ClimateViewer News

ClimateViewer News ClimateViewer News is your source for agenda-free alternative media. Mixing activism with the latest technology, this is sousveillance with style.
(60)

Colorado Cloud Seeding Status – May 01, 2019Colorado seems to be meeting their water management quotas this season in th...
05/01/2019

Colorado Cloud Seeding Status – May 01, 2019
Colorado seems to be meeting their water management quotas this season in the southern part of their state.
Weather Modification History
The History of Ground-based Cloud Seeding Generators
VIDEO: https://youtu.be/n9bU7voMZRg

Colorado Cloud Seeding Status – May 01, 2019
Colorado seems to be meeting their water management quotas this season in the southern part of their state.
Weather Modification History
The History of Ground-based Cloud Seeding Generators
VIDEO: https://youtu.be/n9bU7voMZRg

https://www.wcc.nrcs.usda.gov/ftpref/states/co/snow/state/daily/co_cloud_seed.pdf

And here it is... "Controversial spraying method aims to curb global warming": https://www.cbsnews.com/news/geoengineeri...
04/28/2019
Controversial spraying method aims to curb global warming

And here it is... "Controversial spraying method aims to curb global warming": https://www.cbsnews.com/news/geoengineering-treatment-stratospheric-aerosol-injection-climate-change-study-today-2018-11-23/ - "NEW YORK — A fleet of 100 planes making 4,000 worldwide missions per year could help save the world from climate change. Also, it may be relatively cheap. That's the conclusion of a new peer-reviewed study in Environmental Research Letters. It's the stuff of science fiction. Planes spraying tiny sulphate particulates into the lower stratosphere, around 60,000 feet up. The idea is to help shield the Earth from just enough sunlight to help keep temperatures low."
(cbsnews.com)

thank you for sharing, danke für`s teilen:
https://www.facebook.com/STOP-Spraying-Our-Skies-NOW

Bob Fletcher Exposing US-Weather Weapons of War Treaty: https://youtu.be/psIGnIEcoAE and https://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/massive-us-senate-document-on-national-and-global-weather-modification/

N-TV-DOKUMENTATIONSFILM "Kriegswaffe Wetter": https://youtu.be/4QOcGJ0KM-g ( auf deutsch / in german)

Klimawandel ist gewollt, Climate Change Is Intentional: https://fcpp.org/2018/02/11/climate-change-is-intentional/

highly recommending to watch:
www.FrankenskiesTheMovie.com by Matt Landman

Global Alert News, April 20, 2019,
POWERPOiNT-PRESENTATiON by Dane Wigington: https://youtu.be/QShpjb2AjLk + April 27, 2019: https://youtu.be/7IMHmVQf4UA

& Jim Lee from Climate-Viewer-News:
https://climateviewer.com/2019/03/08/playing-god-and-geoengineering-governance/

Nasa: https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/sounding-rockets/tracers/metals.html + https://www.nasa.gov/feature/space-technologies-receiving-test-drive-with-oct-6-sounding-rocket-launch

Süddeutsche Zeitung 11.3.2019: "Völlig unklar sind jedoch die politischen Risiken des solaren Geoengineerings. "Hat man einmal damit angefangen, kann jeder Hurricane zu politischen Spannungen führen, weil nicht klar ist, ob die Klimamanipulation der Grund dafür war", sagt Oschlies. Tatsächlich wäre der Verdacht nicht ganz unbegründet: Wer die Sonneneinstrahlung abschirmt, greift tief ins Klimasystem der Erde ein. Der Schirm würde in den Tropen stark wirken, in der Polarnacht gar nicht, dadurch würden sich Verdunstungsmuster und Temperaturgefälle verändern. Die Wirkung von CO₂ wäre damit nicht aufgehoben, sondern durch eine weitere Veränderung teilweise überdeckt."
( https://www.sueddeutsche.de/wissen/geoengineering-klimawandel-klimaschutz-1.4363742 )

in solidarity
ninahagen.com
with love

https://www.facebook.com/NinaHagen/photos/-in-solidarity-with-schoolstrike4climate-fridays4future-parents4future-klimastre/10156454486536523/

#TellTheTruth #StopGeoEngineering #StopClimateEngineering #extinctionrebellion #savetheplanet #ClimateEmergency #dontnuketheclimate #ParentsForFuture
#SchoolstrikeForClimate #Artists4Future Future is Now!

