CCCP Fedeli Alla Linea: Allarme (1985 Affinità-Divergenze ra il compagno Togliatti CHEMTRAIL)

Throbbing bassline over a herky-jerky post punk gem from Italy. Accompanying images of machinery, mad women and extreme weather from disparate sources (Grindhouse, James Burke’s Connections and an 80s educational show about weather measurement)…….. The final sequence are some still photographs (taken by myself) of the many chemtrail scars that appeared over London in the summer of 2008.

14 thoughts on “CCCP Fedeli Alla Linea: Allarme (1985 Affinità-Divergenze ra il compagno Togliatti CHEMTRAIL)

  1. SiNaoia

    Yes… those Chem Tails are killing nature and all her beauty… We have to stop this evil…who is doing this? Does anyone know?

  2. nrgstream

    Help heal the planet, google ‘orgonite’. It’s a simple compound anyone can create in their backyard with fairly inexpensive, widely-available materials which balances ambient energy by turning the negative energy into positive energy, with many easily-confirmed effects. Orgonite does this continuously, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, without electricity.

  3. pipiero2

    Grande musica dagli anni ’80, gente!
    Ma lasciate perdere le “scie chimiche”, per favore: qualche scarico di jet con condensa d’acqua e qualche cirro, non vedo altro.
    Ma chi le vuol vedere continui pure…

  4. finellir

    commovimento d’animo
    spirito di partito
    movomento parziale
    amor di parte
    stimolante paralisi
    di un giorno
    di una sera
    di una notte
    di un’idea
    ma l’alibi non regge
    e l’evidenza sfugge

  5. suburbanbatherson

    Thanks. Yes, I can hear a bit of Slint here too. Italian post punk at its finest. Yes, Chemtrails are an odd phenomena and one certainly more frequently appearing over the UK. There are thousands of these videos on youtube and they are not usual trails from planes.

  6. aezram

    Last summer in California we had an invasive moth scare and I actually got sprayed down with moth pheromones by government jets.

    Great stuff, they sound almost like a Slint progenitor.


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