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    Janus 2->1
    UK Column Annual Membership

    Wow, what a good start…

    Janus im gonna comeback to you. I have indeed read the comment, I am already there on that one, bare with, i will reply directly. any chance you could be a tad more straight forward with your point. I think it will benefit from clarification.

    Graham, questions to you ref your post.

    If the ruling elite having been doin it for eons and what we are seeing is the plan comming to fruition, what plan? why as they are already the elite? I keep comming back to this plan. plans are to attain goals, if the most powerful and rich peoples have been that way for ages, then what is the goal in going further and like now seriously risking dissent like never before witnessed.

    Do you believe in Jesus Christ and his sacrifice for our sins?

    Point taken (yet again!) – I’m sorry but my mind works the way it does and have had a few brushes with PTSD and stuff. I’ll try to be more direct if I can. I like to write very obtuse poetry/prose, some of which is “genius” some of it not fit for the bin.

    Yes I believe in Christs sacrifice for our sins, why not? I also believe that if we are transformed by the renewing of our MIND then we best MIND what we think about and having been on the streets doing outreach etc and seen what the reaction of the church was …..I couldnt give a fig for mainstream christianity. Jesus wasn’t Christ imo he became Jesus Christed. Christ in India is an interesting book by Bede Griffiths. I believe in Non Duality more than the literal Trinity.What a story They make up.
    If the Bible was all there was then what the hell do people think is in the Vatican Library other than maybe human sacrifices? Fr Vigano is impressive if you want to look at Catholic schisms.

    Its clear to me that Consciousness is Omnipotent, Omnipresent and Omniscient. God is a ‘mere’ concept to the mind and that Knowing God is by Being still. Like I once wrote : (I have to include the hyphens for obvious reasons)
    Be-ing
    Boing
    Do-ing

    What ever you do should be done consciously. God demands it, I think.
    I think therefore I am ——>>>>> I am therefore I think.
    and boy does it hurt in a world of Dullards.

    Forewarned is forearmed - Vishnu

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    #71684
    John Archer
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    I have written a further 6 times to my MP Andrew Griffith, who continues to ignore my questions. These individuals are there at our behest and they should damn well take heed. When judgement day comes, and it surely will, perhaps they should be reminded of what happened to collaborators during and after the last war.

    My last communication to him provided hard evidence that Twat Hancock blatantly lied to the House on 23 March 2020 during the second reading of the Coronavirus Act 2020. If you copy and paste this link https://www.gov.uk/guidance/high-consequence-infectious-diseases-hcid?fbclid=IwAR3Sah1s7FWql6jzcvecMBE8UW85fKoQPUIM7JX8vjrX7swIZd3zheBZL-I#status-of-covid-19 it will take you to the Government website, which states:

    Status of COVID-19
    As of 19 March 2020, COVID-19 is no longer considered to be a high consequence infectious disease (HCID) in the UK.

    Copy and paste this link https://hansard.parliament.uk/Commons/2020-03-23/debates/F4D06B4F-56CD-4B60-8306-BAB6D78AC7CF/CoronavirusBill and you will see that just 4 days later Twat Hancock said the following:

    The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care (Matt Hancock)
    I beg to move, That the Bill be now read a Second time.
    Coronavirus is the most serious public health emergency that has faced the world in a century. We are all targets, but the disease reserves its full cruelty for the weakest and the most vulnerable. To defeat it, we are proposing extraordinary measures of a kind never seen before in peacetime. Our goal is to protect life and to protect every part of the NHS. This Bill, jointly agreed with all four UK Governments, gives us the power to fight the virus with everything that we have.

    The man is an incompetent lying weasel and I look forward to the day when he is held to account on the charges of treason and genocide

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    John Archer
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    Hello Elizabeth
    I expect you are already aware but 32 of the 34 members of the UK Vaccine Network that advise the government have all been in receipt of significant funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The other two whilst not in receipt of direct funding, they do have some connection to Gates.

    I have twice written to my MP Andrew Griffith to pose the following questions (1st time on 28 Apr 2020: 2nd time on 11 June 2020 – no response received.

    Q1. As a member of the House of Commons Science & Technology Select Committee, given the extent to which special advisers and committees are used to assist ministers with policy and decision making, what measures are taken that you are aware of to guard against (a) conflicts of interest and (b) disproportionate influences or funding from external organisations or commercial companies?

    Q2. Should it be of any concern that 32 of the 34 members of the UK Vaccine Network have been involved in projects that have received significant funding from The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation?

