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    • I'm not saying I suspect Israel, but the first thing I heard was Israel denying involvement, and that's suspicious to me
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    • There definitely were fireworks in there but obviously there were other materials there which caused that explosion
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    • This is me getting ahead of the bs story of this being a fireworks factory explosion
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    • Wonder (((who))) could be behind this?
      turkish1 5 aug
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    • It looks like they spawned a wither. Remember in "find the pieces" in captain sparkles video the pigmen spawned a wither in the city and it created a similar explosion in the video? It was definitely a pigmen attack
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    • Apparently they had captured like 300 tons of ammonium nitrate back in 2013 and had it stored in the same place as the fireworks
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    • Based and investigatepilled
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    • It was a fireworks factory. In one of the videos shot from a higher angle you can see the sparkling of individual fireworks going off. There was just a high amount of ammonium nitrate near the site for some reason. Quell your overactive imagination retards
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    • That fucking shockwave dude!!
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    • niggas are already schizo posting
      Toob 4 aug
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    • Over 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate. The blast registered as a 4.5 earthquake in Cyprus
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    • That was a fucking Moab no one can tell me different
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    • AllahhhhhhU AKBARRRRRRRR
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    • >the Israelis in the video said Allah Akbar.
      Glavenus 4 aug
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    • they changed their story now they’re saying it was ammonia
      soIz 4 aug
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    • Why is it always Israel
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    • Damn crazy how we barely saw any fireworks at all also Mexico actually had this happen and it was nothing like this
      smpl 4 aug
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    • Fireworks can’t melt steel beams
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    • I heard it was a nitrate factory next to the fireworks that caused it. Is there anyway that could be the case
      k4isboss 4 aug
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    • Im confused by the conspiracy theory about how it was a nuke or munitions, if you look closely you can see small fireworks going off before the massive explosion
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    • August time baby
      stnick6 4 aug
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    • tardsRus 4 aug
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    • Bruh that’s a missile, fireworks just don’t do that kind of explosion
      Tilvent 4 aug
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    • A guy who accidentally set that off
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    • Who let Obama in charge of the drones again?
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    • I've seen several different sources as to whay was stored in the warehouse. My only conclusion is that people who think an air-dropped bomb caused this are dumb
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    • This is indeed an Israeli missile moment
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    • Also why TF would Lebanon celebrate the 4th of July? Why TF would they have fireworks stored in a city area, let alone the capital?
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    • God damn bootleg Chinese fire works
      Sock 4 aug
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    • Pretty sure I heard somewhere it was munitions.
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    • Nobody is calling it just fireworks though, theyve admitted there were “highly explosive substances” aside from the fireworks, and openly too
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    • I don't think anyone is denying that the warehouse was likely targeted and struck with an additional explosive
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    • Its ammonium nitrate bruh
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    • I heard there was a nitrate factory next to the warwhouse, i dont know for sure, but i heard from someone that there was a nitrat factory,
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    • It was Israel
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    • They weren't producing the final product they were producing the powder. They also stored ammonium nitrate that the government seized from a boat. The government also confirmed that it was not Isreal. Why would they lie about an enemy attack?
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    • China getting rid of evidence
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    • Ok, so?
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    • When mods see this
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    • Dude that was a straight up bomb who did this?
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    • When your homemade moab decides to pull an epic win
      YF12 4 aug
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    • Also consider the red smoke in Beruit. That should signal a foreign chemical in the explosion as well
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    • I thought it was a manufacturer so they just barrels of the explosive materials
      CyanBean 4 aug
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    • Wow who woulda guessed that a supposed fireworks explosion should have fireworks exploding in it
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    • homies really gonna ignore my comments though
      Draauz 4 aug
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    • Good! Fuck'em
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    • Too bad op isnt gonna live to see september
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    • Those mf Arabs weren’t making no fireworks that’s for sure
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    • So what happened? Will we be targeted or nah?
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    • What is municions
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    • .
