33 Responses to Explosions in Iran sparked by failed bid to fit nuclear warhead on Shahab-3?

  1. nickk0 says:

    I wonder if this was an act of ….. dare I say it…. Sabotage.

    We may never know.

    – Nick


    • Dennis E. says:

      The internet is starting to post messages that the MOSSAD was behind this explosion and a senior Iranian nuclear scientist was also killed. it seems that there has been two blasts this weekend killing 32 over people at two separate bases.


  2. Karl says:

    Here we go…..

    I believe Iran will be the the trigger to start the ball rolling to an uncertain future for the entire world.

    With the ever increasing earth changes, and an unstable middle east, things are only going to get worse before they get better.

    I fear for the futures of my 4 young children…

    Thanks Alvin for sharing the REAL news.


    • It’s the same lesson indigenous cultures have passed down to succeeding generations since the beginning of time and it is one lessons man never seems to learn. Man’s technology has always grown faster than his wisdom to use it.

      May God always keep you in his abiding care,


  3. elijahsmom3 says:

    Guess what happens when you play with fire?


  4. Hi says:

    Er, you do realize Debka is Israeli COINTEL, right? It’s always highly disinformative.


    • Range of Iran’s 3rd generation ballistic missiles

      Forget the article. If you know what a RDD or IND is, you know Iran doesn’t have to mount a nuclear warhead on a missile to kill hundreds of thousands of people. It can do it with a IRD or a Chemical warhead, or nerve gas agent. Annihilation sometimes means the death of people, not necessarily the destruction of property. We know Iran has missile range capability with the Shahab 3 generation missile and we know they have radioative material and have made repeated threats to wipe Israel off the map. This game has already spiraled that far. As long as these weapons of mass destruction are in the hands of men, whether Israel or Iran, they will be used either to prevent a presumed annihilation or to respond in-kind to one.


  5. let the games begin…


  6. gundiji says:

    are there just idiots on this planet…


  7. Dennis E. says:

    I still believe the best opportunity to bomb Iran’s nuclear program and set it back a few years has past. Now Russia and China are making their objections known and could intervene militarily.


  8. Braindamagedsmotpoker says:

    Could this possibly have been the source of Iodine in Europe prior to its going up in smoke?


  9. adelind says:

    And I thought that people learnt from the mistakes made in the past. Could this be the start of another world war?


    • Humans Eh! says:

      i) You thought wrong my friend.
      ii) Indeed it could.

      Its quite depressing how mankind seems hell bent on self destruction. War has always been a solution to economic stagnation, war though is much more than men versus men with weapons. Now it means total annihilation and there will be no victors. Like Karl posted above I too am so saddened when I think of the world my children will face.
      My username says it all for me!


  10. Marshallrn says:

    I’m not too sure how this explosion took place, but if you think about it, if Iran is this careless in their endeavors to make weaponds of major destruction, then how would they be willing to play with nukes? I see this more of a ploy to show Iran to be a irresponsible country and maybe a way to get them to point some more fingers or missiles. All in all I like what was said “technology is growing faster than mans wisdom to use is properly”.

    We need to realize that all the time people spend thinking about themselves and their daily live is energy that could be used towards peace. And all the energy that is waisted by individuals who spend hours watching TV or playing games is more peace energy that’s being used to slow down peaceful progression in the world. Music is the cure all. And you can also spread a message of hope, joy, love, and community. This should be done. Buy some small instruments and put them out in your home. When friends come over play for and with them.

    Spread a message.


    • Rachel says:

      Nicely said and only in a perfect world will people stop watching tv, playing violent video games, text 1000 messages a day. Especially the younger generation I know a woman who gave her two children, one is a 2 year old and another’ 4 and she gave both an iPad. I know a few can do it but most will not. Try taking away a video game from teenagers who play video games all day, my three nephews and their father. But still a nice message you said.


  11. Paul says:

    Once again, thanks for crying “wolf” again. I love how news sources are claiming beligerency on the part of Iran , which is bought lock, stock, and barrel by people not interested enough in reseaching for themselves. That would be those who still believe the that Iranian president said they would wipe Israel off the map. DebkahFiles is an Israeli dis-info site disguised as journalism ( so what they write must be true! ). So an ammo dump explodes, so what? to assume it was because they were attaching nuclear devices to missiles is missleading at best and pure BS at worst. The old bastards running things will get us into a hot war soon enough, dont get your shorts in a knot until then.


    • Semantics 101: What Ahmadinejad said – 2008

      Wake up…the proxy war between Iran and Israel started a long time ago. It’s being played out in Gaza and Lebanon with thousands of victims. The nuclear toys are just the culmination. The only people that said this was an ammo dump was the Iranians and of course the word of the other warring party in this crisis is to be bought at face value?

      “An exiled Iranian dissident group, the Mujahedin-e Khalq or MEK, has claimed that the blast hit a missile base run by the Revolutionary guard rather than an ammunition depot. Iranian officials did not explain why Moghaddam was at the site at the time of the explosion ” -Washington Post http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/middle-east/iran-says-revolutionary-guard-commander-killed-in-accidental-explosion-was-key-missile-pioneer/2011/11/13/gIQA33aRIN_story.html

      The Revolutionary Guard is in charge of Iran’s nuclear program.

