Minnesota: Moslems is Scerrrrrred After Their Mosque Got Bombed – Maybe They Should Go Home?

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 7, 2017

I am against violence, on principle.

But what caused this act of violence (assuming it isn’t a self-inflicted fake “hate crime” to garner pity)?

Well, that would be the fact that there are Moslems in Minnesota.

If there were no Moslems in Minnesota, no one would feel the need to bomb them.

As such, foreigners not only bring their own violence to our country, but they drive members of our own society to commit acts of violence that they otherwise would not commit.

Every effect of multiculturalism is objectively negative.

ABC News:

The Dar Al-Farooq Islamic Center in suburban Minneapolis, like other U.S. mosques, occasionally receives threatening calls and emails. But leaders say they’re more frightened after a weekend attack in which an explosive shattered windows and damaged a room as worshippers prepared for morning prayers.

“We feel like it’s much deeper and scarier than like something random,” Mohamed Omar, the center’s executive director, said Sunday. “It’s so scary.”

It’s impossible to tell if these things are false flagged to garner pity.

Because they would use it that way either way.

These “people” somehow intuitively understand how to exploit the white altruism bug, even though their own psychological programming does not have it.

No one was hurt in the blast, which happened around 5 a.m. Saturday. Windows of the imam’s office were shattered, either by the blast or by an object thrown through them. The FBI is seeking suspects and trying to determine whether the incident was a hate crime.

Gov. Mark Dayton, who joined other public officials and community leaders for a meeting inside the building Sunday, described the bombing as “so wretched” and “not Minnesota.”


“So Wretched, Not Minnesota” would make a good tattoo. Like with a flaming skull. Or a wizard. Or a skeletal wizard.

Also brings to mind like, a tatted-out whore smoking a bong.

Or it could be a band name and album name.

It could go either way: “So Wretched by Not Minnesota” or “Not Minnesota by So Wretched.”

Is this joke funny?

I can’t tell.

“This is an act of terrorism. This is against the law in America,” Dayton said at a news conference afterward, the Star Tribune reported.

Mark Dayton is such a weird sonovabitch.

Why on earth would he feel the need to annunciate the fact that bombings are against the law – specifically in America, even. Gotta qualify it. Bombings aren’t illegal in some far away land – although they are illegal, everywhere – but specifically in America.


Funnier than my jokes.

Besides serving as a place of worship and community center, the mosque in Bloomington, just south of Minneapolis, has a fitness center, gymnasiums for boys and girls, a football field and adjoins a city park, Omar said. He estimates the mosque holds up to 300 worshippers for Friday prayers. The community center also hosts computer classes, a basketball league, religious classes, lectures and other events.

“It’s a place that a family can come and get everything they need,” Omar said.

The mosque opened in 2011 at the site of a former elementary school in the suburb of about 85,000 and serves people primarily from the area’s large Somali community. Minnesota is home to the largest Somali community in the U.S., roughly 57,000 people, according to the latest census figures.

Some residents opposed the center’s opening, and complaints have been made about parking, noise and traffic, the Star Tribune reported. Omar said the center gets along with “92, 93 percent” of its neighbors.

Yes, those Somalians do love their noise.

I can tell you that.

I’m from Columbus, Ohio. The #2 spot in America for these so-called “people.”

The reward for information leading to an arrest or conviction has grown to $24,000, said Asad Zaman, director of the Muslim American Society of Minnesota. The Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, said its national office is urging Islamic centers and mosques to step up security.

“If a bias motive is proven, this attack would represent another in a long list of hate incidents targeting Islamic institutions nationwide in recent months,” said Amir Malik, the local chapter’s civil rights director.

Yeah, most of those were fake.

Which leads me to believe this one most likely is as well.

It is just a fact that more “hate crimes” are fake than real, anyone who objectively looked at the data would come to that conclusion.

However, if it is one of the very rare cases where it is a genuinely pissed off white person, then blah blah blah I disavow.

But understand that the reason that the crime was committed is that these people have invaded our homes. They do not belong here, and they have come here to take from us. To take what belongs to us. To take what our ancestors gave to us.

It’s hard to feel bad for them.

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