Pop. Pop. Bang. Bang. Weapons store hit in Geneva.

‘DEVASTATING BLAST’ 

Geneva Airport: ‘Multiple explosions’ and blaze rock building close to runway, as flights diverted.  The Sun.

Huge fire breaks out at Geneva Airport as reception centre for asylum seekers ‘explodes’ during construction. Mail.

TAP – big explosion then many explosions.  That’s a weapons depot.  Nice bit of work by Russian missile saving a few lives.  Maybe shipments of NATO missiles……not any more.  It was interesting that NATO was discussing the supply of sea skimming missiles like Harpoon to Ukraine, but was also concerned about Russia then attacking NATO’s weapons depots.  The hit on RAF Welford where the USAF and RAF store their weapons on April 14th and many other Russian missile hits on Britain  (Oldham, Redditch) have obviously made NATO commanders think.

There may have been others but as the media always covers up, how would we know?

And we were told that Switzerland is a neutral country!!!!!!!!

Russia has noticed that that description is not totally accurate, it seems.

REPORT

  • Black smoke spewing into sky from site on Switzerland’s second busiest airport
  • The building is a new reception centre for asylum seekers, a spokesman said
  • Flights to and from the airport have been suspended while investigations go on 

Flights to and from Geneva Airport have been disrupted after a major fire broke out just beyond the perimeter fence.

Images appear to show evidence of a blast at Switzerland’s second-busiest airport, where black smoke could be seen spewing into the sky from the site.

‘There is a building – the new reception centre for asylum-seekers – which was under construction… it is on fire. It is outside the airport perimeter,’ said airport spokesman Ignace Jeannerat.

‘It is creating a lot of smoke,’ he added.

Huge blast in building near Geneva airport leaves columns of smoke
Witnesses reported hearing an explosion and seeing fire following an incident at Geneva airport in Switzerland

 

Witnesses reported hearing an explosion and seeing fire following an incident at Geneva airport in Switzerland

Flights to and from Geneva Airport have been disrupted after a major fire broke out just beyond the perimeter fence

Flights to and from Geneva Airport have been disrupted after a major fire broke out just beyond the perimeter fence

Images appear to show evidence of a blast at Switzerland's second-busiest airport, where black smoke could be seen spewing into the sky from the site

Images appear to show evidence of a blast at Switzerland’s second-busiest airport, where black smoke could be seen spewing into the sky from the site

The airport has suspended landings for the time being, while take-offs are being left to pilots’ discretion, he explained.

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16 Responses to “Pop. Pop. Bang. Bang. Weapons store hit in Geneva.”

  1. danceaway says:

    Has “neutrality” become “subterfuge”? Or perhaps always been? Davos happening soon?

    • ian says:

      Oh how nice it would be to see a missile strike on the Davos crew.

      • Occams says:

        What I was thinking/hoping. That happens? Party on, Garth!

      • sovereigntea says:

        Related ?

        World Economic Forum Annual Meeting
        22—26 May 2022
        Davos-Klosters, Switzerland

      • Tapestry says:

        Possibly? Switzerland was a major channel financing Hitler’s weaponry and infrastructure before and during WW2. The manufacturers mostly had German names but were owned from Wall St (AT&T, Ford, Du Pont). Some like IBM were not so disguised. Check out the book World Without Cancer by G Edward Griffin, which details many of the businesses, owned by Wall St, supplying Hitler and many owned via Switzerland. Shipping weaponry via Switzerland is simply more of the same. Swiss neutrality is not as pure as you might think.

      • emm jay says:

        Agreed ian. They know it too.

        “Elites at World Economic Forum annual meeting to be guarded by a 5,000-person army, ‘no-fly’ zone”

        https://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/?p=253727

  2. newensign says:

    With all this happening, the majority of the public are still blissfully unaware of what is really going on and continue to believe the Russians are losing in the Ukraine. Not many sites are reporting the Russian strikes on the UK. So well done Tap in gleaning this info!

    • Tapestry says:

      Just luck that I find it Newensign. I believe that we are told when to look and where, as it happens so many times that I switch on and the stories leap out. Most of ‘my ideas’ come from outside and are given to us, I believe after a lifetime of ideas happening, and finding events cannot easily be explained in any other way. If we listen and act, ‘they’ meaning benign spiritual forces tell us what to do. Most people have no idea there is a spiritual dimension and as they are not listening, the spirits give up talking and manifesting. That’s how the world will be saved – when humanity awakens to the spirit world.

      • danceaway says:

        I find the same spiritual element, Tap. Totally agree with what you expressed. Sources just “turn up” for me; I don’t have to do much searching. (Also helps to have been reading and listening for years so have some idea of which sources I trust.) I think there are forces on the other side guiding us. It almost feels intuitive or instinctive as a result.

    • newensign says:

      Yes indeed Tap, spiritual forces are at play here, both good and evil. There are literal devils (The Nephilim) amongst us masquerading as “God’s Chosen”. Like chameleons, they blend in with the local populous to whom their crimes are assigned and have been busy destroying us down the centuries by causing dissention particularly amongst the nation states of the Caucasian race. People are conditioned to see the enemy as external – not as being within the gates! As it is said, “My people are destroyed for a lack of knowledge!”
      Just another comment on your remarks on the Newbury incident, I noticed on one of the MSM news reports stated the M4 had to be closed to remove debris (hide the evidence of munitions?) from the road. Considering the distance, I don’t think happens with other fires any chemical containers tend fly up and fall locally.

  3. Belyi says:

    This is a mystery. I live around a mile from the airport and heard nothing and saw nothing. The eheadlines from the local rag which I receive each day didn’t mention it either. Spoke fleetingly to a neighbour (whom I don’t know). He said he’d heard about it but that was all. As he got out of a car with CD plates, I would have expected him to be informed.

    • Tapestry says:

      My cousin lives near Newbury and he said he hadn’t heard anything (RAF Welford) or saw anything. Mind you he works about ten hours a day in the City and if it’s not on the telly, it never happened right? Maybe you’ll meet someone else who heard something later on Belyi? The video of the plane landing as an explosion went off was quite interesting – lucky there was no shrapnel.

  4. Belyi says:

    I didn’t see it on the TV because I don’t have one. I live on a main road and I would have heard the emergency services. The Airport has its own fire brigade, but if they dealt with the problem, it couldn’t have been so serious. Our skies were completely clear – no black smoke anywhere. I’ve a neighbour who works there so I’ll send her a mail.

  5. Belyi says:

    Heard from a friend this morning. She works at the Place des Nations not so far from the a/p. She saw and heard nothing either and wondered as she drove home why cars heading to the a/p were backed up along the morotway (no sign of smoke). There was finally an eheadline in the paper today (Sunday), but it seems odd that nobody saw the smoke and the a/p fire brigade obviously managed without help from outside. Can’t identify anything from the photos, but the a/p covers quite a big area.

  6. Tapestry says:

    Regarding smoke, there is clearly a strong wind blowing in the pictures, so only people who are downwind would see the smoke.

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