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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

8 Replies to “Brad Johnson on mysterious explosions in Iran”

  1. We’ve been hearing about a growing resistance movement inside Iran. It looks like they may be moving into the Capital were the people they really want to take out live.

  2. I was going to leave this humorous video in Reader Comments, but it belongs here, doesn’t it? Larry and Jeff watch Lin-Manuel Miranda rehearse a scene of Fatwa! The Musical.

  3. @Heshmat Alavi on Twitter has a list of videos with fire and explosions and chemical leaks.
    No mention of a hospital however one video clip might be the hospital.

  4. July 3—Shiraz, south-central #Iran
    Early morning hours
    Another mysterious fire reported. Exact location inside the city unknown as of yet.

    Shiraz, south-central #Iran
    Another mysterious fire reported, this time in the city’s Mottahari Boulevard.

    July 2—Shiraz, south-central #Iran
    Major fire in the city’s Zargari Boulevard.

    This is another suspicious fire that has many Iranians across the country pointing the finger at the regime, especially the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC).

    This poor White guy in New York City was attacked with firecrackers in his car and outside of it as he fled.

    • A Timeline of the Fires and Explosions at Iranian facilities

      Some cited a faulty transformer as the cause of the blast. Mohammad Hafezi, the power plant’s health and safety manager, told Iran’s official news agency that he launched an investigation to find the cause of the incident.

      Later in the day, a chlorine gas leak at a petrochemical plant in Mahshahr, also in the Khuzestan province, sickened some 70 workers, the Associated Press reported.

      The incidents come a week after an explosion near the Parchin military complex rocked the outskirts of the Iranian capital, and one day after an unspecified “incident” in the vicinity of the Natanz nuclear facility.

      Some reports claim Iran’s regional arch-foe Israel is behind both incidents, while others write this theory off as an example of the Islamic Republic trying to blame accidents caused by incompetence on external forces.

    • The explosions in Ahvaz – that’s an Arab population, dissidents galore. Access to state-level assistence from across the Gulf.
      e.g. ASMLA – Arab Struggle Movement for the Liberation of Ahvaz

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