EWR (EnvirowatchRangitikei) Cloud seeding is a well known tech & is employed all over the world according to a BBC documentary (see video excerpt below). This is going on in 47 countries, including Australia, involving 150 programs ‘as we speak’ says the commentary. See below an application form used in the state of Texas to modify the weather.
The US military also used it as weather warfare during the war against Vietnam, known as Operation Popeye. Australia was in fact the first to trial cloud seeding back in 1947. They’ve been covertly studying it ever since, government and private business interests modifying weather to suit their own interests.
So ask yourself, why are they not using it to stop these fires?
Why have they not used it to prevent drought?
Australian Max Igan gave us the answer to these questions not so long ago. Have a listen & see the other related videos on his channel. Hear his exposé on where the water has really gone from the Darling River. See why there is a drought, it’s not as you think & it’s not what mainstream is telling you.
A link shared by Ben Vidgen (Postman Productions) on Facebook yesterday highlights an item published by the Sydney Morning Herald in 2009 regarding an offer by Russia to the Australian Government for assistance with then current fires that caused the loss of 173 lives. The offer involved the use of Russia’s fire jets, capable of dumping “42,000 litres of water or retardant on a fire – almost five times the maximum capacity of the ”Elvis” skycrane helicopters.” The offer was declined & “a spokeswoman for the Victorian Government said that despite a search of all available material, no record of the Russian offer could be found.” Strange that.
Finally, listen below to this NSW fireman of 16 years, a Senior Deputy Captain. He is speaking out about what is really happening in Australia.
Further links at Youtube Channel
A note to those who have commented here and on FB about the required conditions to make rain saying it is not that simple. Firstly to the abusive folk who know who they are, use the F word on me & you’re gone. To the polite commenters I would ask, why, after 50 plus years of experimenting in a very hot dry continent, and after all of the millions of dollars spent, why have they not addressed drought with their tech? Really, otherwise what was the point of that 50+ year investment? If it really was that unsuccessful why was it not abandoned years ago then? EWR