ZEROGEOENGINEERING

 Kentucky State, USA

 

GeoEngineering methods release hazardous substances into our atmosphere including unnatural electromagnetic radiation pollution and other toxic agents like aluminum and sulfur dioxide, contributing to severe health problems that threaten people, especially children, birds, bees, wildlife and all of nature.

 

Ban Geoengineering / Weather Modification in Kentucky!

This includes cloud seeding, aerial pesticides, and releases of ionizing radiation, nanometals, sulfuric compounds, biologicals, and other atmospheric hazards.

What you can do:

*Send a letter to your legislators at:  https://zerogeoengineering.com/take-action-usa/

*Call your Kentucky legislators.  Urge them to support health and safety and environmental health legislation to HALT GeoEngineering, cloud seeding and weather modification activities.   

A sample phone message appears below.

* Find out how to get your rain tested and get some flyers at director@ZeroGeoEngineering.com

  1. Learn the facts about the science of GeoEngineering at https://zerogeoengineering.com/ and share this knowledge with others.
  2. Connect with local people who support a ban on Geoengineering.

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Sample phone message:  (Please keep calls on point and professional) 

“Good Morning / Afternoon, This is __________[NAME] calling from ______[Municipality] to urge Senator_________ (or Representative) ________ to support health and safety legislation to BAN GeoEngineering and outlaw its nuclear, chemical, biological and electromagnetic pollutants.  We need this law to protect people, animals, birds, pollinating insects, plants and property from weather modification and GeoEngineering hazards.  We need this legislation immediately.”

 

Link To Kentucky State Senators

Link To Kentucky State Representatives

 

Send A Letter To your Representative

 

Call To Action: We Do Not Consent To GeoEngineering!

 

LIBERTY, KENTUCKY Rain 3 May 2018

 

 

 

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