Drought in Australia not natural

Weather warfare is being waged against Australians. Remember the ENMOD convention banned all hostile and military use of environmental modification techniques. Such techniques cause drought, floods, cyclones, tornadoes, tsunamis, and even earthquakes!

The facts are that these weapons are a reality….this is what they can do…

It is the understanding of the Committee that the following examples are illustrative of phenomena that could be caused by the use of environmental modification techniques as defined in article II of the Convention: earthquakes; tsunamis; an upset in the ecological balance of a region; changes in weather patterns (clouds, precipitation, cyclones of various types and tornadic storms); changes in climate patterns; changes in ocean currents; changes in the state of the ozone layer; and changes in the state of the ionosphere.

see full convention

One reason that drought is being caused could be because Government seek to own all water.

By subjecting strategic parts of the nation to lasting drought the Government can have a reason to demand that all control of water and use of water be owned by the Government.

Control of water is the goal of the Australian Government

THE UNBUNDLING OF WATER FROM LAND:
The unbundling of water from land started in Victoria on 1st July, 2007. Graham Strachan as early as October 2001, set out that which is planned in “The Scourge of Pink ALGA”: “Agenda 21 was adopted by Australia at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992 (by ‘Whiteboard’ Ros Kelly [Labor].) It is 800 pages long, consists of 40 chapters, and is a comprehensive programme for the planning and management of the economic and social development of the entire world during the twenty-first century. Virtually every aspect of human existence is to be controlled under the document. Prime Minister Howard reaffirmed Australia’s commitment to it when he signed the Millennium Declaration at United Nations headquarters in September 2000. Through ALGA, (Australian Local Government Association) local councils are now committed to its implementation through its local adaptation, Local Agenda 21. Under Agenda 21 the United Nations will control through governments at national, state and local level, patterns of ::-

§ human consumption (what people eat)
§ human habitats (where and how people are allowed to live)
§ the planning and control of all development
§ the composition of the atmosphere (‘greenhouse gas’ emissions)
§ the planning and management of land use
§ control of the utilisation of forests
§ control of types and methods of agriculture
§ control of areas set aside to protect biological diversity
§ the management and use of water, and more.

In addition, ALGA is committed to “The adoption of sustainable resource management strategies, including greenhouse gas reduction” [i.e. the Kyoto Protocol]; “understanding Local government responsibility under Native Title Legislation”, and “promoting reconciliation”; and to “adopting practices that will achieve social cohesion in a culturally diverse society” [i.e. Multiculturalism].”

Australian League of Rights

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