NEW Tianjin Explosion Two Months after Megablast.

Raw footage of the new fire in Tianjin following another mystery explosion.
Raw footage of the new fire in Tianjin following another mystery explosion.

October 13th, 2015.

Fresh Tianjin blast two months after mega-blast killed 173 in the city.

Two months after the Tianjin Port was struck by a small nuclear weapon that killed at least 173 people, another Tianjin warehouse has exploded.

The incident took place late on Monday night or in the early hours of Tuesday morning. There are no reports of casualties.

Counting from the explosion in Shandong on July 17th, exactly a year after the MH17 false flag terror attack there have been six highly suspicious industrial incidents in China in less than three months.

In addition there were the spate of mystery explosions in Guangxi last week.

The lack of information on the latest Tianjin explosion is most frustrating and it is regretted that a fuller account is not available at this time.

According to some reports the new blast took place in the “Beichen #北辰, which is much close to the city centre” and the only other detail I was able to find was at RT where it is stated that:

“The blaze was caused by an alcohol spill, according to People’s Daily China.”

Visiting the China Peoples Daily  I could find no reference to the story and an in-site search on Tianjin fire produced only results related to the August event.

They are quite literally the only specific details about this I could find on the internet at this time.

tianjin explosion again Oct 12 2015 China explosion in tianjin

Another Factory Explosion In China Sparks Large Fire, No Casualties Reported

Massive Fire Burns After Another Explosion Rocks Tianjin Warehouse | Zero Hedge.

China begins nationwide nuclear safety checks after deadly Tianjin explosions | South China Morning Post

The Astonishing Revelations of Wayne Madsen on the Mystery Explosions in China and Japan. | Crimes of Empire

China Hit by Wave of Mystery Blasts. | Crimes of Empire

Unexplained Explosion at US Military Base in Japan | Crimes of Empire

Four Blasts in Four Weeks! New Explosion Strikes Chinese Chemical Plant. | Crimes of Empire

Explosion Strikes Chemical Plant in Lijin, China | Crimes of Empire

China Suffers ANOTHER Massive Chemical Warehouse Explosion Ten Days after Tianjin!! | Crimes of Empire

The Tianjin Blasts: Industrial Accident or Nuclear Event? | Crimes of Empire

The Tianjin Blasts. | Crimes of Empire

Vision of the fresh blast in Tianjin from the twitter feed of Chinese state television.
Vision of the fresh blast in Tianjin from the twitter feed of Chinese state television.

The Astonishing Revelations of Wayne Madsen on the Mystery Explosions in China and Japan.

Total devastation and the fires are still burning. Aftermath of Tianjin blasts echoes the aftermath of 911 in Manhattan in many ways.
Aftermath of the covert nuclear attack on Tianjin, China of August 12th, 2015.

October 8th, 2015.

The Astonishing Revelations of Wayne Madsen on the Mystery Explosions in China and Japan.

Wayne Madsen, a highly credible source has provided a coherent and plausible account of the series of mysterious explosions that have struck both China and Japan in recent months along with others others that I was unaware of, such as the explosion in recent months in Los Angeles on August 21st..

Much of Wayne Madsen’s work is posted beyond the paywall at Wayne Madsen Report at places such as Intrepid Report, but the pieces on the recent events in China and Japan appear not to have made it and as a result did not have the impact they deserved.

This is simply a retelling of what Madsen has written in a series of articles on this subject.

August 21-23, 2015 — Tianjin explosion appears to be state-sponsored industrial sabotage – Wayne Madsen Report

August 25-26, 2015 — Chinese asymmetric warfare: sabotage operations at forefront of strategy – Wayne Madsen Report

September 8-10, 2015 — China: plant explosion number four – Wayne Madsen Report

October 1-2, 2015 — Explosions in China are no longer reported as “accidents” but as sabotage – Wayne Madsen Report.

It is not possible to confirm this account of events but I have checked Madsen’s narrative and it fits with the known facts.
With these type of stories the way I tend to regard it is This may not necessarily be entirely correct but it is an opinion held by well informed sources within intelligence agencies and represents at the very least a step towards understanding what is happening.

This is a quick summary of the conclusions Madsen makes.

The simplest and most easily supportable conclusions are:

  1. The Explosions that have taken place in China in recent months were due to sabotage.
  2. The Tianjin blast was caused by a Nuclear device.

