7 thoughts on “A Catastrophe has struck Beirut”

  1. The Iranian militia Hezbollah completely controls the country of Lebanon (and Syria as well). The port of Beirut is Hezbollah property, and it is there in warehouses that are stockpiled their arsenal of shipped in weaponry and explosives. The question arises, who would have interest in blowing out every glass window in a city and destroying a country already so crippled with little to no electricity, massive food shortages, impending bankruptcy?

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  2. …who would want the entire Hezbollah arsenal obliterated? Who would want the strikeforce power of Iran thus crippled?

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  3. US Defense Secretary Mark Esper at a press conference actually minimized the catastrophe as an “accident” that “could have been much worse.” Since when are 3000 tons of TNT and 4000 wounded and a city on life support somehow to be downplayed?

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