Not from the USA manufactured 'al CIA Duh.'
Not from the terrorist haven known for its false flag expertise used on 9/11, Apartheid Israel.
A terrorist attack launched from that nest of corrupters and money worshipers, Wall Street.
A terrorist attack so terrible, it killed 25,000 civilians in Bhopal, India and the USA corporate thugs behind the attack, although known widely, still remain free to this day.
The MSM, doing their Masters bidding, downplays the number who died, but credible sources put it at 25,000, not 3-8,000 along with several hundred thousand that suffered some type of permanent injury.
The stillbirth rate increased by up to 300% and neonatal mortality rate by 200%, deaths and injuries that could of been avoided if hospital had been given the correct info on what they were dealing with, but that would of affected shareholder value.
Although Union Carbide eventually paid out 470 million, most of that was covered by insurance and the huge number of victims meant that only $500 dollars was paid to each survivor.
A toxic brew of methyl isocyanate, phosgene, hydrogen cyanide gases did the deed, along with other heavy metals still causing problems thanks to Union Carbide--which was bought out by DOW Chemical in 2001--abandoning the site.
The horrors continue to this day, since UC has left a witches brew of toxic chemicals onsite that continue to plague the local people.
The MIC and the Sevin plants are still there, as are storages of different residues.UC's CEO at the time, Warren Anderson, flew to India and was initially arrested, but bought his way out and fled to the USA.
Isolation material is falling down and spreading.
The area around the plant was used as a dumping area for hazardous chemicals. In 1982tubewells in the vicinity of the UCC factory had to be abandoned. UCC's laboratory tests in 1989 revealed that soil and water samples collected from near the factory and inside the plant were toxic to fish. Several other studies have shown polluted soil and groundwater in the area.
Reported polluting compounds include naphthol, naphthalene, Sevin, tarry residue, mercury, toxic organochlorines, volatile organochlorine compounds, chromium, copper, nickel, lead, hexachloroethane, hexachlorobutadiene, and the pesticide HCH.
In 1991, local Bhopal authorities charged Anderson, who had retired in 1986, with manslaughter, a crime that carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison. He was declared a fugitive from justice by the Chief Judicial Magistrate of Bhopal on February 1, 1992, for failing to appear at the court hearings in a culpable homicide case in which he was named the chief defendant. Orders were passed to the Government of India to press for an extradition from the United States.UC tries to claim it was an act of 'sabotage' that caused the accident, but judge for yourself.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal of the decision of the lower federal courts in October 1993, meaning that victims of the Bhopal disaster could not seek damages in a US court.
Excuses have been made as to what happened, but here's the real reason.
The Wall Street mantra of increasing shareholder profit and CEO bonuses led to drastic cutbacks in safety:
Attempts to reduce expenses affected the factory's employees and their conditions. Kurzman argues that "cuts...meant less stringent quality control and thus looser safety rules. A pipe leaked? Don't replace it, employees said they were told ... MIC workers needed more training? They could do with less. Promotions were halted, seriously affecting employee morale and driving some of the most skilled ... elsewhere". Workers were forced to use English manuals, even though only a few had a grasp of the language.For a more realistic version of events and not the Zionist MSM spin, go to International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal.
By 1984, only six of the original twelve operators were still working with MIC and the number of supervisory personnel was also cut in half. No maintenance supervisor was placed on the night shift and instrument readings were taken every two hours, rather than the previous and required one-hour readings. Workers made complaints about the cuts through their union but were ignored. One employee was fired after going on a 15-day hunger strike. 70% of the plant's employees were fined before the disaster for refusing to deviate from the proper safety regulations under pressure from management.
The MIC tank alarms had not worked for four years.
There was only one manual back-up system, compared to a four-stage system used in the US.
The flare tower and the vent gas scrubber had been out of service for five months before the disaster. The gas scrubber therefore did not treat escaping gases with sodium hydroxide (caustic soda), which might have brought the concentration down to a safe level. The maximum pressure the scrubber could handle, provided it had been operating, was only a quarter of the pressure during the leak. The flare tower could only hold a quarter of the gas that leaked in 1984.
To reduce energy costs, the refrigeration system was idle. The MIC was kept at 20 degrees Celsius, not the 4.5 degrees advised by the manual.
The steam boiler, intended to clean the pipes, was out of action for unknown reasons.
Slip-blind plates that would have prevented water from pipes being cleaned from leaking into the MIC tanks through faulty valves were not installed. Their installation had been omitted from the cleaning checklist.
The water pressure was too weak to spray the escaping gases from the stack. They could not spray high enough to reduce the concentration of escaping gas.