the year 2002. It is alleged that in that year the state agency decided, “without any rationale,” to stop testing for aluminum in California waters. Aluminum is known to cause Alzheimer’s. Why would a state agency, tasked with safeguarding public health, make a decision to stop testing drinking water for it?
As I commented in last year’s post:
Most of us tend to be one-issue people. That is to say that whatever our pet issue is–whether it be the Palestine/Israel conflict, our own government’s support for terrorists in Syria, or the mounting global tensions between NATO and Russia–we tend to stay focused largely on that issue, to the exclusion of much else.
But the spraying of toxic particulate matter in the skies over our heads is an issue that effects every single living creature on this planet. Who is behind it (aside from the issue of what branches of government are carrying it out) and what their ultimate motives are are not completely clear, but…there are aerosol spray clouds in the sky where I live just about every day now, and I’m sure this is true in most other areas of the country. You don’t have to be a “conspiracy theorist” to see them, just a normally observant human being. Just because we have grown accustomed to seeing them does not mean that the motive behind them is benign. It isn’t.
You can click here to see the full law suit in PDF form. The file also includes correspondence between the LASG and Commerce Department officials. A report on the lawsuit has also been posted at GeoengineeringWatch.org .