Caught On Tape: Another Huge Chemical Warehouse Explosion Rocks China

Tyler Durden's picture

Who could have seen this coming? 

Just a little over a week after a powerful explosion killed 114 and injured more than 700 in the Chinese port of Tianjin, it appears as though a second blast has occurred at a chemical warehouse, this time in China's eastern Shandong province. A residential area is reportedly located just 1 km away.

We'll await the details which we imagine will suggest that, as was the case in Tianjin, many more tonnes of something terribly toxic were stored than is allowed under China's regulatory regime which apparently only applies to those who are not somehow connected to the Politburo. Indeed, The People's Daily is reporting that the plant contained adiponitrile, which the CDC says can cause "irritation eyes, skin, respiratory system; headache, dizziness, lassitude (weakness, exhaustion), confusion, convulsions; blurred vision; dyspnea (breathing difficulty); abdominal pain, nausea, [and] vomiting."

There are two videos shown below. As of now, there's some confusion as to which is authentic.

From BBC:

An explosion has been reported at a chemical plant in China's eastern province of Shandong.

 

Large flames can be seen from the site of the blast in Zibo County. There are so far no reports of any casualties.

 

The People's Daily said a warehouse at the plant exploded and firefighters are at the scene. There is a residential area about 1km from the plant.

 

Earlier this month blasts in the northern city of Tianjin killed at least 116 people, with hundreds hurt.

 

Unverified YouTube footage showed a massive explosion at the Shandong plant.

 

It is not yet clear if homes in the Shandong area have been damaged.

And from Reuters:

The factory produced adiponitrile, a colorless liquid that releases poisonous gases when it reacts with fire, the People's Daily said, citing the state-run Beijing Times.

 

Seven fire brigades consisting of a total of 150 fire fighters and 20 fire engines were sent to the scene and fire brigades that are trained to work with fires involving chemicals are being dispatched, Xinhua said.

 

Windows shattered in the village where the blast occurred, state media said, and tremors reverberated within 2 kilometers (1 mile) of the site of the explosion.

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So Close's picture

Smells like a friction fire...  where the (over reporeted (We  had 15 million tons(In a wharehouse that can only hold 5 million)) commidity rubs up against the insurance policy.

Save_America1st's picture

As a wise old prophet once so succinctly stated:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KjmjqlOPd6A

 

Must be more retaliation for the 530 point crash yesterday

Publicus's picture

The Western Elite is really ramping up their attack on China.

 

China will retaliate by sending troops and heavy demolition equiptments into Syria to clear away ISIS civilization zones. Then the heavy construction equiptments will arrive with millions of Chinese settlers.

strannick's picture

The starting shots in the non war with  the US

The US sets the standard  for deception and evil,  the extent of which would surprise everyone but Satan, or the head  of the CIA

Captain Debtcrash's picture
Captain Debtcrash (not verified) strannick Aug 22, 2015 12:13 PM
Skateboarder's picture

What's the probability, that since the west offshored its manufacturing and (lots of ODM relationships) China's 'economy' and infrastructure grew a couple of order of magnitude, and the first tech boom (hardware), the second one (Internet), the third one (social fuckyouedia), and no bigass explosions the whole time... that two like events of this magnitude just happen... within a couple of weeks of each other.

Yep, coinkidinks, just like vanishing steel. POOF, bitchez, aaaaand it's gone.

Manthong's picture

Geez.. the whole freaking country is toxic..

and incredibly careless.

 

nope-1004's picture

You're talking about the CIA and .gov, right?  There are chemicals everywhere around this planet.  There are also passenger planes too, but 2 downed in less than a year from the same airline is pure coincidence, isn't it?

No conspiracy theorist here, just looking at the facts in front of me, which are exported inflation, a fetish to down passenger planes, and destabilizing other countries from within.

 

COSMOS's picture

CIA sure is busy these days.

TBT or not TBT's picture

Obviously this is agents of the Chicomm central bank destroying inventory and breaking windows.   There's more than one way to align demand with supply amiright?    FDR did the same shit during his centrally planned recession, plowing crops under, pouring milk down the drain, to raise prices.   Some of those policies are still in place here, so do not doubt the Chicomms ability to get to the same point.  

svayambhu108's picture

Just so the chinese goverment gets the messages, the statistical odds, ...

[Chinese Goverment]
- That Tianji accident was something that happens once every few decades to every industrial nation.

[Hidden Presence]

- [Clearing throat] It was supposed to be a message to the devaluation currency step. Make it more clear.

[Chinese Goverment]
- That Tianji accident was something that happens once every few weeks to every industrial nation. [Sound of cognitive disonance in the background]

Latina Lover's picture

Yiddish Lightning strikes again!

mkkby's picture

Still 1.4 billion filthy rats there.  Keep going.  Lots more work to do.

Oh regional Indian's picture

Hey Fellow travailers....

Check this out and pass it on...

I'm starting sumthing...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FjmWeypvoQg

Skateboarder's picture

Epic video, ORI. The only way out for individuals is non-participation with centralized force, and personal and community de-centralization. It takes resources and current system 'money' to facilitate such things. You have to participate in the system now, so that you may gain enough labor4'money' translations to hopefully not participate in the future? What is a poor man to do in this wicked world?

p.s. I've continued some thoughts on the "it takes a village" concept in the student loans thread.

