Oil Tankers struck near Strait of Hormuz and MSM presents FAKE Narrative to discredit Trump
Some people did something you betcha!
So who the fook is this Japanese guy Yutaka Katada that the MSM says he claims that the US was incorrect in their assessment that a mine blew up
"his" boat? Is he an alumni of The Deep State? He claims that it was a flying object that struck the boat. Why? Because the United States has a
fooking video of “some people” removing a mine from a large boat by people in a smaller armed boat. So now does the USA have krypton hot stuff on
Iran and does Mike Pompeo now have the Iran made for TV disco dancers caught with their pants down? We sure do and it seems that The Deep State is a
friend of Iran and a war with Iran will hurt The Deep State. Then there is that thing in Yemen.
‘Flying Object’ Struck Tanker in Gulf of Oman, Operator Says, Not a Mine
• The Japanese owner of one of the oil tankers attacked near Iran on Thursday says the vessel was struck by a projectile and not by a mine.
• “We received reports that something flew towards the ship,” says Yutaka Katada, president of Kokuka Sangyo.
• On Thursday, U.S. Central Command said that the Japanese oil tanker, Kokuka Courageous, had an “unexploded limpet mine on their hull following
an initial explosion.”
Here's a link to their web site. Hurry hurry before its taken down and or sanitized:
HE Yutaka Katada, president of Kokuka Sangyo, DOESN’T OWN THE BOAT; Bernhard Schulte OWNS THE BOAT!!!!
Here is the link to the Bernhard Schulte press release on the matter. As they are a publicly traded company, they have to by law report out. Plus take
a look at the Kokuka Sangyo website. The name of the boat that was attacked was the Kokuka Courageous. The name of that boat DOES NOT EVEN SHOW UP IN
THEIR INVENTORY. Go look for yourself before their site is saniti
14 June 2019
Update - Kokuka Courageous incident – Gulf of Oman
Following a security incident yesterday the Kokuka Courageous sustained damage to her hull on the starboard side. Our crew evacuated the vessel as a
With the assistance of the US Navy our crew have now returned to the Kokuka Courageous and have restored emergency power on-board.
The Kokuka Courageous is stable. Full damage assessments will be carried out, but there is no danger of her sinking and there is no loss of cargo or
Here's the video by the U.S. Central Command
GULF OF OMAN, USCENTCOM, AT SEA
U.S. Central Command Public Affairs
Unexploded Limpet Mine Removed from M/T Kokuka Courageous in the Gulf of Oman
So who’s lying MSM? So lets bring on the Disco Dancers and start the chant! Death to e merica!!!
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