Antifa Sabotage or Michael Moore Playing with Matches? Blaze Breaks Out at Trump Tower

A cold front blasted its way through South Texas early Saturday morning, so I’m sitting outside at the library shivering. That means this is going to be the last post for today. Forecasters are saying the high will hit 76 tomorrow, so I should be able to do some posting then.

As to temperatures, since my house burned down I know what a fire is like. The smell is horrible. The smoke is bad for your breathing. There’s glowing embers flying everywhere. And you can feel the heat from quite a distance away.

If the fire is put out, the fire crews will return to the scene looking for “hot spots” that might flare up again.

I don’t know about you but I’m expecting security cam footage to show Michael Moore dousing gasoline and striking a match. How the human blob got past security is beyond me, but he’s got to be the guy.

CBS News

New York City firefigthers on Saturday are battling a fire on the 50th floor of Trump Tower, the fire department tweeted. The FDNY said at 7 p.m. that it was a four-alarm fire. They remained on the scene.

Lefturds are celebrating.

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Negress Starts Massive Fire After Losing Home in Divorce, then Walks to Walmart with her Cats

Here’s a good reason to prefer not to live in the same neighborhood with a jigaboo family.


PAULDING COUNTY, Ga. – State fire investigators said a Paulding County woman set her house on fire, causing the flames to spread to 19 other houses, including Auzalea Godfrey’s.

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Courageous Dog Saves Family’s Goats from California Wildfires


An amazing guard dog stayed with his flock during the recent California wildfires. Odin the dog’s owner was filled with joy when he returned to his property to find Odin and the gang still alive.


A guard dog is on the mend Sunday after heroically protecting eight rescue goats and several small deer from the wildfires raging through California’s Sonoma County.

Roland Hendel said he thought he’d never see Odin, a Great Pyrenees, ever again. He packed the car and escaped with his family as the ferocious wildfires were advancing on his home near Calistoga early last week.

“Despite the sounds of exploding propane tanks, twisting metal, and the hot swirling winds, Odin refused to leave our family of eight bottle-fed rescue goats,” Hendel said. “Hours later when we had found relative safety we cried for Odin and our goats. I was sure I had sentenced them to a horrific and agonizing death.”

Days later, he returned to his property, which had been decimated by the fire, fearing the worst.

“We found a burned, battered, and weakened Odin, surrounded by his eight goats, and several small deer who had come to him for protection and safety,” Hendel said.

Odin the dog would normally be white. His color above shows what smoke can do.

“Odin was weak, and limping, his once thick and beautiful coat singed orange, his whiskers melted. Even now as I write this, I am crying tears of gratitude and awe at his bravery and devotion.”

Hendel had a brief scare Wednesday when Odin, his sister Tessa, and the goats disappeared.

They were located Saturday, KGO-TV reported.

“Oh blessed be. They are back,” Hendel wrote on Facebook after they were found.

Hendel is appealing on a crowdfunding website for money to rebuild his property’s pumphouse and goat barn, The Santa Rosa Press Democrat reported Sunday.

Canadian Police Search for 3 Sh*tskin Youths Who Tried to Set 2 White Boys on Fire

Fire and acid are becoming the weapons of choice for nonwhites to use against white people.

CBC Canada

Toronto police are searching for three people they believe are violent and dangerous after one of them allegedly doused two teenagers with gasoline and tried to set them on fire outside Agincourt Mall last week.

Police responded to a call for an assault in the mall parking lot shortly after 9 p.m. last Monday. Officers say two 18-year-old men were confronted by two men and a woman and got into an argument.

At that point, police allege one of the two men they’re looking for got a can of gasoline from his car, poured the liquid all over the teens and tried to light them on fire.

The three people are described as between 20 and 30.

Police say if you see them, do not approach them and call 911 immediately.

Jewish Student Accused of Setting Dorm Lobby Fire Claims Lack of Intent to Harm


The Tulane University student pictured above admits to setting a dorm fire that could have killed hundreds of his fellow students. Jew Schwartzberg attends a university that is heavily Jewish. Many of those killed would have been Jews. Schwartzberg’s rabbi needs to give him a good dressing down.

No motive has been offered for why the fire was set, but the accused denies any harmful intent.


It’s hard to see anything other than harmful intent.

Does the Talmud allow Jews to lie?


Surveillance video captured Monday (Oct. 2) at a Tulane University dorm showed a man authorities have since identified as a freshman student who lived there start a small trash fire in the 6th floor lobby, Tulane police said.

Further review of footage showed the same student attempted earlier on Monday to “set a ceiling tile on fire” on the same floor of his dorm, the Sharp Hall Residential complex, a Tulane University Police Department detective wrote in a summary the case.

Garrett Schwartzberg, 18, was booked into the Orleans Justice Center jail Tuesday on suspicion of aggravated arson, his booking records show. Tulane spokesman Mike Strecker confirmed Schwartzberg is a freshman at the university. Strecker, citing student privacy laws, said the school could not comment whether any disciplinary action has been taken. His booking documents list Sharp Hall’s Freret Street address as his residence.

Orleans Parish Magistrate Commissioner Albert Thibodeaux on Tuesday set Schwartzberg’s bond at $25,000, court records show. As of Thursday morning, records showed the student had bonded out of jail. The Orleans Public Defender’s office represented him at his first appearance Tuesday. Private defense attorney Brian Capitelli represented him in a hearing Thursday afternoon.

