Tianjin Aftermath

The site has been thoroughly cleared and excavated in the two months since the attack..
The site has been thoroughly cleared and excavated in the two months since the attack..

October 24th, 2015.

Tianjin Aftermath.
The conjecture that “the fires at Tianjin will probably burn for months” proved to be incorrect.
The latest media reports of fires at the site were less than a month after the August 12th cataclysm that left 173 dead.

Blast Site Completely Cleared.

This week a video has emerged that shows the clean up of the site and it has made great advances. The site has been stripped of everything it seems, all objects and a huge amount of soil have been removed.. The earth is placed in sealed white bags, the debris is placed in black bags.
There are still tentative plans to turn the site into a park that will double as a monument to those lost.

Appetite for Destruction.

The US Defense Secretary recently stated that the US Navy were planning to sail in the region of the South China sea reefs China is building and claiming.
The entire Western suggestion that China has any interest or intention in closing the region to shipping is complete nonsense.
These shipping lanes are central to China’s economy, the idea of China closing the South China sea route is the typical trope that the shills of the Empire try to impose upon the public.
It is the way the project of World domination has been masked for decades..
Ashton Carter is emerging as just about the “best” US Defense Secretary since Rumsfeld as he has managed to threaten war with both China and Russia in recent weeks!

Russia will pay price for Syrian airstrikes, says US defence secretary The Guardian

Defense Secretary Ash Carter mulls challenge to Chinese claim in South China Sea

Foreign Policy Diary – Confrontation in the South China Sea

Struggling to adjust to new realities.

The war party in the US is disconsolate over China’s actions in turning reefs into islands in the South China sea and Russians killing US backed terrorists in Syria.

This seems completely irrational but there is a reason

They do not care about the South China Sea but the Chinese moves signal the end of US domination of the Asia pacific region.

Likewise they do not really care that al Nusra Front jihadists they and their allies sponsored are being killed by Russia in Syria, it is the fact that this also signals the loss of US power in the Middle East that is so upsetting and that is why the current situation is so dangerous

China despite many rumours and credible reports to the contrary, does not seem to have joined the Russian operation in Syria although given the opaque nature of the way the Chinese Government operates this assessment may be proven incorrect in the near future.

It seems that the truth about Tianjin, the cause and the perpetrators may never emerge.
The same veil will probably hide any possible acts of retribution for the massacre.

Tianjin blast crater photographed on August 15th, 2015 three days after the event.
Tianjin blast crater photographed on August 15th, 2015 three days after the event.
Photgraph shows the crater before and after being drained and filled in.
Photgraph shows the crater before and after being drained and filled in.
The white bags are where the soil that is being removed is placed.
The white bags are where the soil that is being removed is placed.
The black bags are all the other debris for removal.
The black bags are all the other debris for removal.
Cityscape gives an idea of the scale of the blast.
Cityscape gives an idea of the scale of the blast.

Drone footage of Tianjin Crater in 4k – Blast site clean up in progress

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

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

NEW Tianjin Explosion two months after Megablast. | Crimes of Empire

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.

China Hit by Wave of Mystery Blasts.

The cloud created by the Guangxi bomb makes the parcel bomb hypothesis hard to swallow.
The cloud created by the bomb in Liuzhou on Wednesday makes the parcel bomb hypothesis hard to swallow.

October 1st, 2015.

China Struck with a fresh wave of mysterious blasts leaving at least 7 dead.

At least 16 explosions strike Guangxi in southern China over two days.

Chinese police claim to be seeking a 33- year old man with the name Wei.

China has been struck by as many as 18 explosions over the past two days.

The Guangxi region has been struck by a series of unexplained blasts that the Chinese authorities have blamed on parcel bombs.

15 massive blasts in Guangxi, China: At least 6 killed, 13 injured, police blame explosive parcels — RT News

” Local authorities activated an emergency alert, saying the explosions were triggered by parcel bombs. They called on the public not to open any parcels.”

Guangxi
Guangxi marked in red on a map of Chinese administrative divisions.

Attacks continue for second day.

Yesterday at least 15 and possibly 17 targets were struck by and another blast followed today in the same region.

Another blast rocks China’s Liucheng County after series of deadly explosions — RT News

Some of the clouds and the blast damage makes the claim of the Guangxi police that the devices had been “parcel bombs” hard to believe to say the least.

The massive cloud created by the blast in Liuzhou city yesterday from another angle. It must have been a big parcel.
The massive cloud created by the blast in Liuzhou city yesterday from another angle. It must have been a big parcel.

Targets seem incoherent.

The blasts yesterday targeted a broad and bizarre array of targets that make the motive of the attackers hard to discern.
The targets are listed as including “a shopping mall, a prison, a county government office, a supermarket, a transport station, a hospital, a staff dormitory of animal husbandry, a vegetable market, and a disease control center.” (Source)

China supporting Russia and Syria.

