Here's one reader's comment standing for many others:
Where's the flash burn???
When you set off ANY kind of bomb in a closed area ... like where the pic shows
there would be a burn mark left behind ... also where the body parts or should I say at least ... WHERE'S THE BLOOD SPLATS????
I think this is more BS from GOV! as usual!
and the ceiling hanging down means NOTHING, but look in the front ... there should be Major damage All thru the ceiling ...
There only held up by what is called Tie wires about every 4 feet ?????????????
I've been in the commercial construction field TOO long for this kind of BS to fly by me! just like 9/11/WTC BS.
Thank you. Yes, I have noticed it -- and it made me wonder also.
You can see the pic here where there's just another pic from the other bombing at the Radisson Hotel, posted below - at the end of my article. Quelle difference ...
Now, an interesting "sideline" from "truthseeker" -- link is that the pic from the "ballroom" -- allegedly the one from the wedding -- is labeled as "hyatt_ceiling.jpg" - while the pic (below) with the guard is labeled "policeman_stands_guard_radisson.jpg". A mix-up.
The wedding was reportedly at the SAS-Radisson, the bomb in the lobby was the HYATT, and the Chinese Military-Delegation was killed in front of the DAYS INN, when a car exploded in front of the hotel.
Now, read some further clues.
"Mysteriously" -- the lights went out BEFORE THE BLASTS. This concludes that someone was manipulating the hotel's electricity which points towards a coordinated action with even more participants. It was a complete team that was following a preplanned time schedule.
Not just the "usual extreme muslim-culprits" with belts strapped all around their bodies.
As for the time being we have more questions than answers:
• Why were Israelis evacuated BEFORE the blasts?
• What was about this Chinese delegation -- heavily "underreported" -- for not to say -- forgotten -- by MSM-Medea?
• How can a man and a woman -- who are searched -- attend a heavily protected potential "prime target" - even in times when all kinds of VIPs are attending the hotel?
Don't forget - there were a bunch of PALESTINIAN HIGH LEVEL SECURITY-OFFICERS, a CHINESE MIL.DELEGATION - and even the Jordanian PM's car was reportedly seen on the scene...
...A man who was working as a disc jockey at the Radisson, where a Jordanian-Palestinian wedding reception was bombed, also recalled how the ballroom where the party was being held mysteriously went dark.
"The lights at the wedding hall went off seconds, maybe just one second, before the blast, although there was electricity outside the room in the corridor, the nearby lobby area and the reception," said Fadi al-Kessi.
"For some reason, I looked to my right in the darkness and saw what looked liked lightning, then there was a loud boom. It felt like the explosion came from the ceiling, then people started running out."
Separately, the U.S. national intelligence director, John Negroponte, arrived in Jordan on Tuesday for talks with the foreign minister, the state-run Petra news agency reported without providing further details.
Two forensic crime experts from Interpol also arrived in Amman on Tuesday to "exchange information and expertise" with Jordanian counterparts, Petra said.
Jordanian intelligence officials say their interrogation of Rishawi, which could last for about a month before she is eventually charged, has been going slowly....
No wonder, if you look at this heavily drugged woman...
Now see, what Russian member of the State Duma International Affairs Committee Shamil Sultanov and Vladimir Akhmedov, assistant professor at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations ( MGIMO ) and Middle East expert state about the bombings in Amman:
"...It furthered the chances of Muhammad Dahlan to replace Mahmud Abbas as leader of the Palestinian National Authority. Middle East expert Vladimir Akhmedov said the Americans had targeted al-Hariri to get at Syrian President Bashar al-Asad and French President Jacques Chirac...."
....[Sultanov] [Passage omitted] If you consider these blasts, there are two key points, from my point of view. First, Jordan is a key player here for the Americans. The stance of the new king, Abdallah II, who, by the way is half-English, is fairly complex because contradictions have arisen between the old Jordanian team and the king in the last six months, even the last year. And in principle what has just happened is a very good opportunity for Abdallah II to make certain changes, to put it mildly, to his team and to strengthen his personal authority, and so on.
