Following on from my previous article about the RVL Group, whose specialist aviation licence permits it to spray chemicals from planes on behalf of the Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA), I have managed to locate a video about the system being employed. The video below describes the sea pollution response capability developed by the MCA in collaboration with the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA).
Clearly, MCA’s aerial spraying system is intended for cleaning up oil pollution at sea. However, their promotional video fails to mention that the RVL Group has also developed a portable version of the system. It has done this in partnership with Waypoint Aeronautical, so that it can be fitted to Boeing 737 cargo planes and fully operational within 4 hours. In other words, the utilisation of such a system can be quickly expanded at short notice. Furthermore, its portable equipment can be disassembled just as easily, so that there is no trace of its usage. This means that if the government wanted a dual use facility, with the secondary option of enabling chemtrail production, then this is ready made to be exploited for that purpose. Please check out the link below which includes a video on the subject.
Within the above article, it says that "The 737 freighters would be hired from airlines and pre-configured with nozzle piping and other permanent equipment, but otherwise keep carrying freight until needed."
If this makes me sound suspicious, it is because the government failed to disclose the existence of the MCA spraying system in all correspondence on the matter of airplane trails. The government did reference weather experiments conducted by other countries but completely failed to explain that there were circumstances when chemicals would be deliberately ejected from UK aircraft.
Some may say that this just illustrates government incompetence rather than a deliberate attempt to deceive members of the public. However, the above MCA video was uploaded to YouTube more than 3 years before I raised a query with my MP on the subject of airplane trails. Also, the RVL Group has a special aviation licence to be able to perform its unique operations, which means that the Minister for Aviation should have known about it. Furthermore, the RVL Group’s aviation licence entitles the company to handle 'dangerous goods'. This means that there may be detrimental consequences to health and the environmental from the chemical dispersants employed by the RVL Group. What are the effects of such chemical aerosols on communities living inland of an oil spill and what are the effects on marine life of these toxic substances?
In my opinion, all instances where this system has been employed should be a matter of public record. In that way, we will know when chemicals are being sprayed and what impact it is having on surrounding areas.