Sunday, April 25, 2010

NATO INVENTED THE ASH CLOUD?

The arrow points to some ash. The 'aerosol index' shows the concentration of particles in the air (Mail on Sunday: The ash cloud that never was.)

On 15 April 2010, airspace was closed over Britain and most of Europe.

Airspace opened again on 21 April 2010.

NATO was carrying out a large airforce exercise in Europe between 12 April and 22 April 2010.

On 25 April 2010, The Mail on Sunday (The ash cloud that never was.) reports that:

1. During the crisis, the main aircraft used by the UK Meteorological Office to measure ash density was grounded, 'as it was due to be repainted'.

2. Computers at the Met Office produced maps showing the ash would cover an area stretching from Russia to Newfoundland.

But across almost all of this area, there was virtually no ash at all.

There was none visible to satellites.

3. The maximum density of ash over Britain was about one twentieth of the limit that scientists, the Government, and aircraft and engine manufacturers have now decided is safe.

Jim McKenna, the Civil Aviation Authority's head of Airworthiness, Strategy and Policy has admitted: 'It's also true that for some of the time, the density of ash above the UK was close to undetectable.'



Was the Iceland volcano story faked?

On 20 April 2010, at MMnews - Webcam - Vulkan friedlich - [ Translate this page ], we read that:

1. The media manipulated the images of the eruption of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano.

The media used images of the volcano which were a week old.

Imagery of an eruption was shown at a time when the mountain was peaceful.

2. If there was a lot of ash, filming the volcano would be difficult. The lens would be covered in ash?

3. There have always been volcanic eruptions in Iceland. Many were worse than the present eruption. But past eruptions have not caused problems for airlines.

4. There have been very big eruptions from the largest volcano in Europe, Mount Etna in Sicily.

Etna erupted in 2002.

Satellite images showed a many hundred of kilometer long time plume of smoke from Etna.

But neither smoke nor ash stopped air traffic at that time.

"Some wonder whether there is something else going on under the cover of earthquake eruptions, such as a test run to shut down air travel internationally."

From 12 April to 22 April 2010, NATO airforces took part in Exercise BRILLIANT ARDENT 10. (http://www.usafe.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123199666)

This large scale NATO Response Force Air Live Exercise was hosted by Germany. (arthurzbygniew.blogspot/)

So, they cleared the air of civil aircraft?

"NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said on 19 April 2010 that the ash cloud was not affecting the alliance's military readiness." (Iceland eruption )

On 20 April 2010, The Mail reported that 40 test flights across Europe found NO evidence of ash in jet engines, windows or lubrication systems. (Iceland volcano eruption: Met Office criticised. )

Matthias Ruete, the European Commission's director general of transport, said air traffic authorities should not have imposed a widespread ban on flights.

Iceland has had fairly frequent volcanic eruptions and sometimes they have gone on for many months.

None of the previous eruptions has affected international air travel in the same way as the April 2010 eruption.

As the Telegraph points out today, "Volcanoes have pumped ash plumes of this size and bigger into the atmosphere many times in the past without turning an entire continent into a no-fly zone."

Volcanic erruptions are fairly frequent in Indonesia.

In 1982, in Indonesia, a British Airways Jumbo flew directly over an erupting volcano and lost power to all its engines.

Large rocks were found in the engines.

The jumbo did regain power and landed safely.



arthurzbygniew.blogspot/ drew our attention to an article at rense, (rense.com) by F. William Engdahl.

Among the points made:

1. After the eruption of the Eyjafjallajoekull volcano in Iceland on April 14 air traffic across Europe was grounded.

2. Joachim Hunold, CEO of Germany's second largest carrier, Air Berlin, stated in Bild am Sonntag, "not one single weather ballon has been put up in Germany to measure if and how much volcanic ash there is in the air. The closing of the airspace is entirely based on the results of a computer simulation at the Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre (VAAC) in England."

3. Veteran Air France pilot, Steven Savignol, said: "I can tell you from my own experience that with blue skies, aircrafts can fly perfectly and very safely. They made test flights with Air France, KLM, Lufthansa and of course, all is ok!"

4. The VAAC in England was working from a "computer simulation," and "has not even conducted an actual sky ash measurement."

The agency responsible for Volcanic Ash measurement for the region, including Iceland, is Britain's "Met Office," the UK's National Weather Service, which in turn is a Trading Fund within the Ministry of Defence, operating on a commercial basis under set targets according to their website.

