The Daily Stormer has gone on the record saying that the most likely cause of the explosion in Beirut is that there was a cache of volatile chemical materials at the docks, but that the Jews went in and triggered it to explode.
That theory certainly fits in with the fact that we now have serious domestic unrest in Lebanon, something which is very good for Israel.
Security forces have fired tear gas and rubber bullets during clashes with stone-throwing demonstrators in Lebanon’s capital, amid mounting fury over the massive explosion that killed nearly 160 people.
More than 10,000 people gathered in Beirut’s Martyrs’ Square for demonstrations against the political elite, which quickly turned violent.
According to the Lebanese Red Cross, 110 people have been wounded and dozens taken to hospital during demonstrations.
Early on, riot police fired tear gas and rubber bullets at demonstrators trying to break through a barrier to get to the parliament building.
Live coverage on local television stations showed several people bloodied.
As clashes began to worsen, a Lebanese policeman was reportedly killed.
Dozens of protesters broke into the foreign ministry, where they burned a framed portrait of President Michel Aoun, representative for many of a political class that has ruled Lebanon for decades and which they said was to blame for its deep political and economic crises.
Activists who called for the protest set up symbolic nooses to hang politicians whose corruption and negligence they blame for the explosion, which was fuelled by thousands of tons of ammonium nitrate that had been improperly stored at the city’s port for more than six years.
Apparently set off by a fire, it was by far the biggest blast in Lebanon’s troubled history and caused billions of dollars’ worth of damage, according to Beirut’s Governor.
“Resignation or hang,” read a banner held by protesters, who also planned to hold a symbolic funeral for the dead.
Khodr Ghadir, 23, said the noose was for everyone who has been in power for the past 30 years.
I’m sure the government is corrupt and blah blah blah – but what government isn’t?
The other thing is: this government has been drained completely by trying to fight Israel for decades on end. Obviously, that is going to cause problems for social services and so on.
Again – any chaos in any neighboring country is good for Israel, and it is very hard to believe this is a coincidence.
Remember that immediately after the blast, Donald Trump said it was definitely an attack.
REPORTER: Are you confident the #Beirut explosion was an attack?
PRESIDENT TRUMP: "…I've met with some of our great generals & they seem to feel that it was." — "They would know better than I would. They seem to think … it was a bomb of some kind, yes." pic.twitter.com/2MjVRqAoKE
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) August 4, 2020
We don’t really have any other information. So, the options are that the Jews triggered this, or it is just a coincidence that something which is very beneficial to the Jews happened to happen.
The situation, currently, is a complete mess, and likely will result in some kind of regime change from the looks of it.
“Get back get back their shooting”
“No problem, let them.” pic.twitter.com/gO5W72dVVP
— Timour Azhari (@timourazhari) August 8, 2020
This incredibly powerful photo is circulating on FB, original source unknown
— Zahra Hankir (@ZahraHankir) August 9, 2020
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) August 8, 2020
BREAKING: Lebanese Red Cross report 110 people have been wounded in protests in Central Beirut, with 32 taken to hospital.
People in Lebanon are protesting after an explosion killed at least 158 people and caused extensive damage.
— SkyNews (@SkyNews) August 8, 2020
Protesters in Lebanon stormed several government ministries as violent protests gripped Beirut. More than 200 people have been injured and one member of the Lebanese security forces died, officials say. https://t.co/14KvQekt3m pic.twitter.com/pt9YUs7UsG
— CNN (@CNN) August 8, 2020
🇱🇧 Thousands of people came out to protest against the Government after the explosions in the Port of #Beirut. Protesters use cut-out images of the Hezbollah leader or the President of the Executive, among others, simulating their hanging. #Lebanon pic.twitter.com/4zVN9CKJJn
— Saiimon. (🇭🇰 🇹🇼) (@VzlaUfo) August 8, 2020
Protesters are allegedly chanting against Iran… to quote Joe Biden: “I mean, come on, MAN!”
#Lebanon— Angry citizens in #Beirut, sickened by #Khamenei's occupation of Lebanon via proxy, shout "#Hezbollah is Terrorist," as they protest #Nasrallah's utterly incompetent regime. #Iran #LebanonExplosion | #لبنان_ينتفض #بيروتpic.twitter.com/FPqRVPznNN
— Hezbollah Watch® (@HezbollahWatch) August 8, 2020
The Jews are all over social media celebrating this uprising in Lebanon.
Huge protests in Beirut Lebanon against the country’s leadership. pic.twitter.com/zfngXVifoG
— Amir Tsarfati (@BeholdIsrael) August 8, 2020
Some people are catching crisis actors in the crowds.
Hahah good actress… look how she plays her role.. changes the laughter to cry in a second.
US/israeli/saudi whores on the field! And Macron paid a field visit. #لبنان #Lebanon pic.twitter.com/da3LizCleb
— Hamid Taheri (@Hamid_Taheri1) August 9, 2020
Macron doesn’t seem to be especially popular.
Macron mobbed in Beirut. Down with the regime, locals chanted, and called for Revolution while declaiming Lebanon's President Aoun. pic.twitter.com/4ntkZToUFj
— Quentin Sommerville (@sommervilletv) August 6, 2020
But what I want to know is about these subterranean chambers…
“A Labyrinth of subterranean chambers” revealed to be beneath Beirut, Lebanon Blast Site.💭 pic.twitter.com/EU6nUZLFs5
— The17thPatriot (@The17th_Patriot) August 9, 2020
No, I’m just joking, Q-cucks. The tunnels are all across Lebanon as strategic defense against an Israeli invasion. Here’s an article about Hezbollah’s use of tunnels.
These are definitely NOT satanic pedophile tunnels.
Please stop saying that on the internet.