Skip to comments.New issue of magazine offers jihadists terror tips
Posted on 04/16/2013 4:07:25 PM PDT by Typical_Whitey
An idea in the first edition, "Make a Bomb in the Kitchen of Your Mom," is touched on again.
"The pressurized cooker should be placed in crowded areas and left to blow up. More than one of these could be planted to explode at the same time. However, keep in mind that the range of the shrapnel in this operation is short range so the pressurized cooker or pipe should be placed close to the intended targets and should not be concealed from them by barriers such as walls."
(Excerpt) Read more at cnn.com ...
Sounds like they’re trying to get us to ban 4wd pickup trucks too. I could see the Baraqqi regime being all for that.
The article is from 2010 so you would think that Big Sis folks would have been on to the Pressure cooker scheme.... but than again DHS a waste of taxpayer dollars and resources...
This is the type of attack that any random jihadist could put together with no chance of detection prior to the crime and execute with near 100% chance of success.
Former editor Samir Khan was killed in that drone strike that killed Anwar al-Awlaki.
How is a magazine from 2010 new?
The magazine detailed this strategy as a jihadi method of attack, Obama and his admin knew since 2010 that this type of attack was possible from JIHADIS and now that it has happened he can’t even say that their fingerprints are all over this? It doesn’t fit his narrative that terrorists are on the run....
Almost every member of my family has a pressure ooker and numerous sharp objects in our kitchens.
Should we turn ourselves in?
Security is a mirage, a pipe dream sold to weaklings. There is only one security and they’re coming for that right now.
Maybe the white hut’s subscription ran out, eh?
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