These can be regarded as confirmed.

Beyond that Madsen informs us that there is a secret war going on between China and Japan. Japanese angst caused by China’s island building “facts on the reef” campaign in the South China Sea, where China has been building islands from submerged reefs as part of their campaign to impose their desired maritime boundaries in the region has provoked the Tianjin attack and those that followed, Madsen writes:

August 21-23, 2015 — Tianjin explosion appears to be state-sponsored industrial sabotage – Wayne Madsen Report

““There is speculation in China that resurgent Japanese militarists loyal to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and with the support of the U.S. Pacific Command in Hawaii carried out the bombing as a message to China over Beijing’s military moves in the South China and East China Seas. “

Aum Shinrikyo.

Because the Japanese military have been forbidden from building offensive capabilities by the Japanese constitution imposed after World War 2, nationalist Japanese politicians such as Shinzo Abe used cut-outs to conduct offensive operations and build offensive capabilities.

One of the cut outs they used were the Aum Shinrikyo cult notorious for the Tokyo subway Sarin gas attack of 1995.

August 25-26, 2015 — Chinese asymmetric warfare: sabotage operations at forefront of strategy – Wayne Madsen Report

“Abe, according to WMR’s sources in Japan, has old links to the fascist terrorist group Aum Shinrikyo, which attacked the Tokyo subway system with deadly Sarin gas in 1995. In 2000, Aum Shinrikyo changed its name to Aleph and, although it has been accused of being anti-Semitic, oddly chose the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet as its new name. Aleph and its cult members, many of whom are Gladio-like operatives for the Japanese intelligence agency Naicho, is believed to ultimately answer to Abe. Though branded a terrorist group, Aleph is in a unique position to commit acts of sabotage in China without exposing the fingerprints of Abe or the Japanese government.”

in the early 1990s the Aum Shinrikyo cult purchased a large remote property in Western Australia the Banjawarn Station, on May 28th, 1993 it appears the group detonated a nuclear weapon on the half a million acre property, whether the detonation was the result of a test or an accident is unclear.

September 8-10, 2015 — China: plant explosion number four – Wayne Madsen Report

In 1994, Australian police discovered that Aum had been conducting experiments on nuclear weapons at a remote sheep station in Banjawarn in Western Australia. Police discovered in an abandoned farm house rudimentary equipment that could be used to produce a nuclear weapon: computers, tubing, a rock-crushing machine, and generators. There were known uranium deposits in the area of the Banjawarn station. Moreover, Aum recruited some nuclear engineers from the former Soviet Union to help them develop a nuclear weapon. A number of dead sheep were also discovered at the ranch station.“

“In 1993, seismic monitors picked up at Banjawarn an explosion greater in strength than the most powerful British atomic bomb test carried out at the Woomera Test Range in South Australia in the 1950s and early 60s. Australian truckers reported seeking a huge fireball in the direction of Banjawarn and hearing a loud sound.”

All of the details of this incredible sounding tale stand up to scrutiny, to the point where the matter was reported upon in the New York Times and discussed in the Western Australian Parliament.

Seismic Mystery in Australia – Quake, Meteor or Nuclear Blast? – NYTimes.com

Explosion-Western Australian Outback 1993

Aleph.

The Aum Shinrikyo were an international group, their leadership was in Japan but the largest membership was based in Russia. It is claimed that the Aum Shinrikyo sought information about nuclear weapons from Russian members with connections to the Russian nuclear weapons industry.
In the years after the Tokyo Sarin attack, the Aum Shinrikyo came under intense pressure.

In the year 2000 the Aum Shinrikyo group split between a group who morphed into a Scientology type non- violent cult whilst the remaining doomsday adherents formed a group called Aleph. Aleph is also the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet.

I have searched for information on this group but very little detail is available beyond confirmation of the basic fact that they exist, they have sued for libel successfully and little more.

Aum Shinrikyo cult reinvents itself but still hates the Japanese government – The Japan Daily Press

Fight against Aum’s mischief goes on | The Japan Times

Aleph | Japanese new religious movement | Britannica.com

Aum Shinrikyo – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

None of the above sources are particularly illuminating but they are all that appears to be available.

