A wave of ISIS-inspired terrorist attacks have swept the United States, including pipe bombs in New Jersey, pressure cooker bombs in New York City, and an “Allah Akbar” stabbing attack in Minnesota, all over the space of 24 hours.
At least 29 people were injured in the attacks, and the Muslim stabber was killed in Minnesota. No one was injured in the New Jersey bombing, which was aimed at a U.S. Marine Corps charity run event.
Typically, the authorities and media have tried to downplay the obvious link to Islamist terrorism, and nonwhite immigration—out of a fear that the attacks will once again highlight the establishment’s deliberate promotion of policies which will inevitably lead to an increase in such attacks.
The New Jersey attack consisted of three pipe bombs wired together in a garbage can near the boardwalk in Seaside Park. The devices, set to go off with a timer, had malfunctioned, and only one had gone off, alerting police to the attack.
Al Della Fave, a spokesman for the Ocean County prosecutor’s office, was quoted as saying that the blast was meant to attack the Seaside Semper Five race.
“If it was just a matter of minutes, in terms of difference, there would have been a good number of people running past that explosive device” because of its location along the race route, Della Fave said.
Registration problems at the starting line delayed the start of the race, which meant no one was near the garbage can when the explosion happened. “We were lucky,” a law enforcement official said.
In its coverage of that attack, CNN helped play its part in pretending that the attack was not linked to Islamic terrorism, with their “senior law enforcement analyst” Tom Fuentes assuring their viewers that the attack could “have nothing to do with an overseas-inspired attack like ISIS. So it still could be terrorism without being international, without being al Qaeda or ISIS or another affiliated group.”
Ironically, the same CNN report then went on to compare the attack to that carried out by the Islamist Tsarnaev brothers at the Boston marathon in 2013—which was directly inspired by ISIS.
In New York, a pressure cooker bomb—identical to the design used by the Tsarnaev brothers, who got the construction plans from an ISIS publication—went off in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood.
The bomb was placed in a construction toolbox in front of a building on West 23rd Street, a residence for the blind, near a major thoroughfare with many restaurants and a Trader Joe’s supermarket.
The explosion, which took place at about 8:30 p.m., blew out the windows of businesses and scattered debris in the area. One person received a puncture wound that was considered serious, while the other injuries were described as scrapes and bruises.
A second device was found four blocks away, rigged with a cell phone detonation device. The second bomb was found inside a plastic bag on West 27th Street, and removed to a police firing range in the Bronx for investigation. A piece of paper with writing on it was found nearby, but its details have not yet been released.
Once again, CNN led the way for the controlled media to repeat far leftist New York City mayor Bill de Blasio to assert that there was no “link to any terrorist organization”—despite the obvious link to the Tsarnaev-type bombs and the fact that the FBI’s Counter Terrorism task force was immediately called out.
Chelsea is one of New York City’s homosexual centers, and the attack has echoes of the June 2016 attack by ISIS-inspired Omar Mateen on the Pulse homo-club in Orlando, Florida.
In St. Cloud, Minnesota, several people were injured when a Muslim launched a random stabbing attack on passersby at a local mall on Saturday evening.
The attack echoes the many such incidents in Europe and is in line with a recent ISIS order to its followers to use knives, axes, and vehicles to attack white targets all over the world.
St. Cloud Police Sgt. Jason Burke told media that the attacker had been shot dead inside the Crossroads Center mall after entering the center, shouting out loud about “Allah” and asking people if they were Muslims before attacking them.
The stabbings occurred in multiple locations inside the mall, including in the common area, and several stores.
St. Cloud is about 65 miles northwest of Minneapolis, and has a population of 67,000. Minnesota is home to the largest Somali community in the United States, and has provided the single largest source of recruits to ISIS from America over the past few years.
In addition, dozens of Somali Muslims from Minnesota have been indicted for providing material support to ISIS and the al-Shabab’s jihad organization which operates in northeast Africa.
All of the attacks—despite the establishment’s desperate attempts to mask their true nature—are directly linked to the open borders policy and the promotion of mass Third World immigration into America.
This same process has been at work in Europe and Australia, and unless Europeans of all those regions act politically, the mass nonwhite invasion will only increase—and attacks such as those which have occurred in the U.S. this past weekend will inevitably become more common.