Matt Landman is with us today to discuss his documentary Frankenskies and the risks associated with the proliferation of 5G technology. We will also get into how to unplug, become grounded in nature, and take action.
Matt Landman grew up on the East Coast and relocated to California in 2003 where he worked in Finance and studied film at California State University of Humboldt and earned a Masters degree in Business Administration with a focus in Strategic Sustainability in 2010. After various careers in business and finance, Matt left the corporate world to be an organic farmer where he inadvertently began his career as an activist. Working outdoors and dependent upon the elements, Matt witnessed weather engineering in Northern California as the region suffered from a historic and catastrophic drought. The realization that the weather was being manipulated via atmospheric aerosol dispersal changed Matt’s life forever as he inevitably decided to devote his existence to exposing the hidden agenda.
In June of 2017 Matt released the groundbreaking documentary, Frankenskies and will be hosting the third Annual Global Summit to Stop Geoengineering in Tucson, Arizona May 2018, which is a fitting location considering the new public launch of solar geoengineering / chemtrails as a solution to global warming in Tucson in 2018.
Regina grew up in Buffalo, New York in a family where everyone thought out-of-the-box. Standing up for the truth was deeply inbred into her. She moved to Dallas in 1976. In 2013, Regina started the group Activists for Truth. That December the group decided to become involved and learn about city government while exposing the Unsafe Ineffective Fluoridation Program. The group no longer meets weekly, yet Regina and several others continue the fight for safer tap water and to End Fluoridation.
Regina Imburgia is our guest today in the Anomic Age today to discuss fluoridation, implications of the new fluoride studies, and her activism. We will also get into how everyone can get involved in stopping fluoridation in their own communities.