Are they prepping to use THE GAS OF PEACE?
Chemtrails are THE GAS OF PEACE!
Over a ruinous landscape, brigands with flags and old
military uniforms in flight as the new aeroplanes overhead
bomb them. The bombs explode and gas overcomes the brigands.
Sky writing by the new planes: SURRENDER.
CABAL: "Have they weapons?"
MITANI: "Bars of metal. They can smash electric cables.
They can do no end of mischief."
CABAL: "Are there no weapons on our side? Cannot your
traffic control produce a police?"
MITANI: "Very few.... We have nothing but the Gas of
Peace. And it isn't ready. It will take hours yet. There are
some young people we can gather. We must hold this crowd back
--at any cost--for a time; until the Gas of Peace can be
CABAL: "Then you'll have to organise some sort of guard.
Alter all you have your way-men and your inspection planes.
That ought to be enough. And if there is much disturbance--
isn't there still the Gas of Peace?"
MITANI "There is none."
CABAL: "Is there none?"
MITANI: "Officially anyhow. There has been no need of it.
The world has been orderly because it has been happy, and it
has been happy because everyone has had something to do.
There has been no reason to keep any of that gas. There has
been no use for it for seventy years. But now I want to call
up the Council and get a sanction to make it at once--and use
it if need be."
CABAL: "Call the Council, but won't that take too long?"
MITANI: "Well, I have been anticipating a little. I have
been having some made."
CABAL: "That is right. We can endorse that."
MITANI: "In a few hours some tons at any rate will be
ready and our planes will be ready to distribute it. But
still--it will take a little time. Some hours, perhaps."
CABAL: "That old Gas of Peace. We shall hate to use it
again. But if the people will not give us the freedom of
outer space--we shall have to use it."
MITANI: "I have your support then in what I am doing?"
CABAL: "Fully. Yet all this is incredible to me.
Insurrection! Against exploration! Mankind turning upon
science and adventure. Wanting to call a halt. It's a mood,
A YOUNG MAN: "This gives us a chance of trying this new
anaesthetic, the Gas of Peace... I wish I could go..."