Mohave County Board of Health Epidemiologist Shills for Her Masters as Chemtrail Toxins Poison Populace
The Intel Hub
December 25, 2011
On October 17th of 2011 a Mohave County Board of Health Epidemiologist shills her masters with glee, as she and the rest of the populace are being poisoned from geoengineering airborne particulates less than 2 microns in diameter.
The epidemiologist (who was asked by the board to prepare a short report) goes on to point out (in a high school-like fashion) that barium, aluminum, and strontium are natural elements found in the earth and certain types of nuts, therefore we all should essentially have these elements within our bloodstreams (at toxic levels) — unfortunately her claim undermines over 15 years of scientific research and data on geoengineering (chemtrailing) operations.
March 30th of 2011 The Intel Hub put to rest (any hearsay) once and for all, that geoengineering programs are in fact taking place, the president and congress are aware of it, and have in fact authorized government funding under bio-weapons testing clauses through PUBLIC LAW 105–85—NOV. 18, 1997 (which allows bio-weapons to be tested on all American citizens without consent).
An excerpt from the article entitled Exposed: Secret Presidential Chemtrail Budget Uncovered – Congress Exceeds Billions To Spray Populace Like Roaches — The Budget Obama Didn’t Want You to Know About reads;
Back tracking to the year 2001, President elect George W. Bush established the (CCRI) Climate Change Research Initiative. A year later it was made public that the USGCRP or United States Global Change Research program and the CCRI both would become what is known as the (CCSP) Climate Change Science Program. Now, under the Obama Administration the legacy continues to move forward as the USGCRP.
A report entitled “Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States” released in 2009, documents how the USGCRP divided the US into nine regions similar to FEMA regions. Also tucked into the report was the statement “A central finding of the report was that the vast majority of climate scientists agree that global warming is unequivocal and primarily human induced” – Source: Our Changing Planet.
The document goes on to mention the devastating effects of climate change, including the effect on crops, human health and livestock.
But the most startling fact in the document is the actual budget itself, a mere 2.7 billion for 2011 alone (not including many costs) 24% higher than 2010’s budget.
The Global Change Research ACT of 1990, SEC. 102, Committee on Earth and Environmental Sciences states;
a) ESTABLISHMENT.–The President, through the Council, shall establish a Committee on Earth and Environmental Sciences. The Committee shall carry out Council functions under section 401 of the National Science and Technology Policy, Organization, and Priorities Act of 1976 (42 U.S.C. 6651) relating to global change research, for the purpose of increasing the overall effectiveness and productivity of Federal global change research efforts.
(b) MEMBERSHIP.–The Committee shall consist of at least one representative from–
1. the National Science Foundation;
2. the National Aeronautics and Space Administration;
3. the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the Department of Commerce;
4. the Environmental Protection Agency;
5. the Department of Energy;
6. the Department of State;
7. the Department of Defense;
8. the Department of the Interior;
9. the Department of Agriculture;
10. the Department of Transportation;
11. the Office of Management and Budget;
12. the Office of Science and Technology Policy;
13. the Council on Environmental Quality;
14. the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences of the National Institutes of Health; and
15. such other agencies and departments of the United States as the President or the Chairman of the Council considers appropriate.
Such representatives shall be high ranking officials of their agency or department, wherever possible the head of the portion of that agency or department that is most relevant to the purpose of the title described in section 101(b).
(c) CHAIRPERSON.–The Chairman of the Council, in consultation with the Committee, biennially shall select one of the Committee members to serve as Chairperson. The Chairperson shall be knowledgeable and experienced with regard to the administration of scientific research programs, and shall be a representative of an agency that contributes substantially, in terms of scientific research capability and budget, to the Program.
(d) SUPPORT PERSONNEL.–An Executive Secretary shall be appointed by the Chairperson of the
Committee, with the approval of the Committee. The Executive Secretary shall be a permanent employee of one of the agencies or departments represented on the Committee, and shall remain in the employ of such agency or department. The Chairman of the Council shall have the authority to make personnel decisions regarding any employees detailed to the Council for purposes of working on business of the Committee pursuant to section 401 of the National Science and Technology Policy, Organization, and Priorities Act of 1976 (42 U.S.C. 6651).
