White House Appoints New USGCRP Director To Chemically Poison the Populace?

The Intellihub
Shepard Ambellas

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April 28, 2011

As you might know The Intellihub released a major article entitled Secret Presidential Chemtrail Budget Uncovered, Congress Exceeds Billions To Spray Populace Like Roaches – The Budget Obama Did Not Want You To Know Aboutearlier this year, proving conclusively the government involvement with aerosol spraying (chemtrail) operations. In fact it goes all the way to the top of the chain of command.

In the article we detailed, through extensive research of government documents, the high likelihood that the President is aware of chemtrail spraying along with every member of congress.

This is inevitable due to the fact that there is an actual “Supplement To the Presidential Budget” surrounding the USGCRP and 13 other agencies, heavily embedded into the large scale operations in which the populous is being heavily dosed (sprayed) like cockroaches (depopulated) incrementally under the cover of Geo Engineering/Climate change research.

As of March 29, 2011 a new Director of the USGCRP was appointed. Here is an excerpt of the White House’s website;

Appropriately enough, change is underway at the Nation’s primary global change research program. Teams of top scientists and policy makers representing over a dozen different Federal agencies are hard at work drafting a new strategic plan to strengthen not only scientists’ fundamental understanding of our changing planet but also the program itself, known as the U.S. Global Change Research Program or USGCRP.

As part of these changes, the program also has a new leader who will oversee these enhancements at a time of great import for the global-change science community and for society as a whole.

Established by the Global Change Research Act of 1990, USGCRP coordinates and integrates Federal research on changes in the global environment and their implications for society. Thirteen Federal agencies participate in the program, which is also responsible for executing the quadrennial National Climate Assessment, a comprehensive inventory of climate-change-related impacts, vulnerabilities, and efforts across the United States.

Driven by the Obama Administration’s commitment to fortifying the role of science in policy-making, the new strategic plan aims to augment USGCRP’s existing technical research strengths by providing decision-makers with increased access to relevant and sustained science and technology. The result will be an enhanced ability to understand the Earth’s dynamic processes and predict its responses to natural and human-induced stresses, ultimately serving a wide array of users from teachers and students to fishermen and first selectmen.

Taking the helm amidst this sea of change is the newly appointed Director of USGCRP’s National Coordination Office, Dr. Thomas Armstrong. He comes to the position having most recently served as the Senior Advisor for Climate Change at the Department of the Interior, where he was a key figure in the development of the Department’s climate-change-related policies, organizational elements, and budget strategies.

As the Vice Chair for Adaptation Science on the National Science and Technology Council’s Subcommittee on Global Change Research (SGCR), the steering body of the USGCRP, Dr. Armstrong has been an active participant in the program’s restructuring and the drafting of the new strategic plan. He has worked closely with the SGCR’s chair, Dr. Thomas Karl of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and its executive committee to identify key priorities in the field of adaptation research and oversee the seamless integration of these goals into the larger evolving vision of the program.

The USGCRP released the following statement;

On 29 March 2011, the White House announced that Dr. Thomas Armstrong will be the new Director of the newly created USGCRP National Coordination Office. Dr. Armstrong comes to the position having most recently served as the Senior Advisor for Climate Change at the Department of the Interior, where he was a key figure in the development of the Department’s climate-change-related policies, organizational elements, and budget strategies. He has also acted as  the Vice Chair for Adaptation Science on the National Science and Technology Council’s Subcommittee on Global Change Research (SGCR), the steering body of the USGCRP. In this role,  Dr. Armstrong has been an active participant in the program’s restructuring and the drafting of the new strategic plan and has worked to identify key priorities in the field of adaptation research and oversee the seamless integration of these goals into the larger evolving vision of the program.  For the full White House announcement, see http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2011/03/29/strengthening-our-understanding-changing-planet.

But let me guess… it is still a conspiracy to the sheeple?