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Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed

 
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Happened on 7-11-11? 13 people reportedly killed?
You don't say.

I copied and pasted from another poster
Intella (OP)
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03/17/2013 07:18 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Parts of Cyprus are sovereign British territory

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03/17/2013 07:21 AM
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Can I just bring to your attention, before you start with Haarp! That this WAS a Cypriot naval base we are talking about! And before (We talk about remote detonation) for a while before the explosion took place, there were reports of the container expanding due to heat!!.. The insurance covering the Electricity power station distroyed (practically next door) was not sufficient for the rebuild & Cypriots have been paying through their electricity bills ever since!!! I had heard they actually posted 80 mill euro profit this year..go figure!
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Can I just bring to your attention, before you start with Haarp! That this WAS a Cypriot naval base we are talking about! And before (We talk about remote detonation) for a while before the explosion took place, there were reports of the container expanding due to heat!!.. The insurance covering the Electricity power station distroyed (practically next door) was not sufficient for the rebuild & Cypriots have been paying through their electricity bills ever since!!! I had heard they actually posted 80 mill euro profit this year..go figure!
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Some good points...

First, let me say that I'm a bit surptised to see so few Cypriots on this forum, considering the lack of press freedom in your country, compared to other EU countries.

Yes, it was hot, as it was JULY in Cyprus, which should be very hot, but that could also be the perfect cover for a less coincidental detonation.

Electricity prices in Cyprus... nuff said... lol

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True, this explosion wrecked Cyprus, very stinky story too.
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The main question is...

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

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 Quoting: Intella 913721


There were rumors saying that there was something like a missile that hit the explosives. No one really know though.
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03/17/2013 08:33 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Can I just bring to your attention, before you start with Haarp! That this WAS a Cypriot naval base we are talking about! And before (We talk about remote detonation) for a while before the explosion took place, there were reports of the container expanding due to heat!!.. The insurance covering the Electricity power station distroyed (practically next door) was not sufficient for the rebuild & Cypriots have been paying through their electricity bills ever since!!! I had heard they actually posted 80 mill euro profit this year..go figure!
 Quoting: energywithin


Some good points...

First, let me say that I'm a bit surptised to see so few Cypriots on this forum, considering the lack of press freedom in your country, compared to other EU countries.

Yes, it was hot, as it was JULY in Cyprus, which should be very hot, but that could also be the perfect cover for a less coincidental detonation.

Electricity prices in Cyprus... nuff said... lol

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 Quoting: Intella 913721


Lol.. I have no idea why there aren't many Cypriots on here (I'm actually British..lol) Actually I did have a conversation with a Cypriots about these types of forums & his reply was "you should be careful they are watched" perhaps that's why!! ( very strange though just after I posted the above I had trouble getting back on!)Cyprus TV news is mainly about Cyprus! and mostly in greek.
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Lol.. I have no idea why there aren't many Cypriots on here (I'm actually British..lol) Actually I did have a conversation with a Cypriots about these types of forums & his reply was "you should be careful they are watched" perhaps that's why!! ( very strange though just after I posted the above I had trouble getting back on!)Cyprus TV news is mainly about Cyprus! and mostly in greek.
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Are you an expat, tourist or RAF ?
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03/17/2013 08:41 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Good job connecting the dots, OP. Gave this 5*
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drinks
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Lol.. I have no idea why there aren't many Cypriots on here (I'm actually British..lol) Actually I did have a conversation with a Cypriots about these types of forums & his reply was "you should be careful they are watched" perhaps that's why!! ( very strange though just after I posted the above I had trouble getting back on!)Cyprus TV news is mainly about Cyprus! and mostly in greek.
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Are you an expat, tourist or RAF ?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 913721


Married to an English Cypriot!
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Married to an English Cypriot!
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OMG you must be very tired at the end of the day !

tounge
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Married to an English Cypriot!
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OMG you must be very tired at the end of the day !

tounge
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He's well trained :)
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03/17/2013 09:12 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Cyprus harbours a completely deserted city :




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03/17/2013 09:23 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Heroin central also... on the Turkish side.
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Heroine? Can you provide a link, or other info on that claim? Please...
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03/17/2013 09:24 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
*Heroin
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03/17/2013 09:32 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


Were there any moving vans with dancing Israelis spotted near by?
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03/17/2013 09:34 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."


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 Quoting: Intella 913721


very funny reason . Cyprus is a very rich country and has a lot of energy resources . what a quicidence to bailout now dont you think?


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01 February, 2013
Cyprus to sign agreement with energy giant Total in a few days
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Sounds like they are dancing the Hokey Pokey.

Explosives stolen from the Russian Gangsters by the U.S. Gangsters, with Iran and Syria involvement.

Declined offers from German Gangsters, U.K. Gangsters, and U.S. Gangsters to remove the explosives?

Because the "Goods" belonged to Syrian Gangsters?

U.N. vermin refused to participate.

So,

Iran...Syria...U.S....Russia...United Kingdom...Germany

The Glaring Absence here is ISRAEL!

Which makes me wonder who is actually behind it.
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03/17/2013 09:45 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 :








 Quoting: Intella 913721

OMFG!!!!! BBQ!!!!!.. cirrus clouds.. WHAT A DISCOVERY!!!

they have only been around as long as the earth..

pick
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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 ?

.
 Quoting: Intella 913721


Were there any moving vans with dancing Israelis spotted near by?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20253056


Intella (OP)
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03/17/2013 10:17 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
update

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03/17/2013 10:23 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
You can see the devastation on Google Earth.

That was a big bang.

soz can't link on mobile.
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03/17/2013 10:39 AM
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
You can see the devastation on Google Earth.

That was a big bang.

soz can't link on mobile.
 Quoting: Thud 17100054


antone interested in coordinates ?
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antone interested in coordinates ?
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^ anyone
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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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Because the deal for the U.S. saving you from the third reich was to become the bankers play thing.. You feel that, right?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1342725


This.
Intella (OP)
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
Sounds like they are dancing the Hokey Pokey.

Explosives stolen from the Russian Gangsters by the U.S. Gangsters, with Iran and Syria involvement.

Declined offers from German Gangsters, U.K. Gangsters, and U.S. Gangsters to remove the explosives?

Because the "Goods" belonged to Syrian Gangsters?

U.N. vermin refused to participate.

So,

Iran...Syria...U.S....Russia...United Kingdom...Germany

The Glaring Absence here is ISRAEL!

Which makes me wonder who is actually behind it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12835998


Do you have any idea how close Israel is to Cyprus ?
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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."


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 Quoting: Intella 913721



I though it was the fact that cypriots are fantastically lazy and corrupt. Just saying
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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
cyprus Harlem shake!!!! awesome riot footage!!

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Re: Another, less known reason why Cyprus collapsed
The total distance from Cyprus to Israel is 262 miles . This is equivalent to 421 kilometers or 227 nautical miles.
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Syria getting explosives from Iran, through Russia, because of the Embargo of Iranian trade?

That's how I would interpolate this?

Of course the explosives just sort of "Accidentally" exploded?

I hate when that happens.
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