Planes spraying tiny sulphate particulates into the lower stratosphere could help shield Earth from just enough sunlight to help keep temperatures low

Dr. Binoy KampmarkThe man seemed like a bearded emissary, a holy figure nabbed in his sleep. He looked similarly pale as...
04/14/2019
Shredding Asylum: The Arrest of Julian Assange - Global Research

Dr. Binoy Kampmark

The man seemed like a bearded emissary, a holy figure nabbed in his sleep. He looked similarly pale as to how he did in 2013, but he cut a more shocking figure. Most prisoners would have had room to move in a compound. The Ecuadorean embassy in London only offered modest space and access to sun light. Hospitality of late was in short supply.

Julian Assange had been ill. His advocates had bravely insisted that he needed treatment.

“As a journalist who has worked as media partner of @Wikileaks since 2009,” reflected a near grieving Stefania Maurizi, “it has been so painful to watch Julian Assange’s health completely declining in the last 9 years as a result of confinement with no end in sight, tremendous stress, threats.”

Sir Alan Duncan of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office was happy to offer it, provided Assange step out of the embassy.

But Assange’s time had finally come. The embroiling of the Moreno administration in the INA Papers affair suggested that the president needed an out. Images of Moreno’s family skirting around the internet in various fora during days of plenty, and the suggestion that he had been profiting from a Panama offshore account, put Assange back in the picture. Who better to blame than a man in confinement, whose communications had been restricted, whose health was failing? WikiLeaks duly received a tipoff from a “high level source within the Ecuadorean state” that the offshore scandal would be used “as a pretext” to remove difficult tenant.

The writ and run of asylum has been shredded, and the conduct of Ecuador’s president Lenín Moreno is worth noting. In his address explaining the abrupt termination of Assange’s stay, Moreno was a dissembling picture. Assange, he had been assured by UK authorities, would come to no harm. He would not be facing torture or the death penalty (a reassuring red herring, given that the death penalty is off the table in extradition matters dealing with the UK in any case).

He had been “discourteous” and “aggressive”, WikiLeaks “hostile and threatening” to Ecuador. Ecuador had been “generous” and “respectful of the principles of international law, and of the institutions of the right of asylum.” Self-praise tends to increase in volume the more guilt is assumed, and Moreno made it clear that the law of asylum was a “sovereign right of the Ecuadorean state”. It was Assange who was the violator of diplomatic protocols, refusing to abide by “the norm of not intervening in the internal affairs of other states.”

Specific reference was made to the leaking of Vatican documents in January 2019; Assange was still “linked” to WikiLeaks. He blocked security cameras; he used “distorting” equipment. He even “confronted and mistreated guards”. He communicated via a mobile phone “with the outside world.” And he dared taking his case through Ecuadorean legal channels.

Trump Claims He Knows “Nothing” About the Julian Assange He Cited Hundreds of Times in His Campaign
Moreno’s justification received much steam from UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, who claimed that Assange was “no hero and no one is above the law. He has hidden from the truth for years.” (Psychological slip, perhaps? Is it Assange allergic to the truth, or the security establishments he wishes to prize open?). Both Moreno and Ecuador were to be thanked for their cooperation with the Foreign Office “to ensure Assange faces justice.”

President Donald Trump has been even more brazen on the subject of Assange’s arrest, feigning an attack of amnesia. “I know nothing about WikiLeaks. It’s not my thing.” During the 2016 campaign, WikiLeaks had been very much Trump’s “thing”, praised some 140 times for revealing email correspondence from the Democratic National Committee. “Oh, we love WikiLeaks,” he cheered at a North Carolina rally. No longer.

Critics of WikiLeaks and Assange have always presumed exaggeration. The narcissist had nothing to fear accept model British justice, the same justice that has gone to extraordinary lengths over the years to affect various, high profile miscarriages. Skipping bail was tantamount to a parking offence; face the music. Instead, WikiLeaks was shown to be correct: Assange is facing the full force of an extensive investigation against a publisher by the self-touted leader of the free world.

Ever since the publication of Cablegate, WikiLeaks has been the subject of a multi-organisational investigation by US prosecutors and defence personnel keen to sketch a legal basis for targeting the organisation. Assange has figured prominently. Despite the niggling problems associated with the Free speech amendment, legal personnel have been stretching the grounds on how to circumvent it.

Some few hours after Assange was bundled out of the embassy and into a van by the London Metropolitan Police, a US extradition request was revealed. He would not be prosecuted as a journalist, which would bring up press freedom issues, but as a hacker under the single charge of conspiracy to commit computer intrusion. “Assange, who did not possess a security clearance or need to know, was not authorized to receive classified material from the United States.”