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    • maybe they shouldv disposed of it in the 7 years theyve had it jajajjaj
      Draauz 4 aug
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    • They haven’t claimed that they know it was fireworks
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    • Ammonium nitrate by itself is just an oxider not an explosive. Prior explosions had it be mixed with some sort of fuel
      retad 5 aug
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    • I thought they said that it ded wasn’t or did I read it wrong
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    • No one is saying fire works
      tmantisy 4 aug
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    • Pseudo intellectual tries to explain things he doesn't understand:
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    • it was 2750 tons of ammonium nitrate confiscated from a russian ship in 2013 lol
      Draauz 4 aug
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    • It was me goyim
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    • All explosions that are un controlled have different effects. For example, I don’t remember the date but a long time ago there was a ship that was carrying gunpowder that exploded causing a lot of damage in the harbor. Similarly described to what happened here.
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    • Wasn’t nitrite also involved?
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    • It had lots of ammonia nitrite in the building. Anyone who thinks its just frieworks are retards
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    • Its a factory. They have stockpiles of gunpowder. Not just individual fireworks u fucking retard
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    • It was a warehouse run by the port authority. Temporary storage for commercial vessels and for the government. Local authorities claim there was confiscated nitrate being stored there. That is the large blast. The fire itself could have still been a deliberate attack by a ~foreign adversary~
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    • It's weird that normal people check our facts and show definite proof of what probably happened but the press will just say that it was something completely different and tell us what to think about it
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    • Mohammed Fahmi, Lebanon’s interior minister, said that the explosion was caused by ammonium nitrate stored at a warehouse on the port near the fireworks warehouse. It definitely wasn’t fireworks, it was mishandled explosives.
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    • I heard it was a dirty bomb, it’s more of a mini version and less than half of radioactive power
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    • I don’t believe it was fire works but your gonna get that vapor ring with any large explosion
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    • You can tell its an aspen by the way it is
      Unleaded 4 aug
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    • How many coronavirus deaths did it cause
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    • Evidence mostly points to it storing munitions and explosives from a decommissioned navy ship.
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    • Nothing to see here......move along.
      hakwka 4 aug
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    • It's really not that big of a deal tbh, most countries have munition stores all over the place and there are several in big cities, they are only lying to save some face.
      Cuumics 4 aug
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    • I remember that video of a sniper on the tower and a bomb goes off and it was a stockpile I’ll see if I can find it
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    • Perhaps
      RecaIl 4 aug
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    • It didn't seem like fireworks to me tbh
      Yokopo 5 aug
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    • Source: idk bro just trust me
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    • The fireworks factory had 2,500 tons of ammonium nitrate as a fueling/ignition material, and it all went up AT ONCE on the harbor, that ring is the steam that came from all the nearby water being flash boiled
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    • Israel, Israel did it
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    • (((((Munitions)))))
      Heather7 4 aug
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    • The ring was from a water reservoir rupturing and all the water contained flash boiling. That's what it looks like anyway.
      xEclipse 4 aug
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    • China
      Scumnuts 4 aug
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    • Black powder also doesn't produce the color of smoke we see in the video during the second explosion
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    • Someone just called in a cruise missile
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    • It was a larger factory and even when fireworks explode individually you can't acclunt for the raw materials that were in the factory, there's going to be a ton of the sodium nitrate stockpiled in a larger factory like that. And munitions typically explode individually as well.
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    • Apparently there was a large amount of ammonium nitrate in the building as well which is what caused the explosion
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    • But you know how ALL the flammable chemicals are stored in one room. Once the fire reaches it. It fucking explodes. But there is also a good chance this was an attack.
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    • Fireworks exploded, there were explosives that were stored next to said fireworks, fireworks went off, caught the building having stored explosives on fire. That equals big boom
      lenich 4 aug
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    • It is claimed to be confiscated munitions.
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    • That makes perfect sense! Explosives are designed to explode independently of anything around them, and so it's incredibly unlikely that anyone would be able to detonate them simultaneously. Therefore, the blast in Beirut must have come from a single explosive.
      Intol 5 aug
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    • Weird, it's like not all fireworks factories have the same layout.
      dajaboi 4 aug
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    • So from all the different angles I have seen, it was a fireworks or munitions depot in the beginning, but because if where it was, there was a tanker that exploded, which resulted in the large explosion
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    • If I had 2 bet it was a munitions factory hidden in a fireworks factory. Makes sense locationally, or an Israeli bomb hit it real good
      RadMoose 4 aug
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    • And one of the countries most important sea ports
      aaronlop 4 aug
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    • It wasn’t fireworks. It was a confiscated weapons stockpile from the civil war years ago
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    • Where’s the firework show?
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    • There was apparently an oil tanker that exploded also
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