Researcher Peter A. Kirby has been a student of alternative media narratives, which has opened his eyes to the possibility that outcomes can be engineered by vested interests to appear as natural and random. In the first half, he discussed the evidence for chemtrails (also called geoengineering) as more than a conspiracy theory, as well as who might profit from manipulating weather and natural resources. He traced the agenda of the elites or New World Order to the late 19th century and a group known as the Roundtable that would go on to spawn such organizations as the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). The CFR, he suggested, has been an advocate for geoengineering.
Beyond simple "rainmaking" goals of geoengineering, Kirby has found indications of sinister motives such as "geophysical warfare," and profiteering off commodities markets by manipulating food and crop production. Since 1996, chemtrail spraying has gone global, and "I believe at this point...almost every commercial airplane-- passenger and freight has been rigged up with some type of spraying equipment that can be turned on and off remotely," he said. The CIA is also implicated in running geoengineering fleets, he added. Citing the work of scientist J. Marvin Herndon, he noted that one of the main ingredients in the chemtrail spray is fly ash, a by-product of coal-burning, and a source of toxic components like aluminum, barium, and strontium.
A winner of the prestigious Writers Guild award for screenwriting, Bryce Zabel has created and produced five prime-time television series, including fan favorites like NBC's UFO thriller "Dark Skies." In the latter half, he addressed the latest in UFO disclosure, his new work on a TV series about the Betty and Barney Hill abduction story, and how Hollywood is ready to get back into production after the COVID-19 shutdown. Pitched as a 10-hour series, his project on the Hills would look in-depth at their lives as an interracial couple in the early 1960s. Were the Hills, who lived quite close to an air force base, targeted because they were so unique for that era?, he pondered.
The series will be based on the book "Captured" by Stanton Friedman and Kathleen Marden, which contains new information not in John Fuller's earlier book, such as material about the "star map" Betty was shown. In an interesting side note, Zabel shared that Barney Hill appeared on an episode of To Tell the Truth in 1966 that detailed his abduction experience. On the subject of disclosure, he spoke about his new essay, We Can Handle the Truth, which declares that now is the time to end the UFO cover-up. With all the chaos and discord happening in the world of 2020, the admission of a UFO reality could bring people closer together, and show that we're more alike than not, he commented. Zabel also talked about his "What If?" series of works that explore alternate history tracks such as JFK surviving Dallas, and the Beatles staying together.