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Imagine a World…

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​I found this post by an anonymous author on a social media platform to be both interesting and inspiring…

Imagine a World…
Imagine a World…

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Phil Humphries

Mar 19, 2020

Let’s start with the first stanza.

Chemtrails do not exist—contrails do. 

Fluoridated water is good if you like to keep your teeth.

I’m not an expert on this, but GMO crops may mean the difference between nutrition and starvation for many parts of the world— even more likely with the accelerating climate change effects.

Now the third stanza.

How are all the imagined items going to happen if we keep “all the money we work hard to earn”. Taxes, anyone?

 

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Mike Rostron

May 13, 2020

This sounds like it was written by someone wearing a tinfoil hat, while watching Fox News on an i-phone, and sitting at a pew in a megachurch. It’s also not so subtly bigoted. “Imagine a world without violent gangs and migrants.”

As far as “spiritual faith inspiring everyone to love one another”—how well has that worked the last 2000 years? John Lennon and many other  thinkers and dreamers have a better idea—imagine a world entirely without religion.

How can anyone with a modicum of sense or scientific education believe the chemtrail B.S.? The only thing this rediculous and artless post lacks is a couple more stanzas about Flat Earth and the Illuminati. 

 

 

 

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Larry Horowitz

May 13, 2020

I guess former CIA Director John Brennan was wearing a tin hat when he reported on geoengineering and stratospheric aerosal injection (SAI) when speaking to the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) in June 2016.

If there is no such thing as a “chemtrail” then why is the term used is H.R. 2977 at the 107th Congress 1st session?  See page 4, line 15.

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