US container ship supplying weapons to Syria breaks in half

Media Blackout: Container Ship Carrying U.S. Weapons for Obama’s Syrian Rebels Splits in Half/Sinks… Possible Russian Attack…

September 9th, 2013
FLASHBACK – June 22nd, 2013
Unreal.
(RedFlagNews) – UPDATE: September 8, 2013 — This story never went anywhere with the American mainstream media. Very interesting considering the recent and fluid Syria developments with Obama right now…
Unreal.

‘A large fleet named “Mol Comfort” carrying Arms for FSA from the U.S. has crashed in the Indian Ocean as it made its way from Singapore to Jeddah, on board were 4,500 containers loaded with arms for the Syrian rebels’
‘MOL Comfort sank due to yet unclear reasons, sailing from Singapore to Jeddah and after that to North Europe, leaving behind hundreds of drifting containers and a huge aftershock hitting liner sector and all of the maritime industry.
Even the scale of the consequences is hard, impossible, to estimate, not to mention consequences themselves. This is the 1st case in liner sector, when modern ocean-going liner container vessel (built in Japan!) sank in the ocean after breaking in 2 parts, like a poorly built and managed bulk carrier or over aged coaster. Nothing like this ever occurred, and no one believed it was possible, even theoretically. It just could not happen, but still, here it is.’
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10 Responses to “US container ship supplying weapons to Syria breaks in half”

  1. Anonymous says:

    ‘possible Russian attack’… probably. Another theory I would quite happily entertain is the vessel being sabataged by elements from within the US (those against supporting the rebels)

  2. Anonymous says:

    My first thoughts was of a torpedo attack.Don’t you remember the torpedo attack on the South Korean naval ship?

  3. Anonymous says:

    Just another false flag, nothing even in containers.

  4. Anonymous says:

    You may be right Anon 2:02, it’s riding high in the water to say it’s loaded with steel, and sinking.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Might have had smacsonic on board,
    melted the ship in half, just like 9-11.

  6. Anonymous says:

    The company handling the investigation, ClassNK, was supposed to release their findings at the beginning of Sept., but has now delayed the release until the end of October 2013. These experts certainly know what caused the incident by now. Their delay is curious.

  7. Chris Jones says:

    Divine intervention? A bit like the bird that stopped the large hadron collider by putting bread crumbs in it

  8. Anonymous says:

    Says on Vessel Finder it happened in June.
    The two halves must have kept afloat as they were recovered.
    Still sounds fishy.

  9. Anonymous says:

    To be honest, I think it literally just snapped in half under all the weight.

    A combination of being badly built in Japan and not designed to carry all the ‘cargo’ that it was laden with.

    More info here:

    http://gcaptain.com/mol-comfort-incident-photos/

  10. Anonymous says:

    * Note also from the link I posted above:

    ”On June 25, Sri Lanka Shipping company’s tug, M/V Capricorn, connected to the bow section and commenced towing to the Arabian Gulf. Tugs were never able to connect to the stern section.”

    Half the weapons/ammunition being shipped to Al-CIA-da is better than the whole lot being sunk at sea.

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