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    purple hoax
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    That’s this David King, who doesn’t seem to appear on the SAGE list. He must have been one who witheld their identities.

    So, if this transpires, it would appear that the insider advice UKC received was very much genuine.

    Here’s more on him:

    https://powerbase.info/index.php/David_King

    “A time is coming when men will go mad, and when they see someone who is not mad, they will attack him, saying, ‘You are mad; you are not like us.’”

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    #35985
    laudy
    UK Column Lifetime Membership

    I trawled the twiter names of journalists for the Free Melanie Shaw Campaign, may be useful in this campaign too.
    It was a while ago and some may have moved on, but, worth a try.

    @jessicaelgot @GuardianHeather @lilyames ‏@Bidisha_online @owenbowcott @chiggi @IzzyGreenfield ‏ @PhilippaBBC ‏@BBCCarrie ‏ @BBCBenThompson ‏ @ChrisMasonBBC ‏@BBCNuala ‏@BBCNaga ‏@DannyShawBBC ‏ @BBCMarkEaston ‏@Nick_Dorman ‏ @ZoeForsey ‏ @PaulByrneMirror ‏ @chriskitching ‏ @larajkilner ‏@JournoKellyAnn ‏ @ljconnorjourno ‏@NatashaC ‏ @Benjaminicholls ‏ @Steviebeer ‏@JGForsyth ‏@tonygallagher ‏@jeremyball3 @BethRigby ‏ @markriceoxley69 ‏ @NichiHodgson ‏@rachshabi ‏
    @DonnaLFerguson ‏ @LWhitcombe83 ‏@jcoxwriter ‏ @HugoGye ‏@Steviebeer @larajkilner ‏ ‏@georgebowden ‏@JGForsyth ‏@mrjamesob ‏ @Nick_Dorman @ZoeForsey ‏ @PaulByrneMirror ‏ @NottinghamPost @isaacashe ‏@IAmGARETHEVANS ‏@advertisergroup ‏@MyNottingham ‏ @altnewsuk ‏ @TheRealNews ‏ @jnoahmorgan ‏ @Harri_Grace ‏@LucyAnnaGray ‏ @ShafLdn ‏ @Rob_Merrick ‏@JackWebb92 ‏@jondipaolo ‏

    And with the help of others we also did the MPs, bear in mind not all are still in office. It all helps.

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    Which 221 MP’s went against the majority of their constituents (who wanted to leave the EU) and voted to delay Brexit ?

    On Thursday, March 14th at around 6:00 PM, MP’s voted on a motion to extend article 50, and four controversial amendments, including one to call a second referendum. The result was 413 votes to extend article 50, and 202 against.

    What if the 221 MP’s on the list below did the right thing and voted for what their constituents wanted?

    THE LIST OF SHAME:

    (in alphabetical order)

    Lab
    Debbie Abrahams
    Oldham East and Saddleworth (Leave 60%)

    Con
    Peter Aldous
    Waveney (Leave 63%)

    Con
    Edward Argar
    Charnwood (Leave 58%)

    Con
    Victoria Atkins
    Louth and Horncastle (Leave 69%)

    Lab
    Adrian Bailey
    West Bromwich West (Leave 69%)

    Lab
    Sir Kevin Barron
    Rother Valley (Leave 67%)

    Lab
    Margaret Beckett
    Derby South (Leave 62%)

    Lab
    Clive Betts
    Sheffield South East (Leave 66%)

    Con
    Nick Boles
    Grantham and Stamford (Leave 61%)

    Con
    Sir Peter Bottomley
    Worthing West (Leave 56%)

    Lab
    Tracy Brabin
    Batley and Spen (Leave 60%)

    Con
    Karen Bradley
    Staffordshire Moorlands (Leave 65%)

    LD
    Tom Brake
    Carshalton and Wallington (Leave 56%)

    Con
    James Brokenshire
    Old Bexley and Sidcup (Leave 63%)

    Lab
    Chris Bryant
    Rhondda (Leave 61%)

    Con
    Robert Buckland
    South Swindon (Leave 52%)

    Lab
    Richard Burden
    Birmingham, Northfield (Leave 62%)

    Lab
    Richard Burgon
    Leeds East (Leave 61%)

    Con
    Alistair Burt
    North East Bedfordshire (Leave 53%)

    Lab
    Liam Byrne
    Birmingham, Hodge Hill (Leave 51%)

