Friday, December 30, 2022

Another Ph.D. Mass Murderer: 28 year old Bryan Kohberger Arrested for quadruple homicide in Moscow Idaho.

Another Ph.D. Mass Murderer: 28 year old Bryan Kohberger Arrested for quadruple homicide in Moscow Idaho.

The other PhD Mass murderer is James Holmes for the 2012 Aurora, Colorado Mass shooting in which he killed 12 people. 

Bryan Kohberger is Jewish. Is this a Jewish Ritualistic Murder?

Suspect in deaths of Idaho students arrested in Pennsylvania

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A suspect in the killings of four University of Idaho students was arrested in eastern Pennsylvania, a law enforcement official said Friday. Arrest paperwork filed in Monroe County Court said Bryan Christopher Kohberger, 28, was being held for extradition to Idaho on a warrant for first degree murder. A law enforcement official confirmed the arrest to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the official could not publicly discuss details of the investigation ahead of a formal announcement expected later Friday. A Ph.D. student by the same name is listed in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology at Washington State University, which is a short drive across the state line from the University of Idaho. Messages seeking more information were left for officials at WSU. The Idaho students — Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin — were stabbed to death at a rental home near campus sometime in the early morning hours of Nov. 13. The slayings initially mystified law enforcement, with investigators unable to name a suspect or locate a murder weapon for weeks.But the case broke open after law enforcement asked the public for help finding a white sedan seen near the home around the time of the killings. The Moscow Police Department made the request Dec. 7, and by the next day had to direct tips to a special FBI call center because so many were coming in. Goncalves, 21, of Rathdrum, Idaho; Mogen, 21, of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho; Kernodle, 20, of Post Falls, Idaho; and Chapin, 20, of Mount Vernon, Washington, were members of the university’s Greek system and close friends. Mogen, Goncalves and Kernodle lived in the three-story rental home with two other roommates. Kernodle and Chapin were dating and he was visiting the house that night. Autopsies showed all four were likely asleep when they were attacked. Some had defensive wounds and each was stabbed multiple times. There was no sign of sexual assault, police said. Source

Moscow, Idaho Murders: 25-Year-Old Man Arrested

Idaho murders – update: Suspect arrested in college student killings ahead of press conference 
A suspect has been arrested in connection with the murders of four University of Idaho students, according to multiple reports. The suspect is a 25-year-old man who was taken into custody in Pennsylvania early Friday morning, NBC New York reported. He was said to have faced arraignment on undisclosed charges hours after his arrest. The news broke just after the Moscow Police Department announced a press conference will be held this afternoon at 1pm local time (4pm ET) - almost seven weeks on from the quadruple murder. “Police Chief James Fry will give an update of the ongoing investigation into the quadruple homicide that occurred at 1122 King Road on Sunday, November 13,” the department said in a statement. It comes on the same day that a celebration of life will be held for victims Kaylee Goncalves and Madison Mogen at Lake City Church in Coeur d’Alene on Friday afternoon. A cleanup is also set to begin today at the home on King Road where the two best friends, their roommate Xana Kernodle and Kernodle’s boyfriend Ethan Chapin were brutally stabbed to death on 13 November. Source

Monday, December 26, 2022


Brazil To Boost Security For Lula Inauguration After Bomb Threat

Brazil to Boost Security for Lula Inauguration After Bomb Threat 

(Bloomberg) -- Brazil will reevaluate the procedures for President elect Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva’s inauguration after an explosive near capital Brasilia’s international airport was disarmed Saturday, the country’s incoming justice minister said. Flavio Dino wrote in his official Twitter account Sunday that all procedures in the inauguration, set for Jan. 1, “will be reassessed, with a view to strengthen security.” “President Lula’s inauguration will take place in peace,” the future justice minister said. “Democracy has won and will win.” Brazil’s military police said it disarmed an explosive found inside a fuel truck. A man who confessed he intended to commit a crime in Brasilia’s airport was arrested on Saturday night, according to the civil police force. The man was allegedly a supporter of current President Jair Bolsonaro, who lost a narrow election against Lula, local news outlet G1 said. “The fight against terrorists and rioters will be intensified,” Dino said. Source

Wednesday, December 21, 2022

Cmdr. Robert Ramirez III, Commanding Officer Of SEAL Team 1, Was Found Dead In His San Diego County Residence

SEAL Team 1 commander found dead in San Diego residence

Cmdr. Robert Ramirez III, commanding officer of SEAL Team 1, was found dead in his San Diego County residence Monday. Naval Special Warfare Command officials said in a statement Wednesday that foul play is not suspected to have played a role in the decorated officer’s death.Navy officials said the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department’s investigation remains ongoing. “Bobby was an outstanding leader, devoted husband and father, and a good friend to us all,” Capt. David Abernathy, commanding officer of Naval Special Warfare Group 1, which manages all San Diego-based SEAL teams, said in a statement. “This is a devesting loss to our community and all who knew him. We will remain in support of Bobby’s family, friends and teammates during this extremely difficult time.” Ramirez enlisted in 1996 and was commissioned in 2004. He took command of SEAL Team 1 last month and arrived to the unit in June, according to his releasable service record and command officials. His awards and decorations accrued over nearly 27 years of service include five Bronze Star Medals, two with the Combat “V” device denoting valor and acts of heroism. Ramirez also has three Combat Action ribbons and medals for the Iraq and Afghanistan campaigns, among many others. He is the second SEAL team commander to die in roughly the past year. Cmdr. Brian Bourgeois, commander of SEAL Team 8, died on Dec. 4, 2021, after falling during a helicopter rope training event in Virginia. Source

Monday, December 19, 2022

My Daddy's Got A Gun: Granddaddy Murders Five Condo Board Members In Each Of Their Apartments' - Before Being Shot Dead By Cops

Elderly Canadian resident, 73, with $1million lawsuit against condo building murders 'five board members in each of their apartments' - before being shot dead by cops 

