Been hackable since at least 2000 just ask “W” Bush et/al…..!!!

Been hackable since at least 2000 just ask “W” Bush et/al…..!!!

America’s Voting Machinery Is Hackable, Falling Apart and Privatized—and the GOP Doesn’t Care

By Steven Rosenfeld, AlterNet

Democrats issue a startling report on voting vulnerabilities and propose legislation to protect upcoming elections. READ MORE»

But we are to believe TRUMP is authentically opposed to any form of domestic violence…yea… right…???

But we are to believe TRUMP is authentically opposed to any form of domestic violence…yea… right…???

Trump still hasn’t nominated a director for the Violence Against Women office at the Justice Department

By James Hohmann February 15 at 8:35 AM Email the author


 Trump: ‘I am totally opposed to domestic violence of any kind’


President Trump on Feb. 14 said he is “totally opposed to domestic violence of any kind.” (The Washington Post)

With Breanne Deppisch and Joanie Greve.

THE BIG IDEA: President Trump has not nominated anyone to be the director of the Office on Violence Against Women in the Justice Department.

The person in this position oversees a budget of more than $450 million and is supposed to be the administration’s leading voice on domestic and sexual violence, both nationally and internationally. By controlling the flow of grants, the director can influence programs to better protect and serve victims. Women’s advocates lobbied for years to elevate this job and require that the Senate confirm the president’s pick.


·       President Donald Trump forcibly condemned domestic violence Wednesday.

speak our peace anywhere and not in the currently “defined

…Does this “freedom of speech” you reference include the corollary right to speak our peace anywhere and not in the currently “defined” zones….???

This map shows where more Americans are willing to support free speech

And places with more tolerance for unpopular opinions are the very same places with more protest activity.

By Christopher Claassen and James L. Gibson  •  Read more »

How can NOT supplying women with necessary female hygiene products at NO cost to them not be deemed cruel and unusual punishment…

…How can NOT supplying women with necessary female hygiene products at NO cost to them not be deemed cruel and unusual punishment…

There Is Some Surprising Progress for the Rights of Incarcerated Women

By Celisa Calacal, AlterNet

Several states are fighting to put an end to the time when women prisoners do not even make enough to afford a box of tampons. READ MORE»

Read … Dumbing Us Down … by John Taylor Gotto…

…Read … Dumbing Us Down by John Taylor Gotto…

The State weaponizes education to create ignorance

Independent Education: the crisis and the crossroadA hundred fifty years ago, at least some Americans recognized that all serious discourse depended on the use of the faculty called Reason.Formal debate, science, and law all flowed from that source.A common bond existed in some schools of the day. The student was expected to learn how Reason operates, and for that he was taught the only subject which could lay out, as on a long table, the visible principles: Logic.This was accepted.But now, this bond is ………Read full article at website »

Honestly still think this just some conspiracy theory…???

…Honestly still think this just some conspiracy theory…???

The geoengineering end game

Years of research have revealed that the purpose of ongoing international geoengineering operations is to control the weather to create droughts and artificial scarcity of water and food (planned “problem”).  From the resulting global crisis, chaos and fear (planned “reaction”) of people not having adequate water and food due to “climate change,” a totalitarian world government(planned “solution”) will be perpetrated under the veil of “sustainable development” (See United Nations’ Agenda 21 and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development).  Speaking of year 2030:

According to UN-endorsed projections, global demand for fresh water will exceed supply by 40% in 2030, thanks to a combination of climate change, human action and population growth.

The secondary purpose of chemtrails is to make the population sick by causing individuals to ingesting toxins such as aluminum and possibly viruses.

The Geoengineered Cape Town Drought

The Geoengineered Cape Town Drought is a test-run, a preview of what the rest of us can expect in the coming years.

Day Zero is looming for Cape Town.  According to the latest estimates May 11this when the city’s water supply will be turned off, leaving four million residents to line up for water rations at one of 200 points across the city.

Cape Town is in the middle of an unprecedented drought and rainfall has been far below expected levels for the past three years. Residents are being asked to limit use to 50 liters a day (13.2 gallons), which is less than a third of the average daily water use in Britain.

In 2013, farmers in South Africa contacted and reported that geoengineering was decimating their land, stating:

Our air is acrid and dry and my crops have failed. My animals are on their last legs. We are being forced to take out loans via the Landbank, thus enslaving us and also forcing us to buy GMO seeds. The North West has been declared a Disaster Area.

NASA satellite images and videos posted by concerned individuals also confirm that South Africa is a target of intense geoengineering.

