This time, I'm referring to the massive Brazil National Museum fire.
Brazil National Museum housing 20mn+ exhibits devoured by massive blazeOnly 50 firefighters? That's way too few for a fire of that size. Especially when the Fire Department (FD) is forced to shuttle water--explanation below--to the scene, since the nearby fire hydrants weren't working. How convenient.
The National Museum of Brazil in Rio de Janeiro has been hit by a massive fire on Sunday night, with images from the scene showing the entire building engulfed in flames. The cause of the blaze is unknown so far.
No-one was injured in the fire, which started after the museum was closed for the day, local media report. About 50 firefighters have been trying to contain the inferno since 7 pm local time. The flames quickly spread through the 19th century wooden mansion that houses the museum...
The National Museum is one of the Americas' oldest and largest, holding over 20 million objects pertaining to natural history and anthropology.
The National Museum houses the largest collection of Egyptian archaeology in Latin America, numbering over 700 items. It also boasts a vast collection of minerals and fossils.
According to the museum’s deputy director, there were plenty of highly flammable items inside the building that could have triggered the blaze. "There were a lot of items that could cause a fire, we had a plan to remove those substances from the museum, but unfortunately that happened," Cristiana Cerezo told The Globe.
The extent of the damage to the museum's contents is unknown so far, as is the exact cause of the fire. Authorities have launched an investigation.
"According to the museum’s deputy director, there were plenty of highly flammable items inside the building that could have triggered the blaze. There were a lot of items that could cause a fire, we had a plan to remove those substances from the museum, but unfortunately that happened..."
What kind of idiot places highly flammable items inside a museum holding 20 million pieces of art, antiquities, fosils and archeological finds of incalculable value? An idiot who's probably in on the arson job--or being used as a dupe--which is what happened to the National Museum of Brazil in Rio de Janeiro.
"Authorities have launched an investigation." They can investigate until
Take a look at this pic of the blaze. As a retired firefighter that assisted our department's Fire Marshal's several times during their investigation of a suspicious fire, I can assure you now that it's 'Case Closed.' Way too much damage to make a comprehensive investigation.
Now the question to ask, was this another case of 'Jewish Lightning?'
Medieval Torah scroll safe from fire that engulfed Brazil museum: 13th-century Yemenite Torah, once owned by emperor Pedro II, had been removed for restoration before blazeLike the Israeli masterminded 9/11 False Flag, this story has already changed. When it first appeared, remember reading an article that quoted some local Rabbi that the scroll had been moved "days before" the blaze. Now they're spinning it and claiming it was moved two years ago.
RIO DE JANEIRO-An ancient Torah scroll once owned by a Brazilian emperor had been removed from Brazil’s National Museum for restoration prior to the massive fire that engulfed the building in Rio on Sunday.
Unlike other irreplaceable treasures, the 13th-century Yemenite Torah scroll once owned by emperor Pedro II is safe at another building that belongs to the National Museum.
Think the MSM outlet that carried that story might of been "AP," since the WayBack site lists TWO snapshots for that September 5, 2018 story, but there's only ONE link.
I call Bullshit on the bullshit being shoveled out about the scroll being moved two years before the fire. The (((gangsters))) behind this tragic loss realized the Rabbi fucked up, and had their MSM drop the part about the scroll being moved only a couple of days before, to take the heat--no pun intended--off their sleazy, thieving asses.
I've searched numerous sites, and they're all singing the same song; the AP story that the scroll was moved two years earlier.
If I was deceptive, cunning and crafty--like a certain Tribe of ethnic gangsters--would've taken a screen shot of that story to insert in this blog. But when Jew Inc saw that story about the Torah scroll being removed only a few days before the fire, they knew that when Brazilians started looking for someone to blame for that tragedy, it would start getting hot for the Brazilian Kosher Nostra franchise and not because of Summer's approach.
Israel pulled of its biggest False Flag to date, 9/11"
Larry Silverstein, the wealthy property owner and developer who held the lease on the World Trade Center properties, was due to work that morning of September 11, 2001, in the temporary offices of his company, Silverstein Properties, on the 88th floor of the North Tower. But he had a problem; he had a dermatologist appointment that morning, too. According to Silverstein, his wife “laid down the law” and told him he could not miss the doctors appointment. Therefore, Silverstein was not at the World Trade Center when the planes hit. Two of Silverstein’s children, his son, Roger, and daughter, Lisa, would regularly attend meetings with important clients at Windows on the World. That morning, they too were running late and were not at Windows when the planes hit...Silverstein did lose four employees in the attack; two of them had just been hired.Teenager acne bothering the 70+ yo Lucky Larry?
