Chemtrails or just contrails?


  • “In the event that I am reincarnated, I would like to return as a deadly virus, in order to contribute something to solve overpopulation.” – Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh, in the foreword to If I Were an Animal
  • “A total population of 250-300 million people, a 95% decline from present levels, would be ideal.” – Ted Turner, founder of CNN

Type “environment, eugenics quotes,” or words of that effect, into any search engine and these are just some of the environmental extremist/anti-human comments you’ll find. With that in mind, perhaps it shouldn’t be surprising that one of the fastest growing conspiracy theories in recent years has been the chemtrail conspiracy or the theory that governments are spraying the air with poisonous chemicals in order to combat overpopulation and/or climate change.

While the mainstream media is dismissing such theories as internet “paranoia porn” and attempting to debunk chemtrail sightings as being harmless aeroplane contrails (the chief difference being vapour contrails should disappear almost immediately or within a few minutes, not linger for hours!), the fact is that, around the world, concerned citizens are reporting and photographing the phenomenon.

Sceptical but concerned about some possible chemtrail sightings of my own, I caught up with conspiracy researcher and filmmaker Timucin Leflef to get his take on the chemtrail phenomenon. Bellow you can read Leflef’s answers to my questions:

Richard Thomas: Assuming chemtrails really do exist is there any evidence of what they might be spraying us with?

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