From the December 1999 Idaho Observer:
Contrails Over Las Vegas
If I had any doubt that there was such a thing as "chemtrails" and that they were poisoning the public, it was removed after returning from our recent road trip to Las Vegas to host the Committee for Local Media seminar.
Upon our return from the town that never sleeps, my email "in" box had an unsolicited message from somebody on a list with a report from December 4, 1999. The email report stated that on the Las Vegas Channel 8 evening news that every emergency room in the area was overcrowded with people suffering from upper respiratory infections. The story was rather in-depth for a TV news segment -- a little over a minute long.
The anonymous Las Vegas resident stated that he has witnessed many chemtrails over Las Vegas over the last month and that many others have also witnessed the phenomenon.
Chemtrails are similar in appearance to condensation trails left by airplanes. The difference is that while contrails are composed of water vapor that dissipates rapidly, chemtrails linger longer and spread out over time to eventually cover the sky with a thin haze. It has been reported that "chemtrails" contain ethylene dibromide -- a substance that has been an additive to gasoline and airplane fuels as well as a banned pesticide. Ethylene dibromide has been linked to kidney and liver damage and is an immunosuppressive and a lung irritant.
The news story was eerily consistent with what we experienced in our travels through Nevada with our eventual arrival in Las Vegas. Myself, my wife Ingri and Hari Heath entered Nevada in the early morning of December 2. We traveled south all day long through the sparsely populated Nevada high country of Interstate 93. Having seen contrails in the skies above north Idaho almost daily since last spring, we were habitually looking up as we drove toward Las Vegas. We had noticed that the sparsely populated areas in Nevada had brilliantly clear blue skies and that occasional airplanes left vapor trails that dissipated normally. But as soon as we neared Las Vegas, the skies directly above the city recorded a smoky brownish gray grid pattern of airplane traffic. We watched what appeared to be a military C-135 Transport spraying something over the populated areas over Las Vegas and then shut off whatever was being sprayed. When the plane was no longer directly over Las Vegas, it continued flying leaving a vapor trail that dissipated normally.
Two days later the Channel 8 report was asking people to refrain from calling 911 unless it was an absolute emergency because dispatchers were already being overworked. The news team then assured area residents that everything was okay and that it is normal for residents to experience upper respiratory distress when the weather turns cold.
It was windy with winds gusting 20-30 mph with high temperatures in the mid 50s, lows in the mid 40s. I do not care what the Channel 8 News people say, it is not "normal" for otherwise healthy people to experience epidemic upper respiratory infections when the weather turns cold.
It has also been reported in Kootenai County that the area is experiencing an epidemic of upper respiratory illnesses that doctors are unable to treat effectively.
Note: Last year north Idaho naturopaths determined that the upper respiratory infections that would drag on for months were not viral or bacterial but were fungal. They found great success in treating the illnesses with anti-fungal herbs such as black walnut in conjunction with blood purifiers such as yarrow and garlic. ~DWH
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