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latest false flag attack?

On Wed, 26 Sep 2018 08:53:56 +0100
Peter Fairbrother <peter at tsto.co.uk> wrote:

> > 	Now this does look like a fucking "major conflagration"
> > 	https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hSPFL2Zlpg
> No. It certainly doesn't look structurally significant.

	OK - The building is engulfed in flames but you don't call that a 'major conflagration'.

> It looks spectacular, but if that was the worst of it I'd take it off my 
> list of structurally significant fires.

	Yeah it just 'looks' spectacular. But it is just 'looks'. Illusion. 

> By far the most spectacular part was the when the bamboo scaffolding 

	Where's your source for that?

	No mention of any bamboo there...Is wikimierda also censored by the chinese commies? 

	You can look at different videos and see the flames coming out of the windows. Where's the scaffolding? 

> BTW the explosions are bamboo scaffolding - 

	It was new year and there was a lot of fireworks, including the fireworks that started the fire. 

> the air in the closed bamboo 
> segments gets hot and expands, then the bamboo gives way explosively.

	Eagerly waiting for the evidence that there was a bamboo scaffolding. Funnily enough I harvested a bunch of bamboo last week. I might try to cause some sections of it to 'explode'...

> I wasn't sure that the Beijing TV fire counts

	Of course it doesn't count for your propaganda =)
	Massive fire - no structural damage. Exactly the kind of thing you want to ignore. 

> The nearby Mandarin Oriental hotel which was set on fire by the Beijing 
> TV station may have been worthy of inclusion too, or perhaps instead of 
> - some of the "Beijing TV fire" videos are actually of the nearby hotel, 
> not Beijing TV - but I couldn't be bothered sorting it out.

	I'm not completely sure but it seems to be the same building. The hotel in the "CCTV".