Saturday, April 23, 2016

Prince, Chemtrails, Earth Day, Broke LA (video)

Wisdom Quarterly; Prince;;; UCLA; Uprising; VegFest 
Prince talks about chemtrails with interviewer Tavis Smiley in 2011 about Dick Gregory's comments on the poisoning of malt liquor with lead and manganese and the skies [with nano-aluminum, blood cells, and barium]. A town in Australia has a murder rate 200 times its population because of manganese poisoning. But these substances are being used on purpose on our black, Native, and white populations. There were 8 presidents before George Washington?

In 2008 music execs asked Homer to murder Prince for not obeying them (The Simpsons).
April 22 is "Earth Day," celebrated around the world to remember the planet, Bhumi or Gaia or Tierra, our Mother Earth, Nature Goddess with its complex ecosystem earthlings (humans) are ruining to the detriment of all earthlings.

Today is a great day to go vegan, the single most significant an individual can do to improve health and the planet, to reduce water waste and world starvation. No movement is necessary because it's a personal choice, an action (karma) motivated by compassion for animals and other humans and oneself and wisdom.

(Dr. Russell Blaylock) What are chemtrails (aerosol spraying) doing to our brains? Neurosurgeon Dr. Blaylock, MD explains. Some nutrients can counteract harm (Min. 40). More

Russell Blaylock M.DThey (the ones who do things, i.e., the powers that be) have been spraying chemtrails (aerosol toxins that modify the weather to either increase or prevent rainfall because the drought is not an entirely natural phenomenon this time around). Whenever rain is forecast because of a weather front in the distance, the planes go up and crisscross the sky. Are they after rain in a drought, or are they causing the drought in the south by shunting moisture north with particulate matter that causes flooding elsewhere?

What makes Prince so famous? Purple Rain. Super Bowl XLI halftime show

Sometimes they start at the beaches and get blown inland. Today they were being sprayed over the San Gabriel mountains from the Inland Empire to the Pasadena foothills. It was clear blue skies with an occasional tuft of chemtrail haze.

But that haze finally grew until it was overcast with clouds high over the mountains. Interestingly, Prince knew something about that. Celebrities have more access than ordinary worldlings not working for the military-industrial complex, government, spy agencies, or select civilian corporations.

Prince, Tom Petty, Steve Winwood, Jeff Lynne, et al. play "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"
AUDIO (24 mins): Prince at American Music Awards, LA (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Avoid windstorms and 100,000 people on the desert freeway at Brokechella.
The scene at Brokechella (Broke LA Fest) where Los Angeles hipsters roam freely.
(VEG FEST LA) FREE, May 1, 2016, 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM. Celebrate the Earth!
Earth Day allows us to get off the sidelines and into the fight against climate chaos
Kathleen Rogers (, 4/22/16)
On April 22, 1970, 20 million Americans hit the streets to protest the environmental effects of more than 100 years of uncontrolled fossil-fueled industrial development in the US. It was the first Earth Day.

What was intended to be a college campus teach-in soon spread to every community and city across the United States. It was and remains the single largest secular event in history.

The sheer size of the protest -- along with increasing visual evidence of dire health threats associated with air and toxic pollution -- soon forced Congress to pass some of the world’s toughest environmental laws, most of which include community right-to-know provisions and allow citizens to sue their government if it fails to enforce the law.

Solar plane coasts over Pacific Ocean over the mainland of western US (AP PHOTOS)
Solar plane readies to land in California by Earth Day after 3-day flight A solar-powered airplane on a journey around the world was preparing to land in California on Saturday night to complete a risky, three-day flight across the Pacific Ocean. The Solar Impulse 2 was flying in a holding pattern off the San Francisco coast on 70 percent of stored energy while waiting for winds to decrease for landing at Moffett Airfield in Mountain View.

Citizens’ rights have been enshrined in every major environmental law from that point on. These laws spawned others around the world -- many more stringent than those in the US -- and most recognize the role of citizens in the enforcement of environmental laws.

Nearly 50 years later, Earth Day remains a day of reckoning, and now more than one billion people take action each year in almost every country on Earth. Some protest, many clean up their communities and plant trees, and millions more have their first exposure to environmentalism through educational programs at schools and universities.

Governments large and small make commitments and meet with their constituents, while corporations make pledges to be more sustainable and responsible for the pollution they create.

It is fitting, then, that United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon chose Earth Day (April 22) for world leaders to sign the historic Paris climate agreement at UN headquarters in New York. At least 150 world leaders are expected to sign, making it the largest single signing of an international agreement in world history -- another Earth Day first.

And it’s happening not a moment too soon. On every front, global warming is becoming more immediate, more threatening and more irreversible, while scientific consensus and data on the health effects of climate change -- particularly on the poor -- mount. More

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