Hi it’s Jolie Diane, the completely unaffiliated candidate for President in the 2020 election. It’s snowing out right now and I wanted to communicate with you because as I was clearing off the car, I was surprised to discover a strange residue left on my windshield. It reminded me of an oil slick. This is not the snow that we all used to eat as kids. Let’s be real. You can probably light this snow on fire. This can’t be healthy.
Coronavirus has reinforced the importance of taking care of our health. Getting plenty of rest, exercise, healthy food and especially fresh air are known to be keys to optimal health and well being.
The protection of the air is critical. How can we possibly prevent breathing in pollution and being involuntarily exposed to harmful agents without any laws to prohibit this pollution from being released into our environment and atmosphere?
Note that the 2017 Federal Weather Enterprise specifically cites on page 9, that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is no longer rigorously monitoring or testing “the effects of airborne toxins, ozone, and fine particulate matter on human health, and the impact of air pollution on human health and sensitive ecosystems.”
Why is that?
However, the Convention on International Civil Aviation done at Chicago on the 7th day of December 1944 is still in good standing and is linked to the World Health Organization Interim Guidance for “Cross- boundary transport of specimens of the virus responsible for COVID-19 following the United Nations model regulations.”
When I saw these documents I wondered first off, why are we following the United Nations? Second off, why doesn’t it say “Covid-19” instead of “the virus responsible for Covid-19?” Are they not the same thing? And more importantly has the Covid-19 virus ever been isolated in a lab?
With these questions in mind I instantly thought of the research of Dr. David Martin from his April 2020 Butterfly of the Week Report where he discussed at length the crime committed by the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) between 2003 and 2018 when Dr. Anthony Fauci was working with foreign nations, specifically the Wuhan Institute of Virology and the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Could this be an airborne virus? We know that in 2003 there was a report called “Potential for Aerosol Dissemination of Biological Weapons.”
Currently there are billions of dollars funding atmospheric testing and other activities without any meaningful public oversight, or verifiable safety mechanisms to restrict hazardous emissions released by satellites, aviation, or ground based infrastructure.
We can put an end these harmful anti-health policies and anti-environment programs through the enactment of strict regulatory prohibitions, harsh penalties, and enormous fines for industrial polluters, via similar legislation to the bill that was introduced in Rhode Island, The Geoengineering Act.
Especially now, when we know that the virus could be a bioweapon, it makes perfect sense to get on offense to tackle big polluters and protect our environment and airspace from hazardous emissions.
No matter how the 2020 Presidential election plays out, I’ll still be working for a healthy and prosperous America.
Link To Article Potential for Aerosol Dissemination of Biological Weapons
Scientists Pin Blame For Some Coronavirus deaths On Air Pollution, PFAS, and Other Chemicals Link To Article
Article I Sovereignty
“The contracting States recognize that every State has complete and exclusive sovereignty over the air space above its territory.”
Article III Civil and state aircraft
“(a) This Convention shall be applicable only to civil aircraft, and shall not be applicable to state aircraft.
(b) Aircraft used in military, customs and police services shall be deemed to be state aircraft.”
“Transport of specimens within national borders should comply with applicable national regulations. Cross- boundary transport of specimens of the virus responsible for COVID-19 should follow the United Nations model regulations, Technical instructions for the safe transport of dangerous goods by air (Doc 9284) of the International Civil Aviation Organization (6), for airlifted transport, and any other applicable regulations depending on the mode of transport being used. More information may be found in the WHO Guidance on regulations for the transport of infectious substances 2019-2020 (applicable as from 1 January 2019) (3). A summary on transport of infectious substances can also be found in Tool box 4 of the WHO handbook, Managing epidemics: key facts about deadly diseases (7)” P. 3 & 4 Link
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