If aeroplanes are spraying substances into UK air space, without the knowledge or consent of its citizens, then it stands to reason that the Ministry of Defence (MoD) must be aware of these activities, as it is the organisation tasked with protecting the UK.
All planes in the UK require a flight plan and approval to take to the air. Therefore, if someone were to embark on a flight with malicious intent, such as releasing harmful agents into the atmosphere, then you would think that the MoD would want to know about it, would take such a threat seriously and would do everything that it could to prevent such an attack from happening. In fact, given the current climate, where we are told to be mindful that others intend to harm us and where vigilance is encouraged, you have to wonder why the MoD does not regard the unauthorised dispersal of unknown contaminants into UK air space to be a problem. The only conclusion that I can come to, is that the MoD is unconcerned because it is fully aware of what is happening. The MoD’s claims to the contrary are as reliable as its accounting practices.
If you look at the latest set of Annual Reports and Accounts for the MoD (2014-2015), there is a revealing comment by Sir Amyas C. E. Morse within Chapter 6: Certificate of the Comptroller And Auditor General. In a section at the top of page 105, titled ‘Basis for Qualified Opinion on Financial Statements’, the following is noted about the reliability of the MoD’s accounts:
The Department does not hold records to enable compliance with the Financial Reporting Framework and account for the expenditure, assets and liabilities arising from certain contracts in accordance with International Accounting Standard 17, Leases. Consequently, I have concluded that the Ministry of Defence has omitted a material value of leased assets and lease liabilities from its Statement of Financial Position as at 31 March 2013, 31 March 2014 and 31 March 2015. This has also led to a material misstatement of the Statement of Comprehensive Net Expenditure for 2013-14 and 2014-15 and Statement of Parliamentary Supply for 2013-14 and 2014-15. I am unable to quantify the impact on the financial statements because the Ministry of Defence has not maintained the records or obtained the information required to comply with International Financial Reporting Standards in this respect.
This is a minor statement given the overall size of the report but it is significant because it basically says that the accounts are not accurate because appropriate records have not been kept and that this has been the case for the last three years and so is still likely to be the case today. All we know is that it applies to certain unspecified contracts, resulting in an omission of 'material value', such that the 'impact' on the 'financial statements' is 'unquantifiable'. It is nothing short of a scandal.
According to the Serious Fraud Office, the general criminal offence of fraud can include:
Is it not reasonable to ask if criminal activity is taking place at the MoD, for all three of the reasons listed above? Furthermore, if that is the case, could the MoD be concealing other on-going criminal activities, such as the operations responsible for aeroplane trails? Is it any wonder that people distrust claims from those in authority that nothing suspicious is happening in UK air space?
The people in the UK have been far too trusting for far too long and it is no good for authorities to just assert that something is not happening. It needs to be demonstrated to an independent team of auditors with scientific legitimacy, who can undertake the necessary tests and who will have unrestricted access to the airports and airfields where the planes originate from.