Suspicious airborne trails photographed by the author above Central Coast of California, October 26, 2018.

Suspicious airborne trails photographed by the author above Central Coast of California, October 26, 2018.

I wasn't planning to write on this topic today, but while driving along this beautiful western edge of the North American continent where I live, I happened to notice some extremely suspicious "persistent contrails" in the sky, and felt that they were worth sharing to illustrate the undeniable fact that something is going on without the consent of the people, and indeed without even the admission that it is taking place.

Not only is something being deliberately sprayed into the air in an ongoing campaign, but the very existence of that activity is denied and those who point out the overwhelming and obvious evidence are ridiculed as "conspiracy theorists."

Above is an un-retouched section of a photograph that I took this morning of two persistent contrails (or, as they are more appropriately and popularly known, two chemtrails) forming two distinctive U-turn patterns in the sky, and crossed by a third and shorter chemtrail.

Below, for context, is the full photograph, which shows that these U-shaped "horseshoe chemtrails" which I witnessed this morning were present in the context of several other chemtrails, none of which were curved in this dramatic fashion:

 Suspicious airborne trails photographed by the author above Central Coast of California, October 26, 2018.

Suspicious airborne trails photographed by the author above Central Coast of California, October 26, 2018.

The view is of US Highway 101 (the westernmost north-south highway in the US Highway System), facing south. The twin horseshoe chemtrails can be seen just above the lowest point of the mountainous horizon, just above the point where the highway itself disappears from view.

Those who deny the obvious evidence that someone, for reasons unstated, has for years been carrying on a campaign of spraying something into the air in the skies above populated country, calling the suggestion a "conspiracy theory" generally insist that the trails which are popularly known as "chemtrails" are simply ordinary contrails from "normal water-based contrails routinely left by high-flying aircraft under certain atmospheric conditions" (as stated in the dismissive Wikipedia entry entitled "Chemtrail conspiracy theory" which ridicules the possibility that these trails in the sky could be anything else besides routine condensation trails).

If these are trails left by ordinary "high-flying aircraft" such as passenger jets just going about their business, carrying passengers to and from their routine destinations, then an obvious question would be: "Why would an ordinary plane choose to make such a dramatic horseshoe pattern in the sky?" 

I have been on many passenger flights and I have never had a single one of them make a screeching U-turn during its travels such as the U-turns which created the chemtrails shown in the above images. 

Nevertheless, we could argue that an airplane might at some point be required to make such a dramatic U-turn for some reason -- one never knows. However, the obvious problem which is raised by the photographic evidence above is the fact that not one but two different airplanes obviously decided to make a very similar U-turn in a very similar part of the sky, at just about the very same time this morning, in order to leave the trails that you can see in the image.

Surely the possibility that not one but two different planes on routine flights decided to execute hairpin turns at about the same time would seem to be extremely unlikely. Thus, the confident (and condescending) tone of the Wikipedia articles dismissing the "chemtrail conspiracy theory," and which consistently proclaim that the phenomenon known as "chemtrails" is simply caused by "normal water-based contrails routinely left by high-flying aircraft under certain atmospheric conditions" would seem to be called into question by the evidence of "persistent contrails" in shapes that clearly indicate that they were not created by aircraft following routine flight patterns whatsoever.

The flight patterns indicated by the photograph above would have to be described as anything but "routine" by anyone who has any familiarity at all with flying on aircraft back and forth across the country.

And the dramatic horseshoe-shaped U-turn chemtrails which I saw in the sky this morning are by no means the only such "non-routine" shapes that I have seen when observing chemtrails over the Central Coast of California.  Below is another such chemtrail which I personally observed and photographed, on June 23, 2014, over a residential area of San Luis Obispo, California:

 Suspicious airborne trails photographed by the author above Central Coast of California, June 23, 2014.

Suspicious airborne trails photographed by the author above Central Coast of California, June 23, 2014.

Once again, here is clear evidence that these chemtrails are not the product of condensation that is "routinely left by high-flying aircraft." To describe the flightpath of the aircraft which left the chemtrail shown above as "routine" would be completely absurd. Have any readers ever been on a "routine" flight which meandered across the sky while executing such sharp turns as those demonstrated in the photograph above? The turns made by the aircraft which produced the above chemtrail are beyond "hairpin turns" -- they are practically curlicues ("curly-cues").

I blogged about the chemtrail phenomenon, and included the above photograph, in this post from June of 2014.

And, once again, the above S-curves are by no means unique. Just a couple months before observing the dramatic curlicue contrail pictured above, I photographed this oxbow-shaped chemtrail, also above the city of San Luis Obispo, in April of 2014:

 Suspicious airborne trails photographed by the author above Central Coast of California, April 23, 2014.

Suspicious airborne trails photographed by the author above Central Coast of California, April 23, 2014.

As you should be able to see, the pilot of the above aircraft (assuming this aircraft even had a pilot and was not some kind of computer-driven or remotely-controlled plane) has executed a sweeping curve across the sky -- a pattern which I have never experienced during any commercial air flight that I have ever taken when traveling from one city to another. 

In case you are having trouble seeing the parabola-shaped curve of the chemtrail in the above photo, here is a second shot of the same chemtrail from April 2014, taken just a few minutes later, in which I have added a series of small red-and-white arrows pointing to the sweep of the chemtrail's path:

 Suspicious airborne trails photographed by the author above Central Coast of California, April 23, 2014.

Suspicious airborne trails photographed by the author above Central Coast of California, April 23, 2014.