North Korea and the Chinese snub.
One very interesting thing that Madsen noticed that everyone else seems to have missed is that North Korea was severely snubbed in the Chinese celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War.
Whilst the distant leader Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe was welcomed, the Chinese only invited the Foreign Minister of North Korea Kim Jong un the “Supreme Leader” and third generation of the Kim dynasty was not invited.

One of the really interesting things about Kim Jong un is that his Godfather is an extremely notorious Chinese Secret Police Chiefn named Zhou Yongkang who is part of the faction that is currently being purged by the Xi faction.
So an extremely complex picture seems to emerge of a multi-layered factional war inside China, Japan and the US with elements in Japan China and North Korea in a dark and covert alliance against the current ruling faction in China who appear themselves to be capable of high deception and ruthless violence.

Conclusions.

According to Wayne Madsen all of the explosions at the Chinese industrial sites were acts of espionage that he alleges are connected to the Aleph group or similar rogue Japanese elements  who function he claims as an arm of the Japanese deep state similar to the Gladio groups in Europe in the distant and recent past.

Madsen claims that the Tianjin blast was caused by a nuclear weapon in a shipping container and that the Lijin blast, both the blasts in Shandong, in August and the explosion in Dongying in September were all caused by acts of sabotage and that the Chinese are completely aware they are under attack.

In addition to those astonishing claims Madsen claims that it appears two at least two incidents were part of a Chinese response to the acts of sabotage against them.

The Los Angeles Explosion of August 21st, 2015.

On August 21st, a generator exploded in Los Angeles causing power outages in an area choked with key US data infrastructure. Four people were injured in the little reported incident.

UPDATE: Explosion in Downtown Los Angeles Disrupts Data Center Operations | Data Center Knowledge

“At least one data center has experienced disruptions following an explosion in a basement of a high-rise in downtown Los Angeles Thursday evening.
While the cause of the explosion is still being investigated, the Los Angeles Fire Department suspects it had something to do with a generator in the basement. The blast at 811 West Wilshire Blvd. took out an on-site power station, leaving 12 buildings in the area without electricity, according to the local utility.
The explosion interrupted connectivity on network infrastructure operated by Level 3 Communications, which serves a lot of data center users in the area, Craig VerColen, a spokesman for LogMeIn, a company whose data center went dark as a result of the incident, said via email. Level 3 issued a statement saying its technicians were working to restore services.

Underground Explosion Rocks Downtown Los Angeles | Mashable News

Downtown LA Explosion Call / Los Angeles RAW FOOTAGE

The US Military Depot Explosion in Japan.

Unexplained Explosion at US Military Base in Japan

Madsen also tentatively attributes the explosion at the US Military depot in Japan to Chinese elements who apparently blame elements of both the US and Japan for the incidents of sabotage and suggests that the explosion at the Japanese aluminium factory may also have been the result of the same type of action.

Amazing explosion in U.S base in Japan. [Complete vídeo]

Aluminium Plant Explodes In Japan

The Spate of Liucheng Explosions.

China Hit by Wave of Mystery Blasts.
Madsen attributes the dozens of explosions in Liuecheng Southern China to a different but related source.
Madsen claims that US intelligence agencies have co-opted Chinese Muslim Uigars and are inserting them into southern China in order to conduct acts of sabotage and the spate of explosions last week are attributed to these proxy militants.

October 1-2, 2015 — Explosions in China are no longer reported as “accidents” but as sabotage – Wayne Madsen Report.

“There are reports that some of the 3500 Chinese Uighurs now fighting in Syria under the umbrella of the Turkestan Islamic Party and claiming Idlib as their home base under Turkish protection are returning to China via the porous southern borders of Guangxi and Yunnan to carry out sabotage against Chinese targets. “

It cannot be stated with confidence that the narrative presented by Wayne Madsen is completely correct but it appears to be a coherent narrative. It makes sense and fits with the known facts and at the very least is worth bearing in mind the next time news breaks of the inevitable next unexplained explosion in North Asia.

WAYNE MADSEN REPORT

Wayne Madsen | Intrepid Report.com

China Uncensored is a very poorly disguised CIA front, but their work is not without merit on occasion..