And the second theory I adhere to is the Israeli connection. Abu-Mazin [Mahmud Abbas], the leader of the Palestinian National Authority, is seriously ill. And many believe that his Fatah party may not win with such a leader, that it will definitely not win the parliamentary elections scheduled to take place in the next few months. So for a very large number of players - for the Americans, for Israel, for Sharon, for the Egyptians - [Palestinian Minister of Civilian Affairs Muhammad] Dahlan would be the optimal player and politician to replace Abu-Mazin. In that sense, these explosions, and in particular the murder, as a result of one of the blasts, of Bashir Nafi, the Palestinian National Authority's military intelligence chief in the West Bank, is, from my point of view, a clearing of the way for Dahlan. [Passage omitted]...
...[Akhmedov] It is absolutely true that a very difficult and complex process of replacement of ruling elites is taking place in the Middle East. It is made particularly complicated by the pressure that the Near East experiences from the West on issues of democratization, reforms and liberalization, because the former ruling elites are naturally afraid of the possible consequences of their departure from the mechanisms of financial control that they command today, and the international community has not yet formulated a more or less intelligible mechanism for the departure of these former ruling elites.
Meanwhile, the process of the replacement of the ruling elites is gathering pace, and the USA is interfering in this process both diplomatically and, as we can see in the case of Iraq, by force. Thus the military-civilian balance of relations in each of these states and in the Middle East as a whole is being disturbed.
And Jordan is paying a very, very high price for its policy in the Middle East, a policy that is dictated in large measure by the purely geostrategic position of the country, which is surrounded by very powerful neighbours like Israel, Iraq, Syria and Saudi Arabia....
...My personal view is that Hariri was got rid of by the Americans. And there were even two targets. The first was [Syrian President] Bashar al-Asad, and the second was [French President Jacques] Chirac. It's because Hariri was a very close friend of Chirac, very close. Hardly a month passed without a meeting between the two. He was a very close friend. People who know about politics should know what very close friend means.
And so they wanted to catch them out and spoil relations between Chirac and the Arab world. And they did succeed. They did succeed. But they did not succeed on the second point. They did not force the Syrians to capitulate....
According to a Jordanian former cabinet minister, since Jordan is "a police state with a democratic facade,"placing bombs in such busy hotels would have been a very difficult - and almost impossible operation -- without government's complicity.
The ceiling story was dismissed by the Jordanian police who introduced instead the four Iraqi bombers scenario later in the day on November 9, as stated by Uruknet.
By the next day everything was prepared already. On November 10, the mythical "Green Pimpernel" -- Abu Mus’ab Al Zarqawi - posted a message on a notorious website ( as usual ) "claiming responsibility for the bombings in the 'moderate Arab' nation" that "has fought a long-running battle against Islamic 'extremists' opposed to its 1994 peace deal with Israel," as colported by Associated Press.
And -- as usual -- the same day, "thousands" of Jordanians rallied in the capital and other cities shouting 'Burn in hell, Abu Musab Al Zarqawi!'
Send them on the streets if you want to create further confusion ...
Now, with the ceiling story dismissed and the evacuation of the Israelis prior to the attack story all but extinguished, "we are told these al-Zarqawi militants included a "husband and wife team" and they "carried out the Amman attacks with explosive belts after carefully staking out the hotels for a month," according to The Associated Press. The “suicide bombers” story was cooked up to cover up the real crime.
This "husband-and-wife-team" story was introduced with the aim of telling us that the Iraqi resistance is brutal, cold-hearted, and inhuman.
In its latest statement, Al Qaeda said (Simon Says...) the bombings were carried out in response to 'the conspiracy against the Sunnis,' referring to the Muslim Arab group favored under Saddam Hussein's regime and now believed to form the core of the Iraqi insurgency." But this is against logic; the Sunnis form nearly 92% of the Jordanians, so attacking them to defend Iraq’s Sunnis is simply nonsensical.
Uruknet suggested that Amman’s attacks were carried out by seasoned experts, particularly from Mossad, with the complicity of Jordan’s intelligence and America’s CIA, in an attempt to shift the support from those Sunni Jordanians for the Sunni resistance in Iraq.
The real target of the attacks was the Palestinians and the Chinese, including those "students" (over 40 years old!) from China’s University of National Defense and members of a delegation invited by the Royal Jordanian National Defense College on an academic exchange program - meeting the Palestinian officials in Amman.
The Chinese government is well known for its support to the Palestinian cause. In Nov. 2004, the Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao stated that "... The restoration of the Palestinian people’s legitimate rights, including the right to statehood, should be the primary objective of the efforts to resolve the Middle Ease issue ..."
But, as I stated - the Chinese don't forget easily - and they have the means to find out who really was to blame for...