China Just Had Another Massive Chemical Explosion

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For the third time this month, the Chinese have witnessed a massive chemical explosion in one of their cities. This is the second blast to occur in the province of Shandong in less than two weeks, which itself followed the massive Tianjin explosions that killed almost 150 people and injured 800 more on August 12th. The explosion was heard at around 11:30 PM local time in the city of Dongying, at what is thought to be a chemical factory. For now, no casualties have been reported.

Some have theorized that the Tianjin disaster was really an American attack against China. Do you think this particular incident is related? Or are all of these explosions accidental? Let us know what you think in the comments.

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  • none

    Well president Obama did invade the Ukraine.
    The only reason the Russians didn’t invade is that one of the 15 nuclear reactors might have melted down.
    So yeah, I could see him cyber attacking China.
    Another great unifying event for both Russia and China!

  • Tom

    Wait.. run that again.. wasn’t that an email server there in the far right background?

  • RandyJ/ProudSurvivor

    It’s hard to imagine they are coincidental and/or unrelated. The question is-are these isolated, anomalous events or do they actually happen all the time and we are just being told about particular ones? I wouldn’t put it past Obama, if the US was behind these. I mean, what better way to speed along the demise of the US than to agitate the country that holds so much of our bond debt? Or maybe it’s simply retaliation against China for hacking into so many of our sensitive systems. Whoever could have guessed that might happen, when the US government is purchasing computers and software made by who? Yep-China.

    • Razedbywolvs

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      • I_P_Frehley

        Every major intelligence service is testing network defenses, hell, I would imagine the majority of programmers and cyber security students are as well.

  • Razedbywolvs

    My money is on environmentalist. If it was the Gov the targets would be more diverse.

  • ccambridge

    Well Obama the imperial emperor got off of drones and now is attacking the Chinese chemical plants because he’s not getting his way with the economy. It doesn’t surprise me. This dictator is out of control,

  • James

    With all that is going down in the S.China sea area. I can think of about 6 other Countries with more interest to blow up China than the U.S. has. Might be N. Korea. Pay back from Kim.

  • frankw

    Let’s see if there is a concurrent explosion somewhere in the US controlled areas as happened previously.
    This should tell us if we’re playing tit for tat.

  • Jhollman

    I doubt on an outside attack, if this where the case, dont you tink China will already sending their nukes in response??, nah, this is more like something from inside.

    • I_P_Frehley

      This could simply be poor safety practices – cutting corners, or industrial sabotage…or maybe Russia agitating.

    • Pamela

      yep, It was the Lord! warnings sounding all over the world. An INSIDE job

  • clarioncaller

    China has declared war on the dollar as the world’s reserve currency. Does anyone think that there would be no ‘blowback’?

    • Disquer

      You right, them owning half of the US debts, after strategically devaluating the Yuan, one should expect that that will have direct effect on the US stock market and it did with all the drops we had this month.
      The US just gets in that much debt and does not show any intention of paying it off. What is China supposed to do? And then when they try to sell them, the US Wakes them. This is irrational.

  • Freespirit

    It`s called “trying to bring China back in line“, by the Zionist Establishment

  • Philip Sieve

    I feel bad for the peasants who got blown up, but China has been as sick as us. They happily count their kill of their own unborn and persecute the real Catholic Church and other religious minorities. The only redeeming thing about that nation is that it’s Christianizing and the communists are gradually losing their grip. Iran is also Christianizing gradually. Maybe that’s what Obama and his master’s must stop. I bet these false flags will happen in the more Christian areas of those countries.

  • Blaze0262

    Are you people kidding? Your hatred of Obama has you now siding with China? CHINA??? Get over yourselves, it’s probably one of China’s own citizen groups. Sheesh.

  • Disquer

    I read Mike Adams from Natural News take on what happened in Tianjin and I think he is right. He believes that the US & China are currently engaging in Covert war. Especially since Chinese warships have spotted off the coast of Alaska and he added that A US ammunition depot in Japan has been blown out, presumably by the Chinese. Ya, kaka is hitting the fan alright…