National and international media news & headlines compiled by CLG
‘Inside Job’: CDC Changed Toxicity Info on Vinyl Chloride Days Before Derailment | 17 Feb 2023 | The CDC edited the toxicology profile for vinyl chloride, massively increasing the lethal exposure level and removing information about how the chemical affects children, just two weeks before the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, that spewed vast quantities of the chemical into the environment. The CDC update changed the lethal exposure from 100 PPM to 100,000 PPM. The lethal exposure level had remained the same for 17 years before the CDC decided to update the number just prior to the derailment, where highly toxic chemicals spilled or were burned off, leaving a chemical stench in the air nearly two weeks later. The catastrophe has been downplayed by Biden administration and the media, and the Environmental Protection Agency has deemed the water “safe to drink” – despite the existing reports of wildlife and pets dying in the affected area.
Local Farmer Sounds the Alarm: Why Did East Palestine Launch ‘MyID’ Emergency Service to Surveil Biometrics One Week Before Ohio Train Derailment? | 19 Feb 2023 | A man who lives nine miles away from where the Norfolk Southern train carrying toxic chemicals derailed in eastern Ohio reached out to The Gateway Pundit to sound the alarm on the bizarre coincidences that continue to pile up surrounding the incident. Bob Moore, a 70-year-old farmer and longtime resident of East Palestine, initially ignored local news reports urging residents to sign up for “MyID” to receive a new biometric tracking device that provides first responders updates about an individual’s health conditions amid an emergency or “major disaster.” But the suspicious timing of the government’s distribution of this health-monitoring digital ID, exactly a week before the disaster, warrants answers, Moore told TGP in an exclusive interview. “It was exactly a week before the derailment happened,” Moore said. “The people were asked to go to the local fire department in downtown East Palestine to get that MyID. They began monitoring your physical activity, your heart rate, your respiration, anything you might be exposed to…It’s a monitoring device.”
Billions to Ukraine but nothing for Ohio: Biden admin turns down Ohio’s request for disaster assistance after toxic derailment | 16 Feb 2023 | The Biden administration turned down a request for federal disaster assistance from Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine in the aftermath of the train derailment in the state earlier this month that led to a large release of toxic chemicals. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) told Ohio’s state government that it was not eligible for disaster assistance to help the community recover from the toxic spill, Dan Tierney, a spokesperson for DeWine, told Fox News Digital on Thursday. Tierney explained that FEMA believed the incident didn’t qualify as a traditional disaster, such as a tornado or hurricane, for which it usually provides assistance… Health officials have assured the public that tests have shown the area is safe. However, experts have cast doubt on the safety of the air to breathe and have also suggested residents shouldn’t accept the compensation offered by Norfolk Southern.
Blinken Announces $185 Million in Aid to Turkey Following Earthquake While Biden Administration Ignores East Palestine | 19 Feb 2023 | Secretary of State Tony Blinken announced on Sunday the United States allocated another 100 million to Turkey following the [likely HAARP-induced] devastating earthquakes earlier this month. This was on top of the 85 million the U.S. already sent to Turkey following the earthquake on February 6th. The Biden regime has yet to send relief to East Palestine, Ohio, following the massive toxic chemical explosion on February 6, 2023, after the train derailment on February 3.
East Palestine train wreck may have created largest dioxin plume in world history | 17 Feb 2023 | The situation in East Palestine, Ohio, is much worse than the media is letting on, particularly as it pertains to the widespread release of chemical dioxins. The 14 some-odd tanker cars carrying vinyl chloride that were intentionally blown up released a massive plume of these deadly chemicals, which were spread far and wide, including up the eastern seaboard through Pennsylvania, New York and beyond. Tens of millions of people stand to be affected by this dioxin release, which by and large appears to be the most disastrous dioxin incident to have ever occurred in world history. Water supplies, food crops, city parks, state forests – all of them stand to become toxified with dioxins due to this disaster.
