Nashville

It appears that 2020 will go out with one last bit of madness in the form of what appears to be a random bombing in Nashville. On Christmas morning, according to the police and media, a camper van exploded on an empty downtown street. Supposedly, the police were warned there was a bomb in the area, so they cleared the streets and nearby buildings before the bomb went off. As unlikely as that sounds, it is the story they are currently pushing through the official media organs.

Obviously, the point of the bombing is the story. In a case like this, you have several possible motivations. One is political. The bomber is trying to make a political point that will eventually be revealed. Given the location, it seems unlikely. There is no government facility at the bombing sight. Nashville has not been a hotbed of radical unrest like Portland or Seattle. There has been little in the way of BLM activity or any made-up claims of right-wing activity.

That does not rule out politics, but it probably means the bomber or bombers are well outside the mainstream. In other words, they are crazies who found a reason to be crazy in this way. A lot of what gets classified as terrorism is in fact crazy people acting on something they picked up from the media. Dylann Roof is the media’s favorite terrorist, but in reality, he is a kid with severe psychological problems. Ted Kaczynski is probably the most famous case of crazy man politics.

You also have the more mundane explanations. The bomber could have been in a dispute with the owner of the building. He may have been romantically involved with someone that works in the building. The man responsible for the worst school shooting in American history was a guy who snapped after a local election. Andrew Kehoe went bonkers, killed his wife, burned down his farm and then went to the local school and killed 38 people before blowing himself up in a truck bomb.

Of course, the usual suspects will be flooding the internet with claims that the bomber is part of some wide-ranging secret conspiracy. He was sent by the deep state or maybe he was sent by Q to attack the deep state. This type of event is catnip for the sorts of people into conspiracy theories. Since it fits in well with the Q-grift and the plan-trusting grift, it will draw in the usual crowd. In fairness, the constant lying by people in authority is driving the rise in conspiracy mongering.

That is not to say there is no conspiracy behind this event. We still have no idea what really happened with the Las Vegas shooting. The assassination of Seth Rich on the streets of DC has never been explained. The truth of the FBI conspiracy to overturn the 2016 election has never been explained. You can make a long list of events over the last decade that have been covered up by the government or explained in a way that strains credulity. People are right to be skeptical.

This is the fruit of ruling class corruption. They refuse to abide by the rules and adequately enforce the rules. This lowers public trust. Then the ruling class tolerates an army of incompetents in the bureaucracy, which only makes the public more skeptical of their institutions. To remedy that problem, the media manufactures lies to explain it all, but those lies are rather easy to disprove. Our authoritarian overclass is a toxic blend of mendacity and mediocrity. They can no longer be trusted on anything.

The thing is it could very well be a sign of things to come. Make enough of the people miserable and some of them will respond. Unlike the old Soviet Union or modern China, the American ruling class is fully exposed. They do not live in guarded compounds surrounded by armed guards. They also rely on a managerial class to implement their rules and policies. Those credentialed managers live in easily accessed neighborhoods and travel around in public, totally unprotected.

Then you have the fact that America has tens of millions of people capable of making a decent truck bomb with common materials. How many people walking around in America have been trained by the military on the basics of this stuff? Think about how many guys saw how IED’s and car bombs were used in the Middle East. You do not even have to have had direct experience with these tactics. The use of car bombs and IED’s has been a staple of the mass media for a generation now.

It may seem farfetched but think about what has been normalized this year that was considered crazy talk in 2019. We have widescale lock downs of the population and official talk of internal passports and social credit systems. As America lurches into a high-tech prison state, expect the inmates to respond accordingly. The IRA made war on the support system of the British occupation this way. They used bombs to tell those people that the British could not protect them. It could happen here.


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tarstarkas
tarstarkas
23 days ago

The first thing I thought when I heard about the bombing was the bomber had about a 98% chance of being named Muhammad something-or-other. Christmas day. Truck bomb. Yeah, Muhammad.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  tarstarkas
23 days ago

I guess we have a bet here…

My spanking new Lamborghini Avanti against your bath slippers?

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  Felix Krull
23 days ago

I’ll take those odds!

