Third Of Americans Now Admit Concerns Over Geoengineering
Chemtrails are one of the most taboo, as well as intentionally confused, subjects in the world. For many Liberals, pushing the idea that chemtrail believers are all lumped into one group of people who believe a lone theory causes the entire idea of geoengineering to become muddled up. Like the anti-vaccine movement, if you don’t like flu shots, you are believed to deny all vaccines. Safe vaccine agendas are simply anti-vaccine agendas for liberal purposes. That’s how these things work.
New research suggests that more Americans than first assumed believe in chemtrails, at least to some degree. Of course, the mainstream media is running wild with these findings, putting up headlines that essentially call a third of all Americans dumb.
The research suggests that 10 percent of Americans believe in the complete chemtrail conspiracy while up to 30 percent believe in some portion of the theory. See how that works?
According to Metro
Researchers led by Dustin Tingley wrote, ‘Our representative pre-election survey of US adults conducted in October–November 2016 as part of the Cooperative Congressional Election Study (CCES), shows around 10% describe the chemtrails conspiracy as ‘completely true’.
‘Roughly a further 20 to 30% describe it as ‘somewhat true’. Belief in the conspiracy spans the political spectrum, with no significant difference on either the left or right, or by strength in ideological affiliation.’
This is where things get frustrating and annoying for me. The essential details of what “somewhat” defines is left out, likely intentionally, to lump people together and make condemning them as a single herd of lunacy more palatable and more fun. That’s how liberalism works at its very core. Chemtrails, or geoengineering, is happening on our planet. That’s been admitted several times over. And there are a variety of levels and layers which exist within the matter at hand. We’d call these layers “complexity.” But in order to distract the herd from caring, it is vital that liberal elites create a digestible and oversimplified version of the matter so as to implement the appropriate divisions. This causes the “me against you” syndrome our society has been plagued with for years.
Instead of using this research to show that more and more Americans are growing concerned with potential geoengineering agendas, it was used by mainstream media as an opportunity to laugh at a large portion of our country. It might be a bit naive to think that 30 percent of all Americans are flatly stupid. That’s the sort of arrogance I tend not indulge personally.
Don’t think there are layers? Watch this video.
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Author: Jim Satney
PrepForThat’s Editor and lead writer for political, survival, and weather categories.
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