CONGRESSIONAL BILL ASKED FOR CHEMTRAILS BAN
CHEMTRAILS CAPABLE OF "PLANETARY DESTRUCTION"
The Space Preservation Act, HR2977, introduced October 2001 by Ohio Rep. Dennis Kucinich, called for the peaceful uses of space, and a ban on 'exotic weapons'. Section 7 sought specifically to prohibit chemtrails.
Kucinich told the Columbus Alive newspaper (1/24/2002) that despite official denials, as head of the Armed Services Oversight Committee he is well acquainted with chemtrail projects. Kuchinich stated "The truth is there's an entire program in the Department of Defense, 'Vision 2020" that's developing these weapons. Vision 2020 calls for 'dominance of space, land, sea and air'.
Under pressure, according to Kuchinich,
all references to chemtrails, HAARP and other weapons capable of planetary destruction were removed from HR2977. The original bill remains intact and on-file in the congressional record.
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