Appearing during the middle two hours, journalist, filmmaker and political activist Michael Murphy discussed how chemtrails are allowing corporations to manipulate natural systems including weather and soil, for their own gain. Chemtrails are chemicals that are sprayed out of airplanes for the goal of "geo-engineering" the planet. Specifically, aluminum and other chemical particulates are used to block the sun, create artificial clouds, and generally cause a cooling effect, he continued. But these chemicals have been found to be toxic to human health, and the ecology, and are associated with respiratory problems and other medical issues, he noted.
"Geo-engineers are very open that their programs will disrupt weather patterns," he said, pinning the recent drought over parts of the US on their actions. Particulates introduced into the sky act as "cloud condensation nuclei," causing rain to drift away from areas it normally would go, he explained. Such "corporatized" weather control in which new environmental circumstances are created, allows goods and services to be specifically tailored, such as Monsanto's "abiotic seeds," which are said to grow in drought conditions, Murphy revealed.
Further, he cited commodities trading done by "disaster capitalists," as well as in the derivatives market, in which they use inside knowledge of weather manipulation and control in order to make money, sometimes by betting that certain crops will fail. For more, check out this trailer from Murphy's new documentary, "Why in the World Are They Spraying?"
The last hour of the show featured Open Lines.
Possible EMP Attack
First hour guest, history professor William R. Forstchen commented on a potential EMP attack that Israel might stage on Iran. An electromagnetic pulse detonation high in the atmosphere could fry all power and communication grids below. He believes that such a confrontation would escalate, and other countries like the US and possibly Russia would be dragged into the conflict.
News segment guests: Jerome Corsi, Hossein Hedjazi