Without any mention of geoengineering, National Geographic states that “climate change” may have exacerbated Cape Town’s drought and warns that much of the world is at risk of a similar situation.  Mexico City, Melbourne, Jakarta, Sao Paulo, and California are listed as potential water shortage victims of “climate change.”

In a similar article that makes no mention of geoengineering but notes “climate change,” the BBC adds Bangalore, Beijing, Cairo, Moscow, Istanbul, London, Tokyo, and Miami to the list of major cities that can expect water shortages.

Geoengineering Stops Rain

Just a few minutes of research reveals that the Air Force owns the weather and that we no longer have natural weather.  The question is why.


For years a real weatherman (1PacificRedwood) has proved several times a week that the purpose of geoengineering is to stop rain, specifically in California.  Each of his videos provide numerous satellite images clearly showing that an artificial ridge of high pressure has been installed on the West Coast to stop rain.  He shows storms being manipulated by ground and satellite transmitters, with storm systems forming clearly unnatural features such as perfect right angles and straight lines hundreds of miles long.  When a low pressure system is off the coast, 1PR predicts with perfect accuracy that the jets will be spraying aluminum and barium to prevent atmospheric lift which is needed for precipitation to occur.

Without a doubt, geoengineering is responsible for the California drought and related fires.

In Southern California, the Weather Channel (owned by the Rothschilds and Bain Capital) often forecast rain, yet as the day of rain get closer, the forecast changes to no rain.  Instead of rain, Californians are sprayed like bugs by the Geoengineeers then told to conserve water due to “climate change.”

Last week alone, Southern California had two days of rain in the forecast.  The forecast was changed, no rain fell, and the jets were out spraying as high pressure was installed.  See Orange County in the below photo on 2/11/18 by author.


Geoengineering Harms Human Health

Russell L. Blaylock, M.D., a neurosurgeon, explains that geoengineering (planes spraying aluminum) is extremely harmful to human health:

It has been demonstrated in the scientific and medical literature that nanosized particles are infinitely more reactive and induce intense inflammation in a number of tissues. Of special concern is the effect of these nanoparticles on the brain and spinal cord, as a growing list of neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s dementia, Parkinson’s disease and Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS) are strongly related to exposure to environmental aluminum.

Dr. Ilya Sandra Perlingieri wrote:

chemtrails (geoengineering) toxicity has already dramatically affected our deteriorating collective health. The significant increase in heart disease and various upper respiratory illnesses has been linked to a vast increase in particulate matter in our air.

Recently scientists reported that an “astonishing number” of viruses float down on us from the sky. “Every day, more than 800 million viruses are deposited per square metre above the planetary boundary layer.”  The study says that “viruses are being swept up into the free troposphere — the layer of atmosphere between the area where Earth’s weather systems develop,” and then falling back to earth and making people sick.

Are the viruses really climbing to the sky and floating back down or are they being sprayed from the geoengineering planes?

How to Stop Geoengineering and One World Governance

It is hard to rob a bank when the police and bank employees have been alerted in advance.  Likewise, it is hard to make the world’s population submit to a criminal one world government when a substantial portion of the population understands that droughts and food shortages are geoengineered by those advocating said government.

By simply sharing this information with friends, family, and acquaintances, we can stop geoengineering and one world government.

When you use the term “geoengineering” instead of “chemtrails” and have reliable information, people will listen.  Many people are wondering about the lines in the sky and asking why the weather is insane.  It’s our responsibility to tell them as they will surely prefer reliable information over the meaningless term “climate change.”

…But this is “good-news” for Governor Ducey as he authorizes water purveyors that is OK to mix “sewage” wastewater into that SAFE water as declared by ADEQ…

…But this is “good-news” for Governor Ducey as he authorizes water purveyors that is OK to mix “sewage” wastewater into that SAFE water as declared by ADEQ…

Concerning forecasts for runoff into the Rio Grande and the Colorado River are just the start of the bad news for the West as California and other southwestern states face warm weather, below average precipitation and paltry snowpack.

THE DRIEST DECEMBER in California’s recorded history was followed by a relieving gush of rain in January, when it seemed there was a chance the state would be on track to receive at least its average level of precipitation.

Now, shortly after a record-breaking midwinter heatwave and seemingly endless blue skies, general optimism is waning as February shapes up to be even drier than December, despite a soaking Los Angeles received on Monday. A formidable high-pressure ridge has settled off the West Coast, deflecting storms northward in much the same pattern observed in 2013, 2014 and 2015, and though scientists and policy experts debate the definition of “drought,” few would disagree that the American West is in the grip of another extraordinary dry spell.

