The war on America’s food supply moves into horrific new territory with thousands of farms downstream from Ohio Armageddon and countless amount of wildlife already dying
Back in 2022, a little seen movie was released featuring actors Adam Driver and Don Cheadle among others titled “White Noise.” Featuring the tag line “You can’t hear it if it’s everywhere,” as ANP reader Johnny Shaffer pointed out in a very interesting comment on this ANP story, “White Noise” is quite bizarrely a film about a chemical train wreck in Ohio, and as even CNN pointed out, many of the extras for that movie were locals from East Palestine Ohio who, in the film, evacuated, then months later had to do so in real life!
(Article by Stefan Stanford republished from AllNewsPipeline.com)
Nothing less than ‘predictive programming‘ to the max thrown directly in America’s faces, keep in mind the film’s tag line, “You can’t hear it if it’s everywhere,” as we explore that train derailment ‘conveniently happening‘ as the globalists rush us towards all-out war while a ‘war of the world’s‘ scenario is also forced upon us, commanding Americans attention at a time when the Biden cabal tries desperately to take the attention of Americans away from his act of war putting us on the fast track to WW3.
Yet as numerous ANP readers have pointed out about the train derailment that caused towns in both Ohio and Pennsylvania to be evacuated, it’s causing an absolute catastrophe environmentally, with Sil Caggiano, a hazardous materials specialist and former fire department chief, warning residents never should have been allowed to return to their homes so quickly without all of their homes being tested for the toxic materials released into the atmosphere, with Caggiano claiming “We basically nuked a town with chemicals so we could get a railroad open.”
The war on America’s food supply moves into horrific new territory
Warning that ‘we’re going to be looking at this thing 5, 10, 15, 20 years down the line‘ and the very real possibility of cancer clusters popping up and well water going bad, with reports already emerging of a chemical smell still lingering over the area with reports of people having trouble breathing and burning eyes, this Daily Mail story also reported dead fish spotted in waterways around the area.
When Ben Ratner’s family signed up in 2021 to be extras in the movie “White Noise,” they thought it would be a fun distraction from their day-to-day life in blue-collar East Palestine, Ohio.
The war on America’s food supply moves into horrific new territoryRatner, 37, is in a traffic jam scene, sitting in a line of cars trying to evacuate after a freight train collided with a tanker truck, triggering an explosion that fills the air with dangerous toxins. In another scene, his father wears a trench coat and hat while people walk across an overpass to get out of town. Directors told the group they wanted them to look “forlorn and downtrodden” as they escape the environmental disaster.
The 2022 movie was shot around Ohio and is based on a novel by Don DeLillo. The book was published in 1985, shortly after a chemical disaster in Bhopal, India, that killed nearly 4,000 people. The book and film follow the fictional Gladney family – a couple and their four kids – as they flee an “airborne toxic event” and then return home and try to resume their normal lives.
Ratner tried to rewatch the movie a few days ago and found that he couldn’t finish it.
“All of a sudden, it hit too close to home,” he said.
Ratner and his family – his wife, Lindsay, and their kids, Lilly, Izzy, Simon and Brodie – are living the fiction they helped bring to the screen.
Leading to scenes like the ones above of which this Zero Hedge story claims has left that small town in Ohio actually looking like it is engulfed in ‘the apocalypse,’ you’ve got to check out the 1st video at the bottom of this story showing those ‘dark clouds‘ hanging over the area, and they’re alarming.
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