Syria: Beirut Port Explosion, Truth and attempts at political exploitation

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Jim Hanke, Gordon Duff and Dr. Najm, Damascus 2015

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  1. With respect, if those are thermal images then shouldn’t the guys exposed neck and exposed ankles look more bright than his clothes, if white is warm and black is cold? Just an observation.

  2. Someone better get samples of what is in the crater before the nara time is hijacked by largely fact less speculation leads to interst fatigue and los’s of will to discover the who, what, when and wherefore of this horrific event.

  3. There is the Russian ship story in full detail at least.
    It’s sort of the Lebanese version of the fake narrative; the AN exploded and caused the huge blast but there is much suspicion that Israel caused it in some way.
    Nobody seems to want to investigate the obvious, in that it was a nuclear bunker buster missle that burned a 100ft dish shaped crater in solid granite.
    For some reason he left out fact that there was a smoldering fire with thick black smoke in warehouse for twenty minutes, before the first explosion.
    Maybe bevause to state that, in turn it means obviously dozens, if not hundreds, of witnesses had their smartphones aimed at the warehouse and so there is huge amount of evidence into exactly what kind of explosion occured.
    Also he describes the fireball as orange, when in fact the core of it is white.

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