Over the past two days, the UK media have been reporting on the story of a ‘Noxious Cloud’ of an unidentified gaseous substance, that drifted ashore along the Sussex coast of England that left around 223 people needing hospital treatment.
‘The mystery over a noxious chemical haze that drifted ashore along the Sussex coast and put scores in hospital has deepened as police have said it is unlikely to have come from France’. LINK
The mass media reports have been varied to say the least, and some highly inventive theories have been offered as a means of explanation; A Chemical Attack, a Leaking WWI Gas Canister, an Algal Bloom, an Industrial Accent in France and a Chlorine Leak are among those that have been suggested, and have subsequently been rejected by various agencies, including the RNLI and the Sussex police.
‘Neither the source or the nature of the gas cloud had still not been identified but said reports that it may have originated in France were “very unlikely”. – Sussex Police
As no definitive ‘Official’ explanation has been offered as yet, and the true cause is highly unlikely to be disclosed anyway if an alternative can be found (and sold to the great British public), so with that in mind, any serious research into this, and other incidences of this type should be conducted with one eye firmly on this country’s own recent history.
And if you still refuse to believe that the UK’s (and any other country’s) establishment agencies are not fully aware as to the real cause, and are not only capable of attacking it’s own people in a similar manner, but have indeed done so on a number of occasions throughout history, then I can only suggest that you are visiting the wrong website.
It’s been openly published in the mainstream media too, in case you were wondering.
Although it was fifteen years ago.
‘Many of these tests involved releasing potentially dangerous chemicals and micro-organisms over vast swaths of the population without the public being told.’- THE GUARDIAN