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    "Many times we think someone is ranting, but they're actually speaking with conviction, and everyone has just forgotten the sound of real Passion. We're so afraid of absolutes and a strong gut and digging in your heels that we dismiss the powerful voice of a Lonely fighter. Listen for quiet strength, for humble confidence. It's not often someone will stand for what is Right, what is True, what is Pure. More often we're afraid to admit we're afraid, because the Truth is so blinding in a Dark world."
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Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, May 26, 2018, #146

Social media employees are finally beginning to protest against what they are being asked to do by the expanding police state. When will US military personnel refuse to participate in the global havoc they are currently helping to fuel? Accelerating climate collapse and related geopolitical conflicts are finally forcing many to wake up to unpleasant realities. Can we consider this a silver lining to all that is unfolding?

Though there is no guarantee of success in the ongoing and accelerating fight to expose and halt climate engineering, refusing to yield to the collective insanity is, in and of itself, a form of success. Who can say how much good we may yet accomplish if all who are already awake would summon the courage to stand up and make their voices heard? Sharing credible data and providing answers to commonly asked questions, are both essential to waking others. We must make every day count.
Dane Wigigton

GeoengineeringWatch.org

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