Media Silent, Ever ask why?
When a “staged” catastrophe hit Palestine, Ohio, I did a few reports to show the dangerous impact on the area.
Even though the media lied, in their typical fashion, the people will suffer severe consequences of the act. They’ll face death, cancer, and long-term adverse reactions due to the toxin released into the atmosphere.
But that’s not the half of it. They’ll no longer have the ability to fish their waters, harvest the land or attend to livestock.
Those behind this attack on American soil willfully engaged in the destruction of a U.S. city to push forward their 2030 agenda.
We had all these terrible things happening: lifestyle diseases, climate change, the refugee crisis, environmental degradation, completely congested cities, water pollution, air pollution, social unrest, and unemployment.Ida Auken, Member of the Parliament of Denmark (WEF)
If the area can’t sustain human life with un-contaminated water or food, what will the people do? Oh, I know, I know, me, me! Move to smart (freedom) cities that are fair for all.
No more private land ownership unless you’re one of the wealthy billionaire parasites behind this.
Funny how that works.
Italy After Destruction
This video on Seveso, Italy, shows the destruction of the local area by an explosion not even to the same extent as what went down in Ohio. Dioxins spread far and wide, wreaking havoc on the environment.
It’s an interesting watch at 8 minutes long. I know it’s an old newsreel, but when you consider the facts, you’ll understand the danger lurking in Ohio’s soil and water. They considered Seveso worst than Chernobyl. Ohio makes the Soviet Union incident look like child’s play.
Video Break Down (Raw Notes)
- 0:00 – 0:24 | Barb wire fences going up. Not safe for entry.
- 0:24 – 0:36 | Spread out 15 miles from Milan.
- 0:36 – 0:58 | Swiss-owned Hoffmann factory to blame. The chemical released was used to create pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.
- 0:58 – 1:21 | July 10 gas drifted to the south. All zones are affected. Zone A had it the worse.
- 1:21 – 1:54 | Birds were the first to die. Pets bled from nose and mouth. Some died. Hens stopped laying eggs. The eggs available, people ate them, and they were toxic. All life in the area is impacted by the poison.
- 1:54 – 2:32 | Farmer’s livestock became ill, and they didn’t know why. All milk was destroyed. Plant life also died. Crops wilted, and leaves had pox marks.
- 2:32 – 3:05 | Dioxin is a WWII nerve gas and used in Vietnam. Four times more of the chemical was released in the Italian town than used in Vietnam. Even though rushed for analysis, they knew little of Dioxin exposure.
Side Note: More toxins were released in Ohio.
- 3:05 – 3:21 | Just 1 gram of the chemical can kill thousands.
- 3:21 – 3:50 | People had to evacuate the area immediately.
Side Note: U.S. Gov agencies told Americans in Ohio to stay. Why?
- 4:18 – 5:03 | In Vietnam, they sprayed selected areas to kill all vegetation. The goal, destroy all cover where the Vietcong could hide. But it did more. Camps were exposed and abandoned. Objective met. The chemical killed 300 of every 1000 contaminated.
- 5:03 – 5:55 | 3 miles away, people & animals were impacted with sickness, rashes, and skin complaints. Long-term effects were unknown.
- 6:19 – 6:36 | Officials warned citizens to close windows while driving through the area. Posters put up, “Do not stop to avoid contamination.”
- 6:36 – 7:47 | (7/28/76) 18 days later, cattle were found dead. Larger animals took longer. Zone A enlarged to twice its size. Zone B also needed to be evacuated. Within 4 weeks, thousands of animals dead. Those animals still alive, police marksmen were ordered to kill. The meat was no longer safe for human consumption. Looters shot on sight.
- 7:47 | Military called in to enforce quarantine. Troops had to wear special gear to protect themselves from contaminated plants and other objects. Germans said it’s impossible to decontaminate the area with current technology.
And yet, in 2023, the U.S. government allowed citizens to bathe in the toxic chemical without any help from the federal government. The question is, why?
It’s rhetorical, I want you to think why; I know the answer, and so do you.