“The charges for which my client was arrested do not in any way reflect the facts,” Capitelli said Thursday over the phone. “There was never any intent to harm anyone or cause any damage at any point in time.”

A statement sworn by Det. David Harris with Tulane police says when investigators identified Schwartzberg as the man who set the fires and located him, they read him his Miranda Rights and Schwartzberg “confessed to the attempt incident” and to the “second incident that resulted in the actual fire taking place.”

The trash fire was set in the “elevator lobby area” at Sharp Hall, 6401 Freret St., which the police report says houses 478 Tulane freshmen. Harris wrote the fire climbed up the wall, “causing scorch damage to it.”

The commissioner on Tuesday also ordered a stay-away order, though it was not immediately clear who the order bars Schwartzberg from contacting.

His next court hearing is set for Oct. 10.

Lawyer Capitelli, representing Schwartzberg, surely couldn’t have said what he said and keep a straight face. I guess the lawyer will next tell us that the accused merely wanted to roast marshmallows over a fire while singing Kumbayah with a group of his friends.

Woman Who Rescued Boy from Burning Truck Facing Criminal Charges


Is the life of a boy, race unknown, worth the price of a glass door?

Apparently, not to some people.

New York Daily News

An Idaho woman was confronted by police after breaking a glass door to help rescue a child in a burning truck.

Truck driver Tequila Isaacson was at a rest stop in Snoqualmie Pass, Wash. on Sunday when she noticed a family trying to get their child out of a burning pickup truck in the parking lot, she wrote in a Facebook post.

Isaacson searched for a fire extinguisher while someone called 911. She was unable to find one until she noticed an extinguisher behind the locked door of Red Mountain Coffee.

She walked back around the side of the building and saw the fire had spread and was coming from underneath the truck. That is when she says she returned to her own truck and grabbed a metal fence post to break the door.

“I got the fire put out, and everyone safe, before the 911 call was completed,” Isaacson wrote.

The entire ordeal lasted less than five minutes.

When first responders arrived, Isaacson told them that she broke the glass door. Instead of responding with thanks, a Washington State Patrol Trooper told her that using a fire extinguisher without permission is theft no matter how good the intentions, KOMO News reported.

“He outright stated that unless I was willing to pay for it right then and there, he would be charging me with burglary,” Isaacson told KOMO.

“Talk about no good deed goes unpunished,” she added.

The Washington State Patrol admitted a trooper did speak with Isaacson regarding who would be responsible for the damage.

The WSP will reportedly review the way the case was handled and added they are grateful for Isaacson’s courageous effort to help the child.

If I were a police officer working this case, I would speak to the store owner about forgiving the expense associated with replacing the door glass and the fire extinguisher.

However, the store owner could file a civil lawsuit to recover damages.

It’s hard to imagine a district attorney prosecuting Tequila, but stranger things have happened.

New Engineering Study by University of Alaska Confirms 9/11 Conspiracy Theories

The merit to this piece is that a big mainstream news organization is willing to publish in a serious manner a challenge to the official 9/11 story. Israel, the Mossad, and Larry Silverstein, the owner of the WTC, aren’t mentioned. Nonetheless, doubt is cast on the version of events that the American government promotes.

Daily Mail

Next Monday afternoon, Matt Campbell will stand outside BBC Broadcasting House in London’s Portland Place, protesting about the killing of his brother, Geoff, and 66 other Britons, in the 9/11 terror attack at the New York World Trade Centre.

Matt began asking questions. He has not stopped since. He, and others who will be at the BBC protest, refuse to accept the official story about 9/11: that four U.S. airliners were hijacked by Islamist terror chief Osama Bin Laden’s pilots. Two were flown into New York’s famous Twin Towers, which collapsed.

A third rammed into the U.S. Defence Headquarters at the Pentagon in Washington DC. The last went down in rural Pennsylvania, 150 miles north of the capital, after a tussle between the hijackers and passengers, later portrayed in the Hollywood film United 93.

Seven hours later, a third tower at the World Trade Centre, WTC7, fell to the ground over seven seconds, even though no plane had hit it.

The red building, 100 yards from the 110-storey Twin Towers, was less than half their height at just 47 floors, and few people even know of its existence. It had already been evacuated after the planes had hit the main towers.

In total, 2,977 people died, provoking President Bush to mount the ‘War On Terror’ that led to the invasion of Iraq, with the UK in tow.

Yet as Monday’s anniversary approaches, Matt, a former City worker who is married with three children and lives in Sussex, insists that 9/11 did not happen in the way we have been told and that there has been a huge official cover-up to disguise the truth.

‘There are so many questions that the Americans and the British Establishment refuse to answer,’ he says. ‘I believe that my brother and thousands of others were murdered on 9/11 and there has been a cover-up. We, as a family, are still overcoming this tragedy, but we will never stop seeking the truth.’

He is not alone in his quest. A survey in U.S. magazine Live Science last year revealed that most Americans (53 per cent) believe the U.S. Government has concealed — and continues to conceal — vital information about the 9/11 attacks. Crucially, a team of engineers at the University of Alaska concluded this week, after two years of forensic research, that fire could not have caused the collapse of WTC7.


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