On the Ground Action Report from the Battle of Berkeley (Two Videos)

In the top video, which goes for seven minutes, there’s a live action interview with antifa punch girl Louise Rosealma (aka Moldylocks) that starts at about the 3 minute mark and goes for a minute. I have trouble understanding her answer to the question about an old woman who was injured by the antifa but others claim she laughs it off. At about 4 minutes, based stick man is seen in handcuffs after his arrest.

The second video lasts four minutes. It is composed of different footage of the Battle of Berkeley. Watch the blonde in a reddish sweater tear into some black clad antifa. At about the 40 second mark, Moldylocks takes her punishment. The video then goes on to capture more of the action.

These videos convey better than words what it’s like to be on the field of battle in America today.

American Liberals Take to Twitter to Condemn Trump for Military’s Use of MOAB

The above map shows the damage radius of the Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB) bomb that was dropped on ISIS in Afghanistan today.

Recall this campaign promise.

You know that if Obama had dropped MOAB that liberals would be bragging about what a great decision he had made.

But what are liberals saying today in real time?

This next one has the facts wrong. A single bomb costs a mere bag of shells at $16 million.

Mark Dice makes a joke mocking liberals.

Another liberal misstatement. Meals on wheels was not cut.

I doubt this liberal was preaching love when Obama was dropping smaller bombs.

I just looked. So far, there’s no response from Nancy Pelosi or Hillary Clinton to MOAB. I wonder who else besides liberals are going to be added to the list below.

MOAB: What We Know About the “Mother of All Bombs” Dropped on Afghanistan

President Trump pulls another public relations coup that the press loves.

Nobody is talking about Trump being a Russian mole any more.

Trump did campaign on the platform that he was going to “bomb the shit out of ISIS.”


The Pentagon said Thursday that it had used the largest non-nuclear bomb in its arsenal against ISIS, prompting questions about what exactly this weapon is.

Most of what is publicly available about the GBU-43 comes from a 2008 article from the Eglin Air Force Base. The piece, which marked the five-year anniversary of the bomb, says that the GBU-43 weighs a massive 21,600 pounds. During testing, the weapon created a mushroom cloud that could be seen 20 miles away from the blast, according to the Air Force story.

Each MOAB costs around $16 million, according to military information website Deagel. With 20 made so far, the site says the U.S. military has spent some $314 million on the production of the explosive.

The original goal of the so-called MOAB — either standing for “Massive Ordinance Air Blast” or “Mother Of All Bombs,” depending on who you ask — was to act as a non-nuclear deterrent against former Iraq dictator Saddam Hussein.

“The goal is to have the pressure be so great that Saddam Hussein cooperates,” Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said in a 2003 interview, according to the Eglin Air Force Base story. “Short of that — an unwillingness to cooperate — the goal is to have the capabilities of the coalition so clear and so obvious that there is an enormous disincentive for the Iraqi military to fight against the coalition.”

The bomb was rapidly developed by the Air Force starting in 2002 as a replacement for the BLU-82 Daisy Cutter. While the MOAB was bigger, it was also smarter, with GPS-capable targeting allowing for more accurate bombing operations, according to the story.

But while the weapon was initially deployed to the Middle East back in 2003, this is the first time it has been used. Originally designed as a deterrent, it’s now being deployed as an active tool in the war on terror.

“What’s worse than unleashing on society the wrath of the largest non-nuclear bomb yet to be made?” the 2008 Eglin Air Force Base piece asked. “Letting the world know it’s out there and ready to be used at any moment.”

The superweapon is seen in action and explained here:

German Football Team Targeted by Bombs Welcomed Refugees


I wonder how many Germans have lived to regret holding up a Welcome Refugees sign.

Although there’s no proof that Muslims are involved, I’ll bet that it wasn’t anyone else.

Excerpt from Financial Times

Borussia Dortmund’s team bus was hit by three explosions as it travelled to a football match in the west German city on Tuesday evening, in what police said was a targeted attack.

Police said that the series of blasts, which injured one player and shattered the bus’s windows, took place around 7.15pm local time as Borussia Dortmund’s squad set off for their stadium to play a Champions League quarter-final against French side AS Monaco.

Gregor Lange, Dortmund’s police chief, said at a press conference late on Tuesday that the motive for the attack was “not yet clear” and that investigators were considering all possibilities. Sandra Lücke, a spokeswoman for the prosecutor’s office, said a “letter” claiming responsibility for the attacks had been found near the site of the explosions and was being “intensively” checked to see if it was genuine.

A fourth suspicious device, which did not explode, was also being investigated.

Borussia Dortmund tweeted that centre back Marc Bartra, a Spaniard who also plays for his national football team, had suffered hand injuries and was being treated for a fracture and shrapnel wounds in hospital.

The regional North Rhine-Westphalia police earlier said they were assuming the devices were made from an explosive material that should be taken seriously and that they might have been hidden in a hedge.

