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CDC Changed Vinyl Chloride Toxicity Info 11 Days Before Derailment

Published on February 20, 2023

Written by Sabrina D



It’s starting to seem that the CDC was aware there would be a major event involving Vinyl Chloride BEFORE the Ohio train derailment


In late January 2023, the CDC changed the toxicological profile of Vinyl Chloride on its website.

It was the first edit on the page since 2006.

After 17 years of inactivity, and just a couple weeks before the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, the CDC decides to update its toxicological profile on Vinyl Chloride.

The update changes the lethal exposure from 100PPM to 100,000PPM. What are the odds? — Cognitive Dissident (@STP48315) February 16, 2023

17 years later they claimed that the chemical was significantly less toxic.

This comes among a flurry of bizarre situations surrounding the Ohio train derailment.


Including a film that seemed to prophesize the situation and journalists being arrested for covering the event.


The EPA has said that the air and water are safe although they have refused independent testing.


Recently, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina has become the focus of a massive class action lawsuit from those who suffered severe health issues after being in contact with contaminated water at the base.


One of the three containments that harmed those involved was Vinyl Chloride.


According to a Veteran’s attorney, Berry Law, the government knew the water at Camp Lejeune was contaminated in the 1970s but the threat wasn’t made public until 2012.


Exposure to Vinyl Chloride and the other toxic chemicals in Camp Lejeune’s water have been connected to 17 different illnesses.


Those illnesses included:


Adult leukemia

Aplastic anemia and other myelodysplastic syndromes

Bladder cancer

Kidney cancer

Liver cancer

Multiple myeloma

Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma

Parkinson’s disease


This also comes after some have noticed an uptick in “How to Derail a Train” instructional guides being pushed by Antifa.


It wouldn’t be the first time either, in 2020 the Center For Security Policy reported that two left-wing anarchists were charged with terrorism for their plot to derail a train.


In that federal complaint, it stated that their intentions were to:

“lead to train derailment, loss of life, and the dispersing of hazardous chemicals into residential areas.”

See more here welovetrump.com




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Biden flies off to meet that little shit Zelensky, but won't take the time to go to East Palestine, Ohio? Shows you where his priorities lie. The Camp Lejeune  case will run for a long time. It's not quite the same scale as the asbestos litigation but a lot of recruits went through there.

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seems to me they are deliberately helping to destroy the food supply chains,i doubt they'll be planting any crops on contaminated soil this year and in the process trying to disguise what the GRAND SOLAR MINIMUM is also doing to them..they want to keep the green eco control agenda going and if it was all down to the SUN the game would be over for them..so muddy the waters

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20 minutes ago, webtrekker said:


I simply don't believe that, mainly because of the article I posted above...


CDC Changed Vinyl Chloride Toxicity Info 11 Days Before Derailment

That's a smoking gun to me.


Its like how the safety level for radiation was dramatically changed after Fukushima ( which was probably tactical nuke?)

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39 minutes ago, Talorgan said:

Its like how the safety level for radiation was dramatically changed after Fukushima ( which was probably tactical nuke?)

The Definition of what a vaccine is changes just before mRNA gets rocket launched 


control the language, control the truth 

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15 minutes ago, northern star said:

Deliberately trying to end self sufficiency in the US

Evil bastards.





What if the train was derailed by the ghost of Yassir Arafat, which was trying to liberate Palestine-Ohio...

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CDC Alters Webpage Days After East Palestine Train Derailment to Make Vinyl Chloride Look Less Toxic

Archives of a CDC webpage show that for the first time in 9 years, the agency edited toxicity information on vinyl chloride just days after Ohio train derailment—but HHS and the EPA are in on it too.

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Saturday, 25 February 2023

What’s Going On? Massive Fires Break Out at Three Mexico State-Owned Oil Facilities Including One in Texas Within 24 Hours (VIDEO)


 In just one day, massive fires broke out at three different facilities in Mexico and one in the United States that are controlled by the state-owned Mexican oil company, Pemex.

On Thursday, three separate fires broke out at Petroleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) facilities, resulting in two workers’ death, at least eight people were injured, and several others missing, Bloomberg reported.

This resulted in increased scrutiny of the safety record of the Mexican state oil firm in advance of its earnings call on Monday.

