I’ve dug up many vital facts and I’ll lay them out for you

by Jon Rappoport

February 20, 2023

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In this podcast, I attack, from a number of different angles, the sparse cover story we’re being fed—so I can give you as much information as possible about:

The chemicals.

The spreading danger.

The refusal (so far) of the Biden administration, and the governor of Ohio, to declare a disaster and go all in on supplying aid to the people of East Palestine.

The politics in play.

The lax safety regulations governing the trains.

The giant criminal stupidity involved in transporting the dangerous chemicals.

The choice to burn the vinyl chloride and create a toxic cloud.

The short and long term health effects.

The major media approach to the disaster.

The culpability of the Norfolk Southern Railway.

The railroad car that caught on fire.

The most likely account of how the derailment happened.

Was the accident actually intentional?

The lack of transparency in what we’re being told.

I’m going to give all this to you straight…without distorting evidence to satisfy a prior bias. You’ll know when a vital question still needs an answer, and when I’ve nailed down something big.

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The Ohio disaster is not the last time something like this happens. The stage is set for more horrific events.

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7 comments on “Podcast: THE OHIO TRAIN DISASTER

  1. JB says:

    Jon, this is what Miles Mathis had to say about this:


  2. s says:

    Make your next podcast and article about all of this. All of this information already on Infowars, Naturalnews.com and childrenshealthdefense.org over the last few weeks




  3. Will says:


    They still have not been compensated, so far as I believe.

  4. Satya Orion says:

    Jon, Have you seen this video – important information https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sCBaHcd3KTQ
    hundreds of unknown train cars showing up in the heartland – unprecedented occurrence according to local ranchers

  5. A Reader emailed me the following comment:


    Overriding problem. The USA and all of the West and other countries are owned; therefore occupied territory. Occupied financially and economically by Globalists whose main headquarters in City of London and New York. Just look at this-top shareholders above . Financially owned and soon societal complete.

    Cause. I am 84.5 and know a bit about trains. As soon as I heard very soon about sparks and even flame reported far from the wrecking, I knew the cause. And told everyone I knew long before the truth was known. A “hot box,” a seized bearing, the warning of which for some reason was not reported to the crew, or was reported but ignored, or good old fashioned negligence. Hot boxes are as old as the first trains. New York Post finally reported it today, but the article was so confusing as to be unintelligible. Probably on purpose. After all, [from] New York.

    Too bad you chose the brake issue. I have enough train experience to know that even with the long train , the original straight air systems were plenty good enough to stop the train effectively in an emergency. Although the new electronic/pneumatics are faster.

    Other than the brake thing, the rest of your column I agree with. Repeat…The USA and all the WEST is occupied territory. That is the issue which over rides all others.

  6. Dagny says:

    OHIO is a huge food producer of clean foods. by that i mean organic and a major food producer that doesn’t use high fructose corn syrup, preservatives and other nasty ingredients. plus huge number of amish farmers. again clean food or cleaner producer. the entire state now is under the toxic cloud, the poison flowed into the water and rivers. that state is pretty much done. the property values went to zero or nearly. It makes me sick what was done there. I used to buy a lot of my food goods from there but I won’t take the chance now. have to limit my organic foods to local and there isn’t many places here.

    what a perfect hit! it was deliberate. it wasn’t a ‘controlled’ burn. if that was the case it would have been contained and their wouldn’t be the risk of a toxic cloud and saturation of the soil and the water. that was an uncontrolled burn. They didn’t care about the damage to the environment and the people in that town. they did their uncontrolled burn despite the potential damage it would cause. Profit was more important for the railroad and its CEO is laughing all the way to the bank.

  7. Dagny says:

    it may seem irrelvant but who ordered those chemicals…where were they going? who made them? could any of those people have assisted in the clean up and provided another way other then lighting them on fire. another way to neutralize them? why did they not take the chemicals out of the cars and put them on semi rigs and remove them. oh yeah…that would cost money…easier to destroy the environment for decades to come. poison the people, the soil, the water. all of it. destroy the life and livihoods of the people in the state. wipe out their property values and their ability to grow foods that are not toxic. so many questions. none have been answered.

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