Who Profits from the Beirut Blast?

Ammonium nitrate is quite stable, making it one of the safest explosives used in mining. Fire normally won’t set it off. It becomes highly explosive only if contaminated – for instance by oil – or heated to a point where it undergoes chemical changes that produce a sort of impermeable cocoon around it in which oxygen can build up to a dangerous level where an ignition can cause an explosion. Why, after sleeping in Hangar 12 for seven years, did this pile suddenly feel an itch to explode?

The New Dark Age

7 August 2020 — Asia Times

Making the case that the explosion resulted from an attack

Pepe Escobar

The narrative that the Beirut explosion was an exclusive consequence of negligence and corruption by the current Lebanese government is now set in stone, at least in the Atlanticist sphere.

And yet, digging deeper, we find that negligence and corruption may have been fully exploited, via sabotage, to engineer it.

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3 thoughts on “Who Profits from the Beirut Blast?

  1. Pingback: WHO PROFITS FROM THE BEIRUT BLAST? | © blogfactory

  2. Thanks for the link, Leland. I have gone back to Meyssan’s original article, which is sadly lacking in sources. From My experience, he usually turns out to be right. Perhaps because he seems to rely on anonymous intelligence whistleblowers.

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