An interview with a U.S Air Force whistle blower adds a new perspective to the ongoing controversy surrounding geo-engineering methods (also known as chemtrails). Kristen Meghan spent nine years on active duty in the U.S. Air Force in Bio-environmental Engineering. She audited chemicals as part of her duties, and when she heard about the chemtrails conspiracy Meghan wanted to prove it wrong. But the opposite happened. Meghan’s investigations led her to believe we are being sprayed. She paid a heavy price, claiming the military threatened to lock her up and take away her daughter if she didn’t quit asking questions.
“In an attempt to debunk it, it changed my life,” Meghan says. “I started noticing large quantities (of chemicals) on the system that did not have a manufacture name and weren’t tied to a building- that was normal protocol.”
Meghan began taking scientific samples. She saw that the same chemicals stored in the top-secret hangar were also in the water, air and soil in various locations. The form and enormous quantity of the pollutants found could not be explained by nature. So how did it get there?
Meghan, who went public with the information in 2012, believes that geo-engineering serves a profit-driven motive. By changing weather patterns and destroying the Earth’s natural ecosystems, corporate oligarchies make sure we are completely reliant on them. Big agriculture, bottled water producers, Monsanto seeds; all of these industries thrive when nature is jeopardized. In other words, Meghan believes, geo-engineering feeds the Corporatist machine.