Kim Jong-Un’s Chinese Godfather Zhou Yongkang | China Uncensored

Explosion in Zhejiang CHINA Another Massive Blast at Chemical Plant Rocks China 7 9 2015

Lijin, Dongying City Explosion Chemical Factory 01 09 2015

All Cell Phone Footage of Tianjin Blast Compilation

The Tianjin Blasts. | Crimes of Empire

The Tianjin Blasts: Industrial Accident or Nuclear Event? | Crimes of Empire

China Suffers ANOTHER Massive Chemical Warehouse Explosion Ten Days after Tianjin!! | Crimes of Empire

Explosion Strikes Chemical Plant in Lijin, China | Crimes of Empire

Four Blasts in Four Weeks! New Explosion Strikes Chinese Chemical Plant. | Crimes of Empire

Unexplained Explosion at US Military Base in Japan | Crimes of Empire

China Hit by Wave of Mystery Blasts. | Crimes of Empire

Four Blasts in Four Weeks! New Explosion Strikes Chinese Chemical Plant.

Aftermath of Explsoion at Chemical plant in Zheijang, Eastern China September 7th, 2015.
Aftermath of Explsoion at Chemical plant in Zheijang, Eastern China September 7th, 2015.

September 8th, 2015.

Blast reported at chemical plant in eastern China | Reuters

Four Blasts in Less than a month in China.

For the fifth time in less than two months and the fourth time in less than four weeks,a Chemical plant or related facility has exploded in China for unknown reasons.

The latest explosion struck an apparent chemical plant in the Eastern region of Zheijang, there are no reports of casualties at this time.

Zheijang chemical plant burns after explosion September 7th, 2015.
Zheijang chemical plant burns after explosion September 7th, 2015.

These unexplained explosions in China are happening with monotonous regularity. While there is no doubt that China is plagued by corruption and often has lax safety standards and serious industrial accidents the events of the past month have been far in excess of the previous pattern of incidents. Confirmation bias on an issue like this is an obvious hazard. The Tianjin event was not an accident but it is theoretically possible that the other events represent a natural cluster of genuine accidents.

Explosion in Zhejiang CHINA Another Massive Blast at Chemical Plant Rocks China 7 9 2015

There was the incident in Shandong on July 16th, followed by the catastrophe in Tianjin of August 12th, succeeded by another event in Shandong on August 22nd that was followed by the Lijin or Dongying city blast of August 31st and now another in Zheijang has taken place, along with several strange explosions in Japan it is hard not to see a pattern of sabotage taking place.

Aluminium Plant Explodes In Japan

New fires in Tianjin, August 31st, 2015.
New fires in Tianjin, August 31st, 2015.

Tianjin Aftermath.

Very little news is emerging from the Tianjin site.but new fires reportedly broke out at the site last week after rain ignited chemicals.

“Fires continue to erupt at the blast site, the latest on Monday, when chemicals ignited with the rain.”
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/sep/06/tianjin-blasts-plans-to-turn-site-into-eco-park-mocked-on-chinese-social-media

I found a very interesting article about the Chinese Government response to the Tianjin event, the source appears to be highly questionable and this may be fiction but I thought it interesting enough to print a lengthy quote despite the source.

President Xi Suspects Political Conspiracy Behind Tianjin Blasts | The Jamestown Foundation

“Almost immediately after the devastating explosions near Tianjin Port at 11 pm, August 12, President Xi Jinping convened his closest aides to check whether there was any political motivation behind one of the most atrocious accidents in China in recent memory. At the beginning of September, the official casualty figures stand at 158 dead and 15 unaccounted for, though it is widely assumed that the number of deaths was significantly higher (People’s Daily, September 1, Xinhua, August 28; Ming Pao [Hong Kong], August 27).
Three Chinese sources with the rank of head of government departments or above told the author that Xi suspected the horrendous blasts were a “political conspiracy” aimed at dealing a body blow to the zhongyang (central party authorities) led by the President himself. Senior officials advising Xi on this supposed challenge to his authority include Politburo member and Director of the General Office of the Central Committee Li Zhanshu, Director of Xi Jinping’s Office Ding Xuexiang, and Vice-Director of the General Office of the party’s Central Military Commission (CMC), Senior Colonel Zhong Shaojun.
Xi, who is also General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), was particularly spooked by the fact that the catastrophe struck a mere three weeks before the September 3 military parade. In other words, Xi was made to lose face in the run-up to perhaps the most important public ceremony of his presidency. While the ostensible reason of this show of force by the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) was to mark the 70th anniversary of Japan’s defeat in World War II, it is also seen as the equivalent of a “coronation ceremony” for the ambitious leader.

