Wednesday, April 11, 2007


A is for apple; B is for boy; C is for chemtrails. So enthuses an American science textbook given to children. It's almost as good as the Nazi propaganda they handed out to the youth in Hitler's time, who then went on to war and used lots of chemicals, making companies like Du Pont rather rich.

This book promotes chemical spraying of the sky and the burning of carbon fuels as a way to help block the sun's rays. Paint it black, black as night...I wanna see the sun, blotted out from the sky.

If they have their way we may do just a solution to global warming, with the likes of Jeremy 'motormouth' Clarkson leading the cheers in the Sun newspaper. In the future our tax monies may go to this, making the chemical companies 'bigger and bigger', as Du Pont boasted they were growing in the 1930s.

If they can put this nonsense in the textbooks, what else are they doing?

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