Brave Vladimir Putin is standing up to the US government again: he is said to have demanded that Western government forces stop spraying chemtrails in Syria.
How closely Russian military forces worked with Western forces is an ‘operational detail’ that hasn’t been fully divulged and remains ‘beyond top secret’ on both sides, but according to a Federal Security Services (FSB) report and strong sources in the Kremlin the contact was close enough for Russian military top brass to learn of Western tactics and standard operating procedures, and they have passed on the intelligence to the Kremlin.
President Putin, who is fundamentally opposed to herbicidal warfare, is said to be ‘deeply disturbed’ and ‘furious.’
‘As I understand it, the Americans are not interested in defeating ISIS but they are interested in controlling the minds of the Syrian population.’
Chemtrails regularly remained in north-Western Syrian skies for whole days during American-led airstrikes on Khorasan and al-Nusra, according to the FSB report, transforming into cirrus-like clouds in the evenings. It is said no civilian casualties have died from chemical deployment, but chemtrails are not about death, they are about psychological and physical control.
American and British military forces have been openly ignoring these international laws for decades. During the Vietnam War the US used herbicidal and incendiary agents like napalm, arguing they fell outside the definition of ‘chemical weapons’, and used planes to spray 10% of the total land surface of south Vietnam. 85% of spraying was for defoliation and about 15% was for crop destruction.
And in 2016 they are continuing to spray civilian populations in an attempt to control them, alter the structure of the Earth’s biota, and weaponise the weather. Putin is deeply opposed to this. He considers weather manipulation to be a dangerous game that has disastrous consequences.
Putin’s childhood might explain his understanding that nature must be respected and cultivated, not manipulated and weaponised.
After the Siege of Leningrad, which almost killed his mother, his family was forced to move into a rat-infested communal building. Putin spent hours chasing rodents in the staircase. He developed a respiratory disease. Four adults, plus Putin and his brother, were squeezed into a single 20 square foot room with no hot water, bath, or toilet. He overcame these dire conditions by embracing his studies as well as judo, karate, and sambo, a Russian martial art that requires intense balance between mind and body. The Russian President understands the need for a healthy, disciplined lifestyle.