This story of outrage only makes sense when one is a fakeologist.
Footage created in Hollywood for a #hrdpar being reused for an acknowledged work of (bad) fiction.
Too drole for words.
A day after learning that a science-fiction show on Netflix used footage of the Lac-Mégantic rail disaster, the mayor of the Quebec town said she believes images of the tragedy were used in a second Netflix production, Bird Box.
Some hoaxes have massive GoFundMes, some are just massive government wealth transfer programs. This one will set the precedent for billions.
Nearly five years after a train derailed in Lac-Mégantic and killed 47 people, the federal and provincial government confirmed a rail bypass Friday that will ensure trains leave the Quebec municipality’s downtown core for good.
What downtown core does a tiny railway village have?
“There’s nothing we wouldn’t give to go back in the past and avoid being here today to make this announcement,” Trudeau said. “Obviously, we can’t rewrite history, but we can, together, shape the future.”
Actually you do write history, and you also rewrite history.
While the estimated cost is $133 million, the next phase of the study will clarify the final cost of the bypass.
I’m sure the final tally will be many multiples more.
Transport Minister Marc Garneau said the project will encompass 80 pieces of privately owned land. The federal government will approach each of the owners and come to an agreement with them in terms of the value of their property.
Our a$$-true-NOT deep in the deception – I wonder how many plugged in people are among the 80 that will benefit from this land expropriation?
“When you move a rail line, you’re moving it from somewhere to somewhere else. There are private lands all around this place and there’s no question that there’s going to be people impacted when you move a rail line.
Impacted by huge windfalls.
Couillard also said that despite the goodwill of all those involved, a project of this magnitude could not be improvised.
The whole event was perfectly improvised – via a script.
He called the long-sought bypass an exceptional response to an exceptional situation.
Additionally, the federal government has reached a deal with the Central Maine & Quebec Railway, which will own and operate the new infrastructure.
Is this Crown literally handing over the expropriated land to a private corporation? Isn’t this the definition of fascism?
This blog has been active for 6 years. It’s taken 5 years to get the final tally in this obvious hoax #HRDPAR/NDNGH, one of the first we covered. Note the plethora of occult numbers.
It’s unlikely that any of this money could be justified to re-reroute train tracks. Last time I looked, trains and tracks belonged to private, for profit corporations (even though originally taxpayers probably financed and paid for most of the railroads a few times over).
How else could you get the public to agree to pay for this? STAGE AN EVENT.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be in Lac-Megantic on Friday to announce a rail bypass nearly five years after a train derailed and exploded in the Quebec town, killing 47 people. Sources tell The Canadian Press that Trudeau and federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau will be on hand and that the federal government will assume 60 per cent of the cost of building the bypass. Quebec will take on the remaining 40 per cent. The price tag for the 11-kilometre bypass is estimated at $133 million. I
What is the controlled media (CP/AP/Reuters) trying to tell us? While I am certain that Lac Megantic was a psyOp, hoax, staged media event drill, there are fewer clues with this latest fire. As the numbers settle and a few more images are released, and then articles like this appear, I am more weary that we’re being fooled again.
Yes, there are trust funds and rules and laws ready to be enacted (pre-written?) forcing senior homes to have sprinkler systems installed nationwide (even though they are provincially regulated matters – think peer pressure from the bully in Ottawa with all the marbles).
Major disasters that have struck at the heart of two small Quebec communities in the space of about seven months have some striking similarities.
Looks like the fakists running the Quebec train crash hoax are settling on 47 and 38 (=11) for their final numbers.
On the day that last body was found the head of the Quebec provincial police’s crime scene investigators, Steven Montambeault, cried during interviews as he described sights and smells that he said will haunt him forever.
The number of bodies found could still change, even if the search is over, Lapointe said. The coroner’s office, meanwhile, said it has identified 38 of the bodies and will work to identify the rest.
More ridiculous over the top silly stories about “crying during interviews” (let see them) to tell you how to react.
What are the names of the missing vicsims? Don’t they need any of the public’s help to find them?
Lovely mushroom-cloud style image to evoke the nuclear (mythological) bomb
One of our readers Lynn has some great observations of the Lac Megantic hoax. Apparently there was even the pre-requisite drill – cross border style!
Since this disaster was so close to the US border, several fire engine units from Maine responded to the scene to assist. I searched for news about joint efforts between Canada and the US and immediately found that a joint US/Canadian training exercise took place just weeks before this incident.
I guess Quebec or Canada doesn’t have any forensic experts (read good liars).
LAC-MEGANTIC, Quebec (Reuters) – A U.S. expert who worked on the aftermath of the September 11 attacks is helping Canadian authorities sift through wreckage left more than a week after a runaway train barrelled into a lakeside town in Quebec killing 50 people, police said on Wednesday.
More on the probably reason for the Lac Megantic Hoax. My guess is their is far more opposition to a pipeline (and paying for it with tax dollars) than anybody may have thought (and who gave it much thought other than those who want it?)
Alaska Pipeline (Photo credit: martnpro)
Support for the pipeline has gathered steam in the past 10 days since the devastating train explosion in Lac Mégantic, Que., where a train carrying crude to Saint John exploded in the small southwestern Quebec town. The death toll in that blast is now up to 37.
If you note the upright rectangle! — when I first glanced at it, I thought it might be an upended rail car until I realized the oil traincars are fatter and shorter, and round– and couldn’t be that tall. Instantly I was struck with the thought that it would be a fire/smoke stack– something I’m somewhat familiar with from my workdays at the steel mill in Hamilton, Ontario– in principle– although the flame and smoke coming out of the stack in Lac Megantic is higher volume.
Good to see another well done blog with some good research on the Quebec train crash hoax.
There are a lot of ways to approach a “media event” like the train crash in the Canadian town near the Maine border. Rather than go into a complete analysis, I personally find it amazing that these illusions can be pulled off even half-successfully. After reviewing nearly 100 photos on Google picture search of the Lac Magantic oil-tanker train crash, I’ve spotted some unexplainable astonishing anomolies that are key indicators of a hoax.