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Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed

 
Intella
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Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
This "incident" cost the government of Cyprus over 3 BILLION euros

Cyprus has the most expensive electricity in Europe.


The Evangelos Florakis Naval Base explosion was the worst peacetime military accident ever recorded in Cyprus. The incident occurred on 11 July 2011, when 98 containers of explosives that had been stored for 2½ years on the Evangelos Florakis Naval Base near Zygi detonated.


The resulting explosion killed 13 people, 12 of them immediately, including Captain Andreas Ioannides, the Commander of the Navy (Cyprus's most senior naval officer), and the base commander, Lambros Lambrou. Also killed were four navy personnel and six firefighters, while a further 62 people were injured. The explosion severely damaged hundreds of nearby buildings including all of the buildings in Zygi the island's largest power station, responsible for supplying over half of Cyprus' electricity. As a result, much of Cyprus was without power in the immediate aftermath of the incident and rolling blackouts were initiated in order to conserve supplies.


According to a list of the largest artificial non-nuclear explosions, the explosion was the 4th largest accidental explosion and 7th largest overall.

In open storage on the base were 98 containers of explosives that had been seized by the United States Navy in 2009 after it intercepted a Cypriot-flagged, Russian owned vessel, the MV Monchegorsk travelling from Iran to Syria in the Red Sea. According to leaked US cables through WikiLeaks, released in 2011, the US through Hillary Clinton exerted pressure on Cyprus to confiscate the shipment. The ship was escorted to a Cypriot port and the Cyprus Navy was given responsibility for the explosives, which it moved to the Evangelos Florakis a month later. At the time of the incident in 2011, the explosives had apparently been left in the open for over two years. The Cypriot government had declined offers from Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States to remove or dispose of the material, having feared an adverse reaction from Syria. The government had instead requested that the UN effect the removal, but claimed that its request had been rejected.

The Vasilikos Power Station, the largest power facility on Cyprus, which provided approximately half the island's electricity, was severely damaged, causing widespread power cuts.

Several thousand people upset by the Cypriot government's failure to dispose of the explosives held a demonstration in the capital Nicosia on 12 July. A group of about fifty broke away from the demonstration and stormed the grounds of the Presidential Palace, demanding the resignation of Dimitris Christofias, President of Cyprus. The breakaway group was almost immediately apprehended by the Cyprus Police, who nonetheless used tear gas ten minutes after the incident had begun in an attempt to disperse the crowds.


Of Cyprus' US$ 24.66 bn economy, the EU estimates that the cost of explosion to the island could amount to US$ 2.83 bn, with cost of the power plant itself coming to US$ 992m.

This was weeks before the Bank of Cyprus and other business leaders said "deep spending cuts are needed fast."


[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
Intella (OP)
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03/16/2013 02:31 PM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Many, many russians have deposited black money in Cyprus.

Simply put... they can't get into Syria as long as this money stream is flowing through Cyprus.

Ruskies have at least 50 billion euros stalled in Cyprus.

And that's only an estimate.
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03/16/2013 02:34 PM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Heroin central also... on the Turkish side.
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03/16/2013 02:43 PM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Good find, OP !
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Good find, OP !
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5975214


thanks
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
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03/17/2013 04:23 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Why looki outside the Eurofarce?.

Euro is the reason why we are having trouble since the beginning.
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03/17/2013 04:26 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Impressive
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03/17/2013 04:35 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Why looki outside the Eurofarce?.

Euro is the reason why we are having trouble since the beginning.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1764289


Because the deal for the U.S. saving you from the third reich was to become the bankers play thing.. You feel that, right?
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03/17/2013 04:36 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Holy shit..
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03/17/2013 04:43 AM

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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
True, this explosion wrecked Cyprus, very stinky story too.
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
True, this explosion wrecked Cyprus, very stinky story too.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


The main question is...

Was a remotely controllable detonator placed during or after seizure of the explosives ?

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03/17/2013 04:59 AM

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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
True, this explosion wrecked Cyprus, very stinky story too.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


The main question is...

Was a remotely controllable detonator placed during or after seizure of the explosives ?

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 Quoting: Intella 913721


I don't think that we will ever know for sure, everything is on the table for me on this, the trial started this week.
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03/17/2013 05:02 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
I don't think that we will ever know for sure, everything is on the table for me on this, the trial started this week.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


The explosion investigation trial starts next week ?

Well, there we have a clue why the banks confiscated the money THIS WEEK.

Just before the trial starts and some whistleblower pops up to destroy the party.

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03/17/2013 05:09 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
PIN THIS THREAD
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
I don't think that we will ever know for sure, everything is on the table for me on this, the trial started this week.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


The explosion investigation trial starts next week ?

Well, there we have a clue why the banks confiscated the money THIS WEEK.

Just before the trial starts and some whistleblower pops up to destroy the party.

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 913721


Not next, last week. Inv. trial started on Jan.7, then stopped for a while and started again last week. The clue for the savings haircut in Cyprus is to make the Russians flee.

