Is Global Famine Coming in Late 2019 Courtesy of Geoengineering?

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by Catherine J Frompovich, DC Clothesline:

As I sit in SE Pennsylvania writing this article on May 12, 2019, I have to confess nothing here is normal weather-wise!  Hey, it’s supposed to be springtime. However, it’s damp, dark—almost like at the pre-sunset hour; raw—bone-penetrating raw temps—at midday with temperatures ranging anywhere from the low 40s to 50s, depending upon location.  Geo-engineered rain is falling—as most days in the last 2 years—all day long from microwave-produced scalar clouds.  What a waste of ‘programmed’ water resources, which could be “meteorologically delivered” to the West Coast of the USA, that’s if weather programming geoengineers were generous and didn’t want to negatively and agriculturally ‘strategically’ impact the premiere fresh food (fruits and vegetables) growing state in the USA.

Yesterday began as a cloudless, dusky-clear-blue sky, with the blessed SUN shining overhead.  I think everyone in the region was out and about basking in the luxury of SUNSHINE!  Then, about 4PMish, 2 weather engineering planes flew overhead creating one spectacularly HUGE letter “X” in the sky above, which spread into an all-encompassing cloud cover apparently filled with high-energy microwave scalar clouds to usher in today’s “unseasonable” weather.  Nothing here regarding weather is normal anymore; even radio commentators make remarks!  By the way, this pattern will last until Wednesday, May 15th, when the Sun and near normal temperatures are predicted to return. Then the apparent pre-programmed weather pattern probably will be rain or thundershowers daily, as has been the normal spring weather pattern in 2019.

In this region, it’s supposed to be spring crop planting time for farmers, who apparently are not very happy about muddy growing fields.  No dry-out times seemingly are permitted this spring.  Frankly, I can see it coming: No food harvests due to weather-issue-related crop damage and failures! 

Question: Is Big Money trying to start up a new agricultural industry: Hothouse farming?

The 2018 growing season in Pennsylvania was a disaster for many farmers. 

March 25, 2019,

The Wolf Administration today notified farmland owners in 61 Pennsylvania counties that they are eligible to receive disaster relief assistance from the United States Department of Agriculture.

Source: Governor Tom Wolf

If the same geoengineered wet weather patterns of the 2018 growing season will be dumped upon Pennsylvania AGAIN during the 2019 food growing season—wet planting spring and a wet autumn harvest time, will we lose more of our local farms and farmers—is that the ultimate plan, especially for those committed food producers who practice organic farming?  Is a pattern starting to present, which no one seems to be recognizing, nor doing anything about, specifically here in the Commonwealth?  Why aren’t ‘progressive’ legislators highlighting obvious weather disasters similarly to how they tout socialism?  Who’s bridling opposition to what is apparent ‘weaponized weather’?

But Pennsylvania is not unique!

Texas and Pennsylvania seem to have similar flooding weather patterns.

Recent winter and spring 2019 weather all across the USA ought to become more apparent than a wake-up call to we, who are involved with … eating food.  Is there a clarion-type, food-production disaster developing within the USA agricultural system?  Cui bono?  Big Ag and Factory Farming!

Need proof?

Let’s recall some documented disastrous weather situations being blamed on “Mother Nature”:

  • California’s long-drawn-out six-year drought
  • California’s 2018 ‘forest’ fires
  • California’s current wind and water damage to the above affected areas

12-16-2018; Massive Frontal System Moving Into CA; Heavy Aerosol Chemtrail Spraying Over So. CA!!
14:54 minutes

https://youtu.be/w8Fn47RIrUg?t=13

  • The U.S. Midwest disastrous snow, melt and flooding killing thousands of food-producing cattle[1]
  • The ‘drowning’ of grain and crop-growing fields in the “breadbasket” of the USA, the Midwest

The states in the region — North DakotaSouth DakotaNebraskaKansasMinnesotaIowa, and Missouri — are considered to be the “breadbasket of America” and produce agricultural staples such as corn, wheat, milk, and cattle for the United States and the world.[2]

  • Global food growing also has been impacted due to apparent disastrous weather engineered storms[3]. “Programmed weather,” for which there are hundreds of U.S. patents, will affect agriculture due to changes in average temperatures, rainfall and climate extremes, e.g., methane releases[4], excessive summer heat[5], the melting of ice fields, glaciers and the Antarctic ice shelf[6].

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