Terrorism: The Industrial Sabotage Of American Supply Chain Continues Reader 02/16/2023 (Thu) 18:40 Id: 9ef38d No.19761 del
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Terrorism: The Industrial Sabotage Of American Supply Chain Continues

Amid the chaos in Ohio, and two more (one in Texas and one in South Carolina), yet another train has derailed Thursday in Van Buren Township outside Detroit, Michigan.

Fox News reports that at least one car contains hazardous materials: https://www.foxnews.com/us/train-derails-outside-detroit-michigan-one-car-hazardous-materials

"We are also in touch with the relevant federal authorities, including the EPA," Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Mich., said in a statement obtained by Fox2 Detroit.

"At this time no one is aware of the release of any hazardous materials, the car carrying hazardous material has been put upright and is being removed from the area of the other derailed cars, and EPA is dispatching a team to ensure public safety," she said.

The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy also said it is "aware of the train derailment in Van Buren Township, Wayne County, where initial reports claim no threat to the public from the derailment.

Not surprisingly, most people believe this was all an accident. Just like they also believe the covid “lab leak” was an accident. And the vaccine injuries are an accident.

An act of ecological terrorism has been carried out in Ohio as “authorities” set fire to as many as ten train cars carrying highly toxic vinyl chloride (and other chemicals), unleashing a massive plume of chemical-laden smoke that exploded into the skies and spread for hundreds of square miles.

The idea that this is being called a “controlled burn” by the lying fake news media is beyond absurd. If you want to control chemicals, you don’t set them on fire in an open field and disperse the byproducts of combustion into the skies. That’s not a controlled burn, that’s setting off a chemical gas bomb: https://www.naturalnews.com/2023-02-14-toxic-gas-cloud-unleashed-over-ohio-farms-and-rivers.html

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