>>1146011(OP) >General cargo vessel RHOSUS called Beirut, Lebanon, in October last year. Vessel loaded with ammonium nitrate was destined for another country, the reason she called Beirut is unclear, maybe for supplies or due to some mechanical trouble. RHOSUS was detained after PSC inspection, which found a number of deficiencies. Since then vessel is stranded in Beirut. By now only four crew stay on board – Master (Russian nationality), Chief and Third Engineers and Bosun, all of them Ukrainians. Vessel was owned and operated by Mr. Grechushkin Igor, Russian citizen now Cyprus resident (last known manager Teto Shipping, Cyprus). RHOSUS actually, is abandoned – owner doesn’t communicate, doesn’t pay salaries, doesn’t provide supplies. Owner of the cargo declared abandonment, too. Beirut authorities don’t permit the remaining crew to leave the vessel and fly to home. The reason is obvious, port authorities don’t want to be left with abandoned vessel on their hands, loaded with dangerous cargo, explosives, in fact. Why don’t they want to arrest vessel with cargo, to release the crew and replace it with temporary local crew, is unclear.
if you dumbasses haven't figured it out already, it was no accident that the fertilizer was left in that warehouse. it was obviously put there through Israeli machinations of some kind as a preliminary preparation for this attack. they probably bribed some Hezbollah official because they probably control elements of the Hezbollah and Leb governments. If we look into the records of that dock I wonder what we'd find. I wonder who owns that warehouse- I read it was Lebanese customs? Lebanese customs have been dirty as fuck since the 1960s, cooperating with international intelligence agencies to sell drugs and guns- CIA, MI-6, Mossad. This was no accident- it was designed to shock-and-awe the population. It was a warning, a taste of what is to come. It was a demonstration of power, intended to demoralize in advance of the coming inevitable conflict.
bleeding heart "humanitarians" are responsible >oh no that explosive material is too dangerous >we have a moral responsibility to take care of the foreign workers on board >so lets put the stuff that made the ship dangerous onto the busy port next to the city
Okay so either a foreign vessel carried the explosive material, or it was in a warehouse locally for ~6 years. Both explanations are being offered by very different but equally credible sauces. So like what the fuck?
What the fuck are you stupid fucking officials doing anymore? Do you know how fucking retarded the press has to be for this many logical misconclusions? You can drive a truck thru the holes in these narrations.
>ok but we're lying
The fuck, why? Why the fuck would the state(s) lie at this point? We already know you're morbidly incompetent as people, it's leading to journalist quagmires as cited.
>ok but that's fine
No it isn't. You have no right to govern if you suck this fucking much at covering up the problem. Because there apparently was one.
>no there wasn't, it was a visiting ship
That's not what Beirut's people said, they said it was from a stored amount of ordnance that had been still for 6+ years.
So it isn't a foreign vessel that had the ordnance on it? Because the ship just showed up, it wasn't harbored for 6+ years.
>that's also true
this is how fucking terrible the governments are at what they do.
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