    Con
    Alun Cairns
    Vale of Glamorgan (Leave 52%)

    Lab
    Dan Carden
    Liverpool, Walton (Leave 54%)

    Con
    James Cartlidge
    South Suffolk (Leave 54%)

    Lab
    Sarah Champion
    Rotherham (Leave 68%)

    Lab
    Jenny Chapman
    Darlington (Leave 58%)

    Lab
    Ann Clwyd
    Cynon Valley (Leave 57%)

    Lab
    Vernon Coaker
    Gedling (Leave 56%)

    Con
    Thérèse Coffey
    Suffolk Coastal (Leave 56%)

    Lab
    Julie Cooper
    Burnley (Leave 67%)

    Lab
    Rosie Cooper
    West Lancashire (Leave 55%)

    Lab
    Yvette Cooper
    Normanton, Pontefract and Castle… (Leave 69%)

    Con
    Alberto Costa
    South Leicestershire (Leave 58%)

    Con
    Geoffrey Cox
    Torridge and West Devon (Leave 57%)

    Con
    Stephen Crabb
    Preseli Pembrokeshire (Leave 56%)

    Lab
    Sir David Crausby
    Bolton North East (Leave 58%)

    Lab
    Mary Creagh
    Wakefield (Leave 63%)

    Lab
    Jon Cruddas
    Dagenham and Rainham (Leave 70%)

    Lab
    Judith Cummins
    Bradford South (Leave 64%)

    Lab
    Alex Cunningham
    Stockton North (Leave 67%)

    Lab
    Nic Dakin
    Scunthorpe (Leave 69%)

    Lab
    Wayne David
    Caerphilly (Leave 55%)

    Con
    David Davis
    Haltemprice and Howden (Leave 55%)

    Lab
    Gloria De Piero
    Ashfield (Leave 71%)

    Lab
    Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi
    Slough (Leave 54%)

    Con
    Jonathan Djanogly
    Huntingdon (Leave 53%)

    Lab
    Peter Dowd
    Bootle (Leave 55%)

    Con
    Oliver Dowden
    Hertsmere (Leave 51%)

    Lab
    Jack Dromey
    Birmingham, Erdington (Leave 63%)

    Con
    David Duguid
    Banff and Buchan (Leave 54%)

    Con
    Sir Alan Duncan
    Rutland and Melton (Leave 54%)

    Con
    Philip Dunne
    Ludlow (Leave 59%)

    PC
    Jonathan Edwards
    Carmarthen East and Dinefwr (Leave 54%)

    Lab
    Clive Efford
    Eltham (Leave 52%)

    Lab
    Julie Elliott
    Sunderland Central (Leave 60%)

    Con
    Tobias Ellwood
    Bournemouth East (Leave 54%)

    Lab
    Chris Elmore
    Ogmore (Leave 60%)

    Lab
    Chris Evans
    Islwyn (Leave 59%)

    Lab
    Colleen Fletcher
    Coventry North East (Leave 59%)

    Lab
    Caroline Flint
    Don Valley (Leave 69%)

    Con
    Vicky Ford
    Chelmsford (Leave 51%)

    Lab
    Yvonne Fovargue
    Makerfield (Leave 65%)

    Con
    George Freeman
    Mid Norfolk (Leave 61%)

    Lab
    James Frith
    Bury North (Leave 54%)

    Lab
    Gill Furniss
    Sheffield, Brightside and Hillsb… (Leave 61%)

    Con
    Sir Roger Gale
    North Thanet (Leave 65%)

    Con
    Mark Garnier
    Wyre Forest (Leave 63%)

    Lab
    Ruth George
    High Peak (Leave 51%)

    Con
    Nick Gibb
    Bognor Regis and Littlehampton (Leave 64%)

    Lab
    Mary Glindon
    North Tyneside (Leave 59%)

    Lab
    Helen Goodman
    Bishop Auckland (Leave 61%)

    Con
    Robert Goodwill
    Scarborough and Whitby (Leave 61%)

    Con
    Michael Gove
    Surrey Heath (Leave 52%)

    Con
    Richard Graham
    Gloucester (Leave 59%)

    Con
    Damian Green
    Ashford (Leave 60%)

    Lab
    Nia Griffith
    Llanelli (Leave 55%)

    Lab
    John Grogan
    Keighley (Leave 53%)

    Con
    Sam Gyimah
    East Surrey (Leave 54%)