(e) FUNCTIONS RELATIVE TO GLOBAL CHANGE.–The Council, through the Committee, shall be responsible for planning and coordinating the Program. In carrying out this responsibility, the Committee shall–
1. serve as the forum for developing the Plan and for overseeing its implementation;
2. improve cooperation among Federal agencies and departments with respect to global change research activities;
3. provide budgetary advice as specified in section 105;
4. work with academic, State, industry, and other groups conducting global change research, to
provide for periodic public and peer review of the Program;
5. cooperate with the Secretary of State in– (A) providing representation at international meetings and conferences on global change research in which the United States participates; and
(B) coordinating the Federal activities of the United States with programs of other nations and with international global change research activities such as the International Geosphere-Biosphere Program;
6. consult with actual and potential users of the results of the Program to ensure that such results are useful in developing national and international policy responses to global change; and
7. report at least annually to the President and the Congress, through the Chairman of the Council, on Federal global change research priorities, policies, and programs.”
The following is a list of the members included in the Subcommittee on Global Change Research;
SUBCOMMITTEE ON GLOBAL CHANGE RESEARCH
Made up of the following members:
Thomas Karl -Department of Commerce Chair
Thomas Armstrong – Department of the Interior Vice Chair, Adaptation Research
Mike Freilich – National Aeronautics and Space Administration Vice Chair, Integrated Observations
Timothy Killeen – National Science Foundation Vice Chair, Strategic Planning
William Breed -U.S. Agency for International Development
John Balbus – Department of Health and Human Services
William Hohenstein – Department of Agriculture
Jack Kaye – National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Chester Koblinsky – Department of Commerce
Linda Lawson – Department of Transportation
Leonard Hirsch – Smithsonian Institution
Anna Palmisano – Department of Energy
A description of the subcommittee on (p.2) Our Changing Planet Reads;
“The USGCRP is directed by the Subcommittee for Global Change Research (SGCR), which falls under the National Science and Technology Council. The SGCR comprises representatives from 13 departments and agencies and is led by a Chair from one of the participating agencies (currently from the Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration [NOAA]). In order to align the program’s governance with the needs, Vice- Chairs have been identified for Strategic Planning, Integrated Observations, and Adaptation Research. Additional vice-chairs will be identified as needed. The program is supported by the USGCRP Integration and Coordination Office and conducts many of its activities through interagency working groups that plan and implement research and crosscutting activities, such as communications, decision support, and information and data concerns. The Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) and Office of Management and Budget (OMB) work closely with the SGCR, the Integration and Coordination Office, and the interagency working groups to establish research priorities and funding plans to ensure that the program is aligned with national priorities, reflects agency planning, and meets the requirements of the GCRA. “
The Subcommittee in question has now supplied the President with a supplement to the fiscal budget for 2011, which was presented to members of congress in January of 2011 on behalf of the National Science and Technology Policy – Assistant to the President for Science and Technology, John P. Holdren.
The (USGCRP) brings together a total of 13 different agencies and merges them into one single agency program that has been in the works science 1988 or prior.
In 1990 the USGCRP received generous congressional support under (GCRA P.L. 101-606). It is no mystery that aerosol spraying operations have been ongoing since the early 1990’s. Prior to 1990 one could enjoy a true clear blue sky, a figment of the past in 2011 – where none are to be found.
Now fast forwarding back to 2011 — Alan Di Cicco (a concerned Mohave County resident) confronted the Mohave County Board of Health with real questions, that demand real answers. But the answers he got might surprise you, take a look;
Alan Di Cicco’s intelligence was insulted as his barium blood levels top 150, while the board sat in silence like mute sheep with commands from their masters to say nothing and lay down and die themselves from toxic poisoning due to aerosol spraying operations now affecting the populace worldwide worldwide.
The board gave their shill epidemiologist 20 minutes to push propaganda, while they cut Alan Di Cicco short.
Another question still remains unanswered with members of the board “Who wants to drink the rain water?”