The ones who died in his office were probably some hapless GOYIM who aren't worth saving, as the Jew's Most Holy book, the Talmud teaches.
Truly, Jews are a people blessed by a God or their G-d to have such luck whenever some kind of tragedy befalls us GOYIM, but which Juden not only dodge, but usually make tons of money off the event.
Short Dan Rather 9/11 video, where the TRUTH escaped from his lips at the 30 second mark, which is why probably why Danny boy was set up with the Killian documents fraud, then fired for falling for the scam.
"Amazing, incredible, pick your word. For the third time today, it's reminiscent of those pictures we've all seen too much on television before, where a building was deliberately destroyed by well placed dynamite to knock it down." CBS News anchor Dan Rather commenting on the collapse of Building 7 - September 11, 2001 at approx 5:30pm EST.
To add to the confusion--which aids the coverup--they make moronic statements like this:
According to Brazilian culture minister Sérgio Leitão, an electrical short circuit or a paper hot-air balloon that landed on the museum’s roof was the likely cause of the fire...Brazil’s National Museum, for example, had no working sprinkler system, and the two hydrants closest to the building malfunctioned when firefighters arrived at the scene.Yes, paper hot-air balloons are notorious for causing massive museum fires.
No working fire sprinkler system in the museum? Kinda like those CCTV cameras that were either out of service or being replaced right at the same time some Zionist False Flag kills a bunch of Gentiles.
Here's more proof this was most likely arson: "... two hydrants closest to the building malfunctioned when firefighters arrived at the scene." No working sprinkler system; no working fire hydrants close by, forcing Rio firefighters to "...collect water from a nearby lake..."
Moving water from a lake to the fire is what's called a tanker shuttle operation, used mainly in county FD's that don't have fire hydrants, because it would cost the county too much money to install the same. So they either place few fire hydrants in strategic locations, and use their Tanker trucks to load water from the hydrant, then 'shuttle' it back to the fire scene, which is then dumped into a huge holding tank, specifically set-up for that purpose or find a nearby lake/pond, attach a piece of hard suction hose to the Tanker, use the pump to suck in the water, then deliver the water--called a shuttle op--to the scene.
It's a long, slow, arduous process and if their was a recent heavy rain, forget it, there's no way you can get the Tanker truck close enough to the lake to gather water without getting the Tanker stuck.
Add in the corrupt Brazilian president, Michel Temer, who illegally seized power in a JWO coup back in May 2016 and you have the perfect set-up for Jewish Lightning. Don't worry about 'Michelle,' he's not running for re-election, since Brazilians hate the sorry bastard, with polls showing only around 7% would vote for the traitorous fuck. But for being a good little GOY, he'll probably get a nice cut of the museum loot.
Life is good and will continue to be good for the 75 yo 'Mikey,' who will live like royalty when he leaves the presidency and has all sorts of fun with his much younger wife, Marcela.
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5 historic artifacts that may have been destroyed in the National Museum of Brazil fireThanks for this blog go to a Mr. Gabreal Jones, a very astute, educated and fearless human who left some comments on a previous blog that got me interested into pursuing the Rio Museum 'torch' job.
2. Mummified specimens
The museum is home to a mummified woman who died 600 years before Europeans ever arrived to South America, providing a rare example of Brazilian mummified bodies.
4. Scientific library
Nearly half a million volumes make up the museum's scientific library, including 2,400 which are classified as rare works.
5. Ancient skeleton
Luzia Woman, an upper paleolithic period skeleton, has called the museum home since being discovered in a cave in Brazil in 1975. She is believed to be around 11,500 years old, making her the oldest human skeleton to be found in the Americas. Sadly, she could have finally met her fate in 2018.
P.S. That the scrolls were from Yemen isn't unusual, since Biblical scholars and archeologists are now discovering that the fabled Jew 'Exodus' wasn't spent in Egypt's Sinai, but in Yemen.
The Exodus is a fabrication from those who think truth is malleable, to be twisted and distorted to fit whatever line of Bullshit they're selling
Ancient Egypt knew no PharaohsP.S. 2 To see what life is like in a Rio slum, watch the excellent 2002 movie "City of God." Based on real events that happened to a young Brazilian who aspired to be a photojournalist. Life in those slums can be brutal, nasty and very short.
And yes, the whole story of Egypt ever being ruled by so called Pharaohs is nothing but a pure myth and a blatant deception. As a matter of fact the notorious story of Moses and Pharaoh never happened in ancient Egypt.