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Intella (OP)
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03/17/2013 05:15 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Inv. trial started on Jan.7, then stopped for a while and started again last week. The clue for the savings haircut in Cyprus is to make the Russians flee.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


Still very "coincidental", hmm ?
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03/17/2013 05:17 AM
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SHIN THIS PIT
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03/17/2013 05:17 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
wow.. this quite explains a lot for me.. thanks OP
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03/17/2013 05:19 AM

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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Inv. trial started on Jan.7, then stopped for a while and started again last week. The clue for the savings haircut in Cyprus is to make the Russians flee.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


Still very "coincidental", hmm ?
 Quoting: Intella 913721


It's all connected off course.
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03/17/2013 05:41 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Good job connecting the dots, OP. Gave this 5*
There must be a law that people can't lie.
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03/17/2013 05:48 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
This "incident" cost the government of Cyprus over 3 BILLION euros

Cyprus has the most expensive electricity in Europe.


The Evangelos Florakis Naval Base explosion was the worst peacetime military accident ever recorded in Cyprus. The incident occurred on 11 July 2011, when 98 containers of explosives that had been stored for 2½ years on the Evangelos Florakis Naval Base near Zygi detonated.


The resulting explosion killed 13 people, 12 of them immediately, including Captain Andreas Ioannides, the Commander of the Navy (Cyprus's most senior naval officer), and the base commander, Lambros Lambrou. Also killed were four navy personnel and six firefighters, while a further 62 people were injured. The explosion severely damaged hundreds of nearby buildings including all of the buildings in Zygi the island's largest power station, responsible for supplying over half of Cyprus' electricity. As a result, much of Cyprus was without power in the immediate aftermath of the incident and rolling blackouts were initiated in order to conserve supplies.


According to a list of the largest artificial non-nuclear explosions, the explosion was the 4th largest accidental explosion and 7th largest overall.

In open storage on the base were 98 containers of explosives that had been seized by the United States Navy in 2009 after it intercepted a Cypriot-flagged, Russian owned vessel, the MV Monchegorsk travelling from Iran to Syria in the Red Sea. According to leaked US cables through WikiLeaks, released in 2011, the US through Hillary Clinton exerted pressure on Cyprus to confiscate the shipment. The ship was escorted to a Cypriot port and the Cyprus Navy was given responsibility for the explosives, which it moved to the Evangelos Florakis a month later. At the time of the incident in 2011, the explosives had apparently been left in the open for over two years. The Cypriot government had declined offers from Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States to remove or dispose of the material, having feared an adverse reaction from Syria. The government had instead requested that the UN effect the removal, but claimed that its request had been rejected.

The Vasilikos Power Station, the largest power facility on Cyprus, which provided approximately half the island's electricity, was severely damaged, causing widespread power cuts.

Several thousand people upset by the Cypriot government's failure to dispose of the explosives held a demonstration in the capital Nicosia on 12 July. A group of about fifty broke away from the demonstration and stormed the grounds of the Presidential Palace, demanding the resignation of Dimitris Christofias, President of Cyprus. The breakaway group was almost immediately apprehended by the Cyprus Police, who nonetheless used tear gas ten minutes after the incident had begun in an attempt to disperse the crowds.


Of Cyprus' US$ 24.66 bn economy, the EU estimates that the cost of explosion to the island could amount to US$ 2.83 bn, with cost of the power plant itself coming to US$ 992m.

This was weeks before the Bank of Cyprus and other business leaders said "deep spending cuts are needed fast."


[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
 Quoting: Intella 913721


Happened on 7-11-11? 13 people reportedly killed?
You don't say.
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03/17/2013 05:54 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Very nice, only thing you've forgotten is the Antichrist is on holiday in Cyprus, paid for by the Eurotrashes.
Intella (OP)
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03/17/2013 06:05 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Very nice, only thing you've forgotten is the Antichrist is on holiday in Cyprus, paid for by the Eurotrashes.
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Just curious, who are you talking about ?
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03/17/2013 06:08 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Very nice, only thing you've forgotten is the Antichrist is on holiday in Cyprus, paid for by the Eurotrashes.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1764289

Just curious, who are you talking about ?
 Quoting: Intella 913721


That Anti-Christ.
Intella (OP)
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03/17/2013 06:26 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Don't forget that Cyprus is a major HAARP location.

The exploded naval base was part of the HAARP ground antenna grid.

This is filmed right on that spot :







Intella (OP)
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03/17/2013 06:35 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Here's a picture of the antennas on that base :

[link to 3.bp.blogspot.com]

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03/17/2013 06:45 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Many, many russians have deposited black money in Cyprus.

Simply put... they can't get into Syria as long as this money stream is flowing through Cyprus.

Ruskies have at least 50 billion euros stalled in Cyprus.

And that's only an estimate.
 Quoting: Intella 913721


Hence why Putin will be exacting revenge and extracting wealth from the west to pay him and his cronies back.

You don't fuck with Putin without getting fucked backed.
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03/17/2013 06:52 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Download at own risk.


British Bases in Cyprus and Signals Intelligence - Cryptome

[link to cryptome.org]

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03/17/2013 06:55 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
You can never trust the turks.

Neui ther the Eurotrashes.
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03/17/2013 07:13 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Very nice post, thanks!

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