AS YET UNPUBLISHED LETTER TO THE EDITOR OF THE VICTORIA NEWS ON CHEMTRAILS IN VICTORIA + CAPITAL REGIONAL DISTRICT,
+ COUNCILLOR BEN ISITT’S NON-INTEREST, OR INABILITY TO RECOGNIZE GEOENGINEERING
This letter, originally sent to the Vic. News Editor on October 29, has been re-sent recently to their online edition, however, and is now available for viewing there. If I am not mistaken, there were actually two editions of the paper that were published in succession, with no letters to the editor at all, during an election campaign, and I maintain that that is socially irresponsible of ‘green’ Globalist Black Press. Here it is:
Sunny Blue Gardeners ·
To: Editor, Victoria News
From: Gregory Paul Michael Hartnell, artist-historian
1357 Rockland Avenue
Victoria, British Columbia
Canada V8S 1V7
Tel. 250 382 97 67
LA ROSA: goyodelarosa.wordpress.com
Re: Councillor fails on chemtrails (Letters, Oct. 15), Writer’s wants unreasonable (Letters, Oct. 22), Nathan Philips’ photo of Dallas Road at night (Victoria Snapshot!, Oct. 29)
With publication of my Oct. 15 letter, Victoria News made history by introducing the ‘chemtrails’ geo-engineering issue into the Victoria election campaign.
As a Victoria-born artist-historian, I make no professional claims as to the science or ‘governance’ of this issue, although I have done extensive research on the alarming phenomenon in recent years, and have reached my own opinions, which are not relevant to this debate.
That letter was in response to one written by Victoria City Councillor Ben Isitt which criticized an article by the News’ B.C. Views columnist (Tom Fletcher fails to do his homework, Letters, Oct. 1).
That was a self-serving letter where Councillor Isitt bragged about things he is proud of doing in the last term.
Michael Sharpe, in his Oct. 22 letter, attempts to dismiss my well-founded concerns out of hand, by suggesting that simply requesting that Mr. Isitt, my Rockland neighbourhood liaison Councillor, do geo-engineering research on behalf of the City of Victoria and the Capital Regional District, is ‘completely nonsensical and an unreasonable expectation.’
If Councillor Isitt or his apologist Michael Sharpe are still not sure what ‘chemtrails’ look like, they can simply refer to the perfectly creepy dark Dallas Road sunset scene shown in photographer Nathan Philips’ Victoria Snapshot! on top of the front page of the October 29 issue of the Victoria News.
Thanks for allowing this discussion on ‘chemtrails’ geo-engineering during the election campaign, and for printing the stunning photo by Mr. Philips.
As I now realize that Councillor Isitt is too busy to pay attention to the obvious geo-engineering over Victoria and the CRD by looking up in the sky occasionally, I look forward to hearing whether any other Victoria election 2014 candidates are in any way concerned about the public health ‘governance’ aspects of this spraying.
Gregory Paul Michael Hartnell
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