Container Ship Carrying Weapons for Syrian Rebels Sinks

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PostSun Jun 23, 2013 2:31 pm » by Umbrex


WillEase666 wrote:
Kinninigan wrote:
Doogle wrote:I'm no maritime expert, but it does seem odd.
However, I agree with Umbrex :http://www.disclose.tv/forum/syria-will-be-armed-with-weapons-never-seen-before-t84565.html.

The guy does seem to be getting easily confused.



i have not read the threads yet but that thread looks like its about Russia's S-400 weapons being delivered.

this story is being covering up, i looked into last night

my guess is some serious weapons were in those containers, now they are at the bottom of the sea

obama was warned from russia, guess he did not listen




First of all, it was a Russian cargo ship...

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While some containers may have been lost, as of 23 June 2013 both sections of the vessel remain afloat with the majority of the cargo still onboard. A salvage company has been contracted and tugboats are en route to tow the two sections, which are drifting in East-Northeast direction, and the remaining cargo to safety.


No, it was a Japanese ship managed by MOL (Mitsui O.S.K. Lines). The one you have pictured is a polish operated sistership.

Major shareholders are:

Japan Trustee Services Bank, Ltd.
The Master Trust Bank of Japan, Ltd.
Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Co., Ltd.
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
SSBT OD05 OMNIBUS ACCOUNT-TREATY CLIENTS
Mizuho Corporate Bank, Ltd.
The Nomura Trust and Banking Co., Ltd.
Mellon Bank Treaty Clients Omnibus
Trust & Custody Services Bank, Ltd.
Sumitomo Life Insurance Company

http://www.mol.co.jp/en/corporate/profile/index.html

I heard the statement "But it's a russian ship, stupid" a few times, where do you get it from?

Any scources would be nice.


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Nope. Can't access the link.

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Link fixed, try again
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PostSun Jun 23, 2013 2:35 pm » by *WillEase*


The whole idea of this ship carrying weapons to the Syrian rebels is bullshit.
Yes the ship split, but did not sink.
But as of now, other than conspiracy websites that are using the same story,
no indications as to what was in the containers has been made public.
As if the Russians would allow the US to use their ship to ship arms to Syria...
give me a break.

OK, I stand corrected on the owner of Mol Comfort.
However, if it was carrying arms, from what port was it loaded?
No information about the cargo is given except on conspiracy websites.
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PostSun Jun 23, 2013 2:44 pm » by Umbrex


WillEase666 wrote:The whole idea of this ship carrying weapons to the Syrian rebels is bullshit.
Yes the ship split, but did not sink.
But as of now, other than conspiracy websites that are using the same story,
no indications as to what was in the containers has been made public.
As if the Russians would allow the US to use their ship to ship arms to Syria...
give me a break.


that's a non answer dude.

but i dont mind asking it again. ill try capsing this time:

FROM WHERE DID YOU GET IT's A RUSSIAN SHIP?!?

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PostSun Jun 23, 2013 2:47 pm » by *WillEase*


Umbrex wrote:
WillEase666 wrote:The whole idea of this ship carrying weapons to the Syrian rebels is bullshit.
Yes the ship split, but did not sink.
But as of now, other than conspiracy websites that are using the same story,
no indications as to what was in the containers has been made public.
As if the Russians would allow the US to use their ship to ship arms to Syria...
give me a break.


that's a non answer dude.

but i dont mind asking it again. ill try capsing this time:

FROM WHERE DID YOU GET IT's A RUSSIAN SHIP?!?


Googled it dude. Copy the image above and see what it says.

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PostSun Jun 23, 2013 2:52 pm » by *WillEase*


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Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) today said it has contracted with a salvage company and are proceeding to rescue the cargo and hulls of its containership MOL Comfort, which broke into two parts in the Indian Ocean on Monday during inclement weather.

MOL also confirmed that there has been "no large volume of oil leakage" as a result of the incident, after earlier reports said an "indeterminate quantity" of oil had been spilled.

