January 17, 2014

Al Qaeda is on the run

From what Obama says, terrorism is on the decline -- just a few remaining splinter cells in rural Afghanistan. From writer Vox Day:
Bomb-makers in Minneapolis
What used to be known as the Ghettos in the Sky are now the center of Mogadishu on the Mississippi. And the Somali population in Minneapolis has already contributed suicide bombers to Al-Shabab in Somalia as well as mall attackers to the same group in Kenya. So, the mysterious recent explosion in the heart of Somali Minneapolis should be a matter of more than a little concern to Minnesotans, as it indicates that the Somalis are likely to bring their jihad to the Mall of America or some other local target sooner or later.
A big explosion occurs next door to a mosque that has an unabashed affection for the Muslim Brotherhood, in a Somali neighborhood where terrorists are known to hang out � what could possibly be amiss with that? Nothing, except possibly an Islamophobic hate crime, according to CAIR.

Zuhur Ahmed, a board member of the Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said the group was monitoring the situation closely. �So far we don�t have any details,� she said. �But whenever there�s an explosion, fire or anything of that sort by a mosque, there�s a little bit of concern if the motive is a hate crime. We�re just concerned and watching out for that.�
Some more and a bit of a chilling conclusion:
The explosion was subsequently blamed on a gas leak, which is interesting because the Star Tribune has been caught lying about its conversation with the gas company responsible.
I contacted CenterPoint and spoke with Rebecca Virden. I�m glad I did because as you�ll see in a moment, there�s some very bad reporting going on with this story.

"Our distribution system after we checked it � which runs up to the meter, which is the distribution system�s responsibility, to the meter � has no leak on it at all. We tested that system and it holds its test. We even took it apart and tested it to make sure because it had no leakage. It�s fully sound. As for our system, we had no leakage, no leak history, no leak calls into our call centers prior to the incident before, during or after."
Throw in the fact that Homeland Security was spotted on the scene and it points to the probability that the police and media are covering up the explosion of a Somali bomb-making factory in Minneapolis.
And this is not an isolated incident -- we are being probed continually. Posted by DaveH at January 17, 2014 1:03 PM
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