Chinese Navy sets off for Syria – English pravda.ru

Earlier this week a Russian politician, Igor Morozov,and an unnamed Syrian official claimed that China was following the Russian lead and would be offering more overt support to Syria with the first step being a Naval vessel currently traveling to the Eastern Mediterranean.

Igor Morozov stated that- “It is known, that China has joined our military operation in Syria, the Chinese cruiser has already entered the Mediterranean, aircraft carrier follows it,”

The Israeli Debkafile claimed that a Chinese Aircraft Carrier the Liaoning-CV-16 was already in the Port of Tartus along with a cruiser. The idea that a Chinese Aircraft Carrier could somehow sneak into a Syrian port without anyone noticing is hard to believe.

There is actually very little evidence of a Chinese intention to do anything in Syria at all beyond the word of Igor Morozov, who is at least in a position to know.

China’s actions in Syria might easily inspire attacks by proxy forces upon China but these attacks do not really fit the pattern of attacks from the Uighur separatists who are understood to have been co-opted by Western intelligence agencies as a tool to use against China both on the political and military level.

US Sponsored Islamist Insurgency in Xinjiang? China Jails CIA’s Uighur Imams | Global Research

2014 Kunming attack – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kūn Míng Zhàn: Uyghur Knife Attackers Linked to CIA and Dalai Lama | Truth News International

(Non) Conclusion.

Until a better idea has emerged as to the claims against Mr. Wei (described as a local resident) and his affiliations it is not possible to offer even an educated guess as to what might have been behind this.

The images of the damage appear to indicate a series of fairly large scale attacks.

Damaged building in aftermath of parcel bomb, Guangxi, China, September 30th, 2015.
Damaged building in aftermath of parcel bomb, Guangxi, China, September 30th, 2015.
Parcel bomb damage in south west China, September 30th, 2015.
Parcel bomb damage in southern China, September 30th, 2015.
People look on after explosions hit Liucheng county, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China, September 30, 2015.
People look on after explosions hit Liucheng county, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China, September 30, 2015.

13 deadly explosions hit China’s Guangxi

Explosions in southwest China

Fresh explosion in Liucheng, China, day after series of deadly blasts

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.

Unexplained Explosion at US Military Base in Japan

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

August 24th, 2015.

Sagami General Depot Explosions.

A series of unexplained explosions have rocked a US storage facility in Japam called the Sagami General Depot, no casualties have been reported.The incident took place in the early hours of the morningat the depot which is located South-West of Tokyo.

We seem to be moving into the next phase of human history. Something has ended and something else is beginning. Unfortunately I do not know what is happening.

In my opinion we are not seeing the US attack China and China responding. This is pure conjecture but a third party is doing this. A rogue element is upset and trying to engineer something terrible or so it seems.

Pentagon confirms explosion at Sagami US military depot in Japan | US news | The Guardian

“The Sagami depot is home to the 35th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, concerned with army supply and logistics including the management of chemicals and ammunition.”

We may have reached the time when the veil is beginning to fall. It is also possible I have been watching too many Youtube “disaster movies” obviously but there is a very strange atmosphere right now.

There is an unmistakeable sense of the calm before the storm. Whether the “storm” is financial collapse, major war or a true “Black swan” event that no-one has anticipated there is no doubt that there is a very very widespread understanding, rightly or wrongly, that something horrendous and dramatic is about to happen and may be in the process of happening.

The Financial Markets alone are testament to a type of collective consciousness and the recent 3% drop on Wall Street prior to Friday closing, coupled with multiple percentage drops in Tokyo and Sydney today also reflect this to some extent at least.

Japan Explosion At Kanagawa US Military Base! WHY IS EVERYTHING EXPLODING IN ASIA?!

Explosions at US Military Facility – Sagamihara Japan Aug 23 2015

Japan: U.S army base on lockdown after explosions rock military building

China Suffers ANOTHER Massive Chemical Warehouse Explosion Ten Days after Tianjin!!

No this is not Tianjin but Shangdong-this has taken place in recent hours.
No this is not Tianjin but Shangdong-this has taken place in recent hours.

August 23rd, 2015.

Shandong Province Petrochemical Plant Explosion Breaking News.

This story is fresh and there are a lack of details but it seems noteworthy that a massive explosion has taken place at a Petrochemical plant in China’s Shandong province.. Were it not for the Tianjin incidents and increasing tensions along the Korean ceasefire line this incident may have escaped attention.

Explosive incidents at petrochemical plants are quite commonplace. But Tianjin was no accident it seems and therefore this event appears in a most sinister light.

Explosion at chemical warehouse in China’s Shandong province — RT News

People’s Daily,China on Twitter: “BREAKING: Chemical warehouse in Shandong exploded on Sat. Firefighters are at the site now http://t.co/DdZ5o3k4sk”

Shangdong province, China Petrochemical plant explosion aftermath.
Shangdong province, China Petrochemical plant explosion aftermath.

