by Natura Naturans
This just in from Jim Stone, investigative reporter”
Obviously there’s no way to be 100 percent certain with this, but a referee would certainly call it for the following reasons: There was no damage to the oil facility. At least no damage to speak of. They can patch it up and get it going STAT because it was extremely minimal damage that did not wipe out actual refining capabilities, all it did was light big fires (that are already completely out) and make a bunch of smoke. If this was for real, it would not be put out already.
Another very suspicious aspect of this was how precise the “hits” were. It looks as if someone went up on the tanks with a man lift that could access the same spot on each tank easily, and put the absolute minimal explosive there manually that would be needed to blow the tank, without actually destroying the tank. There’s not a chance in hell it was cruise missiles because if it was, there would be nothing left of the tanks. Instead, they are all neatly poked in exactly the same spot on each tank. The tanks obviously only need to be patched, they don’t need to be replaced.
Here’s a HUGE reason to call the attacks totally FAKE, and I know this cinches it –
First, an explanation to prove the scenario here – In industry, when repairs have to be made to any tank filled with anything that can explode when mixed with air – if it needs to be welded, welding can be done without worry provided the welding is done below the level of the liquid in the tank, down below where the air can reach it. This is even true on gasoline tanks. As long as you don’t puncture the tank or weld where the air is, there’s no chance at all of there being a problem from being welded, welding can be done below the level of whatever liquid is in the tank. THIS IS EXACTLY HOW EVERY SINGLE “DRONE AND CRUISE MISSILE” HIT THESE TANKS.
Take a look at this picture. All the tanks were hit the same way in exactly the same spot, with precison that is not attainable by those accused, as well as precise limited damage not attainable by those accused.”
Leaves From The Tree of My Life
by Bente Dammegard
Written a few years before the author Bente Dammegaard left this world: “At the moment I am 81 years old and live on the beautiful island of Mallorca, Spain. When I wrote the book I looked back on my life wondering how on earth I had succeeded in collecting so many years. Along the way I have become the mother of three wonderful and very different children, have spent a lot of my life as a translator and, as such, have translated books, films, comics and scientific texts. I have been an instructor of non-violent jiujitsu, been a teacher of languages for adults and never had a steady job but always been a free lance person, that is to say I have worked my bum off when others were on holiday, been a tourist guide at an old fortress/castle – which the Swedes built against us Danes, and I was the first and only one to conquer it. I am a Dane by birth, moved to Sweden in 1966 with husband and three children, lived there for more than 35 years and moved to Spain because the ice and snow on the roads of Sweden were just too much. I am now, more than ever, conscious of the fact that I – and nobody else in the universe – am responsible for how my attitude towards life is. I can choose to see myself as a victim and feel sorry for me, or I can see myself as surrounded by miracles, which I truly am, and be grateful.”
Notice the holes are in EXACTLY the same location on the tanks. No way drones or missiles could be that accurate. And why did the attack ONLY take out these natural gas tanks and spare the rest of the refinery? If the attackers really wanted to do damage they would have gone for the huge tanks of crude and condensate.
Now we hear that Saudi Arabia will get back to full capacity in a couple of WEEKS!
Saudi Arabia Set to Return to Normal Oil Production Levels by End of Month
Seems the one thing you can bank on in the news is you can’t bank on ANYTHING. It’s all scripted propaganda. The US, Israel and Saudi Arabia want to create public support for a war with Iran. Right now the public opinion doesn’t back it, but if they just do enough false flags, maybe:
“The Trump administration has been making bumbling, ham-fisted attempts at manufacturing public support for increasing aggressions against Iran since it initiated withdrawal from the JCPOA a year and a half ago, yet according to a Gallup poll last month Americans still overwhelmingly support diplomatic solutions with Tehran over any kind of military aggression at all. In contrast, most Americans supported a full-scale ground invasion of Iraq according to Gallup polls taken in the lead-up to that 2003 atrocity. With the far less committed Libya intervention, it was 47 percent supportive of US military action versus 37 percent opposed.
That’s the kind of support it takes to get a US war off the ground these days. And it’s going to take a lot more than a busted Saudi oil refinery to get there, even in the completely unproven event that it was indeed Iran which launched the attack.”