This Week in the World Affairs Brief
WHAT CAUSED THE MASSIVE BEIRUT EXPLOSION?
This week a massive blast at a warehouse in the port of Beirut, Lebanon, created a powerful shockwave that destroyed every building within 2000 yards of the port, caused heavy damage to everything within a mile radius and blew out windows further away. At least 135 were killed and thousands wounded. The official story, thus far, is that the blast was caused by a fire at the warehouse that ignited at least 2700 tons of ammonium nitrate fertilizer. Reports say the warehouse also contained fireworks which were set off by the fire. Video and images of the building fire just before the explosion show white flashes in the fire just before the massive blast. Further video evidence and analysis of the explosion paints a much different picture, however. One video in particular clearly shows a missile streaking in at the burning warehouse precisely before the explosion. This week I will show you the video documenting the incoming missile, and analyze the resulting blast wave that couldn’t have been a conventional explosive. I will also offer who I think is behind this apparent attack, and what the motive might be. To receive a one-time sample copy of the brief, email the editor at worldaffairsbrief.com
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