Oh regional Indian's picture

Cheers Sb, we have all the Force we need...

I've learned that things take far longer and far more care to germinate than to fabricate...

The Wizard's picture

On the topic of coincidence, is there a crater at this site of this explosion?

GMadScientist's picture

"Geez.. the whole freaking country is toxic.."

Perhaps that is precisely the point trying to be made by the person(s) responsible for these 'accidents'.

SilverDOG's picture

And the difference in the US is.....?

If one truly knows what is on the US trains and trucks on our highways and rails...

You'd stay home.

No Plobrem Amelicans have Obama emelr-gency insulr-ance.

Redneck Hippy's picture

They've finally figured out how to cure their overcapacity problem. Just blow shit up until the excess inventory is all gone.

insanelysane's picture

Not only excess inventory but imaginary inventory as well, for insurance purposes.

freewolf7's picture

How do you bomb a country without bombing them?

Wile-E-Coyote's picture

Space based laser........................

azusgm's picture

FDR would have been so proud.

WOAR's picture

When you see events like these explosions...

1 is an accident.

2 is coincidence.

3 is enemy action.

GMadScientist's picture

Uighur gonna need a new chemical factory, Wu.

localspaced's picture

Considering this happened little over a month ago:

http://sputniknews.com/videoclub/20150717/1024756812.html

 

Welcome to ww3 then, lol.

 

kchrisc's picture

Was there any doubt who ISIS is?

Langley and Glilot Junction.

Zion is a scheme, not an ethnicity.

 

For those in the know, it is close to impossible to name one truly Islamic terrorism act of the last 15, 20, 25...years. As for the DC US and Israel, well that's entirely another matter.

Buckaroo Banzai's picture

Islam has a rich and substantial history of wreaking terror over the last 1400 years. The CIA and Mossad have only been around since 1946. I'm sure they are up to no good but the fact is, Muslims don't need much help when it comes to terror. As they say, "it's in the book"-- the Koran that is.

Ass Burger's picture

Talking to a (relatively uninformed) friend last night who surprisingly heard about the stock meltdown. From what he read on Yahoo, it was because of China's messed up market... So that narrative is being prepped for the sheeple. 

aurum4040's picture

See eye A responsible for both explosions 

Parisnights's picture

How many of those satellite launched space rods do they have up there?

lasvegaspersona's picture

Anyone with something large and valuable would be foolish to count on insurance if the re-insurance is on the back of AIG and Lloyds. In dangerous times one should simply protect one's wealth and not count on insurance.

I'm not saying this could not happen but I just don't know how reliable insurance in China.

GMadScientist's picture

"Smells like a friction fire... "

I thought a policy written on flash paper seemed a little odd.

Hans-Zandvliet's picture

Isn't that a typo: 15.000.000 tons? If it were water, it would mean a cube (LxBxH) of 246 m!

I guess it's more like kilograms.

thesonandheir's picture

irritation eyes, skin, respiratory system; headache, dizziness, lassitude (weakness, exhaustion), confusion, convulsions; blurred vision; dyspnea (breathing difficulty); abdominal pain, nausea, [and] vomiting

 

Exactly what I have when I see Yellen speak on telly.

thesonandheir's picture

irritation eyes, skin, respiratory system; headache, dizziness, lassitude (weakness, exhaustion), confusion, convulsions; blurred vision; dyspnea (breathing difficulty); abdominal pain, nausea, [and] vomiting

 

Exactly what I have when I see Yellen speak on telly.

Perimetr's picture

Langley has been quite busy lately.

 

Wonder what the payback will be?

 

Ms No's picture

Yep, it's on.  How long until China retaliates?  Lets hope that they are as wise as Russia.

weburke's picture

haha, so, you are going to vote for the iran treaty eh? and the french proposed un treaty about israel on sept 15th? and approve the russia sale of S-300's to iran? Well, I think israel is already at war with all who are on the other side. This will only expand, and very soon I am guessing. Not even a month left. 

Paveway IV's picture

Damn... the Apocalypse is next month already?

That snuck right up on me - I'm nowhere near prepared enough. <sigh...> Where does the time go?

weburke's picture

we all lose in this one. make sure you have at least the preps fema recommends.  its the elites, but you blame the regular folk.

Stumpy4516's picture

China is wiser than Russia.  And what you take as wisdom (inaction) from Russia is born of weakness and inability. 

This attack (if it is one, the previous one was an attack) is a good thing.  Makes it clear to China they must fight or be dominated forever.

Each attacks with the best weapons they have.  The US has bombs, biowarfare, cia sponsored internal terrorism and other physical attacks.  The Chinese have economic weapons and gold.  (The US gold have been pilfered in the dark of night and will not be returned.)

Will the US next use biowarfare and if they do will China return the favor in kind?

Any physical movement of the military sort in the ME by China will be a clear sign they are getting ready to fight.  Movement into Iran with actual forces, it is too late for Syria.  I seriously doubt they are ready though.  China recently pulled back it's commitment to Russia and some large projects, perhaps China knows they will have to go it alone and Russia is impotent or not to be trusted as a dependable allie.

bid the soldiers shoot's picture

 

 

"Hi Vlad it's Xi.  Say do you think we borrow a couple of Khibiny for a week or two?  We've got a little debt to repay."