In today's update, MOL said the aft part of the vessel is drifting near 13'00"N 61'29"E in an east-northeast direction, while the status of the fore part of the vessel is yet to be confirmed due to limited visibility caused by adverse weather.

The majority of the cargo was confirmed to be aboard the aft section of the ship, but MOL acknowledged that an as yet unspecified number of containers may have been lost or damaged during the incident.

A patrol boat currently en route to the incident site from Port of Jebel Ali, U.A.E. is now expected to be arriving on June 24, a day later than originally expected.

All 26 crew members were said to have been safely rescued on Monday, and MOL and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., who built the containership, have started a joint investigation into what caused MOL Comfort to break in two.
http://shipandbunker.com/news/world/109 ... -and-hulls

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PostSun Jun 23, 2013 2:55 pm » by Umbrex


WillEase666 wrote:
Umbrex wrote:
WillEase666 wrote:The whole idea of this ship carrying weapons to the Syrian rebels is bullshit.
Yes the ship split, but did not sink.
But as of now, other than conspiracy websites that are using the same story,
no indications as to what was in the containers has been made public.
As if the Russians would allow the US to use their ship to ship arms to Syria...
give me a break.


that's a non answer dude.

but i dont mind asking it again. ill try capsing this time:

FROM WHERE DID YOU GET IT's A RUSSIAN SHIP?!?


Googled it dude. Copy the image above and see what it says.


Tbh dude, i expected a little more from you, you didn't even read my first reply. Thats a sister ship from a polish company. APL. APL is not MOL. I even listed the owners from the companys website.

But yes, there is an eagle on the front of the sistership from another shipping agency, so clearly it must be commy.

Lol

First time a freighter ever breaks. 11 russians on board. Just after Obama says a red line is crossed on the way to Jedda.

Not a chance of faulty dealings lol.

This stinks

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PostSun Jun 23, 2013 3:42 pm » by *WillEase*


Umbrex wrote:
Tbh dude, i expected a little more from you, you didn't even read my first reply.


I read your comment and edited mine so STFU!
It's flagged out of the Bahamas, so what is your point?

Either way, prove that it contained arms for the Syrian Rebels.

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PostSun Jun 23, 2013 4:18 pm » by Umbrex


Yes you did.

I would have made a seperate answer since i wouldn't expect people to reread my posts looking for edits (...)

It did make me regret the "tone" however.

I backed up my claims, it seemed like you didn't even read them, hence...

Anywhoo, i just found out something very interesting.

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http://www.classnk.or.jp/register/regships/search.aspx

It was the ship, but it was transferred and renamed from APL june 1st

This just makes the story insane. Can't get my head around it anymore.

I quit.

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PostSun Jun 23, 2013 4:28 pm » by *WillEase*


Umbrex wrote:Yes you did.

I would have made a seperate answer since i wouldn't expect people to reread my posts looking for edits (...)

It did make me regret the "tone" however.

I backed up my claims, it seemed like you didn't even read them, hence...

Anywhoo, i just found out something very interesting.

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http://www.classnk.or.jp/register/regships/search.aspx

It was the ship, but it was transferred and renamed from APL june 1st

This just makes the story insane. Can't get my head around it anymore.

I quit.


Lol...me too. :cheers:

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PostMon Jun 24, 2013 2:55 am » by donaldmaciver98622


After reviewing the uploaded documentary of the ship, it appears it was struck or sabotaged somehow for that ship to break in half. We can all speculate on how, but until a team can examine the damages and review the weight factor, sea conditions, and it would be nice to know the sonar reading in that area to determine if any submarines were operating in the Indian Ocean at the time when this ship broke in half. I don't think it was a torpedo because had it been, the ship would of been destroyed as it was being sunk. It still may have been another type of vessel that rammed it from under water as a possbility. Then since its a cargo ship, how does anyone know it was carrying arms for the Syrian Rebels? Either way, something or someone caused the faith of that ship. Maybe it was divine intervention?


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