I heard about it right when it happened, before all the recorded warning message stuff was coming out.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  tarstarkas
23 days ago

I thought the same as you T. But… the mudflaps typically don’t warn people before they detonate. This is not the work of a pisslamic loon.
The Patriots are likely off the suspect list too. If you push them into situations where suicidal terrorism is on the menu… they tend to go “killdozer”. They will have a strategic target.
The nogs of BLM don’t have the smarts for this, and the spaghetti armed soys of ANTIFA dont have the discipline or the motivation for it.
We are either dealing with a new player or an incredibly focused but deranged nutter.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Glenfilthie
22 days ago

Lots of coal and other mining in TN (=relatively easy access to explosives). My judgment, based on just a few headlines: lone redneck/white trash pushed over edge, ANFO bomb (easily made, this was what they used at Oklahoma City in 1995 (?)), suicide attack. Choice of target, date, and reported warnings consistent with wanting to (pardon the expression) go out with a bang, but not take innocents with him.

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  thezman
23 days ago

I think most folks involved in Antifa are too nihilistic and narcissistic to go to great lengths to warn people.

B125
B125
Reply to  Vizzini
23 days ago

Antifa doesn’t even exist outside Globohomo’s support. They are the muscle of the ruling class to make it more difficult for patriots to gather. And throw fits / cause destruction to pressure politicians and judges.

Unless globohomo wanted this random bomb set off I don’t think Antifa did it. When they’re not on call they’re smoking weed and dilating.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  B125
23 days ago

Antifa are GlobHom’s expendable auxiliaries for softening up patriots before regime forces roll in heavy and mop up.

Antifa would be the first up against the wall or chucked in a ditch on the other side of any armed conflict where GlobHom won.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Vizzini
23 days ago

If the mug shots Andy Ngo posts are any indication I doubt most of them can read, let alone build bombs.

Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
Reply to  thezman
23 days ago

RV’s aren’t sexy enough for Antifa.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Higgs Boson
23 days ago

Apparently, it may have been bought at an auction. Hard to visualize antifa showing up at a vehicle auction to buy a camper van.

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  thezman
23 days ago

I heard about it pretty early. None of the details that came out later were known to me. I think it was around 9:45 or so when I heard it. I just figured major Christian holiday, car bomb, must be the religion of peace.

miforest
Member
Reply to  tarstarkas
23 days ago

no chance. they have never and i do mean never warned ahead of time to avoid deaths . the muslims didn’t do it .

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  miforest
23 days ago

I was just saying I didn’t know that. The jump to the religion of peace was my natural reaction to a truck bomb on a major Christian holiday. But as more details came out, it seemed less certain that it was them.

Mickey
Mickey
Reply to  thezman
23 days ago

Did you really just say “the news says”?

acetone
Member
Reply to  thezman
23 days ago

Can’t be ANTIFA. No free gender reassignment surgery yet in Tennessee. And no Soros DAs in there to issue get out of jail free cards.

Durendal
Durendal
Reply to  tarstarkas
23 days ago

If I was a betting man it will turn out to be a local dispute with the bomber being an unstable person.

usNthem
usNthem
Reply to  Durendal
23 days ago

And I can guarantee you this past year has made a lot more people unstable – hello 2021.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Durendal
23 days ago

Thought the same. The bulldozer/tank guy years ago was pretty good case example of how some white guys get irrationally angry and spend months plotting revenge and going out in a blaze of property damaging “glory” (in their minds, anyway)

This looks much the same, but who knows? No one will ever believe the official explanation, no matter how much evidence they uncover.

B125
B125
Reply to  ProZNoV
23 days ago

In general I think a deranged white guy would do much more damage than this. Most white guy kill themselves quietly on opioids , the few who do actually snap cause severe damage.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  B125
23 days ago

Check out the photos/vids @Breaking911 is posting. https://twitter.com/Breaking911 Looks like alot of damage.

Gravity Denier
Gravity Denier
Reply to  Durendal
23 days ago

An aspiring rapper who can’t stand country music?