Once again, I blogged about this chemtrail back in 2014 as well -- interested readers can visit that post here. That post contains another photograph, taken just a few seconds after the above photograph was taken, showing some chemtrails in an adjacent part of the sky (basically, to the left of the image above, which is to say to the north) which are perfectly straight and all parallel to one another -- which refutes any critic who might argue that the dramatic bend in the above-pictured chemtrail might be caused by "wind shear" or other atmospheric phenomenon.

Photographs such as those shown above should leave little doubt that these persistent trails are not the product of "routine high-flying" passenger jets plying their way across the skies to take people to their various destinations. Someone is spraying something, out of aircraft which usually follow straight-line paths but which occasionally make dramatic turns, oxbows, and S-curves -- for reasons unknown.

The fact that this activity is not publicly debated by the legislative bodies established by the Constitution which sets out to establish a democratic representative republic in the united states -- and that this activity is actually denied, as though it is not going on at all -- indicates that we are not actually living in a democracy (or a democratic republic) as established by the Constitution.

If you lie to the people and tell them that some activity is not taking place, then no one can possibly argue that this activity is approved by the public (or by their elected representatives).

It is one thing for such activity to be going on above the heads of the people, and for some percentage of the population to disagree that such activity should be taking place. There could be public debate about the reasons why it is necessary, and those running in elections could make their opinions on the subject known to the voters, who could weigh their position on that issue along with the views of that candidate on other issues, before deciding on who they want to vote for.

But it is an entirely different matter for that activity to be going on in secret, with no debate, and indeed with active denial that it is taking place at all (even though it has obviously been going on for years) -- and to call anyone who brings up the obvious evidence that such spraying is taking place a "conspiracy theorist."

Indeed, the Wikipedia entry on the so-called "Chemtrail conspiracy theory" (which is linked above and a screenshot of which is included at the bottom of this post) consistently refers to those who believe that these trails represent something more than "routine water-based condensation trails" not only as "conspiracy theorists" but as anti-government conspiracy theorists. The Wikipedia entry cites belief in chemtrails as an example of "anti-government paranoia" and as being "particularly favored by right-wing groups because it fits well with deep suspicion of government."

However, as I have just explained, this activity is going on without any democratic debate, completely outside of the established organs of democratic government. I am neither right-wing (far from it) nor against government: I believe that a democratic government is supposed to represent the will of the people, and thus I am pro-government

The government should properly represent the power of the people (acting through their elected representatives in accordance with the Constitution) to stop criminal behavior, such as anti-competitive behavior on the part of large corporations (outlawed by anti-trust laws enacted during the last decade of the nineteenth and the first decades of the twentieth century), or the sale of adulterated food products and pharmaceuticals (prohibited by various laws  such as the Pure Food and Drug Act enacted during the first decade of the twentieth century and by the establishment of the Food and Drug Administration around 1930), or the deliberate pollution of streams and waterways (outlawed by various acts passed during the second half of the twentieth century, and by the establishment of the Environmental Protection Agency in 1970) -- and to this list of behavior which I believe the people, through their government, have the power to regulate and prohibit I would add the deliberate spraying of unknown substances from aircraft in high volumes and going on for years on end.

If we indeed lived in a democracy (or a democratic republic), then it would not be seen as "anti-government" to insist that such spraying be brought under the authority of the democratically-elected government. As it is, this spraying is going on without any democratic oversight whatsoever. Indeed, so far is it from being under democratic oversight, that the people are being deliberately told that it is not going on at all, and that anyone who draws the obvious conclusions from the evidence they can see with their own eyes over their heads on just about any given day of the week must be some kind of "right-wing" conspiracy theorist, exhibiting "anti-government paranoia."

Why the idea that a democratic government should have the authority to regulate the ongoing spraying of unknown substances into the air above our heads is "right-wing" is not explained in the Wikipedia article (or the sources it cites).

Why calls by citizens to their elected officials in the government to look into this obvious spraying is an example of "anti-government" sentiment (or, worse, "paranoia") is similarly not explained.

In fact, it is not explained because it is ludicrous and contradictory on its very face. The Wikipedia article (and the various "authoritative" articles that it cites in support of its condescending dismissal of the "chemtrail conspiracy theory") is not meant to inform: it is meant to ridicule, bully, and silence anyone who entertains the idea that the trails they are seeing in the sky could be anything other than "normal water-based contrails routinely left by high-flying aircraft."

This issue is an important issue -- but it is only one such example of an issue in which official sources can be seen to be deliberately lying to the people, which is profoundly undemocratic and indicates that something is gravely amiss with the current state of affairs. If official sources (including those cited by the Wikipedia article, which cites government sources denying that these persistent contrails represent deliberate spraying) will lie about this issue, then it stands to reason that they will lie about other matters, and indeed there is overwhelming evidence that they are lying about other matters as well.

Below is another image of the U-shaped chemtrails which I observed this morning (taken about ten minutes before the image shown above), as well as the latest version of the Wikipedia article ridiculing the "Chemtrail conspiracy theory." Interested readers can compare this latest Wikipedia entry with a screenshot I made of the Wikipedia entry on the "Chemtrail conspiracy theory" back in 2013 in this previous blog post. Unfortunately, that screenshot from 2013 does not include the entire Wikipedia entry, but it does include the first couple paragraphs, and as you can see, the language has changed since then (to become even more adamant that chemtrail believers are unscientific, and that their arguments are "flawed" and based on "misconceptions"). Obviously, Wikipedia remains steadfast over the course of many years in calling the idea of deliberate chemtrail spraying a "conspiracy theory," despite the clear evidence that these trails are not being laid down by routine jet aircraft flying along on ordinary flight paths.

We are being lied to.

 Suspicious airborne trails photographed by the author above Central Coast of California, October 26, 2018.

Suspicious airborne trails photographed by the author above Central Coast of California, October 26, 2018.

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