Dortmund’s chief executive, Hans-Joachim Watzke, said that the explosions had happened close to the driveway of the team hotel as the team bus pulled on to the Wittbräuckerstraße. “I have to pay a big compliment to our fans, who have dealt with [the event] very well, calmly, reasonably, and with solidarity. The team and the trainers are naturally shocked. Somehow, we have to channel this.”

The club’s president, Reinhard Rauball, said it was a “very difficult situation” for the players and staff but that he was sure that they would cope. “It would be a shame if the people responsible for this [attack] then also had the success of influencing the team in any way through it,” he said.

The match was postponed until next day, Wednesday April 12. Police said there would be heavy security at the event, and there was a large police presence around Dortmund’s main rail station on Tuesday night.

Uefa, European football’s governing body, said the decision to postpone the game had been made “after a meeting held at the Westfalenstadion [where Borussia Dortmund play] between Uefa, representatives of the two clubs and local authorities”.

Germany knows how to stop the madness. The first step is to try to change things through the ballot box by canning Angela Merkel. The next step is ethnic cleansing.

Airline Electronics Ban Came After Militants Threatened To Hide Bombs In Laptops


The United States’ ban on passengers taking laptops, tablet computers, and other electronic devices on flights from 10 airports in the Middle East and North Africa was spurred by increased chatter picked up in recent weeks from militants saying they want to hide explosives in computers, a US official told BuzzFeed News.

The ban was being pushed by the White House, the official said, and Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly subsequently signed on to it.

“It was driven by intelligence,” deputy White House spokesperson Michael Short told BuzzFeed News when asked whether the electronics ban originated in the White House as the official indicated.

While the official said the ban was being implemented because of rising threats, the US has yet to increase the threat level. The ban — which caught the airline industry off-guard — goes into effect at 8 am EST on Saturday and remains in place “indefinitely.”

The official’s statement — that the ban is in response to relatively recent chatter — seems to differ from a statement from the Department of Homeland Security released earlier Tuesday saying the “2015 airliner downing in Egypt, the 2016 attempted airliner downing in Somalia, and the 2016 armed attacks against airports in Brussels and Istanbul” were examples of why increased security was needed.

“Evaluated intelligence indicates that terrorist groups continue to target commercial aviation and are aggressively pursuing innovative methods to undertake their attacks, to include smuggling explosive devices in various consumer items. Based on this information,

Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly and Transportation Security Administrator Acting Administrator Huban Gowadia have determined it is necessary to enhance security procedures for passengers at certain last point of departure airports to the United States,” the statement said.

It does not appear intelligence gathered during the Jan. 29 raid on a suspected al-Qaeda compound in Yemen was part of the US assessment as officials began discussing the rising threat before the Inauguration.

There is also no evidence that the US picked up a specific threat amid the chatter it had intercepted, such as discussion of a future attack.

The department said airlines would have 96 hours to comply with the new rules and the ban would remain in place until “the threat changes.”

Here’s the list of every major air travel hub that is affected by the ban:
Hamad International Airport, Doha, Qatar
Dubai International Airport, UAE
Abu Dhabi International Airport, UAE
Ataturk International Airport, Istanbul, Turkey
Queen Alia International Airport, Amman, Jordan
Cairo International Airport, Egypt
King Abdul Aziz International Airport, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
King Khalid International Airport, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Mohammed V Airport, Casablanca, Morocco
Kuwait International Airport, Kuwait

Devices banned from the cabin — which will need to be packed in checked baggage — on any U.S.-bound flights from those airports include anything larger than a cellphone. Examples include laptops, tablets, e-readers, cameras, portable DVD players, electronic gaming units larger than a smartphone, and travel printers/scanners.

Also on Tuesday, the United Kingdom said it would implement a similar electronics ban, while authorities in Canada said they are considering one.

Contradicting Buzzfeed, The Daily Beast reports that the American raid in Yemen turned up the intelligence that led to the laptop ban.

Information from the raid shows al Qaeda’s successful development of compact, battery bombs that fit inside laptops or other devices believed to be strong enough to bring down an aircraft, the sources said. The battery bombs would need to be manually triggered, a source explained, which is why the electronics ban is only for the aircraft cabin not checked luggage.

CNN offers advice to travelers on how to safeguard data.

Did This Musloid Doctor Shot Dead by Cops in Rural Kentucky Inspire the Nearby Tennessee Wildfire Arsonists?



It’s 139 miles from Harlan, Kentucky to Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

Earlier this year, a Muslim doctor in Harlan was killed by police while trying to escape after being charged with planting explosive devices in the woods.

I sense that Sawaf’s schemes may have something to do with the arson in the nearby Great Smoky Mountains that burned up all-white Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

This story is dated August 12, 2016.


Man in custody killed trying to escape during officers’ search for explosives in woods

A man shot and killed during a confrontation with authorities Thursday night in Harlan County was previously accused of concealing explosives in trail cameras and putting them in the woods.

Mark Sawaf, 39, of Harlan had been indicted by a federal grand jury in July and was scheduled to go to trial on Sept. 13, according to court documents. He was ordered to remain in custody until trial and was indicted on eight charges, including owning and making unregistered destructive devices.

