bombing that killed 241 U.S. Marines was "the largest non-nuclear
explosion in history," according to General Paul X. Kelley,
past-Commandant of the Marine Corps.
On June 8, 1982 - the 15th
anniversary of the sneak
attack against the U.S.S. Liberty by Israeli forces - Israel
launched sneak attacks against Lebanon (weakened by a Mossad campaign of
terrorism and false flag operations) and Syria, destroying Syria's air
force and defense systems.
President Reagan sent 1,800 marines to
Beirut to act as "peace keepers." They were denied to have live
ammunition to be able to properly protect themselves. Veterans worried
if they, like the crew of the U.S.S. Liberty, were being set up as "live
Around 6:20 am, October 23, 1983, a terrified city is
awakened by a deafening explosion. The ground shakes. Have the Israelis
begun another bombing rampage? A towering mushroom cloud billows from
the rubble of what had been the U.S. barracks at Beirut International
Airport where the 1st Battalion 8th Marines had been
version" put out by the federal government still repeated today was that
the explosion was caused by a truck loaded with "2,000 pounds of
dynamite" rammed the building. No one with any knowledge of explosives
believed the "official version, because that explosion could not have
been caused by TNT, just as fuel oil can't melt steel; or as General
Parton proved, a Ryder truck of fertilizer could not bring down the
Against the evidence and common sense,
immediately, the blame was laid on "terrorists almost certainly
Hezbollah" - and guilt by word association blaming two of Israel's
bitterest enemies, Iran and Syria. But the official story never tells
The Mossad had advance knowledge of the notorious suicide
bombing in Beirut but didn't pass on that information to American
intelligence. By Way of Deception, Confessions of ex-Mossad agent,
Victor Ostrovsky. "Intelligence lies are like the Russian dolls, open
one, find another. The real story - like 911 - is even worse than they
knew but didn't warn us."
U.S. military intelligence's equivalent of CSI (Crime Scene
Investigators), using the most sophisticated, high tech diagnostic tests,
forensically examined evidence found at the scene of the terrorist explosion
that killed 241 U.S. Marines in Beirut - They know where the bomb came from,
but the stunning truth has been suppressed for 23 years. Even without full
disclosure of those test results, experts on explosives and terrorism believe
more than enough proof exists to establish who is guilty. The truck that blew
up the Marine Barracks was loaded with 666 pounds of enhanced RDX "rag
The Israelis call
RDX, "rag bombs," because they use it to kill "rag-heads" or to blame
bombings on "rag-heads." Also, the "safest" way to handle it is in
"rags" that have been soaked in RDX and dried. Their planted bombs often
look like a pile of dirty "rags."
The only active sources of RDX
in 1983 were the United States, Canada, France, Sweden, China - and
But even 666 pounds of RDX (the most powerful,
non-nuclear explosive in the world) couldn't have done the damage caused
by "The largest non-nuclear explosion in history." Only "enhanced RDX,"
an Israeli specialty, could have caused that
Evidence Points to Israelis Guilty of Massacre of U.S.
The RDX that
killed our Marines was "enhanced" with propane gas and primed with PETN
boosters or detonation cord, according to Yosef Bitar, Lebanon's top
explosive expert. Bitar is an expert; between 1975 and 1983 he had
defused 1,870 bombs! Gas-enhanced RDX bombs are exotic devices. Only
explosive experts with a great deal of practical experience can prepare
a gas-enhanced bomb. The bomb must be prepared so that first the gas
cylinders are exploded to create a cloud in which the RDX is detonated.
The gas cloud "amplifies" the exploding plastic
of 1982 (when gas-enhanced bombs first started appearing in Lebanon) the
Israeli Defense Forces (IDF G-2) intelligence headquarters was destroyed
by one of these new devices. Many senior Israeli officers were killed.
The Israelis say the explosion was an accident and blame it on a
cigarette or match- even though RDX (aka cyclonite, hexogen or T4) base
is very stable and difficult to
has made so much RDX and
other exotic weapons of mass destruction they are making their own nest
uninhabitable. A biological treatment process for wastes contaminated
with the explosive RDX (cyclonite) is under investigation in the
laboratory using wastewater of a munitions factory in Israel. This study
is designed to find solutions for the removal of both RDX and nitrate
residues in these wastes, materials that can contribute to groundwater
contamination. A bacterium was isolated from soil contaminated by RDX
capable of aerobically removing nitrite residues from RDX, which is the
first step in the biodegradation of RDX. They spend fortunes of the
money congress sends them to study the kinetics of RDX and HMX
biodegradation in the groundwater of the Israeli Coastal Aquifer. So
much soil and groundwater has been polluted Israel has to import tons of
RDX and other nasty
The only place that officially admits to making RDX is Chemko in
. To buy it requires a government license.
Chemko has never traded "with an Arab country." However, in letter dated May
2003, the Czech ministry says it has "no objections" to the "application of the
company Chemko to issue a license for the export of explosives to Israel (RDX -
55 t, oktogé¼[HMX] - 15 t)."
The first stage of the present crisis in
Lebanon began when former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik
Hariri was assassinated
on Feb 14, 2005. Tellingly, the huge bomb used to
kill him and everyone unfortunate enough to be within "collateral damage" range
was made out of RDX.
The Beirut bombing that killed 241 U.S. Marines was
"the largest non-nuclear explosion in history," according to General Paul X.
Kelley, past-Commandant of the Marine Corps.
Forbes had appointments to the U.S. Air Force Academy and West Point,
but eager to help his country fight Communism he enlisted in the U.S.
Marine Corps instead. While on active duty he volunteered for combat
missions in both Lebanon and Vietnam. "Thank God, they didn't send me;
because today I know the real purposes of these wars were not for
America, but against her."
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