Tuesday, April 25, 2017
TKC MUST SEE!!! DOUBLE KANSAS CITY CLIMATE CONCERN AMID UPCOMING MARCH AND CHEMTRAIL CONSPIRACY FEAR!!!
Before we really get started today . . . Here's a peek at two top issues for Kansas City on the radar and amid severe weather reporting in the forecast . . .
First up . . .
CHECK THE KANSAS CITY FIGHT AGAINST GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE CONTINUED!!!
This upcoming protest, march gathering is garnering big numbers and will be the next big protest against Prez Trump. Take a look:
People's Climate March KC
We are a coalition of partners in Kansas and Missouri – KS (Kanza) and MO (Thomas Hart Benton) groups of the Sierra Club, 350KC, women’s groups, faith groups - who advocate for Climate, Jobs, and Justice. We are holding a rally on 4/29 in Washington Square Park to demonstrate solidarity with the People's Climate Movement March in Washington, DC that same day.
Our rally is your chance to show our community that people in the Heartland are committed to actions that promote a vision of a clean, safe world where the rights of all people are protected and expanded. We rally for our families, our communities, and our climate.
Given the increasing assault on research and regulations that protect climate, the air, and water, we must fight to protect the gains made over the last 30+ years, while we articulate and demand initiatives to move our nation to a new, clean energy economy.
It’s critical for us to bring together a broad base of concerned citizens, scientists, environmental advocates, social justice groups and labor to achieve our vision here, in our community. Time is of the essence. Join us to create a Movement, not a Moment!
And then . . .
The conspiracy goes much deeper according to these online denizens . . .
While we want all denizens of our Kansas City blog community to question the official story . . . These locals are breaking new ground, possibly putting themselves on a watch list for their chattering and offering some interesting alternative takes on the mystery behind the weather that most local forecasters struggle to predict.
Developing . . .