According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, most of California is either abnormally dry or experiencing drought, and about two-thirds of Arizona and three-fourths of New Mexico are facing severe or extreme drought. The Rio Grande, a major water source for much of the Southwest, contains just half the water it did during recent drought years. Currently, the rate of flow at the Otowi Bridge in New Mexico is 21 percent of average – what hydrologists say could be the lowest such reading in 70 years.

“The river is going to be critically dry this year,” said Jen Pelz, WildEarth Guardians’ wild rivers program director and a specialist in Rio Grande hydrology.

She said that according to current projections, most of the Rio Grande downstream of Colorado is likely to be running at a trickle of less than 100 cubic feet (2.8 cubic meters) per second. Such conditions are likely to devastate the Rio Grande silvery minnow, an endangered species that occurs in a 174-mile (280-km) length of the lower river in New Mexico. The fish lives a lifespan of just two years, which means multiple years in a row of poor conditions can have serious population impacts. Pelz said the silvery minnow’s numbers spiked after 2017’s abundant precipitation.

“The population bloomed, and this year virtually all of them could die,” said Pelz, who noted that a handful of other birds and fishes will be imperiled by a dry winter.

If relief for the ecosystem doesn’t come from Pacific Ocean storms, it isn’t likely to arrive from the mountains where the Rio Grande begins, either.

“We would need to get so much snow in the next two months to get to just half of normal,” Pelz said.

At most survey sites in New Mexico and southern Colorado, snowpack levels were recently logged at less than 25 percent of average. Angus Goodbody, a forecast hydrologist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Water and Climate Center, said many sites are at 30-year lows. At several stations, he said, there hasn’t been so little snow in 50 to 80 years. Winter and spring storms, as well as summer monsoons, could give a boost to the Rio Grande, though the odds of such relief seem low.

“If things remain dry, a record-low runoff year is nearly assured,” Goodbody said.

Throughout the Rocky Mountain headwaters of the Colorado River, snowpack levels are 67 percent of the 1980-to-2010 median.

“That’s really, really low,” said Jennifer Pitt, director of the National Audubon Society’s Colorado River program.

Unusually high temperatures and dry air, Pitt said, could make things worse by turning what little snow there is directly into water vapor rather than melting it.

“When that happens, what looks like will be a drier-than-average year can quickly become a very dry year,” she said.

The reservoirs of the Colorado River are seriously depleted, with Lake Powell just 56 percent full and Lake Mead 41 percent full. Pitt said Lake Mead’s surface elevation has rarely been so low since the reservoir was first filling with water during World War II.

In California, there is scarcely more, if any, snow blanketing the mountains than there was in 2015, when climate scientists concluded the season’s threadbare mountains were covered with the wispiest snowpack in 500 years. Currently, the central Sierra Nevada snowpack is 24 percent of average. In the Trinity Alps in the north and the southern Sierra Nevada, the snowpack is 17 percent of average.

“Fortunately, our reservoirs are in pretty good shape,” said Jay Lund, director of the University of California, Davis Center for Watershed Sciences. Lake Shasta, the state’s biggest reservoir, is three-fourths full.

“But forests don’t see a benefit from full reservoirs,” Lund said. “People do, and so do farmers, and sometimes fish – but not forests.”

He expects many more trees to perish in the state’s inland mountains, where more than 129 million trees – mostly conifers – have died since 2010. This will mean still more fuel for wildfires, which caused severe destruction in 2017 in spite of a very wet winter and spring.

“Fires are my biggest environmental concern,” Lund said. “It’s hard to know what to do about it except to be prepared.”

As the dry winter proceeds, Lund said the chances of a normal water year diminish.

“March would have to be incredibly wet to get us out of this hole,” he said.

However, Lund said the first year of a drought is generally relatively easy to manage, thanks to high reservoir levels.

“It’s the second, third and fourth years of drought that become more difficult,” he said.

Correction: This story has been updated to reflect that Lake Mead’s surface elevation is not the lowest since it first filled but has rarely been so low.

Arizona lifts ban on drinking recycled water

Arizona Public Radio & KJZZ Tempe

The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality has lifted a statewide ban on recycling wastewater for drinking. In the past, Arizona cities have only been allowed to treat wastewater for non-potable uses such as irrigation or for recharging aquifers. But under the new rule treatment plants now can directly deliver recycled water to customers. And Flagstaff city officials are looking into it.