Oakland goes dark as fire rips through California power substation following a series of targeted attacks on across U.S. – flights are grounded and 50,000 residents are plunged into darkness as officials launch investigation –Pacific Gas and Electric officials are investigating the incident, which comes after a series of attacks on substations across the U.S. in recent weeks | 20 Feb 2023 | A major power outage caused by a fire at an electrical substation shut down the Oakland Airport in Northern California Sunday evening. More than 50,000 customers in the Bay Area were impacted and flights out of the area were halted after a fire broke out at a Pacific Gas and Electric substation around 1pm. Photos and videos posted on social media show stranded passengers at the airport waiting at their gates and to get through security which was shut down for hours. A representative for PG&E confirmed the widespread outage on Twitter just after 2.50pm Pacific Standard Time and say they are “currently investigating the details.” The cause of the outage is unknown at this time. The incident comes as a series of substations across the United States have been targeted by individuals looking to wreak havoc on the power system.
18-inch pipe bomb discovered near train tracks behind Philadelphia church | 19 Feb 2023 | A pipe bomb was reportedly found near a church in Holmesburg, a neighborhood in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. According to local Fox News, “an 18-inch pipe bomb was found Sunday behind St. Dominic’s Catholic Church, on Frankford Avenue, in Philadelphia’s Holmesburg section.” The device was discovered near Conrail train tracks behind the church. The Philadelphia Police Bomb Squad arrived and removed the device. Local CBS news reports that it was a PVC pipe bomb, capped on both ends.
Five-acre plastic plant pots warehouse in Florida catches fire, releasing fumes similar to those at Ohio train derailment site | 17 Feb 2023 | Just days after a Norfolk Southern freight train carrying vinyl chloride and other hazardous chemicals derailed and suffered a “controlled explosion,” a massive five-acre plastic plant pot warehouse caught fire in Kissimmee, Fla. The nursery supply company initially lost about two acres’ worth of plastic planters that were set ablaze in the inferno before the entire five acres went up in smoke. The cause of the fire is still under investigation. …Someone else who looked up the types of pots Nursery Supplies manufacturers and sells observed that they are used by many to grow food, which means this could be another attack on Americans’ food sovereignty. “I have their site pulled up now and it looks like they make the type of pots, trays, etc., that you buy for food and flowering plants in the spring,” this person wrote.
Train crashes outside Detroit, Michigan, with one car carrying hazardous materials –Van Buren Township train derailment unfolds nearly two weeks after East Palestine, Ohio disaster | 16 Feb 2023 | A train containing one car of hazardous materials has derailed Thursday in Van Buren Township outside Detroit, Michigan, reports say. The cause of the derailment was not immediately clear. Police told Fox2 Detroit that there were no injuries and the area is not a hazmat situation. Officials that spoke to WXYZ, which reported that at least six cars were seen off the track, said one of them was carrying hazardous materials. The derailment comes less than two weeks after a train carrying toxic chemicals derailed in East Palestine, Ohio.
Zelensky spent two months in Bunker – report –Ministers and aides inside the Ukrainian president’s shelter were asked to sign non-disclosure agreements, the newspaper reports | 19 Feb 2023 | Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky and his associates spent almost two months in a bunker after the outbreak of the conflict with Russia, instead of the planned two weeks, and underwent significant hardships, The Times has reported. The Ukrainian government “immediately” descended into a secure shelter under the president’s office on Bankovaya Street in central Kiev when Russia’s military operation was launched on February 24, 2022, the British newspaper reported on Saturday. The secrecy around the bunker was so high that those who accompanied the head of state underground had to sign a special non-disclosure agreement. According to the document, they were banned from revealing any details about the shelter’s design, location, amenities, or even the food that they were given.
Rep. Gaetz calls out The Squad on Ukraine: ‘Where did the anti-war Democrats go?’ –Gaetz proclaimed he would work with ‘anyone and everyone,’ in order to ‘end our involvement in these wars’ | 16 Feb 2023 | Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., challenged The Squad Wednesday for abandoning their anti-war position along with many others in the Democrat Party. Gaetz made his comments on an episode of “System Update” with independent journalist Glenn Greenwald on the ongoing war in Ukraine. Greenwald and others argue that defending Ukraine is not worth the chance of sparking nuclear conflict with Russia. Greenwald noted the absence of prominent anti-war Democrats questioning the United States’ involvement in this foreign war… “Yeah, where did the anti-war Democrats go? I remember when The Squad showed up in Washington D.C. and they were saying the military is racist, now they’re voting for NATO expansion for goodness sakes,” Gaetz replied.
