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The Idiots Media Come Out in Full Force After Meteorite Incident…


(Added Video for all you that think they broke the glass…)

On Saturday the regional emergencies ministry said that over 4,000 buildings, mostly apartment buildings, had been damaged in the incident and 200,000 square kilometers of glass was broken. Then the Governor of the Chelyabinsk Region Mikhail Yurevich had to even come forth and quell media instigated rumors…

“It is not true – nothing like that happened. That information is a journalistic spoof. No one broke any glass on purpose!” Governor Yurevich said as he shook his head in disbelief…

The main stream media has came out with full ignorance of a life time. They must have been storing ignorance for months and waited for just the right moment to release all that ignorance…

Try this Headline…

Locals broke windows hoping to get meteorite-related insurance…

Cool, they would get so much money that it was worth blowing every window out of their buildings and freezing their asses off in sub-zero weather, when it would amount to just a few hundred rubles at the best. Besides who in Siberia would have meteorite insurance? I doubt they have insurance of any type, much less meteorite insurance…

Maybe just maybe since the 1908 incident that blew 80,000,000 trees flat in Siberia, there is a mandatory insurance against meteorites and the damage inflicted by the said above as it strikes the earth and destroys all around it. But in any case it would not pay out on this type of situation anyway. The damn thing blew up in the air with an estimated 1000 kiloton warhead explosion 30+ kilometers in the sky and only just blew the windows out of a whole city and scared the poo n pee out of thousands and thousands of Siberianites…

Okay I believe that meteorite insurance will be the next insurance scam, all over the world…

I think 1200+ people injured and a Zinc Factory would disagree with all the crap that is being spread about what happened. The factory was almost level by a 1 kilo chunk of rock and all those windows that broke inwards cut a whole bunch of peoples faces, including children in schools…

Oh – I guess those children had fun according to the main stream media! They broke the windows for money…

idiot-pictureWhy is everything always circling back to money?

I still say that we are very lucky that 10,000 ton flying chuck of energy did not hit the earth in one piece. We would have been able to witness first hand 80,000,000 trees being flattened again all over the ground. But instead they (people) all lived and we get to blame them for breaking windows to gain a few hundred rubles at the best..

But we also got to look at dozens of videos of what the end of the world could look like if mother nature decided to clean the planet from us parasites…

We are just plain stupid…

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

4 Comments

  1. admin Post author | February 16, 2013

    The 55-foot rock, said by Nasa to have a mass of 10,000 tonnes, plunged to Earth in the Urals region on Friday morning, causing shockwaves that injured 1,200 people and damaged thousands of homes in an event unprecedented in modern times.

  2. blackseabrew February 16, 2013

    I would say we were lucky in 1908 also. That meteorite is said to have exploded in the air prior to impact. I think it was a lot larger. ))))

  3. admin Post author | February 16, 2013

    CHELYABINSK, Russia (AP) — More than 24,000 people, in Russia’s Chelyabinsk region are working to cover windows, gather warm clothes and food and make other relief efforts, after an exploding meteor blew out windows in more than 4,000 buildings yesterday.

    Some 1,200 people were injured, mostly by flying glass. The state news agency RIA Novosti reports 40 people remain hospitalized, two in serious condition.

    The high-altitude explosion is estimated to have been as powerful as 20 Hiroshima bombs, and the region’s governor (Mikhail Yurevich) says damage is estimated at 1 $33 million. He’s promising to have all the broken windows replaced within a week.

    But that is a long wait in a frigid region. The midday temperature in Chelyabinsk was 10 F, and for many the immediate task was to put up plastic sheeting and boards on shattered residential windows.

  4. admin Post author | February 17, 2013

    Hey Blackseabrew,

    Could you imagine it it hit the earth with that energy? There is 3.5 million people in the city that it was near. They would have been all dead…

    Thanks for stopping by…

    Kyle

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