Organizers have designated April 25th “The Global March Against Geoengineering”. Since many will be recognizing Earth Day on April 25th, this is a prime time to expose the climate engineering issue.
Passing out informational flyers on climate engineering at Earth Day events is well worth doing as these events are everywhere. People who attend Earth Day events care about the planet, but generally are still unaware of the geoengineering nightmare going on in our skies.
I have participated in Earth Day gatherings, protests against mainstream media denial of climate engineering, and Alzheimer’s events where people were very interested in receiving information about climate engineering. It is imperative that people make their voices heard in this battle and showing up for an April 25th anti-geoengineering march in your own region is important. This being said, it is also essential to remember that every single day counts in the fight to expose and halt climate engineering. We must not stand idle in the battle while waiting for a particular day to come and go. Fighting the climate engineering insanity can be compared to staying fit, you don’t workout one or two days a year and then say you’re in shape; it’s an every day effort.
From our own home computers we can launch countless flaming arrows of credible data to groups, organizations, and individuals that would perhaps join us in this fight if they had any idea geoengineering was going on. We should all carry informational flyers with us wherever we go. We can and must make every effort to move the ball forward in this battle each and every day. How many people can one activist help to wake up by emailing out credible data to targeted groups and individuals over the course of even a single month? How many more might those newly awakened individuals and groups then help to wake up?
Again, we must make EVERY DAY count in the battle to expose and halt climate engineering. Below is a call to action from Christina Parousis, a very passionate and driven activist.
By Dane Wigington
Credits: Geoengineering Watch.