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Are the EPA & CDC Colluding To Force Americans From Homes Using CERCLA, ATSDR & PHAGM?
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Two CERCLA agencies that I think are very concerning around the East Palestine train crash & subsequent explosion are the EPA and the CDC’s ATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry). Both the CDC and the EPA are already on the scene in Ohio. I worry that they will be instrumental in preventing people from using their land and even possibly helping forcibly evacuate people against their will.
CERCLA is the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act. This law is disgustingly antagonistic against victims of chemical spills and potential purchasers of their property. We’ll see a certain chemical Dioxin listed in the short list of EPA’s targeted chemicals under Superfund (CERCLA):
Note how they expressly state they conflate the entire group of chemicals called “dioxins” with the most toxic version of dioxin. This can also be seen in how the news has been covering the term: a purposeful blurring of the toxicity of dioxins to all being equal to the most extreme example of toxicity. I worry this will be weaponized for EPA tyranny in the very near future.
Let’s next turn to the US Health & Human Services agency called ATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry). Here’s an excerpt from their site on the CECLA mandate:
The ATSDR has a guidance document that they maintain called the Public Health Assessment Guidance Manual or PHAGM (latest 2005 vrs) The ATSDR team is already in East Palestine Ohio under the excuse of surveying the residents’ health!
Forcing victims out of their homes against their will is absolutely evil!
Look at who’s on the scene right now in East Palestine, Ohio. Here’s the opening graphic for the FEMA press conference on 2/28/2023
The EPA website has a series of FAQs pertaining to the ATSDR guidance based on dioxin levels that is very pertain here: https://www.epa.gov/dioxin/frequently-asked-questions-update-atsdr-policy-guideline-dioxins-and-dioxin-compounds
Another ATSDR document on Chlorinated Dibenzo-p-dioxins (CDDs) can be found here: https://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/toxprofiles/tp104.pdf
For more information on CERCLA, see the first article in this series: CERCLA & EPA's Eco-Communist Takeover Of USA Heartlands! Will Ohio Be Plundered By Eco-Thieves?