Sources told the author that while no conclusive evidence had yet been found, Xi’s advisers had focused on a military connection to the conspiracy. One factor being assessed was that the major detonations, which took place within approximately 30 seconds of each other, could not have been due merely to the chemicals being deposited at the dangerous goods storage owned by Tianjin Ruihai International Logistics (hereafter Ruihai). The Chinese Earthquake Administration reported that the first blast generated shocks equivalent to three metric tons of TNT–causing a virtual earthquake measuring 2.3 on the Richter scale. The second blast was equivalent to 21 metric tons of TNT or an earthquake registering 2.9 (China News Online, August 13).
Xi’s aides gravitated to the idea that munitions belonging to PLA companies–which should normally not be found in the vicinity of any hazardous material storage–were at least partly responsible for the extraordinary strength of the detonations. One question being asked by Xi’s inner circle: were the explosions plotted and executed by “anti-zhongyang military officers” with or without the knowledge of Ruihai? In any event, all the night-shift supervisors and workers in the immediate vicinity of the storage site perished, ruling out the possibility of close-range eyewitness accounts.
Tianjin Port is well-known in military circles as an important facility for weapons manfacturers and exporters such as Norinco, which on a daily basis load hardware onto containers and vessels bound for different destinations under a shroud of secrecy. The PLA’s interests in the Tianjin Port were indirectly attested to by the fact that a special work team led by the Chief of Staff of the Beijing Military Region, Major-General Shi Luze, was on the scene within hours of the incident. Shi and his colleagues provided chemical-warfare equipment as well as expertise to rescuers close to the blast site (Ta Kung Pao [Hong Kong] August 17; China Daily, August 16). However, at the same time, the Shi team appeared keen to assess the damage to PLA-owned munitions and hardware in the port area.
According to Chief Brief’s sources, Xi’s suspicion has fallen on the dozens of senior PLA officers who are the protégés and underlings of two purged former Politburo members and CMC vice-chairmen, the late General Xu Caihou and General Guo Boxiong. General Xu, who died on March 15 this year, had in late 2014 been detained for corruption-related felonies including “selling plum positions” to PLA promotion seekers (BBC Chinese Service, July 30; Wen Wei Po [Hong Kong] March 9). General Guo, who is facing trial in a military court, was formally arrested in late July for corruption and disciplinary violations (Xinhua, July 31). While senior officials, including the current CMC Vice-Chairman Xu Qiliang, have repeatedly told officers to “draw the right lesson” from the cases of these two “big tigers,” associates of Xu and Guo unhappy about the disgrace of their mentors are still a force to be reckoned with within the PLA hierarchy (Hong Kong China News Agency, August 14; Phoenix TV, August 13).
Despite rumors in the overseas-Chinese media that there could be some links between ex-president Xi and the Tianjin disaster, Xi’s aides involved in the investigations have focused on the fact that Jiang Zemin (CMC Chairman from 1989 to 2004) was the major patron of Generals Xu and Guo. Since coming to power at the 18th Party Congress in late 2012, Xi has been engaged in a power struggle with Jiang, who heads the powerful Shanghai Faction in party politics (South China Morning Post, August 11; Hong Kong Economic Journal, June 16). In the past month, official media have published two commentaries that are believed to reflect Xi’s dissatisfaction with retired leaders who are bitterly opposed to reform or who refuse to leave the limelight. One article complained that “the obstacles facing reform are so intransigent and ferocious…as to be beyond people’s imagination” (Xinhua, August 19). The other criticized certain retired cadres for “interfering in the [current] administration” and even “establishing cliques and cabals” in the party. The target of these two politically-charged articles is thought to be Jiang [Radio Free Asia, August 10; Hong Kong TVB, August 10]. It is no accident that public reminders of Jiang, including photos and his calligraphy, have recently been removed from institutions such as the Central Party School (BBC China Service, August 31; Radio Free Asia, August 22).”

Russian President Putin alongside Chinese leader Xi Jinping at China;s Victory Day celebration.
Russian President Putin alongside Chinese leader Xi Jinping at China;s Victory Day celebration.

The China Victory Parade.

The Chinese victory parade was predictable as they all are. The event was enlivened by the presence of the Russian president and the Western media response of scowling hatred and indignation. The venom was dripping from pen and tongue alike, an indication that the China-Russia alliance is extremely displeasing to the owners of the West.