Five people were shot dead by a gunman who went on a rampage in suburban Toronto condo building before cops stormed the building and killed him. Canadian police say the unnamed suspect started shooting in an apartment complex in Vaughan, Ontario, shortly before 7.30pm on Sunday night. The 'elderly resident', 73, reportedly shot five residents dead in different apartments - believed to be condo board members - before being shot by police. He is understood to have lodged a civil complaint against the condo corporation for $1million - but his exact grievances are unclear. On arrival officers were confronted by the gunman at the building near Jane Street and Rutherford Road. Inside emergency services found a 'horrendous scene' and have since confirmed that a total of six people, including the suspect, have died.The horrific incident took place in the suburbs 30km (20 miles) north of downtown Toronto, a city that prides itself on its longstanding safety. The type of weapon used in the latest incident has not been disclosed by police - the sale of handguns was banned in Canada earlier this year in response to a mass shooting that saw 22 people killed in Nova Scotia in April 2020. Chief James MacSween, of York Regional Police, said: 'There is no further threat to the community at this point. We offer our sincere condolences to the victims and their families.' Source

Friday, December 16, 2022




Twenty Second Fall Explosion: Wagner Group's Yevgeny Prigozhin Blames The French For Botch Assassination Attempt Of Dmitry Sytyi In The Central African Republic,

Yevgeny Prigozhin, the founder of the Wagner Group

French Foreign Minister Calls Police Photo From Explosion Site In CAR 'Russian Propaganda'

French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna called a photo taken by police at the scene of an explosion in the office of the head of the Russian House in the Central African Republic, Dmitry Sytyi, which clearly shows a note with a threat "from all the French" and a call to the Russians to get out of Africa, a "Russian propaganda."

PARIS (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 16th December, 2022) French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna called a photo taken by police at the scene of an explosion in the office of the head of the Russian House in the Central African Republic, Dmitry Sytyi, which clearly shows a note with a threat "from all the French" and a call to the Russians to get out of Africa, a "Russian propaganda." Earlier, Sputnik reported about the note received from representatives of the Bangui police from the scene of the explosion in Sytyi's office. On a narrow piece of paper it is printed in Russian "This is for you from all the French. The Russians will get out of Africa. " Earlier, businessman Evgeny Prigozhin, the founder of the Wagner Group, which dealt with security issues in the Central African Republic, reported that Sytyi had previously received such a threatening note. "This information is false and is a good example of Russian propaganda and the fanciful imagination that sometimes characterises it," Colonna told AFP during a visit to Morocco. Sytyi was hospitalized in Bangui after an assassination attempt on Friday morning: a parcel sent to him exploded. The head of the car police confirmed to Sputnik that Sytyi had previously contacted local police. Source

Russian linked with ‘Putin’s chef’ injured in Africa attack 
MOSCOW (AP) — A Russian representative in Central African Republic, who is associated with Yevgeny Prigozhin, the notorious millionaire owner of the Wagner Group military contractor, was severely injured Friday when a package exploded in his hands, Prigozhin and Russian officials said. Prigozhin, who has been dubbed “Putin’s chef” for his close ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin, said in a statement on his messaging app channel that Dmitry Sytyi who headed the “Russian House” in Bangui, the capital of Central African Republic, was in grave condition after the attack. Prigozhin charged that before losing consciousness Sytyi said the explosive package contained a note saying “This is for you from all the French. The Russians will get out of Africa.” Prigozhin’s Wagner Group has played an active part in the fighting in Ukraine and also has deployed to several African countries in what the West saw as part of Moscow’s efforts to expand its clout in the continent.Prigozhin, who has been on the U.S. and EU sanctions list for years for his Kremlin links, accused France of staging the attack and said that he asked the Russian Foreign Ministry to declare the country a “sponsor of terrorism.” He didn’t offer any evidence to back his claim. Source

Thursday, December 15, 2022

Advent Terror Attack During Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's Visit To Northern Ireland?

Northern Ireland Civil War in 2023?

London Riots in 2023?

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is set to hold talks with Northern Ireland political leaders in Belfast. Mr Sunak is also to meet with businesses and communities on the second day of his visit on Friday, including a shipyard following an announcement last month by the Ministry of Defence that British-led Team Resolute is its preferred bidder for a major contract to build the next generation of Royal Navy Solid Support Ships. It will be the Prime Minister’s first visit since taking office, and is aimed at promoting the UK Government’s investment in the prosperity and future of Northern Ireland. The development came after the parties met with Northern Ireland Secretary Chris Heaton-Harris earlier on Thursday. The Prime Minister’s office described the talks as discussions on solutions to resurrect the Stormont executive. Sinn Fein vice president Michelle O’Neill said any meeting with the Prime Minister had to have a political outcome, and that she did not want “tea and sympathy”. Devolution has been in flux since February when the DUP withdrew its first minister from the ministerial executive in protest at Brexit’s Northern Ireland Protocol. Another issue that featured in the cross-party discussions in Belfast on Thursday was the continued uncertainty over when £600 Treasury-funded energy support payments will be rolled out to householders in Northern Ireland. Source



Friday, December 9, 2022

Fauci Says The Trolls Who Harass His Wife And Children Are "Cowardly"...

Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Right Wing Reichsbürger: German 'Crackpot' Movement Turns Radical And Dangerous

