Why are NASA and the US media covering up a ‘devastating’ meteor strike in Iran?
All eyes are on Iran right now because of the Iran Nuke Deal… or are they?
As previously reported, that whole thing is likely theater. It usually is. America is the only nation that’s ever used nuclear weapons anyway in 70 years.
So while attention is diverted talking about the nuke deal and Cecil the Lion or whatever, is anyone mentioning that a meteor impact (actually multiple impacts) hit Iran just a few days ago?
Via Trend News Agency, July 31st:
Iran has confirmed that a meteor has hit somewhere in the northern part of the country.
The meteor landed in Avaj in the province of Qazvin, Mohammad Ali Ahani, director of Qazvin Crisis Management Staff said, Mehr news agency reported July 31. Also, there have been reports that some pieces of rock have hit areas in Eshtehard, Alborz Province, Arsalan Qasemi, governor of Boeen Zahra, county in Qazvin Province, said.
Local sources are talking and the claim is destruction on an unimaginable scale.
Even if that’s not the case, where is NASA on this? Why haven’t they announced it or reported anything on it?
Why the deafening silence?
Even media outlets in Italy are reporting on this event.
Do a simple news search on this on somewhere like Google News and you will see… a whole lot of nothing. Search NASA Iran meteor and the most you will find are blogs admonishing NASA for failing to publicly acknowledge this even happened.
(While NASA did put out a report debunking claims that an asteroid would wipe out Earth this coming September, people might have a hard time believing them when they can’t even respond to a real meteor impact in Iran…)