China approves usage of ruble instead of US dollar for border city
RUSSIA TODAY – 9 Aug, 2015
China’s central bank has put the Russian ruble into circulation in Suifenhe City, Heilongjiang Province, launching a pilot two-currency (ruble and yuan) program. The ruble is being introduced in place of the US dollar.
The announcement was made on Saturday (Aug 8) by Jin Mei, deputy secretary for monetary policy at the opening ceremony of a trade exposition in Suifenhe, reported state-run Xinhua news agency.
The newly-adopted initiative is to promote bilateral trade relations and boost tourism, enabling Russians traveling to the Chinese region to pay for their expenses directly in rubles. More
Western News reported a shipment of explosives was responsible for the multiple detonations but not everyone agrees this was the cause.
Was this China’s 9/11? Was the explosion an accident of negligence, or did China demolish it’s own port city with explosives in order to blame the US for threatening China’s economic policy of two currency, (ruble and yuan) trade with Russia and devaluation of the Chinese yuan?.
Veterans Today is reporting US was likely responsible for an overt nuclear attack on Chinese soil. More
In my opinion there is more reason to believe the explosions were a result of negligence and corruption of port officials placed under pressure by corporations to break safety regulations. The combination of explosives, heat and toxic chemicals most likely explain the highly corrosive surfaces noted on the Volkswagon cars and other surfaces.
China appears to be significantly accident-prone. In an Aug 27 report, China admits, “Industrial accidents in China continue to exact high toll in lives and property” More
In addition to being plagued with a high rate of industrial accidents, China’s admission to negligence in storage of explosives at a hazardous waste site appears to undermine theories that China concocted their own 9/11 or that the US used a mini-nuke in retaliation for China’s overly-aggressive economic policies.
Explosion in Tianjin China Global Markets in Crisis
In my opinion an examination of multiple cameras fails to show evidence of a mini-nuke or advanced space weapon. Instead we see an original fire, then an explosion, followed by a larger explosion. The lapsed time between flash and audible sound is about four seconds, verifying the distance to be less than one mile, or about 4,400 feet. The explosion appeared larger than perceived due to after-dark conditions. Distribution of on-site materials, however, added significantly to the overall destruction as blazing hot, toxic and corrosive materials were thrust in a very wide radius from ground zero to remove paint from cars.
Amateur Video of Explosion – 1
Drone Video Reveals Damage
Amateur Video of Explosion – 2
Amateur Videos Synchronized