by Shepard Ambellas
April 20, 2013
WEST — A massive blast that measured 2.1 on the Richter scale hit the small Texas town on Wednesday leveling buildings and other structures, killing and injuring a number of civilians in what most local witnesses could only describe as a “bomb blast”. In fact, some witnesses have even stated on video when asked that, “It was a plane”.
Although it has been reported as a fertilizer plant fire explosion by the entire mainstream media and government sources, there could be more to the story as local reports suggest otherwise. While it is important to note that the factory did have a history of safety problems, audio and video analysis from the explosion suggests the possibility of something else.
Good people in the area are questioning the events that took place on that grim day, and for good reason.
dev-test.intellihub.com reporter Matthew Short’s investigation concludes with video evidence that emergency response vehicles were in the area before the explosion at the fertilizer plant in West and drills were being ran as stated by the hospital’s CEO in an interview.
This is the same fingerprint we have seen during events such as the attacks on September 11, 2001, the London bombings in July of 2005, the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, and even the Patriot’s Day bombing in Boston most recently.
These examples show the classic layout of an advanced governmental sponsored false flag event, which in turn is used to further subject the populace to surveillance and the removal of our god given rights and freedoms by a government which now seems to be overran by a tyrannical force.
Information also exists the suggest nuclear preparedness mass casualty drills were being ran in the area. According to the North Central Texas Trama Regional Advisory Council’s official website the regional full scale exercise took place on the dates of April 17th and 18th, 2013;
|Regional Full Scale EMTF Exercise – Black Rain|
|Start Date/Time:||Wednesday, April 17, 2013 9:00 AM|
|End Date/Time:||Thursday, April 18, 2013 5:00 PM|
|Recurring Event:||One time event|
Regional Full Scale EMTF Exercise – Black Rain
The NCTTRA also released this announcement after the explosion;
NCTTRAC Statement – West, TX
The North Central Texas Trauma Regional Advisory Council (NCTTRAC) wants to extend its heartfelt condolences and prayers to the victims and their families, the first responders, and the community of West, Texas for their unspeakable loss. West, Texas is a community familiar and dear to many of us in the emergency medical management and response community, and we’re only beginning this morning to assess the devastation of that community.
Because of the sensitivity to the ongoing event, the response from many north central Texas assets including components of Emergency Medical Task Force (EMTF) -2 , and the potential for additional asset requests today, NCTTRAC is scaling back the remainder of the exercise we have in progress today to support activity onsite of the mobile medical units and the clinical teams in a more limited role. However, we will not have any of today’s planned EMS activities using the ambulance strike teams or the ambulance buses (AMBUSes).
The VIP tours scheduled this afternoon from noon until 3:00 pm will still take place as scheduled during this time for the mobile medical units; however we will not have any of the AMBUSes or ambulance strike teams available for touring.
NCTTRAC appreciates the support received in this event, which has provided an opportunity to highlight the excellent work accomplished in north central Texas in emergency medical planning and response. The tragedies this week are exactly why this community prepares, supports, and responds and will continue to do so.
And if that information is chilling to you, you might want to sit down to read the rest of this article.
Information has been brought to light that the explosion was triggered by another source rather from the fertilizer plant fire itself. The videos display the lack of chemical reaction, ignition from an internal point in the plant, but rather from an outside point, possibly from the sky.
At (06:49) into the next video an eyewitness states, “It was a plane”.
You can also see by the damage to the building in the video that it was a massive blast, reminiscent of some militarized technology.
According to Matthew Short, reporter for dev-test.intellihub.com (as stated during a radio interview) people in the area are now coming to him for answers, demonstrating the need for information as locals are not buying the official story either.
Another key piece of evidence is an actual emergency transmission from that day. In the audio to disbatch the firefighter states, “We need every ambulance we can get this way. A bomb just went off inside here, it’s pretty bad. We got allot of firemen down.” (See video below).
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