Peter Kirby And Ginny Silcox Talk Chemtrails With Project Camelot NEW INTERVIEW [Video]

Peter Kirby And Ginny Silcox Talk Chemtrails With Project Camelot NEW INTERVIEW

By Activist Post

Kerry Cassidy of Project Camelot recently interviewed Activist Post’s committed Chemtrail and GeoEngineering researcher Peter Kirby along with his science advisor Ginny Silcox.  Although they have been working together for many years, this is the first time the two have been interviewed together and the result is a fascinating two-hour discussion filled with real environmentalism and conspiracy fact.

While exposing and lampooning the mad science establishment, Peter goes over some new information concerning John G. Trump and William Raborn.  For the more adept, the wide-ranging, two-hour conversation is lent credibility by Ginny’s deep scientific knowledge.  Topics covered include: the electromagnetic aspects of the New Manhattan Project, the coal fly ash hypothesis, Alfred Lee Loomis, the Chemtrail fleet, mind control, and much more. [Note: 26 sec. download/lead in]


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