Monday, July 8, 2013

Could Lac-Megantic train derailment be a false flag ?

Could Lac-Megantic train derailment be a false flag ?

    Although information about the train derailment and explosions on the weekend are still sketchy and more information is still coming in, there has been some speculation in conspiracy circles that the train derailment, explosions and fire that may have killed dozens of people in Lac-Megantic, Quebec on Saturday may be the work of globalist elites.

    The cause of the accident is believed to be a runaway train. The president and CEO of Rail World Inc., the parent company of Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway, said the train had been parked uphill of Lac-Megantic. The tanker cars then sped downhill into the town before derailing. There is also rumor that a fire on this same train was extinguished hours before the train started rolling on its own with no driver or crew aboard the train.

    Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced he was heading to the town Sunday. Because of limited pipeline capacity in Canada, oil producers are using railroads to transport much of the oil to refineries on the East, Gulf and West coasts, as well as inland. Harper has called railroad transit "far more environmentally challenging" while trying to persuade the Obama administration to approve the controversial Keystone XL pipeline from Canada to the Gulf Coast.  Harper also wishes to build pipelines both east and west from Alberta to both coasts.

    There has been much protest against new pipelines being built in Canada. The majority of this protest has come from the idle no more movement and green environmentalists. In fact during some recent blockades there has been some talk that the socialist anarchists (Fake Activists) may have even tampered with rail way signals.  

    If it is determined that the train disaster in Lac-Megantic, Quebec on Saturday is sabotage ( and there is already talk of that) then they may be looking to hang this on the far left environmentalists. But we must ask ourselves if this was no accident then who would have the most to gain from this? Already the media has broadcast residents of the destroyed town saying they no longer want trains with oil to come through their area. Seems to me the people who have the most to gain from this rail disaster are the people and oil companies that want these pipelines built and that this incident will be held up as a good reason to do so, much in the same way 9/11 has been used as an excuse for the war in Afghanistan and the G-20 budget.

    Keep in mind this is nothing more than speculation at this point and there is no hard proof one way or the other. But with the ever shifting political climate in Canada it does make one wonder.   

Lawrence McCurry

July 8, 2013