Lexington Fire Department investigator Capt. Brad Dobrzynski shot Sawaf during the altercation, which occurred after Sawaf tried to escape, state police said. ATF Special Agent Todd Tremaine and Lt. Matt Greathouse of the Lexington Police Department hazardous devices unit were also involved in the altercation that broke out on a hill above Woodland Hills subdivision about 6:50 p.m.

ATF had received information that Sawaf had placed more explosives in the woods and had gone with him to find them, Kentucky State Police Trooper Shane Jacobs said Friday. ATF asked Lexington police and fire officials for help because of “an expanded area” that needed to be searched and the scale of the operation, state police said. The state police hazardous devices unit was also asked to assist.

Sawaf died at the scene, according to state police and the Harlan County coroner’s office.

The group had found several trail cameras in the woods before the shooting, and bomb technicians searched the area Friday for more explosives, Jacobs said. Trail cameras are usually affixed to trees and are motion-activated to take photos of deer and other animals, but Sawaf allegedly had modified some with explosive material.

Apparently, Sawaf had a taste for hot blondes.

Although I have no information on Sawaf’s relationship to the blonde in the photos, she appears to be a wife or girlfriend. I’ve noticed that Middle Eastern males assimilate in the West to the extent of going after white women, especially blondes.

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Anti-Immigration “Reclaim Australia” Leader Arrested, Charged with Plotting Terrorism

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You might think that Australian police interested in preventing terrorist attacks would be raiding mosques.

But no.

A series of police raids on Australia’s patriot movement has resulted in the arrest of Philip Galea.

Daily Mail

The leader of extreme right-wing group Reclaim Australia has been charged with plotting a terrorist act.

Phillip Gallea, 31, appeared in the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on Sunday charged with one count of collecting or making documents likely to facilitate a terrorist act and one count of preparing for or planning a terrorist act.

He told magistrate Robert Kumar: ‘I will be fighting these charges and they are part of a conspiracy against the patriot movement,’ reported The Age.

He was refused bail and will next appear in court on August 9.
Galea was arrested in anti-terrorism raids at his home in Braybrook, in Melbourne’s west, on Saturday as police launched a series of raids across Victoria, The Herald Sun reported.

Galea was jailed last year just days before an anti-mosque rally after a court decided he had weapons ready for an ‘aggressive attack’.

After a series of anti-terrorism raids across Melbourne on Saturday, police escorted Galea from his home in Braybrook just before 4pm, Fairfax reported.

Victorian Police Assistant Commissioner Ross Guenther told reporters that the arrested man, who he didn’t name, had posed an escalating threat to the Victorian community.

‘The individual in custody has a number of affiliations to different organisations,’ Mr Guenther said.

Following the arrest, ‘there is no ongoing risk that we are aware for the Victorian community,’ he said.

He is now being questioned by the Australian Federal Police.

Last year police found a small bottle of mercury at Galea’s home which weighed about 360 grams and The Anarchist Cookbook, which has recipes for explosives.

Police said at the time the mercury was more than 3000 times the legal amount a person could have.

Galea’s computer also revealed extreme right-wing political material.

The justification for the police raids on four properties is not properly expressed by them. Perhaps that’s because there was no justification.

Regarding Galea’s possession of The Anarchist Cookbook, my brief research on the subject shows that there are better books for would-be terrorists to learn from than that one.

Wikipedia mentions the White Resistance Manual as an alternative. Yet, there’s no mention of that book in the charges against Galea.

If I were plotting a terror attack, which I’m not, I would familiarize myself with the range of literature available to help me plan the assault on our (((globalist))) government.

As to the possession of excess amounts of mercury, that small amount would be easy for the police to plant on Galea. Even if it wasn’t planted, did he have a bomb making lab in his home? Let’s see the pictures, you lying cops. I’ll bet there was no lab.

A 2015 article from news.com.au describes Galea’s arrest in the fall of that year.

Police allegedly found tasers in his home, which are illegal by Australian law, but certainly not by natural law.

POLICE have uncovered the infamous Anarchist Cookbook along with five Tasers at the Melbourne home of a member of a far-right anti-Islam and anti-immigration group.

Phillip Galea, 31, said he is a member of the United Patriot Front — who describe themselves as “opposing left-wing treason and the spread of Islamism.”

He has been charged with possessing a prohibited weapon and possessing a precursor substance.

He was denied bail in an out of sessions court hearing last night.
Detectives from the Arson and Explosive Squad searched Mr Galea’s Braybrook home in the city’s western suburbs yesterday, finding the Tasers, which are a prohibited weapon.

The repeated arrests of Philip Galea will go a long way to convince the Australian sheeple that the danger to public safety comes from patriotic white males who refuse to stand around with their fingers up their a**es while their country is destroyed by diversity and multiculturalism.

Galea is either a planted government stooge placed into the patriot movement to discredit it, or he’s been the victim of planted evidence.

Meanwhile, the flood of nonwhites buries Australia, ending that country’s first world status forever, and ultimately resulting in the extermination of the white population.

Oh, for the good old days.

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