Second Plant Explodes in China

As this piece states explosions at Petrochemical plants are quite common and there had been an earlier incident at a Shandong Petrochenical plant that was confused with the incident that happened yesterday as people were uploading the old incident onto new Youtube videos yesterday so videos had the right date stamp, were taken in the right location and showed the right type of incident but it was a previous petroblast.

Many thanks to Dave for pointing this error out.

The Tianjin Blasts.

Dashcam footage of the prelude to the massive blast in Tianjin, China August 12th, 2015.
Dashcam footage of the prelude to the massive blast in Tianjin, China August 12th, 2015.

August 15th, 2015.

The Tianjin Blasts.

On August 12th the Port area of the Chinese city of Tianjin was struck by two massive explosions. At least 85 people are known to have died in the explosions.

The cause of the blasts is unknown but the Chinese Government claim that the disaster was as the result of an industrial accident related to the storage of volatile chemicals.

The sheer size and scale of the second blast has led to much speculation about the blast being the result of some type of attack, especially involving a Nuclear weapon. The second blast was estimated to be the equivalent of 21 tonnes of TNT.

Having watched as much footage of the incident as I could find there is no doubt that the blast seems to resemble a Nuclear explosion but until the contents of the storage area are known and the cause of the explosion is provided this will remain simply an hypothesis in search of evidence.

It is being claimed that the site has been attacked by a US B2 aircraft firing a missile. The available evidence does not appear to support an hypothesis that involves an external attack and there is nothing about the area of the blast that would make it a likely target of sabotage or attack as far as is currently known.

Sabotage is entirely possible, but there does not appear to be any basis for the claim that the site was struck by a missile.

The presence of fireman at the time of the blast (it is being reported that 21 died)  tends to support the idea that the explosion was due to a pre-existing fire, as CBC report:

“The toll included at least 21 firefighters among the more than 1,000 sent to the disaster. Firefighters initially responded to a fire at the warehouse and many of them apparently were killed by a series of explosions triggered 40 minutes after the fire was reported.”

There are no witness reports that mention aircraft, missiles or anything that would support the notion of an aerial attack.

 Tianjin Dongjiang Port Rui Hai International Logistics Co. Ltd

This is the best description I could find of the company running the business where the incident took place.

Backgrounder: The company with explosive warehouses in Tianjin – Xinhua | English.news.cn

“According to the company’s official website, Tianjin Dongjiang Port Rui Hai International Logistics Co. Ltd. was founded in 2011 and is a storage and distribution center of containers of dangerous goods at the Tianjin Port.”

“The company’s business includes the storage, transfer, distribution and customs declaration of dangerous chemicals. Freight volume through the company stands at one million tonnes each year, with annual revenues exceeding 30 million yuan.”

“The center includes two warehouses for dangerous goods. One is located next to an office building.”

Aerial view of the crater caused by the Tianjin blasts.
Aerial view of the crater caused by the Tianjin blasts.

700 Tonnes of Sodium Cyanide.

One controversial aspect of the incident that the Chinese Government appear to be trying to suppress is that according to al Jazeera  “at least 700 tonnes of sodium cyanide were at the site, along with other substances, and the poisonous chemical had been detected in sewage samples in the area.”

The al Jazeera report is derived from the Beijing News, who according to al Jazeera pulled the story.

“The report was no longer available on the (Beijing News) newspaper’s website on Friday.”

Sodium cyanide is apparently not a volatile substance, it was not what caused the explosion but it is extremely hazardous when dispersed in the air as an explosion would presumably do.

Nuclear and Chemical Experts.

On the other hand it is a fact that according to multiple media reports, the Chinese government are sending military experts in chemical and nuclear matters to investigate the incident. Al Jazeera report that:

“China has sent chemical experts into Tianjin to test for toxic gases after a series of deadly explosions.

“The team of nuclear and chemical experts is on the ground on Friday in the northern port city of Tianjin.”

It is highly likely that chemical experts would be asked to assess the situation regardless of the cause but the presence of the nuclear experts is harder to explain and indicates that perhaps the Chinese Government are suspicious that there may be a nuclear element to this event.

Either way, both sabotage and a nuclear accident are likely possible causes of this inferno. Although little about this incident can be stated with confidence at this stage the truth has a funny way of emerging over time.

Total devastation and the fires are still burning. Aftermath of Tianjin blasts.
Total devastation and the fires are still burning. Aftermath of Tianjin blasts.

Amazing photos here: Tianjin explosion aerial photographs show devastation in Chinese city | Daily Mail Online

Tianjin Explosion Aug 13 2015 Мощнейший взрыв произошел в городе Тяньцзинь

The Tianjin Explosion – Stabilized

[RAW VIDEO] MASSIVE EXPLOSION MORTAL – CHINA – TIANJIN – COMPILATION – 爆炸 Bàozhà


Tianjin explosion from car dash cam

Aerial shots of blast zone 60 hours after Tianjin blast

RAW: Post-apocalyptic scenes in core blast area at Tianjin, China