The UAE Oil Tanker “Attacks,” Gordie and Jim on Press TV

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      • But the photo shown, may just have been borrowed from some other news story, in order to merely serve as example of “damaged tanker”. In fact, t is obvious that the “ednews” photo shows a ship damaged by a collision with another ship, hitting it at a 90 degree angle. The waterline hole is typical of a collision with a ship equipped with a bulb.

    1. While we are staring at this point another may be more important. Oh look over there, Aliens, UFOs etc.

    2. What struck me from the list that was shown, is that there were five ships hit. And four of them were sailing under the UAE flag, one of them under the SA flag.

      To me this indicates that it may have been a warning, sent by “someone”, a warning that intends to put some pressure upon the UAE authorities.

      Who knows what is happening behind the scenes? Lots of consultations I am sure, across the whole spectrum. Many goverments may in fact be in the process of questioning their own policies thus far. Many doubtlessly looking at new openings and opportunities for increased stability and safety for their countries – now located in the midst of a very turbulent region.

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