When we say the loony left, we really mean it:
Was the tsunami caused by a bomb?
It seems very convenient that the epicenter of the earthquake was in war torn Aceh. Could a bomb or series of bombs on the faultline have caused this huge earthquake/tsunami?
Aceh has fought for independence for many years – even before Indonesia became a democracy (AKA US protectorate) a few years ago.
There is oil, a lot of it, in Indonesia.
The US is engaged in military “training” in the region.
80,000 + people in Aceh died in the earthquake.
I’d bet anything that Aceh will suddenly become peaceful and cooperative with the US appointed Indonesian government.
My head hurts. Another reader offers more evidence of the conspiracy:
The key United States military base in the Indian Ocean has been unaffected by the tsunamis which have devastated parts of Asia, The Washington Post has reported.
Diego Garcia, a British territory about 1,500 kilometres south of India, hosts about 3,200 US military personnel and civilian contractors and many US long-range bombers and Navy ships.
Lieutenant Colonel Bill Bigelow, a spokesman for US Pacific Command in Hawaii told the newspaper the US base was apparently safe.
“There are no reports of any damage there,” Lt Col Bigelow said.
This was a Tsunami for OIL! (Via the Belgravia Dispatch)