imagesSome outlandish conspiracy theories have been spread online after the tragic building collapse at The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), the strangest of which claiming the ‘attack’ was masterminded by the US government.

An article written by ‘Sorcha Faal’, who claims to be a Russian writer with highly placed sources within the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service, alleges that US President Barack Obama authorized an attack on The SCOAN because of their defiance to receive foreign visitors in the midst of the Ebola crisis in West Africa.

The article notes the similarity between the collapse of The SCOAN guesthouse and that of ‘Building 7’ on September 11th2001, suggesting that highly advanced ‘directed energy weaponry’ was used. However, a brief online check suggests ‘Sorcha Faal’ is actually an American named David Booth who is a well known ‘conspiracy theorist’ and critic of the US government.

Another report circling from an alleged ‘military expert’ also proffers that advanced weaponry was involved. “The only remaining plausible explanation of the sudden collapse of the new building is the intervention of powerful forces, invisible to the human eye, caused by modern war machines equipped with mechanisms for producing extremely powerful beams of electromagnetic waves and very strong ultrasonic and infrared waves,” the anonymous military expert stated.
The clip Emmanuel TV released just two days after the shocking incident showing CCTV footage of a plane passing over the building four times before its collapse has already been viewed over 700,000 times on YouTube. Multiple comments from viewers point out that the manner of collapse bears uncanny semblance with ‘controlled demolitions’.

T.B. Joshua alleged that the collapse was an ‘attack’, indirectly pointing to Islamic militant group Boko Haram whom he alleged had made previous attempts to bomb The SCOAN which were unsuccessful.

Government officials stated that investigation is ongoing as to the cause of the collapse but nearly two weeks after the incident, no statement has been released from the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NEMA) as to the identity of the ‘strange aircraft’.