Different news organizations are covering today’s bomb news out of Austin in different ways. I would swear that CBS didn’t mention the two latest victims, who are expected to recover, are white. The CBS angle on the story is that police have suggested that everyone in the black neighborhood affected by earlier bombings stay inside. Yeah, right. “Dat be racissss.” Da homies have to hang, nomesayin?
I believe the neighborhood where the Sunday night bomb was placed is a white area. Thus, if our racist, white supremacist bomber that the press and police have been hinting at is responsible, then he’s willing to kill or injure whites to further his agenda, whatever it may be. So far he’s ignored police invitations to talk to them.
This assumes that the bombings are not the work of the (((Deep State.))) Austin is a hot bed of Deep State covert activity. The CIA may be taking great enjoyment from scaring the students and hipsters that populate the most liberal city in Texas.
This time, the bomb could have maimed anyone walking through this quiet Austin neighborhood.
For the fourth time this month, a device exploded on residents in the Texas capital. What makes this blast especially terrifying is that it was left on the side of a residential road and may have been triggered by a tripwire, Austin Police Chief Brian Manley said.
The three previous bombs were stuffed inside packages and left on residents’ doorsteps.
And unlike the victims of the previous blasts, the two men injured in Sunday’s explosion are white, Austin police said. Both men are expected to recover.
“The use of a tripwire is far less discriminating than leaving parcel bombs at residences and suggests that the latest victims were not specifically targeted,” said Stratfor Threat Lens, a global think tank.
“The device’s success, despite significantly different design, further suggests that the bombmaker behind these attacks is an accomplished one, and has likely to have received some training, perhaps as a military or police explosive ordnance disposal technician.”
This latest attack has even impacted area schoolchildren. The Austin public school district says it can’t send buses to the affected neighborhood Monday because of police activity. “Any tardies or absences due to this situation will be excused,” the district said.
Now, investigators are trying to determine if the person responsible is linked to the trio of bombings this month that killed two people and wounded two others.
“The entire community is anxious this morning,” Austin Mayor Steve Adler said Monday.
‘Extra level of vigilance’ needed
The circumstances of Sunday’s blast were different from previous explosions, the police chief said.
“We’re not believing that this was similar to previous ones, as in packages left on doorsteps. But instead, this was some type of suspicious package that was left on the side of the road, that detonated and injured these two men,” Manley said.
The men had been biking or walking their bicycles in southwest Austin when the explosion happened.
“What we do understand now, is that the possibility exists this device was triggered in a different mechanism — that being a tripwire,” he said.
The latest explosion comes less than a week after police said three previous package explosions — in a span of 10 days — were connected. Those explosions killed a man and a teenager, and injured two others.
Bombers do tend to be white since nonwhites usually blow themselves up when they try to make a bomb.
It would be great PR for our side if the bomber is a Middle Eastern type, who are numerous in college towns in Texas, like Austin.
A good number of Muslims have served in the American military and thus picked up the necessary skills.
It’s really hard to see the bomber as black or Latino. But a disgruntled Muslim is possible, unless the CIA is getting in some practice at scaring people