Reichsbürger: German 'crackpot' movement turns radical and dangerous 

The Reichsbürger were, for years, a source of national derision, dismissed as crackpots. But they're increasingly a source of concern for the security services who say they're becoming more radical and more dangerous. Members don't recognise the post-war German state and reject the authority of its government. Despite the name, this is no organised national movement - rather a disparate set of small groups and individuals scattered across the country who are united in that shared belief. Some print their own currency and identity cards and dream of creating their own autonomous state. Earlier this year for example, a group calling itself the Königreich Deutschland (Kingdom Germany) bought two pieces of land in Saxony upon which they intended to create their own self-administered state. Others refuse to pay tax or intentionally clog up the administration of local authorities by sending large volumes of, often abusive, letters. And many have guns - legally or otherwise. Since 2016, when a Reichsbürger shot and killed a policeman as officers raided his stash of weapons, the German authorities have revoked more than a thousand gun licences of people they believe to subscribe to the ideology. But at the end of last year around 500 still had valid gun licences. Government figures show that Reichsbürger and so-called Selbstverwalter - a "grouping" with similar beliefs that translates as self-administrators - committed more than 1,000 extremist criminal acts in 2021, double the number in 2020. Of the 21,000 people in the Reichsbürger "scene", around 5% are believed to be right-wing extremists and 10% potentially violent. They also have links to the German military, says Miro Dittrich, an expert who tracks the group as well as other conspiracy theorists. The pandemic, he believes, has served to further radicalise the group as well as increase support. "The pandemic was a hard moment for a lot of people. it was unclear how things were going to develop… conspiracy narratives were quite attractive for a lot of people because it gave the world an order," he said. Reichsbürger members demonstrated alongside anti-vaxxers and Covid deniers (indeed some share those positions) as well as QAnon supporters during mass street protests in the last few years. They were there when a mob from a Covid demonstration tried to storm the Bundestag in August 2020. Many have been surprised at the depth to which conspiracy theories in general have permeated German society - particularly during the pandemic. I've experienced it myself while reporting on various demonstrations over the last few years. Plenty of people have told me that the Covid vaccine is a poison or repeated the commonly voiced conviction that the German government plans to "replace" the "native" population with foreigners. Just last week, at a small protest against high energy bills, one man expressed the view that Germany's foreign and economy ministers were preparing to declare war on their own country. What worries the authorities is the extent to which that could boil over into violence. Of course not every conspiracy theorist represents a physical danger. But plenty of politicians here have been on the receiving end of death threats. Plenty more are agonising over how to stop the spread of disinformation. So today's raids and arrests will be the source of huge national concern. Source

Germany Arrests 25 Reichsbürgers Accused Of Plotting Coup

Germany arrests 25 accused of plotting coup 

Twenty-five people have been arrested in raids across Germany on suspicion of plotting to overthrow the government. The group of far-right and ex-military figures are said to have prepared for a "Day X" to storm the Reichstag parliament building and seize power. A man named as Heinrich XIII, from an old aristocratic family, is alleged to have been central to their plans. According to federal prosecutors, he is one of two alleged ringleaders among those arrested across 11 German states. The plotters are said to include members of the extremist Reichsbürger [Citizens of the Reich] movement, which has long been in the sights of German police over violent attacks and racist and antisemitic conspiracy theories. They also refuse to recognise the modern German state. Other suspects came from the QAnon movement who believe their country is in the hands of a mythical "deep state" involving secret powers pulling the political strings. Interior Minister Nancy Faeser assured Germans that authorities would respond with the full force of the law "against the enemies of democracy". 

Plotters prepared to kill for their ends 

An estimated 50 men and women are alleged to have been part of the group, said to have plotted to overthrow the republic and replace it with a new state modelled on the Germany of 1871 - an empire called the Second Reich. "We don't yet have a name for this group," said a spokeswoman for the federal prosecutor's office. The interior minister said it was apparently made up of an organisation "council" and a military arm. Wednesday's dawn raids are being described as one of the biggest anti-extremism operations in modern German history. Three thousand officers took part in 150 operations in 11 of Germany's 16 states, with two people arrested in Austria and Italy. Almost half of arrests took place in southern states of Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria. Justice Minister Marco Buschmann tweeted that a suspected "armed attack on constitutional bodies was planned". Ms Faeser said later that the investigation would peer into the "abyss of a terrorist threat from the Reichsbürger scene". The federal prosecutor's office said the group had been plotting a violent coup since November 2021 and members of its central "Rat" (council) had since held regular meetings. They had already established plans to rule Germany with departments covering health, justice and foreign affairs, the prosecutor said. Members understood they could only realise their goals by "military means and violence against state representatives", which included carrying out killings. Investigators are thought to have got wind of the group when they uncovered a kidnap plot last April involving a gang who called themselves United Patriots. They too were part of the Reichsbürger scene and had allegedly planned to abduct Health Minister Karl Lauterbach while also creating "civil war conditions" to bring about an end to Germany's democracy. A former far-right AfD member of the lower house of parliament, the Bundestag, is suspected of being part of the plot, and of being lined up as the group's justice minister. Birgit Malsack-Winkemann, who was among the 25 people arrested, returned to her role as judge last year and a court has since turned down attempts to dislodge her.A prominent lawyer was pencilled in to handle the group's foreign affairs, with 71-year-old Heinrich XIII as leader. Public Prosecutor General Peter Frank said Heinrich was among the suspects whom investigating judges had asked to be held in custody. 

Aristocrat 'fuelled by conspiracy theories' 

Heinrich XIII styles himself as a prince and comes from an old noble family known as the House of Reuss, which ruled over parts of the modern eastern state of Thuringia until 1918. All the male members of the family were given the name Heinrich as well as a number. Descendants still own a few castles and Heinrich himself is said to have a hunting lodge at Bad Lobenstein in Thuringia. The rest of the family have long distanced themselves from the minor aristocrat, with one spokesman telling local broadcaster MDR during the summer that Heinrich was an "at times confused" man who had fallen for "misconceptions fuelled by conspiracy theories". As well as a shadow government, the plotters allegedly had plans for a military arm run by a second ringleader identified as Rüdiger von P. They were made up of active and former members of the military, officials believe, and included ex-elite soldiers from special units. The aim of the military arm was to eliminate democratic bodies at local level, prosecutors said. Rüdiger von P is suspected of trying to recruit police officers in northern Germany and of having an eye on army barracks too. Bases in the states of Hesse, Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria were all inspected for possible use after the government was overthrown, officials said. One of those under investigation had been a member of the Special Commando Forces, and police searched his home and his room at the Graf-Zeppelin military base in Calw, south-west of Stuttgart. Another suspect has been identified as Vitalia B, a Russian woman who was asked to approach Moscow on Heinrich's behalf. The Russian embassy in Berlin said in a statement that it did not "maintain contacts with representatives of terrorist groups and other illegal entities". Several violent attacks have been linked to Germany's far-right in recent years. In 2020, a 43-year-old man shot dead nine people of foreign origin in the western town of Hanau, and a Reichsbürger member was jailed for killing a policeman in 2016. The Reichsbürger movement is estimated to have as many as 21,000 followers, of whom around 5% are considered to belong to the extreme right. Source

