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Chemtrails are long-lasting trails left in the sky by aircraft that routinely spray highly toxic chemicals such as aluminium into the atmosphere.
While the conspiracy theory may be somewhat hard to swallow, convincing arguments do exist – though they are few. For example, in the video below, Rosalind Peterson, the former president of Agriculture Defense Coalition, addresses the United Nations on chemtrails, geoengineering, and weather modification. What she relays is sobering:
Those who believe in chemtrails claim that the skies are being polluted with aluminum, barium, lead, arsenic, chromium, cadmium, selenium, and silver. All of which contribute to a host of health problems, including neurological effects, heart damage, eyesight issues, reproduction failures, immune system damage, gastrointestinal disorders, kidney damage, liver damage, hormonal problems, and more.
The topic of chemtrails, like many subjects, is very controversial. Understandably, one may be wary about accepting any so-called ‘evidence’. However, it appears that famous actor Vin Diesel may just be drawing attention to the presence of chemtrails in the photo below.
In the picture the Fast and Furious star recently posted to Facebook, he is seen crossing his fingers like the white streaks seen behind him in the sky.
Already, the photo has amassed 1.7 million likes. Some commenters were quick to point out their thoughts on the matter – as well as lend support to Diesel.
Said, Jonathan Paull:
Activist Kat Bartel also commented:
Source: Your News Wire