'It’s been called a conspiracy theory so many times that it’s easy for people to overlook the ever-growing body of evidence that atmospheric spraying (chemtrails) is in fact happening today. It is well-documented that governments the world over have geoengineering programs, which include cloud-seeding and the airborne dispersal of aluminum, barium, strontium, lithium and other toxic agents.
In recent years a handful of celebrities and entertainers have made it clear that they don’t think chemtrails are a just theory. Before he died of an opioid overdose, the artist Prince spoke out about chemtrails in an interview with Tavis Smiley on PBS.
In 2016, Chuck Norris wrote an article for WND entitled, ‘Sky Criminals,’ which was a follow-up to other articles he had penned. Merle Haggard was outspoken about chemtrails, even mentioning them in the song ‘What I Hate.’ Actor Vin Diesel in 2016 posted a photo on his social media, showing his view of the cloud lines in the sky phenomenon.
Recently, legendary reggae music artist and producer Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry has joined the ranks of these well-known entertainers by commenting about chemtrails in a social media post. Additionally, he called out the controversial new 5G network that is being installed everywhere at present.
“HOW MANY MORE HAPPY YEARS WE’LL HAVE WITH THIS NEW 5G TECHNOLOGY, I GOT A MESSAGE FROM MY FRIEND ALEX MARLEY THAT JAMAICA ALSO GOT CHEMTRAILS!!!
SO, THERE IS NO MORE RUNNING AWAY TO JAMAICA FROM THE CHEMTRAILS! POISON EVERYWHERE!!! AND NOW THEY ARE GOING TO ROAST US AND MICROWAVE US WITH THE 5G” ~Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry
Scratch is one of the most eccentric, enigmatic, and prolific figures in reggae music history, as well as one of the most successful. He’s not alone on his concern over these serious issues.'
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