Sunday, December 4, 2022

Domestic Terrorists Attack Electrical Substations With Gunfire In Moore County NC: 40,000 Customers Without Power

1. Muslims?
2. White Nationalists?
3. Environmentalists?
4. Christian Nationalists?

North Carolina sheriff says 'intentional vandalism' at substations caused power outages for 40K customers 
A North Carolina sheriff and power company official said "intentional vandalism" at substations has caused outages for about 40,000 customers expected to last longer than 24 hours. Moore County Sheriff Ronnie Fields reported that the mass power outage across the county is being investigated "as a criminal occurrence," according to the sheriff’s office's Facebook page. Just after 7 p.m. on Saturday, several communities across Moore County began experiencing power outages. As utility companies began responding to the different substations, "evidence was discovered that indicated that intentional vandalism had occurred at multiple sites," the sheriff’s office said. Moore County sheriff’s deputies and various other law enforcement agencies within the county responded to the different areas and are providing further site security, the sheriff’s office added. The post said anyone with information "about this act of violence" should contact the Moore County Sheriff’s Office at 910-947-2931. "As utility companies began responding to the different substations, evidence was discovered that indicated that intentional vandalism had occurred at multiple sites," Fields also told WRAL. WRAL reported that power is not expected to be fully restored until 10 p.m. on Sunday. Jeff Brooks, with Duke Energy, told WRAL crews are experiencing "multiple equipment failures" affecting substations in Moore County, which acts as a border between Piedmont and the Atlantic Coastal Plain. "We are also investigating signs of potential vandalism related to the outages," Brooks said. WRAL reported that a Duke Energy outage map Saturday evening showed 37,998 customers without power in Moore County. The Randolph Electric Membership Corporation also counted nearly 3,000 customers without power in the southern part of the county, according to the news station. Source

Moore County Press Conference on Electrical Substations Attacks - LIVE Coverage & News Updates

Friday, December 2, 2022

Putin Falls Down Stairs And Shits His Pants....

SICKLY VLAD ‘Critically ill’ Putin falls down stairs and ‘soils himself’ while plagued with cancer, claims Kremlin ‘insider’ 

VLADIMIR Putin has reportedly slipped and fallen down several stairs at his official residence, according to claims from a so-called Kremlin insider. According to the report, the 70-year-old cancer hit Russian tyrant was allegedly helped to a sofa by bodyguards as his personal doctors rushed to assist him.The claims say that Putin allegedly soiled himself during the fall. Rumours have persisted that Putin is “critically ill” and the latest claims come after he appeared to wheeze and gasp through a meeting with grieving mothers whose children were killed in Ukraine. Bombshell spy documents leaked to The Sun Online appeared to confirm Putin has early stage Parkinson's disease and pancreatic cancer after months of rumours. The latest allegation about his health comes from Russian Telegram channel General SVR which claims to be fed information by a Kremlin insider. The channel bases its claim about the fall on having sources in Putin’s entourage without offering more proof. According to the channel's claim, the fall led to bruising of his coccyx but also highlighted problems from “cancer of the gastrointestinal tract”. The Russian president was walking downstairs when he “stumbled and fell to his back, after which he fell on his side and slid down a couple of steps, alleges General SVR. According to its claim, the incident took place in front of the president's bodyguards, who reacted quickly and rushed to Putin's aid, Three security officers allegedly helped the president to get to the nearest sofa and called the doctors who are on duty at the residence. Its report claims medics “arrived within a few minutes, but could not immediately examine the president”. This was due to him suffering cancer in his of the gastrointestinal tract which has already caused digestion problems, alleges the General SVR channel. The fall allegedly caused what is described as an “involuntary” reaction and doctors escorted the president to the bathroom and helped to clean up before they examined him. The General SVR report alleges nothing critical was diagnosed and the bruising was treated with painkillers while an investigation is to be carried out into what provoked the alleged fall. The fall comes despite Putin wearing shoes fitted with an with anti-slip coating, it's claimed. Despite this alleged incident Putin was able to attend and speak at a young scientists’ conference in Moscow on Thursday, claims General SVR. The Russian leader has this week mysteriously failed to give keynote speech despite promising to deliver it before the end of the year, the official TASS news agency reports. He has also banned male members of staff from leaving the country, reports the Russian news outlet Baza. Source

Monday, November 28, 2022

Seventeenth Fall Explosion: Bomb Explodes In London - Police Blame Thunder......

Because we all know thunder behaves this way......and plumes of smoke always follows lightening strike....

Londoners described a huge ‘explosion’ before massive clouds of smoke could be seen rising into the sky above north London. Huge rumbles of thunder could be heard across parts of Hackney Wick, and the incident could have been related to the weather. Witnesses described a ‘huge flash of light’ followed by the sound of a ‘massive’ bang in Hackney Wick. The light was seen by residents all the way in Bow. ‘I saw a big flash of light out the window. I genuinely thought it was lightining but then I didn’t hear a thunder’ one resident said. Meanwhile, another witness in Homerton said she heard ‘a big bang’, so thought it was a loud thunder. Hackney Police said on Twitter: ‘We’ve received several calls about loud bangs in the Stoke Newington area this evening. ‘No major incidents have been reported to us. The noise appears to have been caused by thunder and lightning.’ However, the police did not make any reference to whether something had been struck in the storm to cause the smoke. According to, several strikes took place in quick succession in Stamford Hill, Stoke Newington, Hampstead and Camden. Jo Brodie tweeted: ‘Impressive lightning…Seen from my window in Blackheath, where we now have torrential rain.’ David Wyllie said: ‘Quite a loud explosion (and flash of light) here in Islington but no sign of thunderclouds.’ Barnaby Slater said: ‘Huge flash of light followed by sound of massive explosion and plume of smoke in North London.’ Aubrey Whitfield said: ‘Two huge flashes of light in London and loud bangs. Explosion? Heard in Hackney. Hope everyone is safe.’ Mikan said: ‘I just heard a very loud bang/explosion in North London?? Initially I thought it was thunder but apparently people across London heard it too.’ The London Fire Brigade and the Met Office have been contacted for further information. Source


