COULD THE RECENT CHLORINE CLOUD IN THE UK BE A FALSE FLAG ATTACK OR SOMETHING MORE SINISTER?
On Sunday 27th August 2017, reports started to come in that there had been a ‘suspected chemical incident’ on Beachy Head in East Sussex.
Initially, over 100 people were rushed to hospital after suffering from severe stinging of the eyes, sore throat and breathing difficulties. It is thought these symptoms were brought on by a toxic chlorine gas cloud, which passed over the beach yesterday afternoon. Eventually, more and more people sought medical attention, with over 300 people no thought to be affected.
— Harry Court (@harrycourt_) August 27, 2017
Emergency services have announced that a major incident is underway and the beach has been evacuated and medical staff, in hazmat suits, put in place to help people affected by the chlorine gas cloud.
noxious gas in #beachyhead, just arrived & told to leave by firemen/armed response unit, sore eyes & gutted..such a beautiful day to be here
— agatka (@agatka__agatka) August 27, 2017
What is strange about this incident is that, as far as we’re aware, chlorine gas is not a naturally accruing phenomenon. So it poses the question, where has this toxic cloud come from and what has caused it.
What is rather suspect is that just a day before The Sun Newspaper reported that all medical front line staff had been given EpiPen style antidotes should there be a chemical or nerve agent attack based in the UK.
One thing is for certain, this whole thing stinks. We can only hope that the public does not let this one slide and that we don’t just forget this in the morning, we must ask questions as to how and why this happened.
— Hastings Police (@Hastings_police) August 27, 2017