For the past 18 months or so the 5ociety has been monitoring an alarming trend currently playing out across Britain.
In the last fortnight alone there has been a fatal explosion followed by a huge blaze at Didcot power plant. On Tuesday a huge blaze and explosions engulfed a pallet yard in Whitewebb Lane, Enfield, north London. Yesterday a factory at Astonfield’s Industrial Estate was destroyed by an explosion followed by a huge blaze.
On 11 February Britain’s biggest steelworks the Tata Steel plant exploded in a huge blaze. The official explanation is a lightning strike.
Does lightning strike twice? three, four, five, six, nth times in as many months?
On 23 February a huge blaze engulfed a tyre storage centre in the troubled english city of Birmingham.
On 19 February 2016 a huge blaze ripped through a warehouse in Birmingham.
On 4 February 2016 a huge blaze rocked Bankside Industrial Estate in Falkirk.
On 30 November 2015 a huge blaze broke out at Wrotham Industrial Estate in Kent.
On 15 October 2015 a blaze broke out at a car repair workshop on an industrial estate in Herefordshire.
On 6 Auguest 2015 a huge blaze broke out at Birmingham’s Wholesale Market
On 22 July 2015 a huge blaze engulfed an industrial estate in Enfield (maybe lightning does strike twice). According to the Mirror
The huge fire on an industrial estate yesterday was so big it could be seen across the capital
So if this isn’t just a sequence of unfortunate accidents and acts of god who is behind it?
France and Belgium have also experienced similar ‘incidents’ in recent weeks which would indicate the handiwork of the fucking muslims once again.
On 19 December 2015 the nuclear reactor at the Tihange power station in Belgium was shut down following a fire inside the plant.
On 1 February 2016 a huge blaze engulfed an industrial area northwest of Paris.
But like so many things perhaps we will never know who is really behind this coordinated campaign of sabotage that should it continue unabated will completely destroy UK’s industrial base as one by one power plants, steel works, factories and industrial sites are picked off with seemingly nonchalant ease and devastation and the sight of black billowing plumes rising upon the horizon becomes a regular feature.
The astonishing thing about it all is nobody is even mentioning it.
We will update this post as more ‘incidents’ inevitably occur in the coming days, weeks and months. There will be false positives of course, as there may well be in the list above that is by no means exhaustive. But are they all isolated acts of arson and the wrath of Thor or is there a pattern of mayhem emerging during this tumultuous period in European history?
So we said there would be further incidents in the coming days, weeks and months and the very next day after this article was published a fire broke out at an industrial site in Wythenshawe, Manchester.
A further 52 similar ‘incidents’ not already mentioned have also occurred within the past year or two and we will post details of each one shortly or check out the list on our Twitter feed here.