Former FBI Agent On Idaho Murders: Why It's Probably Not The Killer's 'First Time'

Sunday, November 27, 2022

East Wall & The Betrayal of Ireland

Local residents and right-wing activists among crowd as protest resumes against East Wall asylum accommodation 
A crowd of between 200 and 300 people attended a protest in Dublin’s East Wall on Saturday, the latest in a series of demonstrations against the moving of asylum seekers into an old ESB building. The crowd of mostly local residents were addressed by amongst others, a former independent councillor Malachy Steenson as well as members of the right-wing Irish Freedom Party. The protest was the latest of several demonstrations staged in the north inner city community this week following a decision to accommodate a large group of asylum seekers in an office building without prior consultation. The organisers, a local committee led by Mr Steenson, a solicitor, suspended the protest to facilitate a meeting between two government ministers, Paschal Donohoe and Roderic O’Gorman, and a local committee on Friday. They resumed the protest after that meeting ended without a resolution. Mr Steenson, who describes himself as a republican socialist, said he was one a committee of seven local people who met the ministers. He said the group gave the government seven days to move the asylum applicants out and close the building. The group was led to believe this won’t happen. Speaking ahead of today’s protest, Mr Steenson told that the group will continue to protest. “This facility will close,” he said. The issue is a “national issue” not a local one, he said, adding: “People are contacting us from all over the party. This is now national movement that is emerging.” The protests began last week when local people learned that almost 400 international protection applicants had been moved into a disused ESB office on East Wall Road. Local people said they had not been consulted, and the occupants of the building were not garda vetted. Source






Xi Jinping Step Down!

Saturday, November 26, 2022

King Charles III Master Mind Behind Dublin's East Wall Crisis: Flooding Ireland With Muslims

King Charles III the Tyrant 

Responsible for flooding Ireland with Muslim Immigrants while thousands of Irish are homeless.

This crisis will be worse than the Great Potato Famine of 1845.

King Charles has declared war on the Irish Catholics..

More to come.....

DUBLIN'S EAST WALL: "There's Been No Consultation": East Wall Locals Protest Asylum Centre

DUBLIN'S EAST WALL: 200 Men Of Military Age Bussed Into The Small Village Of Carlingford Co. Louth In The Dark

Muslim Men Of Military Age Arriving At Dublin's East Wall


Wednesday, November 23, 2022

Walmart Manager Andre Bing Shoots And Kills Six Co-Workers At Chesapeake VA Store

Cops raid Virginia Walmart shooter's home as first victims are pictured: Store worker, 22, was among six killed by manager who LAUGHED as he opened fire in break room in 'planned attack' before turning his pistol on himself 

The Walmart gunman silently opened fire in the break room of the Chesapeake store where he worked last night, picking off colleagues with his pistol before eventually turning the gun on himself. The shooter has not yet been named publicly. Witnesses and survivors have told how he opened fire in the breakroom of the Walmart in Sam's Circuit, Chesapeake, at 10.12pm last night. He opened fire in a breakroom where members of the night shift had just gathered to discuss their shift. One witness said he was 'laughing' during the attack, which is said to have lasted only four minutes. At 10.16pm, by the time cops entered the store, the gunman had killed himself. He killed six people, including 22-year-old Tyneka Johnson, who was named by her family on Wednesday. 'As soon as my team lead said, '"all right, we have a light night tonight," I looked up and my manager just opened the door and he just opened fire.' He wasn't aiming at anybody specifically. He just literally started shooting throughout the entire break room and I watched multiple people just drop down to the floor, whether they were trying to duck for cover or they were hit. 'He didn't say a word, he didn't say anything at all... He just came around the corner and started shooting,' Briana Tyler told Good Morning America.  She said that when she started working at the store two months ago, she was told that he was the manager 'to look out for'. 'There was always somethingoing on with him just having an issue with someone but I never expected it would get to this level. He was the manager that everybody had something to say about.' Employee Jessie Wilczewski said she was hiding under a table when the gunman looked 'right at her' and told her to go home. 'It didn’t even look real until you could feel the ... ‘pow-pow-pow,’ you can feel it. I couldn’t hear it at first because I guess it was so loud, I could feel it.' 

One witness who survived the shooting told local Virginia outlet WAVY that the shooter had 'issues' with other managers in the store, which led her to believe the attack was 'planned'. President Biden issued a statement on Wednesday morning, condemning the shooting and repeating his call for stricter gun laws. He has repeatedly called for a ban on assault rifles. On Wednesday morning, police raided the shooter's three-bedroom home in Chesapeake, which is around three miles from the store. 'Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, one of our most cherished holidays that brings us together as Americans and as families, when we hug our loved ones and count our blessings. 'But because of yet another horrific and senseless act of violence, there are now even more tables across the country that will have empty seats this Thanksgiving. 'There are now more families who know the worst kind of loss and pain imaginable. Jill and I grieve for those families, for the Chesapeake community, and for the Commonwealth of Virginia, which just suffered a terrible shooting at the University of Virginia this month,' he said, referring to the shooting on November 13. Walmart is yet to give any kind of information about the shooter or the victims. In a Twitter statement last night, the company said: 'We are shocked at this tragic event at our Chesapeake, Virginia store. 'We're praying for those impacted, the community and our associates. 'We're working closely with law enforcement and we are focused on supporting our associates.' A second Walmart employee, who showed up for their nightshift shortly after the shooting, told reporters at the scene: 'Thank goodness I showed up late.' The supercenter was open to the public at the time of the shooting - and cops said the Walmart may have been busy as shoppers were preparing for Thanksgiving. It was due to close at 11pm on Tuesday night. Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin said in a tweet: 'Our hearts break with the community of Chesapeake this morning. I remain in contact with law enforcement officials throughout this morning and have made available any resources as this investigation moves forward. 'Heinous acts of violence have no place in our communities.' Source 

Tuesday, November 22, 2022


Another Hollywood actor dies by means of Autoerotic Asphyxiation.