      “In October 2011 Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. announced that federal authorities had foiled a plot by men linked to the Iranian government and the Revolutionary Guards to kill the Saudi ambassador to the United States and to bomb Saudi Arabia’s embassy in Washington.The Guards oversees the nuclear and missile program, and the recently revealed enrichment plant near Qum… ” -NY Times


      But as you say, there is nothing here of any alarm so please feel free to return to your slumber.


    • radiogirl says:

      He has never sugar coated his objectives .He has said that HE will usher in the great destruction for the return of their messiah…..meaning the extermination of the Jews and who ever else gets in the way,which of course is war. I don’t think a person can be any more plain spoken than that.


  12. luisport says:

    IAEA’s report puts the world on the brink of nuclear war, alert Fidel Castro “The most curious is that evil NATO ended its operation in Libya, the IAEA, the UN body, an institution that should be at the service of world peace, launched its political report, interested and sectarian that puts the world on the brink of war with use of nuclear weapons”, writes in an article published today entitled “the Genocidal Cynicism”. The Communist leader, 85 years, argues that the Agency supports the war that the United States, “in alliance with Britain and Israel, has been preparing thoroughly against Iran”.

    Fidel Castro believes that “humanity becomes aware of the risks which flows inexorably falling in a final and total catastrophe that would be a consequence of irresponsible decisions of politicians in whose hands the chance, more than the talent or the merit, put the destiny of humanity”.

    In its report, published on Tuesday, the IAEA expresses “serious concern” about the military dimension of the Iranian nuclear programme, based on “credible”.

    The head of Iranian diplomacy, Ali Akbar Salehi, had already rejected in advance any accusation to his country’s nuclear programme. According to the Minister, the UN agency, which for eight years investigating the Iranian program, “does not have any serious evidence”.

    Israel and several Western countries accuse Iran of wanting to acquire the atomic bomb, which Tehran denies.

    Washington and its Western allies have already expressed the intention to use the report of the IAEA to strengthen the penalties they apply individually to Tehran and try to convince Moscow and Beijing to intensify the UN adopted four resolutions that were adopted from 2007.

    The report should be discussed at the meeting of the Board of Governors of IAEA of 17 and 18 November.


    • radiogirl says:

      Thanks Luisport…….What Iran trying to aquire the atomicbomb?!!!!Not those peace loving leaders of theirs who are so charitable and humble.Always the do gooders.

      Of course they want the bomb!And of course they will deny everything

      .I had a brother who would swear up and down in a court of law… he never took a drink… and yet he was always drunk.


  13. Tim says:

    North Koreans helping Iran with nukes: Source

    “The source, with access to intelligence on the years-long weapons collaboration between Pyongyang and Tehran, said the North Koreans are visiting Iran via third countries and many of them are being rotated in every three to six months.

    The North Korean experts are from the country’s so-called Office 99, which is directly supervised by the North’s ruling Workers’ Party Munitions Industry Department. The bureau is widely believed to be engaged in exports of weapons and military technology.”


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  14. Fillade says:

    Hello Alvin, There is a report of a blanket of radiation now detected over most of Europe, I don’t know the level of danger, but to date no one has claimed responsibility, either industrial or terrorist.
    My thought falls on a false flag event, there are a hand full of nations in hostility from which this could be the result, a warning, or a trial balloon.
    Many unknowns.



  15. Tim says:

    After Stuxnet: Iran Detects Another Computer Virus
    “Just one day after the mysterious blast at a missiles base, Iran claims it has foiled a cyber-attack by the Duqu virus.”


  16. steve says:

    Alvin Has there been any info on radioactive materials in the smoke plume showing the content of the burning materials it should tell us what was blown up.


    • I think the concerns center around a possible leak rather than an actual incident. There are remote sensors that can detect radiation that are used as counter-surveillence measures by many governments. It that is the case, it may be a prelude to something…


  17. Sapo Mal says:

    So how about this for a think piece? The US and Israel are getting the blame for this. But no sane person has any desire to see Iran have nuke tipped missiles. Perhaps the Russians or Chinese, who are ostensibly on more-or-less amicable terms with Iran, are sabotaging the Mullahbomb. I have worked with Chinese and other Asians for most of my life, and some of them are very very subtle. Read Sun T’zu’s Art of War as a primary, and you will begin to understand why this might be true.


  18. Apparently, there was something to the Debka report that the IRG commander was killed in an explosion involving a ballistic missile reports Associated Press:

    “– A senior Iranian Revolutionary Guard commander killed in an explosion at an ammunition depot last week was testing an intercontinental missile when the blast occurred, his brother was quoted by a government newspaper as saying Saturday. Hours later, he reportedly denied the comments. Moghaddam’s brother Mohammad – himself a Guard officer – was quoted by the government-run Iran newspaper as saying the blast occurred during testing of the long-range missile. He did not dispute that the explosion was accidental.”He lost his life while doing a final test of the missile,” Moghaddam said. “The project was in the final testing phase. It was related to an intercontinental ballistic missile. … It was a completely high-tech, confidential process,”


    Buckle your seatbelts folks…


  19. Fillade says:

    There is a high probably the detonation was not an accident, the intellegence agency’s of the west are having a free for all around the Iranian perimeter.

    I can’t get the image out of my head of a Iranian with a beard and turban holding a AK lighting a fuse with a match to launch a missle at Israel.



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