Herbert Marcuse
Herbert Marcuse
Reply to  tarstarkas
23 days ago

1) Claims are circulating to the effect that AT&T Nashville [Bell South] had a contract to examine Dominion voting machines: https://twitter.com/kr3at/status/1342673196470964225 Apparently s/p the bombing, AT&T Nashville is in tatters & has been flooded with Fire Department water spray. 2) The FAA has classified airspace around the Nashville bombing scene as “National Defense Airspace”, and has invoked the term “May Use Deadly Force”: https://twitter.com/Breaking911/status/1342891581179916288 And one final reminder – is anyone here old enough to remember the bomb which killed the prospective son-in-law of Georgia Gubner Brian Kemp? I realize it was decades & decades ago, but perhaps some of… Read more »

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Herbert Marcuse
Herbert Marcuse
Reply to  Herbert Marcuse
23 days ago

I have no idea how this sh!t-for-software decides to support [or not support] text formatting.

Rich
Member
Reply to  Herbert Marcuse
23 days ago

The Harrison Deal car explosion was on 12/4/20. It was heard a mile away and the engine block was thrown 50 – 60 yds. from the car. Don’t think he got an audio warning.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  tarstarkas
23 days ago

Mo wouldn’t use a recorded warning and would be going for mass casualties.
Possibles include A wannabe Hans Gruber. the CIA taking out an NSA asset that they think has election info they don’t want in play (or as a warning) or some misguided types.

Herbert Marcuse
Herbert Marcuse
Reply to  abprosper
23 days ago

the CIA taking out an NSA asset that they think has election info they don’t want in play The CIA [and the brass of the DOD] versus the NSA is the only explanation which makes sense anymoar. The explanation also has the added benefit of satisfying the demands of Occam’s Razor. I don’t know much about the fellows in the DOD below the level of the top brass, although everything I’m reading indicates that the USN is now GLBT central command & control, and that the USN can no longer be counted on in an Happening. Oddly enough, though, the… Read more »

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Monty James
Reply to  Herbert Marcuse
23 days ago

From marines.mil, official statement on the tenth anniversary of the abolition of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell:
https://www.marines.mil/News/Messages/Messages-Display/Article/2212651/2020-lesbian-gay-bisexual-and-transgender-pride-month/fbclid/IwAR3jHLrwCIeqQmupZJx5p0p37uc-__veHP_tp2eBGzKN2tr4j6nGR9IcaFo/

2020 LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL AND TRANSGENDER PRIDE MONTH

“The Corps is dedicated to promoting a professional environment free from personal, social, or institutional barriers that prevent Marines from reaching their full potential. This June, Commanders and leaders are encouraged to take time to recognize the 2020 LGBT Pride Month, and promote participation in observance events throughout their local communities.”

Not sure what I can trust them to do at this point. LGBT ain’t some kind of amphibious vehicle.

Last edited 23 days ago by Monty James
Felix Krull
Member
23 days ago

Supposedly, the police were warned there was a bomb in the area, so they cleared the streets and nearby buildings before the bomb went off. As unlikely as that sounds…

The IRA did that in Britain. If the story is legit, it’s most likely white guys.

B125
B125
Reply to  thezman
23 days ago

The media is now fully memory-holing anything related to white men. There are thousands of people protesting in Toronto every week against lockdowns – you wouldn’t even know it happened unless you saw it live.

They are scared of us… But they are also going ramp up the “unpersoning” of us I think. We need to be atomized, and feel that we’re alone in thinking bad thoughts.

Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
Reply to  B125
23 days ago

The media will ignore the threat until their tracheas are ripped out and fashioned into wearable art sold on Etsy.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Higgs Boson
23 days ago

Basically yes.
In war there is now something called the Clinton Doctrine which in a nutshell is “The press is an enemy asset and a primary legitimate target in wartime.”
And note this will be Sinaloa Style “You either shut up or report how we, whover we is, want or else.”

ABCer
ABCer
Reply to  thezman
23 days ago

The videos of the warning and initial news reports had the tape of the weird warning and countdown. As the observed media tendency over decades is the truth slips out the first hour and then is suppressed*, I actually believe the recorded warning and countdown legit. Not to mention the low casualties in comparison to damage to what was partially a residential area support same. *see among many examples the Columbine Shooting: The first news hour was ‘OMG that’s the *Gay* trench coat mafia” after the first hour it became the Trenchcoat Mafia. Gay got the Spike, as Arnaud DeBorcharave… Read more »

Cloudswrest
Cloudswrest
Reply to  thezman
23 days ago

Apparently it took out a major local AT&T network node. Power out, switches destroyed, basement flooded. So it may have been an infrastructure attack with no intended loss of life.