Biden Admin Negotiates Deal to Give WHO Authority Over U.S. Pandemic Policies –New international health accord avoids necessary Senate approval | 18 Feb 2023 | The Biden administration is preparing to sign up the United States to a “legally binding” accord with the World Health Organization (WHO) that would give this Geneva-based UN subsidiary the authority to dictate America’s policies during a pandemic. Despite widespread criticism of the WHO’s response to the COVID pandemic, U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Xavier Becerra joined with WHO Director-General [Grade “A” sociopath] Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus in September 2022 to announce “the U.S.-WHO Strategic Dialogue.” …Regarding medical treatments, the accord would require member nations to “monitor and regulate against substandard and falsified pandemic-related products.” Based on previous WHO and Biden administration policy, this would likely include forcing populations to take newly developed vaccines while preventing doctors from prescribing non-vaccine treatments or medicines.
The Federal Government Is Tracking the Unvaccinated | 14 Feb 2023 | The U.S. government has been secretly tracking those who didn’t get the COVID jab, as well as those who aren’t up to date on their shots… As recently discovered and reported by Dr. Robert Malone, the U.S. government has secretly been tracking those who didn’t get the COVID jab, or are only partially jabbed, through a previously unknown surveillance program designed by the U.S. National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), a division of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The program was implemented on April 1, 2022, but didn’t become universally adopted by most medical clinics and hospitals across the United States until January 2023. Under this program, doctors at clinics and hospitals have been instructed to ask patients about their vaccination status, which is then added to their electronic medical records as a diagnostic code, known as ICD-10 code, without their knowledge or consent so that they can be tracked–not just within the health care system but outside of it as well.
Over 60 scientists call for an end to Covid-19 ‘vaccines’ after documenting foreign toxins that damage the blood and impede circulation | 17 Feb 2023 | The German Working Group for Covid Vaccine Analysis — which includes over 60 scientists, doctors, lawyers, and journalists — published their “Summary of Preliminary Findings” on the toxic substances they are finding in covid-19 vaccine samples and the changes they are seeing in the blood samples taken from vaccinated individuals. The scientists “frequently observed an unusually rapid disintegration of the different types of cells in the vaccinated blood” and found concerning rouleaux formations of red blood cells specifically in the vaccinated samples. Because of these issues, the Working Group is calling for all covid-19 vaccine programs to end. “In order to avert a direct and imminent danger to human life and public safety, we ask that the Covid-19 vaccination programmes be discontinued immediately,” the Group’s report stated. The report has been sent to all members of the Lower House of Parliament in Germany and is being investigated by scientists and doctors of various disciplines.
CHD Sues CDC to Obtain Documents on COVID Vaccine Injuries and Deaths Reported in VAERS | 16 Feb 2023 | Children’s Health Defense (CHD) today filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia against the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to obtain documents related to the agency’s safety monitoring of the COVID-19 vaccines through the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) database. The lawsuit alleges the CDC violated provisions of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) by failing to respond to CHD’s FOIA requests to provide key analysis of reports in the vaccine safety database and intra- and inter-agency communications about those reports. CHD submitted the FOIA requests in the summer of 2022. The agency said the requested information would be forthcoming by December of last year, but the documents were never delivered.
NFL Players Association Urged to Screen for Heart Issues Over Vaccine Side Effects | 16 Feb 2023 | The Health Freedom Defense Fund urged the association in a recent letter to implement screening because the vaccines can cause myocarditis, a form of heart inflammation. Young males are the most at risk. Most NFL players received a COVID-19 vaccine under pressure from teams and the league. “Safety signals illustrate that the near and long-term health outcomes of the COVID-19 vaccines remain uncertain,” Leslie Manookian, president and founder of the fund, told DeMaurice Smith, executive director of the players association, in the letter. “A multitude of adverse reactions to these injections, including myocarditis, are wide-ranging and confirmed, and as such, prudence dictates that the NFLPA investigate the extent to which the COVID-19 shots may have resulted in injury, compromised health or death of players,” Manookian said.