Found hanged in the Hotel Bathroom....

Jason David Frank, the Original Green and White Ranger on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Dies at 49
Frank played Tommy Oliver and appeared in the first season in 1993. Jason David Frank, the actor best known for donning the Green and White Ranger personas as Tommy Oliver in the original run of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, has died at the age of 49. As reported by TMZ, Frank's representative, Justine Hunt, confirmed he died in Texas."Please respect the privacy of his family and friends during this horrible time as we come to terms with the loss of such a wonderful human being," Hunt said. "He loved his family, friends and fans very much. He will truly be missed." Frank was there for the first season of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers in 1993 and began his tenure as the Green Ranger, who was working against the heroes and for the evil alien sorceress Rita Repulsa. He would eventually become a hero himself, and would even become the White Ranger and the new leader of the team. Frank was only supposed to be on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers for 14 episodes, but he was brought back due to the popularity of the character. He would become a staple in the franchise, and would also appear in Power Rangers Zeo, Power Rangers Turbo, Power Rangers DinoThunder, and more. While he was cast in a few other movies and shows, he became a professional fighter from 2008-2010 as he was an expert in a handful of martial arts styles. He even created his own style of American Karate called Toso Kune Do and was inducted to the World Karate Union Hall of Fame in 2003. Jason David Frank is survived by his four children. Source

Famous men dead by means of Auto-Erotic Asphyxiation:

1. Robin Williams
2. David Carradine
3. Chris Cornell
4. Michael Hutchence
5. Albert Dekker
6. Hide
7. Stephen Milligan
8. Vaughn Bodé
9. Martin Luther
10. Kevin Gilbert
11. Frantisek Kotzwara
12. Chester Bennington
13. Avicii Tim Bergling
14. Anthony Bourdain
15. Brody Stevens
16. Keith Flint
17. Jeffrey Epstein
18. Sophie Xeon
19. Adam Perkins
20. John McAfee
21. Trevor Moore
22.  Bob Saget
23. Jason David Frank 

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The Delphi Killer Richard Allen May Have Had An ACCOMPLICE

‘May not have acted alone’: Prosecutors say Delphi murder suspect Richard Allen may have had an ACCOMPLICE to the crime – as judge delays decision to unseal arrest affidavit and ‘double killer’ remains behind bars 

Delphi murder suspect Richard Allen could have an 'accomplice' to the double murder, according to prosecutors fighting to keep his arrest affidavit under wraps - as the alleged killer remains behind bars until next year. Allen, 50, is accused of murdering both Libby German, 14, and her friend Abigail Williams, 13, as they hiked a trail in Delphi, Indiana, in February 2017. WTHR reported that the prosecutor said in court that there is reason to believe that Allen is not the only one involved in the killings - though no other names were mentioned.They said: 'We believe Richard Allen is not the only actor involved in this.' Ron Logan, who died in 2020, had long been the prime suspect in the killings after the girl's bodies were found on his property and Kegan Kline was also named as the possible murderer. Allen was given court-appointed lawyers after sending a handwritten letter to the judge asking for representation last week. A judge in Indiana put off his bail hearing until next year and will mull over the decision to unseal the arrest affidavit – as the mother of one of his alleged victims begs for it to remain sealed. His lawyers have since filed a request for Allen to be released without posting bond or by setting a ‘reasonable bail amount’, which will be considered on February 17 at a bail hearing. Currently the only details that have been released are that Allen's initial bail was set at $20million following his arrest, though he is reportedly now being held without bond.He has pleaded not guilty to both counts of murder, and prosecutors have sealed his arrest warrant from being accessed by the public. The state has filed a motion requesting a gag order in the case. Andrew Baldwin, defense attorney for Allen, says that he is the 'wrong guy' and the sealed probable cause affidavit is 'flimsy' adding: 'You expect more than what I saw.' As part of Allen's petition to be let out on bail, his attorneys say 'because neither the proof of guilt is evident, nor the presumption of guilt strong, the Accused is seeking a hearing to release the Accused.' Though prosecutors did not name any potential accomplices, both Logan and Kline have long been linked with the slayings. Source

Monday, November 21, 2022

CIA Director William Burns Created Cryptocurrency Exchange FTX

"This is something I inherited. My predecessor had started this, but had set in motion a number of different projects focused on cryptocurrency and trying to look at second- and third-order consequences as well and helping with our colleagues in other parts of the U.S. government to provide solid intelligence on what we're seeing as well." CIA Director William Burns 


Sam Bankman-Fried CIA ASSET 

Caroline Ellison CIA ASSET
  • William Joseph Burns is an American diplomat serving as the director of the Central Intelligence Agency in the Biden administration since March 19, 2021.
  • FTX is a Bahamas-based cryptocurrency exchange. The exchange was founded in 2019 and, at its peak in 2021, had over one million users and was the third-largest crypto exchange by volume. Since 11 November 2022, FTX has been in bankruptcy proceedings in the US court system following a liquidity crisis.
Collapsed FTX owes nearly $3.1 billion to top 50 creditors 

Sam Bankman-Fried tries to broker FTX bailout from his home in the Bahamas, despite being booted from the crypto company


The FTX Disaster is Deeper Than you Think

Girl performing in Raleigh Christmas Parade dies after being hit by truck

Parade watchers, police stop out-of-control truck at Raleigh Christmas Parade

Chaos, panic at Raleigh Christmas Parade as girl dies after she’s hit by pickup truck

Sunday, November 20, 2022

Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, Shot Up Gay Club - Killing Five

Gunman kills 5 at LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs before patrons confront and stop him, police say 