Durendal
Durendal
Reply to  Felix Krull
23 days ago

A couple of years ago I would have agreed with you but Z is correct that nothing coming from the official media or the government can be believed.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Felix Krull
23 days ago

The British establishment was much tougher than our rulers. The American Troubles wouldn’t last very long.

As I noted in my comment, our rulers can give a punch – though they prefer to do so electronically than physically which is telling – but they can’t take a punch. I’m surprised how exposed they are. You’d think that they’d know their weakness and get behind some serious walls.

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
23 days ago

That’s the downside (from their point of view) to all the censorship. They go on Twitter and nobody disagrees with them. They think their opinions are mainstream and everyone agrees with them.

All the clowns of clown-world live without the fear of reprisals. They think they are perfectly safe and normal, that their kids are safe and that their spouses are safe. Perhaps they are. Who knows?

Reply to  tarstarkas
23 days ago

They won’t be safe much longer.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Felix Krull
23 days ago

IRA Progression:

  1. Demand self rule
  2. Bomb, murder and maim
  3. Win self rule
  4. xxxx yyy xxxk hduenv?!?
  5. Voluntarily give up self rule to join EU, go really gay, embrace abortion, eradicate the church that made steps 1-3 possible, all-in on globohomo

Something went seriously amiss at step 4.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  ProZNoV
23 days ago

#4. “How many zeroes need to go into this big check from the EU, lads?”

B125
B125
Reply to  ProZNoV
23 days ago

When you import unlimited Africans to own the Orangemen.

Epaminondas
Member
Reply to  B125
22 days ago

I believe the knuckle-draggers went mainly to Dublin. Am I wrong?

Zippy
Zippy
Reply to  ProZNoV
23 days ago

Great point. What was the point of all the troubles if they were just going to let blacks in and allow trannnies to teach their kids?

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  ProZNoV
23 days ago

Right after the 2017 inauguration, Ireland sent an envoy to plead not to deport the Irish illegals who send hundreds of millions a year back home.

Herbert Marcuse
Herbert Marcuse
Reply to  ProZNoV
23 days ago

Something went seriously amiss at step 4. There’s a dark black emptiness in the heart of the Southern Irish potato n!ggerz which is very difficult for Christians to understand. I imagine the same is true of the Sicilians, although I don’t have nearly as much personal experience with the Sicilians as I have with the Southern Irish. When the Vatican lost its mojo in the early 1960s, and ceased to believe in its own legalisms, the Southern Irish were left without anything to prop up their underlying emptiness. And now they wander the earth purposelessly, as the soullless ghouls which… Read more »

(((They))) Live
(((They))) Live
Reply to  Herbert Marcuse
23 days ago

Tiocfaidh ár lá 🙂

Also just how Irish is Joe Biden, Trump would have a better claim, his mother was a Gael from Scotland

David
David
Reply to  Herbert Marcuse
22 days ago

Us sicilians get a bad rap, but we have a history of being conquered and colonized by literally everybody. No doubt the dna of pirates and rebels runs through our veins. Other Europeans may look down on us but we are definitely not woke progressive liberals. The mafia might even come in handy if the politicians are too cowardly to stop immigration one day.

BTP
Member
Reply to  David
22 days ago

Sicilian Vespers brings a tear to the eye.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  David
22 days ago

I’ll take your cooking any day! 🙂

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  ProZNoV
23 days ago

At least they made it to step 3.

gene
gene
Reply to  Felix Krull
22 days ago

They only made it to step 3 by allying with the Left which meant step 5 was inevitable. The Left is good at politics and will always call in its favors.Step 5 negates step 3.

A-Bax
Reply to  ProZNoV
22 days ago

Part of Irish rebellion is just being anti-English. (A “negative identity” as our esteemed author says). So, the ardent embrace of Papism was party as a middle finger to the English and their Church of England.
Once they had self rule after The Troubles, they didn’t really know what to do with it. They could sense in the air that the English were skeptical of the EU and their Euro, so the Irish were all for it.
If Globohomo and the Poz are the price for giving the middle finger to the English, so be it.

