May41970 has given me permission to post some of our recent e-mails. The slugs over at DebateBothSides are making it impossible to have good chemtrail threads. Thus, we have been sending emails back and forth to take deep breaths, that we are face to face with low level spooks and nutcases.
It is no fun to be aware of chemtrails. We are two people who happened to show up at around the same time to Chemtrail Central in 2006 and have since discovered that all the major chemtrail forums have been and still are being besieged by fake believers. The astroturfing motive is to portray chemtrails as kooky.
Interesting Article I found.
Just skimmed over it once so far, but this one line caught my eye. Don't get me wrong. I'm not asking you to come out with an attack on Lou. Unless you've got something really solid on him, that is.
But it does kind of add up, doesn't it?
Is it common knowledge that Lou is ex-navy intelligence? Who is used to large-scale military exercises?
"A former US Navy Intelligence courier, Aubuchont was used to large-scale military exercises. But he told S.T. he had never seen anything this big. "It looked like an invasion," he later recounted."
That's a Will Thomas Article
I haven't read much Will Thomas, but the fact that he references Mark Steadham and Lou in the same article doesn't look good - perhaps Will's just gullible.
But the other thing I keep thinking - Will Thomas makes money off chemtrails. Same as Alex Jones makes money off 911 conspiracy. It rubs me the wrong way.
And Soc, I like it when you call me "chief." In fact, it reminds me of my all time favorite novel - Ken Kesey's "One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest." And maybe in a way, I kind of am like "chief broom" and you're like MacMurphy. (don't confuse the book with the movie. Movie's good, but so watered down that the real message is lost) The book, on the other hand, after my third reading at the age of 30-hit some part of me and changed the whole direction of my life. My life would have been a lot easier and happier if I had never read it. Or at least if it had never touched me.
In my view, the book is about making decisions as you go through life - and which direction is the best: the smart way or the right way? Like if we were smart, soc, we'd stop banging our heads on the wall; we'd decide that we are outnumbered and give up.
I'm glad that I seldom, if ever choose the smart way. Unfortunately, the only rewards for such decisons are ridicule, poverty, unhappiness. Sometimes worse, if you live in the wrong part of the earth. Hell, but at least when I die (many decades from now I hope), that I can go with real peace.
Maybe more on that another day.
But PLEASE, if you want to call me "chief," don't word the same word on pieces of shit like thermit. I know it's a minor slip up for you, but it means something to me.
socrates I'm not gonna come out and say that Dewey189 is disinfo , but I am starting to think she might be based on how she isn't really differentiating between what Halva and Kola do and what we do. This is how they keep preying on us. Swampgas? Who wouldn't have wanted to believe he was for real, or alcon777, who wouldn't want to see a pilot come out with "proof" of chemtrails?
They are having a laugh on the world, people like alcon777, Lou, Swamp, they are like Robert Taylor of AONN Records, just having a big laugh.
Deep down they hate peaceniks. I bet they love the military and think U.S. aircraft should be able to do whatever they want anytime. Maybe they think it's just contrails and air force training. Maybe they think chemtrails are real but are good for us, so therefore it's a good thing to present chemtrails as kooky. Perhaps they are simply making a buck off of their head games and cynically don't care one way or the other.