Friday, 4 May 2018

Tower Fire in Brazil

A large block of flats has collapsed due to fire in Brazil. The twenty-six storey Wilton Paes de Almeida Building in Sao Paulo caught fire on Tuesday night. The residents were evacuated, however sadly not everybody could escape and at least one person perished. The death toll will probably, sadly, rise seeing as many of the residents were squatters. A hundred and seventy firemen tackled the blaze, but could not prevent the tower, put up in 1961, from totally falling apart. The fire was caused by a gas explosion and spread quickly through the makeshift wooden partitions installed to turn the former police station into residential units. It only took an hour and a half for the fire to consume the entire building to the point where the structure failed. The Wilton Paes de Almeida Building was a steel-framed oblong tower with four large internal support columns. The rubble fell into the building's own footprint and some moderate damage was done to a church next door and several more nearby buildings. Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-43973788. For believers in the official story of 9/11, this event sounds like a vindication. Indeed Metabunk.org have said as much, see: https://www.metabunk.org/s%C3%A3o-paulo-high-rise-fire-and-collapse-wilton-paes-de-almeida-building.t9684/. After a whole parade of no-shows, see background links, it seems we finally have a long-awaited repeat of the WTC disaster.

Does this then mean that because the Brazilian tower was destroyed in this way then it proves that the WTC could have been destroyed the same way? No. In fact there are a number of important differences. Firstly it is clear from the video recording of the collapse that the fire was far more extensive in the Brazilian tower than in WTC 1, 2 and 7. The WTC towers were far bigger than the Wilton Paes de Almeida Building. Building Seven was almost twice as tall, at forty-seven floors. The Twin Towers had a hundred and ten floors each. What's more the pile of rubble for the WTC buildings was far smaller than it should have been. Ironically, it was actually about the same height as the remains of the far smaller Brazilian tower; this should make people think. The Wilton Paes de Almeida Building clearly fell to the ground in flaming pieces; it did not turn into a cloud of dust. So this latest disaster is not evidence to support the official story of 9/11 at all.

13 comments:

Allan said...

Sorry, is this a parody blog, surely you are not for real and genuinely sincere?

Allan

Ben Emlyn-Jones said...

Yes I am.

Allan said...

Ok, thank you for establishing that. Would you care to explain than the engineering behind your seemingly poorly thought out comments. All this blog achieves is showing an example of what a non-sequitur is. You're doing 2+2 and getting the square root of minus 1.

Allan

Ben Emlyn-Jones said...

I've got a better idea, "Allan". Why don't you go and play the piano again after tomorrow's Dover FC match... Colin, why do you keep thinking you can fool me?

Lindsay said...

Hi Ben, I think you make some valid points trouble is no-one seems to take you seriously enough. You have a nice fluid manner of blogging that is logical and easy to understand. I wish I could make Dreaming Saucers but I'm on a family holiday to Arizona for a fortnight. I have Roswell II for the flight so no spoilers now! ;) Hope you manage to get the 3rd written this year, is it looking like that?

Kind regards

Lindsay.

Ben Emlyn-Jones said...

Hi Lindsay. Yes it is :-) Hope you enjoy the second book. Sorry you can't get to Dreaming Saucers.

Denise said...

Will Dreaming Saucers be filmed and put on YT, including the tour of Oxford?

Denise.

Ben Emlyn-Jones said...

Possibly, Denise.

Dave said...

Oh nice one Ben. I hope DS is uploaded to HPANWO TV. It's a must

Brian said...

Hi mate, my name is Brian and I live in Crewe. I'm thinking of coming down by train to your event next weekend. I'll be with the wife and two teenage sons who like me are UFO hobbyists. I won't know if we are able to come until late next week as other family and work issues are coming up. Would we be able to buy tickets on the door do you think? Thanks mate. Brian

Denise said...

Thank you for responding, Ben. I hope the plans for the conference are going well and everything is going to plan. My brother works on the bins and he is inspired by your ethos and HPANWO and is forming his own group called REANWO (Refuse Experts Against the New World Order). He feels that working on the dustcarts is the most important job in the world and is getting his mates to join up. They all love him at work and think he is a great guy because he isn't afraid of giving it to the man on workers' rights. Although he doesn't like paid holidays and sick pay because he feels that is the worker over stretching things and he refuses (irony) to join a union. Funnily enough he has been reading Atlas Shrugged of late.

Anyway all the best

Denise

Ben Emlyn-Jones said...

Thanks, Denise. Well done to you both :-)
Ben

Ben Emlyn-Jones said...

Hi Brian.
By all means. See you there :-)
Ben