5. The Iceland eruption is a relatively minor one.

6. Modern jet aircraft engines are robust, says Air France's Savignol.

They have to face not only the hazards of bird strikes, but rain, hail and even salt spray on take-off from coastal airports. Furthermore, sand is a common hazard from dust storms and from desert airfields.

7. The blanket ban under clear blue skies and glorious sunshine across Europe made some wonder whether there was something else going on under the cover of earthquake eruptions, such as a test run to shut down air travel internationally.

Since no one has ever been injured from an aircraft disabled by a volcanic eruption, it is a question that lingers.

Luis posted this comment:

The Spanish version of Meyssan's VoltaireNet mentions that the NATO exercise was to test new tactical weapons related to the anti-missile shield.

Seeing as the US's anti-missile programme is such crap, clearing the skies was the only way to make the buggery thing work.

He also points out that the costs to the European airlines industry was devastating, leaving them exposed to takeovers by US operators.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Spanish version of Meyssan's VoltaireNet mentions that the NATO exercise was to test new tactical weapons related to the anti-missile shield. Seeing as the US's anti-missile programme is such crap, clearing the skies was the only way to make the buggery thing work.

He also points out that the costs to the European airlines industry was devastating, leaving them exposed to takeovers by US operators.

Forget the big bang-bang war in the Middle East, that’s all a distraction, the real war is a social/economic/financial one against the rest of us.

Luis

Ruth said...

I agree. Our governments are our enemies.

#6 said...

Another consideration-- this is the same time frame when the "new" US military spaceship was launched officially.

Rachel said...

Excellent post. On day 3 of the standdown, I filmed tankers spraying aerosols over Berlin, so I don 't buy the ash cloud story.

Anonymous said...

One event can have several angle's or possible 'benefits' to the globalist swine who manipulate them.

Possible abuses of the small volcano eruption.

1. Bring all airspace in Europe under central control.
2. Good excuse to prevent world leaders from attending Polish government funerals.........allowing media to avoid coverage and drawing attention to likely mass murder based on independent banking, rejection of EU controls and refusal to play swine flu games.
3. Nato war games, new missile tests.
4. Probing of gullibility index of unwashed masses. Some of our crisis like the underwear bomber, the swine flue and this volcano are pretty obvious manipulated events to those of us who are awake. I believe the 911 truth movement has rattled our leaders as too many of us see through the lies. If there is a new big 911 in the works (terrorists with nukes seem to be a hot topic) some of these events may be a good way to probe us people, our collective mindset and the chance that we would fall for another big event.

The reaction of Europe and the civilized world the the EU airspace shutdown was IMO an indication that the masses will believe anything, anything if our precious TV says so.

I am one of those who believes the last big play by the NWO to close the door, will be the fake UFO invasion a la Wernher von Braun.
Based on what I see, the people are very well conditioned to believe it. The Stephen Hawking news over this past weekend is just more conditioning.

Sorry for the long winded rambling comment........

I enjoy your blog and learn much from it, thanks and keep up the great work.

Draugluin said...

One reason to run a test at grounding air traffic came into my mind a couple of days ago.

When we look how Greece is being handed over to IMF with Portugal and eventually Spain following and at that time euro-countries won't survive any longer, I was simply thinking: "The Greek people will leave their country."

Well... Unless such a volcanic eruption would be present 24/7.

Maybe this was just a test to see if such grounding would bring down more vital elements i.e. is this doable for larger scale later on.

slozo said...

A view from space's Gary Bell (am 640, Toronto radio show on Sat nights) has, for the last two episodes, talked about the imaginary ashcloud - a real emperor's clothes scenario.

His theory is that everything points to a future false portrayal of aliens coming to earth to reveal themselves, when they are in fact holograms. This would be the reason for the space station, and the various sattelites put up there - for broadcast. The grounding of all air traffic over europe was to test the holograms, so that they wouldn't be spotted.

It sounds fantastical, but you need to listen to his show first, judge second. His specialty is old religions and symbology, and he is a well researched felow - archives of shows here at the bottom right: http://www.conspiracyculture.com/

Anon said...

Dear Anonymous,

Your comments make good sense.

The UFO idea seems to have been promoted by the CIA.

So a 'fake UFO invasion' is a possibility.

Cheers,

- Aangirfan

Anon said...

Thanks for all the comments.

- Aangirfan

Anon said...

Dear Slozo,

Many thanks for the link.

Cheers,

Aangirfan.

 
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