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A First For Northland Field Days - A Geoengineering/Chemtrails Education Stand, Linking Droughts To Aerosols

Northland — Aerosol trails sprayed from aircraft, which are apparent on most clear days, point to Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering, (SAG), as being the principle cause of Northland's latest extreme weather. Members of Northland NZ Chemtrails Watch had a stand at the Northland Field Days in Dargaville to educate the public about chemtrails/ geoengineering and their link to drought-inducement. This is the first time there has been a stand at the Northland Field Days regarding SAG.

Many aerosols, otherwise known as "chemtrails," were visible in the sky at the Field Days

By Clare Swinney

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Spring westerlies kick-start September

Spring westerlies arrived during the first few days of September, and prevailed during the first half of the month. These stormy westerly quarter winds produced very wet conditions on the West Coast of the South Island, but in contrast, a rather dry month in eastern areas of both islands. From mid-month, a pattern change saw more anticyclones than usual lie over New Zealand and to the east of the country. This combination of patterns resulted in more northwest winds than normal over New Zealand for the month of September, overall.


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