Sunday, December 12, 2010

Suicide Bombing in Central Stockholm, Sweden

Yesterday evening according to Swedish Media there were explosions that started with several explosions in a parked car around 5 p.m. Saturday evening.  The car began to burn and 10 minutes later a man blew himself up a few hundred meters away.  The suicide bomber wasn't the smartest bulb in the lamp since the bomb was strapped to the front of his body and the backpack of nails on his back.  He was the only one killed in the event.  This event occured on Olof Palmes Street near the location of the Former Prime Mininsters murder.

Ten Minutes before the explosions the media and Säpo (Sweden's FBI) were sent an e-mail in both Swedish and Arabic that stated, "That it is time to attack.  Sweden and the Swedish people.  The bomber also referred to the silence around the artist Lars Wilks painting and the Swedish soldiers presence in Afganistan.  "Now shall your children, daughters and sisters die as our brothers and sisters and children die."

Of course Säpo and the police authorities won't comment and haven't really read the e-mail. (Yes, sure.)  The Swedish Secretary of State, Carl Bildt said via twitter, "Most worrying attempt at terrorist attack in crowded part of Stockholm.  Failed, but could have been catastrophic."

According to hearsay on the net, the man was wearing a Palestinian scarf on his head.  Also, the Swedish Media was on the scene before even the event occured.  Is that a quick responce time?   I will not speculate on this event.  I'm sure by now we will have the Zionists, CIA, Mossad, Bilderberg Club, a Stockholm Moske or God knows who involved.

2 comments:

Sharon said...

Hello Mike..I agree,this fella wasn't very smart,but then maybe thats a good thing. Thank God for his carelessness!

Stranger in a Strange Land said...

Hello Sharon:

Yes, this is something to be grateful for that this maniac didn't hurt or kill more people. Unfortunately, there are many in Sweden like him. Let us hope that they also are as careless as he was.

Kind regards,
Mike