2014 China explosion - zombie burns video

If the previous video wasn't enough to convince you that China is capable of deception on a grand scale, then surely this video will.

The video is labelled GRAPHIC - Burn Victims from the Tianjin Explosion in China but it is actually a 2014 explosion at a General Motors supply factory Zhongrong Metal Products in Kunshan, Jiansu province. (See this Daily Mail report for details).

As you can see on the video, the scene looks more like lunchtime on the set of a Hollywood horror movie, rather than any real event.


The motive for this is pretty simple, to attack a foreign company. Typically, China invites foreign companies to set up shop in China, until such time as they have acquired all their technological secrets, and then suddenly they find themselves attacked and unwelcome.

So, it should be apparent by now that China is capable of grand deception, even on the scale of the Tianjin explosion.

The next post will speculate about why Tianjin, and other global "accidents", are happening.

Bizarre Tianjin "rescue" video

When it comes to China, it's always a good idea to never take things at face value, because you never know what is being orchestrated and scripted by the Communist Party.

The Tianjin explosion is no exception. At face value, it looks like a terrible accident. But then you see truly bizarre videos like this: Video Footage of First Tianjin Blast Firefighter Survivor.


And then you start to wonder whether this explosion is not an accident, but simply a convenient distraction from the recent stock market crash in China, which shattered the illusion that the Communist Party is all wise, and all knowing.

File under: the art of distraction?

Music break (New website coming soon...)

I have a new website/blog coming soon. It's more of a wide angle, big picture view, rather than a news commentary blog. Hopefully it should be floated within a few weeks.

Meanwhile, here is some holding music. Another collection of tunes: a mix of acoustic, folk, bluegrass, and Scottish Gaelic, as usual.

And you can view my daily Storify news links here.

Chatanooga Roundup & Tomi Lahren

So 4 Marines were shot dead by another Mohammedan in Chatanooga, Tennessee.

One of the strongest voices of reason came from 22-year-old Tomi Lahren, who blasted Obama's feeble strategy against Islamic terrorism.

Below is her viral video. And I've collected a bunch of other videos and tweets on Storify for more sane commentary on the shooting.


File under: it's all about Mohammed.

It’s time to end this lie about Islam: Andrew Bolt

Slowly the media is dragging itself towards the truth about Islam.

This week Melanie Phillips wrote: It’s pure myth that Islam is ‘a religion of peace’.

Here in Australia, Andrew Bolt is one of the few journalists to speak about Islam.

It’s Time to End This Lie About Islam
By Andrew Bolt

THE Prime Minister is wrong. I’m sure Tony Abbott knows it, too, but does not dare publicly tell the truth about Islamic terrorism.

Abbott insists Islam had nothing to do with last week’s shooting of tourists in Tunisia, bombing of Shia worshippers in Kuwait and beheading of a man in France...


Is he kidding us? ...

Let’s end this polite lie, which blinds us to the steps we must take to defend ourselves...

... Islamic State regularly quotes the Koran and sacred Surah to justify its every barbarity.




Its infamous statement last year ordering Muslims around the world to kill unbelievers quoted holy scripture at least 25 times in support.

Those quotations included this, from the Koran: “Kill the polytheists wherever you find them and capture them and besiege them and sit in wait for them at every place of ambush.”

And this, also from the Koran, justifying the Islamic State’s liking for decapitation: “He the Exalted said: ‘So when you meet those who disbelieve (in battle), strike (their) necks’.”



The Research and Fatwa Department of the Islamic State even produced a pamphlet last year quoting the Koran to let its soldiers enslave and rape hundreds of Yazidi women...

Clive Kessler, emeritus professor of sociology and anthropology at the University of NSW, has studied Islam for 50 years and is gloomy.

He says most mainstream Muslims don’t speak out because they actually “share a common mindset and set of attitudes” — that Islam must triumph — even if they don’t accept the radicals’ means...

Yes, it’s a voice of Islam speaking. Deal with it, or we’re lost.
File under: it's all about Mohammed.