"We've just witnessed Hiroshima here in the U.S. on a small scale," he told Dr. Sherri Tenpenny during the Feb. 20 episode of her Brighteon.TV program "The Tenpenny Report TV."
"You saw the plume of smoke which was to be covered up, and it was to be covered up because Norfolk Southern and other large companies have big lobbies in Washington. The government overreach which controls the media is keeping it off the news very well."
Soloway, who is board-certified in both internal medicine and rheumatology, added that these companies and the mainstream media are paid to listen to the government because "everything is about listening to the government."
He told Tenpenny that the 1945 Hiroshima atomic bombing was the closest thing he could think about when a toxic explosion is mentioned. Just like the bombing of the Japanese city, the train derailment spewed poison gas, poisoned bodies of water and killed fish.
"And we don't really know if this is going to have long-term depth over a thousand-mile radius over the next 10 or 15 years. And I think that's quite realistic. This is no different than Chernobyl or any other disaster site except the other sites, Chernobyl or Hiroshima, they were not kept secret."
Soloway went on to say that East Palestine is going to be one of the disaster sites where the soul is going to be contaminated with vinyl chloride, the chemical that the derailed trains had as cargo. He added that this toxic substance is fatal depending on whether a person breathes, eats, drinks or stands near it. (Related: Three more hazardous chemicals discovered at Norfolk Southern train derailment site in East Palestine.)
Tenpenny seconded her guest's remarks, saying that burning vinyl chloride turns it into phosgene – a chemical used in World War I to kill people by choking. She added that vinyl chloride can also form into dioxin, a pollutant contaminating water and soil. Thus, she called for the evacuation of people living within a 100- to 200-mile radius around the disaster site.
Soloway added that people should be paid to leave because they should not be living in a toxic disaster area. The federal government must also provide housing, food and clean water.
"It's a constitutional right to have liberty and the pursuit of happiness not to be poisoned by your government and have it covered up because you feel like it. The fact that the government is not evacuating that town and supplying these people food, money and fresh water is just an insult to being a taxpaying American citizen," he said.
"It's very sad. People are going to die because of it. Thousands of people are going to die, and food sources are goring to be contaminated. Now who's going to answer for this in 20 years? Or they are just going to hope that all the people are dead 20 years from now and this topic goes away?"
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