Navy lifts deployment restrictions on sailors not vaccinated against COVID-19 | 16 Feb 2023 | The Navy will no longer consider COVID-19 vaccination status when making decisions about sailor deployments – a reversal of more than a year of service policy, according to new Navy guidance released this week. COVID-19 vaccination status cannot be considered when determining if someone can be deployed, according to the new standardized guidance for COVID-19, released as a NAVADMIN in response to a Congressional action that removed the requirement as part of the Fiscal Year 2023 National Defense Authorization Act… The guidance also makes it so there is no distinction between sailors who are vaccinated and non-vaccinated. The NAVADMIN does not include guidance on reinstating sailors separated from the Navy who refused COVID-19 vaccinations during the mandate.
California Exodus Continues: 700,000 More Left Than Moved in Over 2 Years, U.S. Census Shows | 18 Feb 2023 | California continues to grapple with the harsh reality of an ongoing migration crisis with its net migration–the difference between people moving in and those moving out–down by nearly 700,000, the most in the country, according to recently released U.S. Census data from April 2020 to July 2022. According to Chapman Economics Professor Dr. James Doti, who has studied migration trends in California, the net losses began in 2011. “It’s been more than 10 years, but it’s been gradually increasing,” Doti told Epoch TV’s California Insider. Doti said people leave California for a multitude of reasons, including high taxes, the tough business environment, and hefty environmental regulations.
Egg Prices Soar Over 70 Percent as Inflation Report Shocks in Some Food Categories | 15 Feb 2023 | The latest government inflation data showed that price pressures remained shockingly high in certain categories, with egg prices up over 70 percent in annualized terms while many food categories were up by double digits. While the overall pace of annual inflation in the United States came in at 6.4 percent in January, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the rate of inflation in some categories–especially food–was stubbornly high. Prices of food at grocery stores rose 11.3 percent year-over-year while food in the “away from home” category like restaurants rose by 8.2 percent. Egg prices soared by 70.1 percent year-over-year, the report showed, while margarine was up 44.7 percent, bread rose 14.9 percent, and ham was up 7.2 percent.
Catholic Bishop David O’Connell Shot Dead in His Home in Los Angeles – Authorities Labeled His Death a Murder | 19 Feb 2023 | Los Angeles Catholic Bishop David O’Connell was shot and killed on Saturday. Police responded to his home at the Hacienda Heights at 1 PM on Saturday and was pronounced dead at the scene. Bishop O’Connell spent more than four decades serving Los Angeles’ inner city has been shot dead at the age of 69. Police are investigating O’Connell’s death as a murder.
Sen. John Fetterman checks himself into the hospital for clinical depression | 16 Feb 2023 | Pennsylvania Democratic Sen. John Fetterman, still recovering from a stroke, has checked himself into Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to seek treatment for clinical depression, his office said Thursday. Mr. Fetterman, who has struggled with the aftereffects of a stroke he suffered last May, checked himself in Wednesday night, it said. “While John has experienced depression off and on throughout his life, it only became severe in recent weeks,” his chief of staff, Adam Jentleson, said in a statement. Mr. Fetterman was evaluated on Monday by the attending physician of Congress, Dr. Brian P. Monahan, who recommended inpatient care at Walter Reed, Mr. Jentleson said.
Ohio police probe report Black students assaulted, forced White students to say ‘Black Lives Matter’ –Students could face charges of menacing and assault | 16 Feb 2023 | A group of Springfield, Ohio, elementary school White students were allegedly threatened and assaulted after a group of Black students told them to say, “Black Lives Matter,” or else, according to reports. The Springfield Police Department said an officer responded to Kenwood Elementary School just before 10:20 a.m. on Feb. 13 in reference to an incident that happened on Feb. 10… The principal told police that a group of Black students gathered several White students in the playground and forced them to say, “Black Lives Matter,” against their will, the incident report states. The suspects also allegedly recorded the White students who were forced to make the statement, police said.
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