 CNN — A 22-year-old gunman entered an LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs, Colorado, just before midnight Saturday and immediately opened fire, killing at least five people and injuring 25 others, before patrons confronted and stopped him, police said Sunday. The suspect in the shooting at Club Q was identified as Anderson Lee Aldrich, according to Colorado Springs Police Chief Adrian Vasquez. He used a long rifle in the shooting, and two firearms were found at the scene, Vasquez said. At least two people inside the club confronted and fought the gunman and prevented further violence, Vasquez said. “We owe them a great debt of thanks,” he said.Joshua Thurman told CNN affiliate KOAA he was inside the club dancing when he heard gunshots and saw a muzzle flash. “I thought it was the music, so I kept dancing,” he said. “Then I heard another set of shots, and then me and a customer ran to the dressing room, got on the ground and locked the doors and called the police immediately.” The violence lasted just minutes. Police received numerous 911 calls starting at 11:56 p.m., officers were dispatched at 11:57 p.m., an officer arrived at midnight and the suspect was detained at 12:02 a.m., police said. A total of 39 patrol officers responded, police said, and Fire Department Captain Mike Smaldino said 11 ambulances went to the scene. Authorities initially said 18 people were injured but later adjusted that total up to 25. Of those, several are in critical condition with gunshot wounds, though the exact number was unclear, officials said. The suspect is being treated at a hospital, police added. Officers did not shoot at him, police said. Source


 What we know about Anderson Lee Aldrich, the alleged Colorado Springs Club Q shooter 

An attacker opened fire in a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs late Saturday, killing five people and wounding at least 25, officials said. The club said the suspect was subdued by patrons, and Colorado Springs police said he was taken into custody and hospitalized for treatment of his injuries. Here’s what we know about the suspect: 

Who is Anderson Lee Aldrich? 

Colorado Springs police Chief Adrian Vasquez identified the suspect as 22-year-old Anderson Lee Aldrich at a news conference Sunday morning. Investigators recovered two guns on scene and said Aldrich used a long gun during the shooting, Vasquez said. Aldrich remains in a local hospital. 

Does Aldrich have a criminal history? 

Law enforcement officials said Aldrich’s “interactions with law enforcement” are part of the broader investigation, and they would not say if he’d previously been contacted by police. A man with the same name and matching age was arrested in June 2021 for threatening his mother with “a homemade bomb, multiple weapons, and ammunition,” according to media reports at the time. That man was arrested after a brief standoff.Howard Black, spokesman for the 4th Judicial District Attorney’s Office, would not confirm Sunday morning that Aldrich was the same man arrested in June 2021. Black said the June 2021 incident “is all part of the investigation and will be released as appropriate.” 

What do police believe was Aldrich’s motive in the Club Q shooting? 

As of Sunday morning, officials declined to answer questions about the suspect’s motive for the shooting, citing the ongoing investigation. In a statement, Club Q termed the shooting a hate attack. “Club Q is devastated by the senseless attack on our community,” the club posted on its Facebook page. It said its prayers were with victims and families, adding: “We thank the quick reactions of heroic customers that subdued the gunman and ended this hate attack.” Source

JUNE 2021

Bomb threat in Lorson Ranch neighborhood 

Friday night COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) -- Friday afternoon around 2:00 p.m., deputies with the El Paso County Sheriff's Offices responded to reports of a bomb threat on Rubicon Drive in the Lorson Ranch neighborhood, just south of the Colorado Springs Airport. The suspect, 21-year old Anderson Lee Aldrich, refused to comply with deputies' orders to surrender. It was reported to the Sherrif's Office that he had a homemade bomb, multiple weapons, and ammunition.A Tactical Support Unit, which includes the Regional Explosives Unit was called in. Around 10 homes were evacuated in the surrounding area, while an emergency text notification was sent out to homes within a 1/4-mile radius of the address. The Regional Explosives Unit cleared both homes and did not find any explosive devices. At around 6:00 p.m., the suspect was taken into custody and has been booked into the El Paso County Jail. Aldrich faces two counts of Felony Menacing and three counts of First-Degree Kidnapping. Source

Friday, November 18, 2022

Suicide: Georgia mom Debbie Collier's death is ruled a SUICIDE after coroner concluded she burned herself to death while naked in ravine

Georgia mom Debbie Collier's death is ruled a SUICIDE after coroner concluded she burned herself to death while naked in ravine 

The death of Georgia mom Debbie Collier, who was found naked and burned in a ravine, has been ruled a suicide. Collier was last seen on September 10 when she left her Athens home en route to Clarksville, approximately 60 miles away. The next day, the 59-year-old real estate agent's body was found naked and partially burned in a wooded ravine near Tallulah Falls - with her purse and cell phone nearby. Collier's horrific death was initially feared to have been the result of a homicide. But this week, it was revealed that the Georgia Medical Examiner's Office has ruled Collier's death a suicide, having suffered 'inhalation of superheated gases, thermal injuries, and hydrocodone intoxication,' according to Habersham County Deputy Coroner Ken Franklin. Franklin added: 'It's pretty evident that she started the fire. From what I saw and what I considered to be the case is that this was a self-inflicted death, but I was relying on the results of the autopsy and the doctor at the lab to make the final call.' Last week, Collier's daughter, Amanda Bearden, told the Crime on the Record podcast that she believed her mother had taken her own life. She told the hosts that her mother had begun to share 'key, intimate things' with her in the weeks leading up to her death and said: 'Looking back on it, it just almost seemed like she was giving me all of her things.' Bearden added that the last time she saw her mother alive, her mother had 'tears in her eyes. I’d never seen her that sad.' Franklin told the New Habersham: 'I'm glad it's over, but I'm sorry for the family and all that they have had to go through. All of the questioning and suspicion and things they've had to go through made it difficult for them to live a normal life. I feel sorry for them and my prayers go with them.' On September 30, the Habersham County Sheriff's Department issued a press release providing a timeline of the crime, and released surveillance video. Source

The FTX Collapse, Explained | What Went Wrong | WSJ

Binance CEO: Wasn’t aware he and FTX CEO were 'sparring partners'

It's time Washington addresses crypto regulation, says Sen. Cynthia Lummis

Tuesday, November 15, 2022

Watch live: Reports Russian missiles have killed two people in NATO member Poland

Jihadists execute 26 women for being witches...

