Beirut, the aftermath II

Emotional rollercoaster and mourning, confusion and despair, these are the feelings. The collateral damage is beyond words.

Photography by @dvjkaa

What;s left of the Beirut port and the grain silos. 
The cranes survived the blast!
Old building
Electricité du Liban


7 thoughts on “Beirut, the aftermath II”

    1. Yes the government resigned and protests are still in the streets getting violent by the day. We want accountability for all the political class. They are all responsible. They all knew about the chemicals in the port for years. To help with them!

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  1. Now imagine:
    They said that this bomb had just about 1/10th of the power of the Hiroshima bomb.
    Then you can see how horrible a nuclear war would be and why I strongly propose all nuclear weapons being banished from this earth.
    One mad politician making a rash ego-decision and then one pilot pushing just a button miles up in the beautiful sky.
    It is so easy for no one to feel accountable for war horrors.

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    1. *explosion (instead of bomb)
      However: This shows me again how incredible stupid and closed minded ANY kind of war and armament is.
      In my eyes there is NO justification for any of those acts,
      and anyone who tells me “yes, but it’s more complicated than that …”
      I tell: “go and sit on the receptive end of a war just for one day and then judge again”.

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