    Lab
    Louise Haigh
    Sheffield, Heeley (Leave 58%)

    Con
    Matt Hancock
    West Suffolk (Leave 63%)

    Lab
    David Hanson
    Delyn (Leave 55%)

    Lab
    Emma Hardy
    Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle (Leave 68%)

    Con
    Richard Harrington
    Watford (Leave 51%)

    Lab
    Carolyn Harris
    Swansea East (Leave 62%)

    Lab
    Sue Hayman
    Workington (Leave 60%)

    Con
    Sir Oliver Heald
    North East Hertfordshire (Leave 51%)

    Lab
    John Healey
    Wentworth and Dearne (Leave 69%)

    Con
    Peter Heaton-Jones
    North Devon (Leave 57%)

    Lab
    Sir Mark Hendrick
    Preston (Leave 57%)

    Con
    Nick Herbert
    Arundel and South Downs (Leave 51%)

    Lab
    Mike Hill
    Hartlepool (Leave 70%)

    Con
    Simon Hoare
    North Dorset (Leave 56%)

    Lab
    Dame Margaret Hodge
    Barking (Leave 60%)

    Lab
    Sharon Hodgson
    Washington and Sunderland West (Leave 62%)

    Lab
    Kate Hollern
    Blackburn (Leave 54%)

    Con
    George Hollingbery
    Meon Valley (Leave 53%)

    Con
    Kevin Hollinrake
    Thirsk and Malton (Leave 56%)

    Lab
    George Howarth
    Knowsley (Leave 52%)

    Lab
    Imran Hussain
    Bradford East (Leave 55%)

    Con
    Margot James
    Stourbridge (Leave 64%)

    Lab
    Dan Jarvis
    Barnsley Central (Leave 68%)

    Con
    Sajid Javid
    Bromsgrove (Leave 55%)

    Lab
    Diana Johnson
    Kingston upon Hull North (Leave 60%)

    Con
    Joseph Johnson
    Orpington (Leave 58%)

    Lab
    Gerald Jones
    Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney (Leave 58%)

    Lab
    Graham P Jones
    Hyndburn (Leave 66%)

    Lab
    Helen Jones
    Warrington North (Leave 59%)

    Lab
    Kevan Jones
    North Durham (Leave 60%)

    Lab
    Sarah Jones
    Croydon Central (Leave 50%)

    Lab
    Susan Elan Jones

    Clwyd South (Leave 60%)

    Con
    Gillian Keegan
    Chichester (Leave 51%)

    Lab
    Barbara Keeley
    Worsley and Eccles South (Leave 60%)

    Lab
    Liz Kendall
    Leicester West (Leave 52%)

    Con
    Seema Kennedy
    South Ribble (Leave 57%)

    Lab
    Stephen Kinnock
    Aberavon (Leave 60%)

    LD
    Norman Lamb
    North Norfolk (Leave 58%)

    Lab
    Ian Lavery
    Wansbeck (Leave 56%)

    Lab
    Karen Lee
    Lincoln (Leave 57%)

    Con
    Jeremy Lefroy
    Stafford (Leave 57%)

    Con
    Sir Oliver Letwin
    West Dorset (Leave 51%)

    Lab
    Emma Lewell-Buck
    South Shields (Leave 62%)

    Con
    Brandon Lewis
    Great Yarmouth (Leave 72%)

    Ind
    Ivan Lewis
    Bury South (Leave 55%)

    Con
    David Lidington
    Aylesbury (Leave 52%)

    Ind
    Stephen Lloyd
    Eastbourne (Leave 58%)

    Lab
    Tony Lloyd
    Rochdale (Leave 57%)

    Lab
    Rebecca Long Bailey
    Salford and Eccles (Leave 54%)

    Lab
    Ian C. Lucas
    Wrexham (Leave 57%)

    Lab
    Holly Lynch
    Halifax (Leave 59%)

    Lab
    Andy McDonald
    Middlesbrough (Leave 66%)

    Lab
    John McDonnell
    Hayes and Harlington (Leave 59%)

    Lab
    Pat McFadden
    Wolverhampton South East (Leave 68%)

    Lab
    Conor McGinn
    St Helens North (Leave 58%)

    Lab
    Liz McInnes
    Heywood and Middleton (Leave 62%)

    Lab
    Catherine McKinnell
    Newcastle upon Tyne North (Leave 57%)

    Con
    Sir Patrick McLoughlin
    Derbyshire Dales (Leave 51%)