The golden thread in the argument is Chelsea Manning, and four databases “from departments and agencies of the United States.” Both Manning and Assange had entered into an agreement to crack “a password stored on United States Department of Defense computers connected to the Secret Internet Protocol Network”. The alleged conspiracy “was to facilitate Manning’s acquisition and transmission of classified information related to the national defense of the United States so that WikiLeaks could publicly disseminate the information on its website.”

Stripped bare, the issue for Assange is this. Dislike him, loathe him, and feel your skin crawl before him. Fantasise about what he might or might not have done in Sweden. Sanctify and scribble hagiography about him. Speculate about how he might have been as a tenant of asylum. He remains a publisher and a journalist, unconventional, daring, a vigilante of sorts who sought to etch himself into history while giving the world a very cogent, thrilling idea: opening the darkened corridors of corrupting power and holding them accountable.

As the Centre for Investigate Journalism states,

“Whatever your view of its philosophy of radical transparency, WikiLeaks is a publisher. Any charges now brought in connection with that material, or any attempt to extradite Mr Assange to the United States for prosecution under the deeply flawed cudgel of the Espionage Act 1917 is an attack on all of us.”

Edward Snowden added a concurring voice: Ecuador’s invitation for the UK secret police “to drag a publisher of – like it or not – award winning journalism out of the building are going to end up in the history books. Assange’s critics may cheer, but this is a dark moment for press freedom.”

Even if he has never been fully accepted within the fraternity of the press, he has, in many ways, led its change. His forensic style of journalism, with its techniques of placing original documentation upon sites for readers to consult, has brought greater scrutiny of sources. His embrace of secure systems for sending classified material, and his pioneering of international cross-border collaborative reporting, transformed the nature of modern journalism. But pioneers tend to find themselves in the colosseum facing the hungry lions of state.

The pursuit of Assange, as British Labour’s Diane Abbott quite accurately assessed, was not done “to protect US national security” but “because he has exposed wrongdoing by US administrations and their military forces.” Former Greek finance minister and rabble rousing economist Yanis Varoufakis saw the clouds lift on the sham. “The game is up. Years of lies exposed. It was never about Sweden, Putin, Trump or Hillary. Assange was persecuted for exposing war crimes.” Punish Assange, punish the press. Punish Assange and condemn the Fourth Estate.

*

Note to readers: please click the share buttons below. Forward this article to your email lists. Crosspost on your blog site, internet forums. etc.

Dr. Binoy Kampmark was a Commonwealth Scholar at Selwyn College, Cambridge. He lectures at RMIT University, Melbourne. He is a frequent contributor to Global Research and Asia-Pacific Research. Email: [email protected]

The man seemed like a bearded emissary, a holy figure nabbed in his sleep. He looked similarly pale as to how he did in 2013, but he cut a more shocking figure. Most prisoners would have had room to move in a compound. The Ecuadorean embassy in London only offered modest space and access to …

Wikileaks releases massive file dump after arrest of Julian Assange.
04/14/2019
BREAKING: New Wikileaks File Dump

Wikileaks releases massive file dump after arrest of Julian Assange.

Wikileaks releases massive file dump after arrest of Julian Assange. ../ Afghanistan_OEF_Property_List/ 01-Jan-1984 01:01 – Charterhouse/ 01-Jan-1984 01:01 – Iraq_OIF_Property_List/ 01-…

Military 5G Weapon, UN's Green New World Order, & Nuclear Rainhttps://climateviewer.com/2019/04/05/military-5g-weapon-un...
04/07/2019
Military 5G Weapon, UN's Green New World Order, & Nuclear Rain · ClimateViewer News

Military 5G Weapon, UN's Green New World Order, & Nuclear Rain
https://climateviewer.com/2019/04/05/military-5g-weapon-un-green-new-world-order-nuclear-rain/

Active Denial System (ADS), the United Nations Environment Assembly calls for NWO to tackle climate change, and stunning information on the Chernobyl reactor meltdown rainfall experiments.

Active Denial System (ADS), the United Nations Environment Assembly calls for NWO to tackle climate change, and stunning information on the Chernobyl reactor meltdown rainfall experiments.

Address

25 Tripp Dr
Sumter, SC
29153

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when ClimateViewer News posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Videos

Nearby media companies