H I
H I
23 days ago

Given the sophistication, warning, and target, the most likely explanation is that this was a warning and/or test regarding the vulnerability of communications infrastructure. An outside possibility is that it was a false flag, but the narrative is moving kinda slowly for that one. The mundane explanations (e.g. ex-employee mad at AT&T) don’t make sense. So who would want to send such a warning or conduct such a test? The conspiracy theories here do fit the attack. It could be one faction or the other in the deep state. These factions exist, and they see their conflict as existential. Rogers… Read more »

H I
H I
Reply to  H I
23 days ago

Rectification of names: “conspiracy theory” is a bad name for the internal warning/test hypothesis because it’s emotional, and because it mischaracterizes the likely mechanism. The likely mechanism is emergent behavior by lower-level members of a patriotic or globalist faction with current or past ties to the security establishment.

Durendal
Durendal
Reply to  thezman
23 days ago

I agree but the stigma of being called a “conspiracy” theorist is losing it’s sting and alot of normal people believe one now.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Durendal
23 days ago

Americans ought to know better than to NOT believe in Conspiracies . After all their nation was founded by a conspiracy called the Committees of Correspondence and by a bunch of guys clandestinely meeting in coffee houses.

Herbert Marcuse
Herbert Marcuse
Reply to  Durendal
23 days ago

I agree but the stigma of being called a “conspiracy” theorist is losing it’s sting and alot of normal people believe one now. At this point, how can anyone NOT believe in the underlying truth of these conspiracies which are unfolding right in front of their noses? Can Fauci & Gates manufacture a vaccine which renders sterile everyone EXCEPT the tiny handful who still fail to see the conspiracies? Preserve the bloodlines of the pathologically clueless so that they can continue to work as the house servants of the oligarchs after the great depopulation of the Earth to only 500… Read more »

sentry
sentry
Reply to  thezman
23 days ago

after alex jones fired david knight at the behest of an israelite disinformer it became obvious he is controlled opposition.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f0-AmOSW1bI

Last edited 23 days ago by sentry
ABCer
ABCer
Reply to  thezman
23 days ago

Yeah Alex Jones had some IRS problems that went away…

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  thezman
23 days ago

Jones is interesting because he correctly calls so much of what is going on, then proceeds to tank his credibility by interviewing Dave Icke and talking about the lizard people for 1/2 an hour.

(((They))) Live
(((They))) Live
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
23 days ago

(((Lizard people)))

Ripple
Ripple
Reply to  (((They))) Live
23 days ago

That’s not what Icke’s talking about, Jew-hater. American presidents, the British royal family, etc.

(((they))) Live
(((they))) Live
Reply to  Ripple
22 days ago

Gradually, I began to hate you

dad29
Reply to  H I
23 days ago

‘Zactly–a proof-of-concept demolition of AT&T network center. Leaves BLM, Antifa, Deep State or Mohammedans as primary suspects except for that warning tape thing.

B125
B125
Reply to  dad29
23 days ago

Religion of peace wouldn’t set off a bomb like this. They’re smarter since 2016 and have toned down the terrorism (for now). If they were to do something, they wouldn’t let you know in advance. Honestly this demonstrates a level of thinking that is too high for the average Mohammedan.

Rwc1963
Rwc1963
Reply to  dad29
22 days ago

None of the above. The BLM folks are too stupid as are the Muzzies. The feds could do it but it exposes the how fragile our telco system is. That is not something they want people to know since the authorities are utterly dependent on it.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  H I
23 days ago

To me, once one enters conspiracyland, this is an obvious shot across the bow to inhibit a pardon for Edward Snowden, who spilled the beans on how AT&T shares data with the feds. A false flag. “How can you even think about pardoning Snowden when his buddies are blowing up buildings?”

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Dutch
23 days ago

Alternatively, it is an excuse to selectively shut down both the internet and the other government communication networks at will, going forward for the next few weeks, if Trump has ideas and some factions of the government might be in league with him. See, once you enter conspiracyland, the sky’s the limit. We live in such interesting times…

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Dutch
23 days ago

Trump couldn’t order a ham sandwich from the White House kitchen and have the request honored at this point.

Sad but true.