The fires broke out at the Pemex crude oil storage facility in Veracruz, Mexico, in Maya unit (285,000-barrel-a-day) Minatitlan refinery in Veracruz, and in Deer Creek, Texas.

Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, president of Mexico, said at a press conference on Friday morning that the fire at the Minatitlan refinery was immediately brought under control, but that the fire at the Ixhuatlan storage facility has not yet been extinguished. He said, “in the case of Ixhuatlan, it will take more time because it occurred at an oil deposit.”


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“We’re Dying Slowly”: East Palestine Residents Report Bizarre Health Issues After Toxic Train Derailment

By Tyler Durden

Residents of East Palestine, Ohio have been reporting bizarre symptoms following the Feb. 3 Norfolk Southern train derailment and subsequent toxic explosion, the NY Post reports.

“Doctors say I definitely have the chemicals in me but there’s no one in town who can run the toxicological tests to find out which ones they are,” said 40-year-old Wade Lovett, whose high-pitched voice now sounds as if he’s been inhaling helium.


My voice sounds like Mickey Mouse. My normal voice is low. It’s hard to breathe, especially at night. My chest hurts so much at night I feel like I’m drowning. I cough up phlegm a lot. I lost my job because the doctor won’t release me to go to work.”

Leading the charge to fight for the community is 46-year-old Jami Cozza, a lifelong East Palestinian who counts 47 close relatives here. Many of them are facing health issues from the chemical fire as well as the psychic toll of their town becoming, in the words of a scientist visiting the area Thursday, the new “Love Canal” — a reference to the Niagara Falls, NY, neighborhood that became a hotbed issue in 1978 because people were getting sick from living above a contaminated waste dump. -NY Post

Many residents are also complaining of mystery rashes and sore throats after returning home following the lifting of evacuation orders on February 8.

“Yesterday was the first day in probably three or four days that I could smell anything. I lost my smell and my sense of taste. I had an eye infection in both eyes. I was having respiratory issues like I was just out of breath. Other members of my family have had eye infections and strep throat,” said Shelby Walker, who lives a few yards from the epicenter from the crash and explosion. “The cleanup crew drives past us at night and won’t even look at us. It’s like we don’t exist. No one has reached out to us or told us anything.”

According to an independent analysis of EPA data by Texas A&M University released on Friday, nine air pollutants were found around East Palestine at levels that could raise long-term health concerns.

“My fiancé was so sick that I almost took him to the hospital,” Jami Cozza told the Post. “Not only am I fighting for my family’s life, but I feel like I’m fighting for the whole town’s life. When I’m walking around hearing these stories, they’re not from people. They’re from my family. They’re from my friends that I’ve have grown up with,” she said. “People are desperate right now. We’re dying slowly. They’re poisoning us slowly.

According to a class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of hundreds of residents, Norfolk Southern “went rogue” when it made the decision three days after the derailment to blow up five train cars containing deadly vinyl chloride. Around 1.1 million pounds of the toxic compound were spilled and later burned, the suit claims.

Norfolk Southern, meanwhile, says they consulted with experts and Gov. Mike DeWine (R) before the controlled burn, which they say they did to avoid a potential “catastrophic failure of the cars.”

“What they could have done and should have done is remove all the vinyl chloride from the train cars and put them in secure containment vessels,” said Rene Rocha of the Morgan & Morgan law firm, one of the lead attorneys on the class-action case. “They then should have excavated tons of soil and monitored and remediated the soil and groundwater.”

Cozza’s hearing included a panel with scientists from the University of Pittsburgh, an environmental lawyer, and a veteran Ohio hazardous materials expert. None of them painted a rosy picture of the town’s future, despite Norfolk Southern’s insistence that the area is safe and will be cleaned up and tested more.

The experts listened as desperate residents asked about the safety of breastfeeding their babies and getting water from their wells. Planting season is coming soon in an area where many farm. One woman cried when she spoke about her worry over her pregnant goats. -NY Post

According to Harvard-trained toxicologist, Stephen Lester, the hot zone at East Palestine is one of the “most concerning” he’s ever seen – and warned that the chemical dioxin that was released during the controlled burn will be embedded in the soil and water.

“Until the government takes this seriously there are going to be real problems,” said Lester. “It’s criminal that the EPA didn’t come forward with information about dioxin and start testing for it.”

Source: ZeroHedge



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