I get the feeling that a lot of this good and bad stuff being pointed out on Friday the 13th happens on most other days too, but we tend to focus on the things that happen on that Friday because it's superstitious.
I don't really have a signature but here's what I support:
There seems to have been an immense explosion in Beirut, the main capital and port of Lebanon, powerful enough to have people close enough to it to literally have their eardrums burst. This one is quite tragic, seeing as this happened in a quite frequently populated area, houses one kilometer away (or half a mile) felt the seisms so bad the foundations of the house begun to tremble, let alone pieces of the roof falling apart. I just hope they recover from this.
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My bad. And man you're good at catching these kinds of mistakes. =P
So far people have theorized either of those possibilities, it doen't mean either of those caused it yet. And yeah, Trump's words are not the best reference either, though I wouldn't discard the possibility of a terrorist attack yet myself.
According to the news I heard, security standards were not observed and warnings were ignored.
Also what a contrast, Germany be like "we're distraught and express our condolences and offer help", while Trump be like "yeah it was a bomb, why care"
Because Germany actually cares and gives their condolences to the families who lost someone who died there.
Trump would care, but since it’s been more in the east he doesn’t. Now look this would happen in America he would care because that is his Kingdom.
But since we Know-how much he hates the east region people he calls it a terrorstic attack and etc.
If there's one thing a leader should be that is imparcial. To outright call it a terrorist attack just like that and move on like it was just some random bystander who fell off his bike is just wrong, it doesn't matter if that person lives in the east, west, underground or space.
Whatever, we should not forget that this tragedy shred a huge light on the corrupt and highly mafia-esque structures in Libanon. It sucks to say that this was a homemade disaster. But it's innocent people who have to pay for it.