Friday, May 10, 2013

What the Hell? A Missile Strike in West, Texas?

I have been watching the news concerning the West, Texas Fertilizer Plant explosion for the last few weeks. With the increasing oppression going on and seeing the False Flag operations all over the Country has me very concerned. I would like to know who would do such a thing on the Sovereign Soil of the Republic of Texas. It is way past time for the County Commissioners Courts to form Sheriff Militias in each County in Texas. It is also time for each Citizen of ever race creed and color to secede Texas Out of the Corrupt Corporation Aka the UNITED STATES, or U.S., or U.S.A.Inc.
See Two Constitutions and Fraud in an earlier post and read the post The Prophecy of Texas.
It is my feeling that the Legislature of the STATE OF TEXAS is either to afraid, or unwilling to secede. Therefore: We have an Interim Government set up and as Counsel General of the Interim Government of the Republic of Texas I duly here by call for at least 2 people from each County in the current Borders of Texas to E-Mail me, due to the fact we are in need of a Delegates Convention to approve the revised 1836 Declaration of Independence and the revised 1836 Constitution and further set up a Constitutional Government From an Interim Government and let the Legislature of the STATE OF TEXAS know that We The People will no longer stand for oppression on the Soil of Texas.
Here are news releases that I have found and been keeping up with.

I Think A Missile Strike Appears To Have Destroyed West Texas Fertilizer Plant

Missile Strike Appears To Have Destroyed West Texas Fertilizer Plant
With everyone’s attention on the Boston Marathon bombings there have been a few events that occurred last week that have flown under the radar. On Wednesday April 17th 2013 there was an explosion at a fertilizer plant in West Texas that killed several people and injured hundreds. Raw video footage showing the plant on fire and the subsequent explosion shows what looks like a missile blowing up the complex. A very distinct sound can be heard right before the blast indicating that some sort of object traveling at a very high rate of speed was fired into the area. The corporate media has claimed that something inside the plant set off the larger explosion but if you carefully watch the footage it is obvious that this was not the case. The explosion was reported to have been felt up to 50 miles away and even registered 2.1 on the Richter scale creating an enormous mushroom cloud. This is similar to the Oklahoma City bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah federal building which resulted in a 3.0 reading on the Richter scale. The blast left a crater 30 yards across and 15 yards deep. Barry Murry a local resident who lives a mile away from the plant compared the blast to a bomb going off when speaking with CNN and this is just one of several eyewitness accounts comparing it as such. Common sense would dictate that this type of seismic activity and the crater size could have only occurred with the use of a powerful missile or bomb and the video evidence certainly supports it.

Did Missile Hit Fertilizer Plant in West Texas?
 Friday, April 19, 2013 12:42

From youtube:
Keep in mind, this is my opinion as proof. It doesn’t have to be yours. This to me definitely sounded like an approaching and impacting projectile; in my opinion a missile. Doesn’t mean I’m right, but it’s proof enough for me. Consider this very company had a pending class action lawsuit against Monsanto. The plot thickens with that little tidbit of info.

 Watch Video Here!

 Friday, April 19, 2013

Updated #2: Fertilizer Plant Explosion Another False Flag? Possible Missile Sighting at Fertilizer Plant Explosion Near Waco Texas!

Update #2:  New video with wider angle and multiple repeats in slow motion

People are also comparing the sound of the projectile as a military missile such as a tomahawk or JDAM.  Listen to the sound of the incoming missile, it can be heard on all videos released.

Watch Video 1 Here! 

Watch Video 2 Here!
Update: New video with wider angle showing missile hitting Texas plant
Watch Video 3 Here!
Projectile Captured Hitting Fertilizer Plant in Texas
Watch Video 4 Here!
Watch Video 5 Here!

Before the Blast, West Fertilizer’s Monsanto Lawsuit


As details emerge about the Texas fertilizer plant that was the site of Wednesday’s fatal explosion and fire, a few tidbits can be gleaned from a 2007 lawsuit that the plant’s owners filed against agribusiness giant Monsanto Co. MON -1.61%
The suit, filed as a potential class action in U.S. District Court for the western district of Texas, claimed that Monsanto had artificially inflated prices for its herbicide Roundup through anti-competitive actions. The suit did not relate to storing fertilizer, believed to be at the root of Wednesday’s blast.
The suit was filed by Texas Grain Storage Inc. The company now calls itself West Fertilizer Co.
In the suit, the company said that it was started in 1957 as a grain-storage business by the Plasek family in the town of West , Texas . It later built a small fertilizer-blend plant and started selling fertilizer to area farmers.
Zak Covar, executive director of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, told a news conference Wednesday that the fertilizer storage and blending facility had been there since 1962.
In 1970 it started selling other agricultural products, including some from Monsanto, and by 1997 it had struck a deal with Monsanto to directly purchase Roundup each year.
A court filing in 2008 indicated that Texas Grain Storage recently had been sold. Emil Plasek is listed as a former owner.
Texas Grain Storage said it monitored the Roundup, stored in a stainless steel tank, through a telephone connected to the tank, the company said.
Many documents in the case are sealed, and the public documents don’t reveal the names of the plant’s then-current owners. Texas corporation records list the president of the company as Donald R. Adair, and show a business operating as Adair Grain Inc. at the same address.
Texas Grain Storage was represented by roughly 30 lawyers at 12 firms, according to court records. One lawyer who represented Texas Grain said the suit stalled in 2010 after a magistrate judge denied a request to certify the case as a class action. The lawyer said Texas Grain appealed the ruling, and that a district judge has yet to rule on the appeal. The last public filing in the case was in 2010.
Monsanto responded to Texas Grain’s complaint by saying the company didn’t have standing to bring the case and was barred by the statute of limitations. Thursday, a Monsanto spokesman said, “The long dormant lawsuit filed by Texas Grain had nothing to do with fertilizer or the operation of the West, Texas plant.”
Texas Fertilizer Plant Expl*sion | M*ssile Strike Proof
Warning: One cuss word near the end of the video.  1 min 52 se




  1. My wife and I witnessed the missile that hit the plant. I put everything I know into my blog.

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