An aerial view shows the massive damage at Beirut port's grain silos and the area around it on Wednesday, one day after a massive explosion hit the area in the heart of the Lebanese capital. Photo: AFP
The narrative that the Beirut explosion was an exclusive consequence of negligence and corruption by the current Lebanese government is now set in stone, at least in the Atlanticist sphere.  And yet, digging deeper, we find that negligence and corruption may have been fully exploited, via sabotage, to engineer it.    Lebanon is prime John Le […]
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