January 2, 2014, - 3:11 pm
How many fires and explosions caused by “natural gas” spur Homeland Security federal agents to investigate? None. But ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) agents are investigating the Minneapolistan New Year’s Day explosion. And they don’t usually get involved unless it involves illegal immigration matters and sometimes Islamic terrorism.
I’m no conspiracy theorist. But it’s stupid to look the other way when a religion that is often involved in conspiracies–and deliberate explosions–is heavily connected to an explosion. And so it goes with the big Minneapolistan fire in the news. Yesterday’s explosion in a Minneapolis building chock full with Muslim inhabitants and a halal butcher shop and grocery store is suspicious. (There is a mosque and Islamic cultural center next door.) While some authorities are now theorizing that it could have been the result of a natural gas leak, it might have been something else: arson, experiments with explosives, or something else. These sinister things have happened before at Muslim-owned businesses and places where Muslims are experimenting with devices for use against non-Muslims. It wouldn’t be the first time. And several of those who inhabited the building are missing and unaccounted for. We know that most of those in the building were Somalian Muslims, and probably many of them were here illegally, which may be why ICE/HSI (Homeland Security Investigations) agents are on the scene. But they are also there to find out if foul play was involved.
While no final determination has been made, a source close to the law enforcement investigation said that it is believed that the initial explosion occurred at the ground level of the building. Homeland Security personnel were on the scene in the aftermath of the fire that sent 14 people to hospitals, six in critical condition. They were there to determine if there was anything suspicious about the explosion. . . .
In addition to trying to determine the cause, authorities searched the late-1800s building for the handful of residents still unaccounted for a day later. At least 14 people were injured, six critically in the explosion and fire about 8:15 a.m. Wednesday that destroyed an immigrant-owned grocery store and the 10 apartments above it in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood. . . . Fire officials have yet to determine whether everyone made it out of the building and is accounted for, Penn added. . . .
A service organization that works on behalf of Somali immigrants said early Thursday that it is setting up a relief fund for those affected by the fire. Mohamud Noor, executive director of the Confederation of Somali Community in Minnesota said “100 percent of donations collected will go to victims and families.”
Uh-huh. Sure, they will.
“This is a horrible tragedy,” Noor said. “We stand together to help families both in the immediate aftermath and in the days, weeks and months to come.”
And send us money.
The building housed the Otanga grocery store. The apartments above it were apparently all occupied by single men, most of them East African immigrants, a resident said. . . . Ahmed Muse, one of five owners of the Otanga grocery store, said he arrived at the store at 8 a.m. Wednesday. There was what he called “an electrical shock” in the building, and police were called. When he went outside to talk to the officers, an explosion erupted on the second floor, blowing out the windows and scattering glass on the street below.
Hmmm . . . the building housed mostly single Muslim men from Somalia, home of Al-Shabaab. It’s highly unlikely that most of them were here legally. What were they doing in those apartments? We may never find out. And you can bet that the FBI and Homeland Security weren’t watching when they should have been.
What do you think?
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