December 24, 2017

By Suzanne Maher


Bye Bye Blue Sky’s Mission is to use education, peaceful protest and creative communication to expose the environmental and biological threat we are under. 2017 was a year of great progress for the anti-geoengineering community. I want to congratulate everyone who is participating in awakening and changing the direction our planet is headed. Thank you to all activists working hard on and off social media. All efforts matter.

Obviously, there is a lot more work to be done, but we have created a framework for the community to become engaged and active in the fight to expose weather modification. We are definitely doing something right, the harder we push, the harder the mainstream attempts to stifle our efforts and dispense propaganda. The engine of truth is far too strong, and has far too much steam, it cannot be repressed or silenced with this level of intensity.

We all did many great things together this year, including having a presence at The 2017 Green Living Show in Toronto. This was the first time geoengineering activism was put forward in a public venue, in such an open, forthright manner and for 3 days! Many thanks to Greg Emerson for facilitating this. Bye Bye Blue Sky will be back again in April 2018 at this show with an even larger presence, also focusing on health and wellness solutions. Operation Gas Pump Campaign, the most successful outreach campaign to date, sparked by Pam Jones and her creative cleverness, had 11,000 Bye Bye Blue Sky business cards handed out in seven different countries. The level of fervor and energy was infectious with this campaign. Bye Bye Blue Sky also hit the 5,000 member mark which was an important benchmark for growth of the group.

Two fabulous new billboards were erected in Canada in 2017; Sask Skywatch/Dwight Erickson in Yorkton and Chad Casarin/Mohawk Billboard in Caledonia. Wonderful activism as well from Bernadette Gervais Greene’s/ G.A.G Canada and her continued outreach efforts in Windsor with her billboards and signage. The Bye Bye Blue Sky billboards in Toronto, Owen Sound, Chatham, Barry’s Bay, Gravenhurst and Brechin remain up and working hard for our community.

There was the 2nd Global Chemtrail Summit held in Portland, Oregon, this year and the release of Matt Landman’s excellent film; Frankenskies. Activist Andrew Calbery wrote an impressive book “The Fight Against Geoengineering” which is available on Amazon. Also, the noted Bill HB 6011, The Geoengineering Act of 2017, that was created in Rhode Island by Rep Justin Price, which is awaiting decision. Many thanks to Tony Pantalleresco and Jean Bryan Pelletier for their tireless research on the subject of nano technology, exposing the dangers of this insidious synthetic biology, and pushing research boundaries.

Thank you to the great number of people doing incredible and significant things, the balance of power is shifting, as so many more awaken. The value and significance of what we are all doing together is so far reaching, even when we feel like we are swimming against the tide; there are infinitely more numbers and growing daily with determination, will and intellect participating in this battle.

Together, we are a force of nature, saving nature. Bye Bye Blue Sky looks forward to seeing many great achievements and developments in our movement in 2018; the release of Elana Freeland’s new book, “Under an Ionized Sky From Chemtrails to Space Fence Lockdown” and upcoming book tour,  Jim Lee’s videotaped attendance at the 21st Conference on Planned and Inadvertent Weather Modification in Austin, Texas, my interview with BBC which will be released sometime in January, The Global March in April, more continued outreach campaigns, summits and events, and billboard campaigns, resulting in increasing numbers who will activate and create new and innovative ways to translate our message.

As always, a heartfelt thank you to Teklordz my good friend and webmaster who keeps this site running like a dream.

Thank you all and a Merry Christmas and a Joyous Blue Sky New Year!!

On behalf of Bye Bye Blue Sky