LETTER: Stop the chemtrails


I am writing this in hopes that you will publish this important cry for help in the Grand Forks valley. The situation to which I’m referring has been going on for years, however last week was the worst ever witnessed.  The help we need has to come in the form of answers – answers about the amazing amount of air traffic over our tiny valley.

Passenger planes crossed our valley in a continuous action from 5:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Friday, May 13.  I for one, watched – as I have been doing for 12-plus years – and what I witnessed astonished and terrified my family and I.

The blue of our sky was turned a misty grey by 1 p.m.  Anyone that cared to look would have noticed the abnormalities.

Please people, look up!

Remember your childhood (if you are from here) and think of what our beautiful sunshine valley used to look like in spring, summer and fall.  This is not it!

Call, write and maybe yell at your local paper as well your elected MP.

His job is to find these things out and he is willing to do so if enough people make their voices heard.

What those planes are spraying must be brought to light for the good of us all and for the good of our children.

I witnessed three planes flying in tandem side-by-side, about five kilometres apart, blasting something behind them across our skies.

I also witnessed on the 13th of May 2011, a passenger plane flying from the west to east of our valley, then perform an elongated 180-degree turn and continue back towards the west.  Trailing this horrible plume the whole way!

We need answers, please, anyone who reads this call or write someone, go online and explore chemtrails for yourselves.

Ben Sorensen, Grand Forks

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