Kristen Meghan, former Air Force bio-engineer, turns chemtrail whistleblower (recorded April 6, 2013)
120 days in a military psychiatric ward without recourse to judge or hearing or
trial, death-threated, phones tapped, Kristen Meghan comes forward with the
"When I was at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, I heard about geoengineering, and I thought, "Oh, those crazy conspiracy loons." I'm sure we've all heard of Alex Jones from infowars.com, the man I once thought was a loon wearing a tinfoil hat living in a bunker . . . Well, it was around 2007 that I first heard about geoengineering . . . . Part of my job in bio-environmental engineering was to approve hazardous materials that came onto the base. So whether you were using a simple spray can of paint, or you were ordering an oil solvent to de-grease airplanes, I sat at a computer and I approved those hazardous materials on base and tied them to a process and a building. . . . Now, there are certain things we all know in the military that are classified, right? So even though I had a security clearance, this was on a "Need To Know" basis. So when I started approving what is called an Air Force Form 3952, and I started seeing Barium, Strontium, and Aluminum Oxide come on the base from a contractor whose name was not listed, which was not normal, I started to realize that those crazy tinfoil hat-wearing conspiracy theorists might not be so crazy. So in 2008 . . . I lived less than a mile behind the flight-line at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma, Oklahoma City. And due to my background as an industrial hygienist and an environmental specialist, I conducted soil-grade sampling and grade sampling. Those of you who might not be too privy to chemistry, you know that there are natural elements occurring in earth. Aluminum is one of them. However Barium, radioactive, and Strontium are not [naturally occurring]. So I conducted those samples and saw limits [of these elements], in my community, that would make your head spin. And I started to realize that those peers within my professional community that were trying to wake those of us in the military up were right."
- Kristen Meghan, former Air Force bio-engineer, turns chemtrail whistleblower (recorded April 6, 2013)