    Lab
    Jim McMahon
    Oldham West and Royton (Leave 61%)

    Lab
    Justin Madders
    Ellesmere Port and Neston (Leave 58%)

    Lab
    Khalid Mahmood
    Birmingham, Perry Barr (Leave 51%)

    Lab
    Seema Malhotra
    Feltham and Heston (Leave 56%)

    Lab
    John Mann
    Bassetlaw (Leave 68%)

    Lab
    Gordon Marsden
    Blackpool South (Leave 68%)

    Lab
    Sandy Martin
    Ipswich (Leave 57%)

    Lab
    Ian Mearns
    Gateshead (Leave 56%)

    Lab
    Edward Miliband
    Doncaster North (Leave 72%)

    Con
    Maria Miller
    Basingstoke (Leave 54%)

    Con
    Anne Milton
    Guildford (Remain 59%)

    Con
    Andrew Mitchell
    Sutton Coldfield (Leave 52%)

    Lab
    Jessica Morden
    Newport East (Leave 60%)

    Lab
    Stephen Morgan
    Portsmouth South (Leave 52%)

    Lab
    Grahame Morris
    Easington (Leave 67%)

    Lab
    Lisa Nandy
    Wigan (Leave 63%)

    Lab
    Alex Norris
    Nottingham North (Leave 64%)

    Lab
    Melanie Onn
    Great Grimsby (Leave 71%)

    Lab
    Albert Owen
    Ynys Môn (Leave 51%)

    Con
    Neil Parish
    Tiverton and Honiton (Leave 58%)

    Con
    Mark Pawsey
    Rugby (Leave 58%)

    Lab
    Stephanie Peacock
    Barnsley East (Leave 71%)

    Lab
    Toby Perkins
    Chesterfield (Leave 59%)

    Con
    Claire Perry
    Devizes (Leave 51%)

    Lab
    Jess Phillips
    Birmingham, Yardley (Leave 60%)

    Lab
    Bridget Phillipson
    Houghton and Sunderland South (Leave 62%)

    Lab
    Laura Pidcock
    North West Durham (Leave 55%)

    Lab
    Jo Platt
    Leigh (Leave 63%)

    Lab
    Luke Pollard
    Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport (Leave 54%)

    Con
    Dan Poulter
    Central Suffolk and North Ipswich (Leave 54%)

    Con
    Rebecca Pow
    Taunton Deane (Leave 53%)

    Con
    Victoria Prentis
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    Karl Turner
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    Valerie Vaz
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    Tom Watson
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    Alan Whitehead
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    Paul Williams
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    DATA SOURCE: https://www.theguardian.com/politics/ng-interactive/2019/mar/12/how-did-your-mp-vote-in-the-march-brexit-votes#table

    If you believe your chain isn’t being yanked big time by the government and the bought and paid for mainstream media, then make a donation to the go fund me project to get the Eifel Tower moved to the top of Ayres Rock.

    Never has there been a greater need to escape the crippling mental illness of cognitive dissonance before it’s too late, by asking one simple question: WHO ARE THE REAL TERRORISTS?

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    In 2016 Capita issued their first ever profit warning. By 2017 the first six months showed their net profit was down by 26% to £28 million. Their recent failures in the Recruiting contract for the MOD, where applicants were unable to sign up online have started to expose there problems even more. On January 15th this year at Defence Questions Nia Griffiths asked what steps the MOD were taking to sort out the Capita problems which had all but ceased recruitment during December.
    Today Capita have suffered a huge blow with the loss of a £722 million contract with Prudential. The contract was cut five years ahead and awarded to TATA.
    As one UK Column member commented on today’s show chat box, “This is by design”
    I agree and feel we are looking at a carefully and strategically placed line of dominoes.

    It is said that the one thing Satan cannot stand is mockery. The primal sin is pride and a swollen ego can handle intellectual assaults; what evil cannot handle is someone making fun of it. -
    Lewis Liberman.

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    Chemtrails Fully Explained! MUST SEE!!… SHARE THIS INFO!!!

    Published on Jan 14, 2017
    In this video we view documentations and Patents for Chemtrail/Cloud Seeding/Geoengineering/Stratospheric Aerosol Injection and the chemicals being used.

    Known Chemicals in Cloud Seeding:
    Aluminum Oxide, Thorium Oxide, Silver Iodide, liquid propane, Carbon Dioxide, Ammonia Nitrate, Urea, Welsback materials, Refractory materials, Industrial Particles, dry ice, salts.