Jihadists slaughter at least 26 women by slitting their throats after Boko Haram commander accused them of being WITCHES who caused the sudden death of his children in Nigeria 
Boko Haram jihadists slaughtered at least 26 women by slitting their throats after their commander accused them of being witches who caused the sudden death of his children in Nigeria. Around 40 women were held in a village near Gwoza town in Borno State, north-eastern Nigeria, on the orders of jihadist commander Ali Guyile after his children suddenly died overnight, according to relatives and a woman who escaped. They said the commander had accused the women of causing the children's deaths through witchcraft. On Thursday last week, 14 women were slaughtered in Gwoza town and a few days later, another 12 were killed by the Boko Haram jihadists. Accusations of witchcraft are not uncommon in Nigeria, a religious conservative country almost equally divided between the mostly Muslim north and Christian south. Northeast Nigeria is at the heart of a conflict involving security forces and Boko Haram and rival Islamic State West Africa Province jihadists that has killed more than 40,000 people. The survivors of the most recent Boko Haram attack said Guyile, a 35-year-old commander, asked his men to arrest the group of 40 women from homes known to practise witchcraft. Talkwe Linbe, one of the accused women, said she managed to escape and fled to the regional capital Maiduguri after the killing of 14 women on Thursday. 'He (Guyile) said he would investigate our involvement in the deaths of his children,' she said. 'On Thursday he ordered 14 among us to be slaughtered. I was lucky I was not among them.' Her relationship to Boko Haram was not clear, but jihadists often force residents in territory under their influence into work or relationships. Source

Monday, November 14, 2022

4 University of Idaho students found dead in home outside campus in what police are calling a homicide

4 University of Idaho students found dead in home outside campus in what police are calling a homicide 
A homicide investigation is underway after four University of Idaho students were found dead Sunday at a home just outside the campus, police and the university’s president said. Officers responding before noon to a call of an unconscious person discovered the fatalities, the Moscow Police Department said in a news release. “It is with deep sadness that I share with you that the university was notified today of the death of four University of Idaho students living off-campus believed to be victims of homicide,” university president Scott Green said in a statement to the campus community. Police have not released the causes of death or identities of the victims. Police have indicated “there is no ongoing threat,” the university tweeted Sunday without elaborating. The stunning discovery comes as another US college campus – the University of Virginia in Charlottesville – is reeling as authorities hunt early Monday for a gunman, identified as a UVA student, accused of killing three people and wounding two Sunday on school grounds. A lockdown there remains in place. At the University of Idaho – where students Sunday afternoon initially were advised to shelter in place amid the homicide probe – in-person and online classes Monday are canceled and set to resume Tuesday. The deceased students’ families have been notified, and the university is working to assist with the police investigation, Green said. Anyone with information about the case has been asked to contact Moscow Police. “We are grateful for the support of the community and the ongoing efforts of the Police Department. The university is committed to supporting students and families during this difficult time,” Green said. CNN has reached out to the university and to the police department for more details. Source

Black Man Goes On Shooting Spree - Christopher Darnell Jones Shoots 3 Dead, Wounds 2 On Campus Of University Of Virginia


Istanbul Deadly Attack: Who Are the Main Suspects?

Suspect arrested after six killed in Istanbul blast – BBC News

Moment 'female bomber' is arrested by Turkish police after CCTV 'showed suspect holding a rose fleeing the scene' following explosion that killed six including a little girl and her father 

New footage shows the moment the Syrian woman believed to be behind a bomb attack on a bustling street in Istanbul was arrested by Turkish police. The explosion killed six people, including a nine-year-old girl and her father, and injured 81 others after Ahlam Albashir allegedly planted a bomb in the popular shopping street of Istiklal Avenue on Sunday shortly after 4pm local time. Today police footage shared with Turkish media that shows officers arresting Albashir, who is from Syria, at a house where she was allegedly hiding. During her interrogation, Albashir confessed to planting the bomb and said she was trained as a 'special intelligence officer' by Kurdish militants, Istanbul police said. She had entered Turkey through north-west Syria's Afrin region, the police added. The suspect's arrest comes as CCTV appears to show the suspected bomber running away from the scene of the explosion while holding a red rose in her hand, reports local newspaper Aksam. Minutes after the blast, the suspect, wearing what appears to be a hijab, is seen running through a crowd of bewildered people who were looking behind them at the aftermath of the bombing. She is the only person looking forwards. Albashir, who is believed to have planted a bag containing the bomb on a park bench, is among 46 people detained by police since the attack. Turkey accused the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) - seen as terrorists by Ankara - of carrying out the explosion after Albashir told police that she had trained with the Kurdish militants. But the PKK today denied any role in the weekend attack in Istanbul.

'Our people and the democratic public know closely that we are not related to this incident, that we will not directly target civilians and that we do not accept actions targeting civilians,' the group said in a statement published by the Firat news agency. Firat is close to the PKK, which is listed as a terror group by Turkey and its Western allies. The United States offered their condolences to Turkey over the suspected terror attack - but this was rejected by Ankara as Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused Washington of supplying weapons to Kurdish fighters in northern Syria. It comes after a nine-year-old girl Ecrin and her father Yusuf Medyan were confirmed to be among those killed in the attack, with 81 others injured. A 15-year-old girl and her mother were also among those killed in the attack. Mr Medyan worked for Turkey's ministry of family and social services, Sky News reports. The department's minister, Derya Yanik, said: 'I curse this treacherous attack that killed a father and his daughter. 'As the state, we stand by the families of our brothers and sisters who lost their lives and with our wounded people with all our means. No evil focus will be able to disrupt our unity and solidarity.' Turkish television broadcast footage purporting to show Albashir being detained at a house where she was allegedly hiding. It said police searching the house also seized large amounts of cash, gold items and a gun. Police later also released a photograph showing the suspect standing between two Turkish flags, in handcuffs. The minister told reporters that Kurdish militants had allegedly given orders for the main suspect to be killed to avoid evidence being traced back to them. Source