by Scott Creighton
UPDATE: I found a Facebook page for a guy from Afghanistan with the same name who looks similar. It was started in late 2015 and doesn’t have a lot of entries but it does have over 200 friends listed, many from Afghanistan and many who seem to work at Facebook. It may not be the same guy.
On Saturday night, about an hour after the UN Security Council convened an emergency session to deal with the US bombing of Syrian troops who were battling “ISIS”, a small device went off in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York city.
The Feds have now stated that they are looking for Ahmad Khan Rahami as a possible person of interest, someone they wish to question about the event or events. Since that night there have been several other unexploded devices found in various areas around New York and New Jersey, thus ensuring it will be the only story in the MSM this morning.
Rahami is a 28-year-old immigrant from Afghanistan. It is not known at this point whether or not he has any previous connection with law enforcement. If the pattern holds true though, he will have had extensive contact with them. Let’s wait and see.
There are already a few quiet reports stating the cease-fire agreement in Syria is now dead thanks to the US’s “accidental” bombing of Syrian troops. Pentagon officials have been denouncing the agreement since before it was signed as have some members of the neocon intelligence factions here in the States. Seems this “accidental” act of war has given certain folks exactly what they wanted and this dumpster bomber has provided perfect cover for the Obama administration at a key moment when he was hitching his wagon to Hillary’s crippled campaign.
Funny how the terrorists always seem to have the worst timing huh?
UPDATE 2: Over at Circa.com, an expert says the bomb being placed in a metal dumpster “minimized it’s reach”
“Dr. Sebastian Gorka, a professor in irregular warfare and strategy with the Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C., said that the device that exploded in Chelsea was placed in a dumpster, which minimized its reach.” Circa.com
The second device did not go off nor did the other one found Sunday in a backpack. That one only went off when it was detonated by the robot. Seems to me someone wanted to create a climate of fear without a lot of casualties… either that or they have no idea what they are doing.