    United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)
    https://www.uspto.gov/

    Inventors: Chang; David B. (Tustin, CA), Shih; I-Fu (Los Alamitos, CA)
    Assignee: Hughes Aircraft Company (Los Angeles, CA)
    Family ID: 24042064
    Appl. No.: 07/513,145
    Filed: April 23, 1990
    http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Pa

    United States Patent 5,003,186
    Chang , et al. March 26, 1991
    Stratospheric Welsbach seeding for reduction of global warming

    North American Weather Consultants Inc.:
    http://www.nawcinc.com/wmfaq.html

    Weather Modification Incorporated:
    http://www.weathermodification.com/cl

    chemtrail/cloud seeding/geoengineering Patents:
    http://www.chemtrailplanet.com/Patent

    Military Weather Modification:
    http://www.globalresearch.ca/military

    REFERENCES:
    1. Dennis, A.S. , 1980: Weather Modification by Cloud Seeding. Academic Press, New York.

    2. Hess, W.N. , 1974: Weather and Climate Modification. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

    3. Weather Modification Association, 1992: Weather Modification Capability Statement. Journal of Weather Modification, Vol. 24, No. 1.

    4. Weather Modification Association, 1997: Some Facts About Seeding Clouds. Fresno, California.

    5. American Society of Civil Engineers, 1995: Guidelines for Cloud Seeding to Augment Precipitation. ASCE Manuals and Reports on Engineering Practice No. 81..

    6. Griffith, D.A. and M.E. Solak, 1999: A Cloud Seeding Program to Enhance Hydroelectric Power Production from the El Cajon Drainage, Honduras. Seventh Conference on Weather Modification, Chiang Mai, Thailand, February 17-22, 1999.

    7. Stauffer, N.E. and K. Williams, 2000: Utah Cloud Seeding Program, Increased Runoff/Cost Analysis. Technical Report, Utah Department of Natural Resources, Division of Water Resources.

    8. Weather Modification Advisory Board, 1978: The Management of Weather Resources. Report to the Secretary of Commerce, 2 volumes.

    9. Klien, D.A. , 1978: Environmental Impacts of Artificial Ice Nucleating Agents. Dowden, Hutchinson & Ross, Inc. , Stronsburg, Pennsylvania.

    10. Brown, K.J., R.D. Elliot and M.W. Edelstein, 1978: Transactions of Total-Area Effects of Weather Modification. Report to the National Science Foundation on a workshop held August 8-12, 1977, Fort Collins, Colorado.

    11. Brown, K. J., R.D. Elliott and J.R. Thompson, 1974: The Seeding of Convection Bands. AMS Fourth Conference on Weather Modification, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, November 18-21, 1974.

    12. Long, A. B., 2001: Review of Persistence Effects of Silver Iodide Cloud Seeding. Journal of Weather Modification, Vol. 33, No. 1.

    13. Solak, M. E., D. P. Yorty, and D. A. Griffith, 2003: Estimations of Downwind Cloud Seeding Effects in Utah. Journal of Weather Modification, Vol. 35, No. 1.

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    Fluorides, The Atomic Bomb, And A Spy

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    OPICS:FluorideJon Rappoport
    April 28, 2016
    By Jon Rappoport

    In 1997, Joel Griffiths and Chris Bryson, two respected mainstream journalists, peered into an abyss. They found a story about fluorides that was so chilling it had to be told.
    The Christian Science Monitor, who had assigned the story, never published it.
    Their ensuing article, “Fluoride, Teeth, and the Atomic Bomb,” has been posted on websites, sometimes with distortions, deletions, or additions. I spoke with Griffiths, and he told me to be careful I was reading a correct copy of his piece. (You can find it—“Fluoride, Teeth, and the Atomic Bomb,” at fluoridealert.org.)
    Griffiths also told me that researchers who study the effects of fluorides by homing in on communities with fluoridated drinking water, versus communities with unfluoridated water, miss a major point: fluorides are everywhere—they are used throughout the pharmaceutical industry in the manufacture of drugs, and also in many other industries (e.g., aluminum, pesticide).
    I want to go over some of the major points of the Griffiths-Bryson article.
    Griffiths discovered hundreds of documents from the World War 2 era. These included papers from the Manhattan Project, which was launched to build the first A-bomb.

    To read more please press link below

    Fluorides, The Atomic Bomb, And A Spy

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