Geoengineering a real air quality problem

In response to the Municipality of North Cowichan and their upcoming proposals ban wood burning fireplaces during air quality advisories.

In response to the Municipality of North Cowichan and their upcoming proposals ban wood burning fireplaces during air quality advisories.

In the last month we were informed that Duncan has installed air quality monitors. This is wonderful. When do we, the taxpayers have an opportunity to see these reports and what exactly is in our air? We deserve that right before you start sending out fines etc. to the homeowners who operate woodstoves.

On a recent conversation with the Ministry of Transportation, we were informed that geoengineering is done regularly overhead. According to GeoengineeringWatch.org, we would have to include aluminum, barium, strontium and other dangerous air particles in your monitoring. If this is not considered, then everything you propose is a complete waste of time. Soil samples should also be taken.

Right now, there are 12 very accredited lawyers, three Canadian and nine U.S., who are formulating a plan of legal action to expose and halt the ongoing climate engineering assault, and health damage attributed to this practice. Council and government need to encompass all air pollutants and do some real honest research, on what is really effecting the health and welfare of our citizens.

 

Bruce Fogel

Duncan