A bomb placed inside a Bangkok religious shrine frequented by tourists exploded Monday evening, killing
at least 20 people (at least of 4 of whom were Chinese tourists). Flying body parts and shattered
windows caused panic in the city’s most popular district. At least 123 people were injured (at least 20
of whom were Chinese tourists) in what Thai authorities called "a vicious act meant to target civilians"
-- coming at a very busy time of day at the Erawan Shrine, a tourist attraction in the heart of Bangkok.
From the article:
"But Thai officials offered few clues as to who might have
been responsible for the blast, which appeared to be the worst by far in a series of explosions that have occasionally disrupted
the country since the Thai military seized power in a May 2014 coup."
Well, since Thai officials aren't saying "whodunnit", and
since Sulzberger's Slimes sure as hell won't tell us, it's time for the dynamic duo of The Anti-New York Times to
mine some data and put forth a viable hypothesis. Sugar and yours truly will throw out some "dots". We leave it
to our readers to connect them.
Dot #1: Back in 2012, the Israelis wasted no time in blaming a botched bomb plot in Thailand on Iran.
From The New York Times, Feb 6, 2012:
Israeli Envoy Links Bangkok Bombs to Attacks in India and Georgia
"Thai authorities said on Wednesday that the group of Iranians
detained after an explosion tore the roof off their rented house was on a mission here targeting Israeli diplomats.
the same system that was used in Delhi and in Tblisi, which leads us to think that they are connected,” the ambassador,
Itzhak Shoham, said in a telephone interview.
The Israeli authorities said the discovery of explosives in Bangkok fits a pattern of
Iranian-backed attacks on Israeli targets.
Dot #2: Iran strongly denied the Israeli accusation -- same
"Iranian officials immediately rejected
the accusation. An Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman, Ramin Mehmanparast, called the accusation of Iran’s involvement
“baseless” and accused Israel of trying to damage its relations with Thailand.
Feb 15 2012: Thai police released images of three other men (Mossad / CIA) who were
suspected to have been involved in bomb explosions in Bangkok. Credit Reuters.
Dot #3: The independent-leaning
Thai military regime is moving closer and closer to the Russia-China economic and military bloc as its relations with the
U.S. deteriorate. From the Bangkok Post Feb 6 2015:
Thailand, China bolster military ties as US relations splinter -- Chinese
defence minister vows no 'interference', Thai officials Say
"Thailand and China agreed Friday
to strengthen military ties through expanded joint training, technology sharing, and discounted arms sales. A welcoming
ceremony was held at the Defence Ministry." (here)
Commandment: "Thou shalt not befriend China and Russia."
#4: Iran and Thailand continue to expand upon their already friendly and close ties. From Tasnim (Iran),
March 9, 2015:
Iran, Thailand Underline
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and Thailand’s new ambassador
to Tehran emphasized that the promotion of mutual cooperation in diverse areas sets a priority for the two Asian countries.
Two butterflies with flags
on wings as symbol of good relations between Iran and Thailand
Dot #5: Adolf Hitler is a big star in Thailand; and certain people are "concerned".
Young Thais understand
that you don't have to be White to appreciate the greatness of the Great One and his system (use the
right hand when you 'Sieg Heil', sweetie -- you too Ronald.).
Hitler Fried Chicken! Waffen SS themed weddings! Student NS marches!
A government sponsored
video teaches children to be disciplined and virtuous. It features Thai children painting a portrait of Hitler.
Hitler-mania is out
in the open in Thailand, and the chosenites are "horrified".
intrepid reporter and his apprentice here rolling on the floor laughing in delight.
Dot #6: Because
the location was a known 'hot spot' for Chinese tourists; this attack was a strike against both Thailand and
China, and it comes just days after a mysterious and massive explosion in China - which we covered a few days ago. The Global Times, a Chinese newspaper, said in an editorial. “It is beyond the imagination of Chinese people that a blast could happen at the
famous Erawan shrine,” “It has almost the same impact on Chinese tourists as
if it happened in China. (here)
Get the picture?
From the May 23, 2014 issue of The Anti-New York Times:
"Well, it is still too early to tell in which direction the Thai military
coup will turn, but it appears as though a pro-Western government is about to be replaced with a regime that
Washington may not be able to fully control; like General el Sisi's in Egypt. Should an independent-minded government emerge in Thailand, it would represent the exact opposite of
what happened after the Ukrainian coup.
Globalist's interest and strategy in Thailand has to do with the general encirclement policy aimed at Russia and
China. Thailand is to China what Ukraine is to Russia, sort of. Let us hope that whatever government the military
installs in Thailand will be pro Russia-China, and anti Western.
The more nations
that can break free of the NWO's death grip - the better.
That being said, the end game of this coup is still too early to call. Is the West
really upset about what just happened? Or, is The Times feigning concern so as to cover up the fact that the coup itself
may be CIA connected; with the intent of replacing one regime with an even more compliant, anti-Chinese one?
The proof will be in the pudding. Stay tuned. (emphasis added)
Well, the "pudding" is now done; and it appears as though your intrepid and prophetic reporter here
(Sugar was not on staff at that time) was spot-on about the anti-N.W.O. flavor of the coup in Thailand (toot-toot).
It's an all too familiar, and all too deadly pattern, isn't it? Defy the
murderous Globo-Zionists; and "terrorists" will suddenly attack your cities and airliners -- as Sulzberger's Slimes
throws the dirty attack in your face, on its front page.
Stay strong, Thailand -- and Malaysia, and Indonesia, and China, and Russia, and Nigeria,
and Sudan, and Syria etc.
1: I read in the New York Times that terrorists killed 20 people in Thailand.
Americanus 2: That's horrible. I wonder who did it?
"Who elsse but the %&(^$#@ (^%s you blockhead!"
(Oh well; (face-palm) -- I see that your Thesaurus kick
was as short-lived as your Bible study sessions.)
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