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Written by: Diana West
Thursday, July 20, 2023 6:42 AM 

The Vermont Daily Chronicle has published a thoughtful op-ed on the catastrophic Vermont rains by 2022 state senate candidate Paul Bean, who raises excellent questions and offers tragically plausible answers.

It's titled: How did this storm happen? Don't rule out weather modification.

Some excerpts:

Here in Vermont we are experiencing historic catastrophic flooding, even worse than Tropical Storm Irene. The question MUST be asked: how did this happen?

We all know the rain has been unusually frequent this summer causing the ground to be completely saturated before this even began. But how, in less than 24 hours did the state of Vermont get an entire summer’s worth of Rain? How could we have a random, out-of-the-blue unnamed Storm that is worse than Irene? Some are saying “it’s climate change.” Perhaps it is…

But if you are like me and do not subscribe to the international “scientific” agenda claiming that it’s purely being caused by carbon emissions, could this really be just the “natural cycles of the earth?”

Short and sweet, no.

Or at least I do not believe that either. 

Bean then brings up "Operation Popeye," which has been weighing on my mind as well. Operation Popeye was a covert weather modification system the US deployed to intenisfy and extend the monsoon season in Vietnam specifically to disrupt the Ho Chi Monh Trail (1967-1972). 

Bean explains:

Under Operation Popeye, the U.S. military employed cloud-seeding techniques to artificially “make it rain” over the targeted region. Cloud-seeding involves dispersing chemical agents, such as silver iodide, into clouds to stimulate precipitation (AKA Chemtrails). ...The operation was conducted by the U.S. Air Force’s 54th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, based in Thailand. ...

Once exposed by Jack Anderson and then Seymour Hersch and then in congressional hearings -- 

The operation faced widespread criticism and condemnation for its environmental and humanitarian implications. The use of weather modification as a military tactic raised concerns about the potential weaponization of weather and the long-term ecological impact.

In response to public outcry and growing international pressure, the United States officially ended Operation Popeye in March 1972. In the same year, an international treaty known as the Environmental Modification Convention (ENMOD) was adopted, prohibiting the use of weather modification techniques for hostile purposes.

Next, Bean introduces Gordon MacDonald, who served on the National Science Foundation’s Advisory Panel for Weather Modification from 1964 to 1967. (See how real "weather modification" is?) MacDonald, Bean writes,

had warned that ENMOD or environmental warfare “could damage an adversary without revealing the aggressor’s intent” and that “applying such techniques of war under cover of nature’s irregularities presents a disquieting prospect.

MacDonald added that a secretly waged weather war “need never be declared or even known by the affected populations. It could go on for years with only the country’s [aggressor’s] security forces involved being aware of it”...

Watching, hearing jets streaking above rural Vermont, six, eight times a day (that I am aware of), every day or almost every day of this weather-gruesome-summer, I have wondered about just such a "secretly waged weather war." In the spring and early summer, the "chemtrails" of the jets were quite visible, arcing over fields and hillsides, shooting through clouds and fanning out into unnatural vapor patterns which eventually seem to disperse into a universal milky covering which is oppressive. The humidity, too, has been oppressive. In recent weeks, a nearly ever-constant cloud layer has obscured the sight of the jets, although I still hear them as they pass.

If Tuesday added a new tranche of "Canadian smoke" (?) to flood-battered Vermont, the forecast for Wednesday was that the smoke would clear. And clear it did. In fact, yesterday was really the first beautiful day of the summer of 2023 -- lower humidity than the hideous new-norm, and clearer skies. Today seems to be another gem (46 percent humidity, according to Guess what? After hearing only one jet yesterday morning, I have heard no more jets since. Is our markedly better weather connected to this observable suspension of jet activity? I don't know the answer yet but I will keep watching.   

Bean goes on to ask a very pertinent question:

But why Vermont? 

That is a fair question. Why would Globalist powers have interest in manufacturing a “natural” catastrophe in the second smallest state in the country? 

It is simple. Vermont is known to lead the country in a lot of things. We are often the “first” to do something, before anyone else. We were the first to abolish slavery (before we even joined the US), we were the first to join the original 13 colonies. We were the first to enshrine abortion rights into our constitution. The first state to pass same-sex civil union legislation. The first state in the country to change its medically assisted suicide law to allow terminally ill people from out of state to take advantage of it to end their lives…the first state in the country to require foods made with genetically modified ingredients… the list goes on. 

The most relevant firsts are the most radical firsts.

Vermont, often will follow the lead of California OR be the first to do it. 

So what is my point?

This unprecedented storm will 100% be used as an example as to why we as a State need to pass more legislation with the goal to mitigate climate change. Will we follow behind the burning state of California and go to their extremes? 

Or will we take the lead and go even further?

Vermont also happens to be the perfect target because take a look at how we responded to Covid. More than 80% of the population was unwilling to question the narrative at all. People here are too distracted with the woke agenda. They will never look to the skies and ask questions. If the TV says it’s “climate change” it must be climate change! They would never lie?! Right?! It is not a state of Free-thinkers (at least entirely).

Given the makeup of the State Legislature, I am sure they will do pretty much whatever they want, considering the fact that they pretty much do anyway. Probably the biggest conversation during the last legislative session was the so-called “Affordable Heat Act.” A piece of policy that would punish fuel dealers and ultimately citizens for heating their homes with oil/ gas, and “reward” those using electric heat pumps. 

So back to the question, why Vermont?  I’ve been wondering this for a while: why is Vermont so liberal? How did this happen? Well, because it is just small enough and takes very little investment into politics to influence legislation. 

This state is used like an experiment for everything the UN wants to implement along with  the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and The World Economic Forum. 

They bully the little state of Vermont, shove legislation down our throat, use us as a test, and then eventually try to implement their programs elsewhere. ...

I have been studying the subject of climate engineering and weather modification for 4 years. I interned with a group while at the University of Vermont called Our Geoengineering Age which was dedicated to exploring and exposing the subject to the public. I implore you to check out our website and do some more research for yourself on this subject. We have 33+ peer reviewed scientific essays and articles.

To this day, after all of the evidence I’ve reviewed and even geoengineering activity I have seen with my own eyes I still second guess myself because, yeah, it’s insane.  

However with what I’ve learned since 2020 about this Government and Globalist powers, I really would not put anything past them anymore. ...

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