Japanese container ship carrying weapons for Syrian rebels splits in half/sinks. WW3 gone internatio

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posted on Jun, 26 2013 @ 06:44 PM
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posted on Jun, 27 2013 @ 02:19 AM
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Can we call this officially a Hoax, as no one has come forward with any evidence that states it was carrying arms?







When asked to comment on unconfirmed reports that the ship had contained arms, DIG Bhadkar replied: “We don’t know for sure what type of cargo was on the ship. The Coast Guard Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre diverted three merchant ships and rescued 26 crew members on board the stricken vessel.”



Ship wreckage with arms drifting towards Goa?


Key word, UNCONFIRMED.........

And doesn't know what type of Cargo was on the ship.

Also, the ship is in an area where pirates operate.

So....they give the broken vessel filled with weapons One Patrol ship, and three Tugboats............

Too funny.
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posted on Jun, 27 2013 @ 02:34 AM
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Can we call this officially a Hoax...

What, that there are illegal international arms shipments to syria from outside its borders? Or just this boat?

I'll relent about this case when those cargo containers wash up and somebody uploads amateur video of what was in them.

There would be many different companies and differing cargos aboard any container ship at any time. How to determine if any aboard marked "machine parts" are really arms intended for Syria? Impossible. Hoax?

Unconfirmed...



posted on Jun, 27 2013 @ 02:40 AM
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Who stated that there were arms?

Given that ,surely they can provide some sort of proof ,any proof?

It would be like me Starting a thread " Mol Comfort breaks in two, The body of Hitler inside, New Nazi Reich Started!"

Then never coming back to my thread, as Op did...........

Would you not suspect the story as being BS?

Before its News, and various BS websites are reporting it. NO major news outlet. NONE.




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posted on Jun, 27 2013 @ 05:44 AM
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Originally posted by intrptr
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Can we call this officially a Hoax...

What, that there are illegal international arms shipments to syria from outside its borders? Or just this boat?

I'll relent about this case when those cargo containers wash up and somebody uploads amateur video of what was in them.

There would be many different companies and differing cargos aboard any container ship at any time. How to determine if any aboard marked "machine parts" are really arms intended for Syria? Impossible. Hoax?

Unconfirmed...


You realise just how many containers there are? You wont ever get amateur footage of people opening them.

There would indeed be 1000's of companies, but these containers get routinely checked at various stages and they would have to send them through a recognized shipper and consignee and ourselves the 'ships agents', there is no saying whether these containers would be scanned when coming in as import, they couldn't cover all there tracks to many people would have to know. Also how did those that fired this torpedo know they were on the vessel?


*EDIT* Im not saying Its completely impossible, but just none of this really adds up and I haven't seen a single piece of evidence to suggest there was anything unusual on the vessel.

Why they would use the MOL Comfort also just makes no sense.
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posted on Jun, 27 2013 @ 10:41 AM
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Well actually you are stating emphatically that there are not... weapons on board. You haven't presented any proof of that either. So BS meters shouldn't be ringing because you simply say it's not so?


I should believe your lack of evidence as opposed to theirs?


Okaaay...


The aft part was rolling heavily in adverse weather, and the ingressing water in the cargo hold and the loss of containers on deck were progressing.

MOL Comfort update

We'll see a coastline littered with containers (maybe). You know they are waterproof unless damaged?
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posted on Jun, 27 2013 @ 11:03 AM
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There would indeed be 1000's of companies, but these containers get routinely checked at various stages

Actually, a very few containers of the millions that transit the world every day are "checked".

What, you expect every container to be opened and emptied and all the stuff inside crates to be inspected? Shipping would slow to a crawl. Mostly, inspections are carried out of individual containers because of tip-offs or ongoing investigations for specific items. But war materiel illegally destined to a covert operation would necessarily be "hidden", all down the line to its destination.

I can show you an older picture of where the weapons are crossing borders to eventually get to the rebels. That would be Turkey (Nato), Iraq (ahem), Jordan (cough), Israel (well, Israel) and Lebanon.




posted on Jun, 27 2013 @ 11:54 AM
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Originally posted by HTUKno1

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You realise just how many containers there are? You wont ever get amateur footage of people opening them.

Happens all the time.

Shipping containers washed ashore



posted on Jul, 5 2013 @ 11:12 AM
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Havent seen much more about this.




Originally posted by pinkbirdatabase
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Quote: Even the scale of the consequences is hard, impossible, to estimate, not to mention consequences themselves. This is the 1st case in liner sector, when modern ocean-going liner container vessel (built in Japan!) sank in the ocean after breaking in 2 parts, like a poorly built and managed bulk carrier or over aged coaster. Nothing like this ever occurred, and no one believed it was possible, even theoretically. It just could not happen, but still, here it is.'

Update
these are fresh reports coming in from Syrian News:'A large fleet named "Mol Comfort" carrying Arms for FSA from the U.S. has crashed in the Indian Oceanas it made its way from Singapore to Jeddah, on board were 4,500 containers loaded with arms for the Syrian rebels'thats all the info so far for now... they are waiting for more info.

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posted on Jul, 7 2013 @ 04:45 AM
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They probably were operating in weather conditions that were extremely dangerous because they were desperate to ship these weapons.



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