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originally posted by: mungbean
You have obviously not read the thread in full, let alone the OP. then you may reallise why it was a very worthwhile target. On top of my presumption that you did not read the OP or info and facts within this thread I would summise you do not know much of history or current geopolitics or the economy ( sorry if my assumptions are unfounded )
The Chinese government has put in place unprecedented secrecy surrounding the mysterious explosion, and aggressive police state tactics are now being invoked to control the flow of information surrounding this event.
It seems the more educated people are with chemistry physics and ballistics married with a knowledge of history and the current geopolitical moves make it the more obvious it is this was attack/sabotage.
If you have even HALF a brain and spend just an hour or two investigating I am pretty sure your views will change
originally posted by: jaamaan
Interesting OP and extra info.
Could well be something in this direction.
It is not always easy posting a thread on this forum but you seem to do quite well so far.
Dont let the mass put you down.
You do not have to and can not argue with all members here
originally posted by: CarlOrff
So we are here discussing the Tianjin. I posted last night about www.abovetopsecret.com...
So my theory is that they were not attacked by another country. They were more likely trying to destroy or hide the evidence and to wipe something from the face of the earth that is dangerous and there is only one way. And that is fire and explosion. Explosions are bad most of the time if you are dealing with the subject that could cause problems when being blown up and the vapors going airborne. This was done by the Chinese people army. Why? They have enough firefighters in the area that could go there after the whole thing blew up...but in the days after the explosions there were more army personnel and heavy equipment, helicopters etc. than firefighters. So either what blew up was something that belonged to the PLA or something that had to be destroyed by the PLA. Accidents like that do not happen. They are not stupid, no one is. Too many safety mechanisms. Do not underestimate any nation on any person. Sooner or later it will backfire.
Sodium cyanide is a toxic chemical that can form a combustible gas upon contact with water, and several hundred tons would be a clear violation of rules cited by state media that the warehouse could store no more than 10 tons at a time.
Local officials have been hard-pressed to explain why authorities permitted hazardous goods warehouses so close to residential complexes and critical infrastructure, clearly in violation of the Chinese rule that hazmat storage should be 1,000 meters (yards) away from homes and public structures.