Major Hoople
Major Hoople
Member
23 days ago

Weird thing is the warning to evacuate. To me it rules out Islamists, and makes a demonstration of some kind, either politically domestic, or a foreign country telling intelligence agencies to F off. Anon conspiracies are out in full force, tying it to the ATT building, and thence to the Georgia runoff. Seems unlikely that something like this could be assembled that quickly, but what do I know. What I do feel confident about is that this is our future. The Left are the ones who have crossed the Rubicon, engaged in sedition against an elected president, and now brazenly… Read more »

Major Hoople
Major Hoople
Member
Reply to  Major Hoople
23 days ago

Ah, from crowds.

krustykurmudgeon
krustykurmudgeon
Reply to  Major Hoople
23 days ago

isn’t the reason why ayers isn’t rotting away in jail serving infinity life sentences because he never actually killed anyone and had the buildings evacuated before he bombed them?

Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
Reply to  krustykurmudgeon
23 days ago

He’s living the high life of an informant.

Gunner Q
Reply to  krustykurmudgeon
23 days ago

No, the FBI used illegal surveillance tactics against him.

Dinothedoxie
Dinothedoxie
Reply to  krustykurmudgeon
23 days ago

That and he was an informant / provocateur.

Judge Smails
Judge Smails
23 days ago
Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
23 days ago

Tasty piece of mind candy here. Etched into the minds of all now is the potential of all RV’s being bombs, something security operations at the inauguration will no doubt be losing their sh🤡t over. Meanwhile, the C-4 packed saintmobile Prius (plural?) escapes the attention of the dc police and slips unnoticed into the secured zone.

dad29
Reply to  Higgs Boson
23 days ago

Prius (plural?)
Prii

Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
Reply to  dad29
23 days ago

Boom boom boom boom.

MN Steel
MN Steel
Reply to  dad29
23 days ago

Why use a Prius when you can use a self-detonating Tesla?

Vizzini
Vizzini
23 days ago

I was involved in some of the very early post-911 collaboration between AT&T and the NSA (the list of people who know more about the  Narus STA 6400 than me is pretty short). I was a contractor doing work deeply involved in the effort but not “need to know” so there was always squirrelly stuff going on just out of earshot of me. It was very spooky at times. I’ve been in some of those AT&T NOCs.

The idea that the choice of this AT&T building was a political one is extremely plausible.

Last edited 23 days ago by Vizzini
grandee
grandee
Reply to  thezman
23 days ago

The big red wall built in front of the ATT building you see all the pictures is a blast wall. Built specifically to protect the building from just what happened. Sorta worked.

Dr. Dre
Dr. Dre
Reply to  grandee
20 days ago

We live 35 miles south of Nashville. At 11:03 AM Christmas Day our internet went down, along with landline phone, cable TV followed a short time later and our new AT&T service cell phones quit, too. Went to a friend’s to use her Verizon mobile phone to call relatives out-of-state to wish them a Merry Xmas and to tell them we were OK. Emergency services like 9-1-1 were kaboloxed, not sure for how long. The outage got as far as KY and AL. It was almost 48 hours later that we got the cell phones back, followed by the rest… Read more »

Durendal
Durendal
Reply to  Vizzini
23 days ago

Wasn’t there a quite sophisticated “attack” on communication hub or electrical station out in California a few years ago? I thought former navy seal Matt Bracken commented that it had all the hallmarks of a dry run or proof of concept attack? Interesting speculation.

H I
H I
Reply to  Durendal
23 days ago

Yes, a sniper hit on the cooling system of a transformer substation in South San Jose. Coolant leaked, expensive equipment fried.

whitney
Member
23 days ago

Okay, does anyone else have that page from Google that’s just a list of links ‘you might be interested in’ sometimes it is and sometimes it isn’t. Like for some reason I got a lot of sports and then you can say I’m not interested in that but they keep pushing the sports or degeneracy anyway. they really love pushing that. Anyway for the last week it’s been solid RV stuff. I don’t know why And I just find it weird.

Peabody
Peabody
Reply to  whitney
23 days ago

I was talking with my BIL last night about how RV dealers are probably having their best year ever since people still want/need to travel but refuse to suffer the indignities of the current flying situation. Would anyone be surprised if some contrivance arose to crush that mode of travel?

Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
Reply to  Peabody
23 days ago

Not until public restrooms are available again.

Gunner Q
Reply to  whitney
23 days ago

In California, a lot of people were recently buying or renting RVs in order to visit family while observing quarantines. That could explain the Big Tech staffers thinking about RVs.

God, I hate the quarantines. There’s so many True Believers here… so many Baby Boomers willing to sacrifice the world just to avoid the 5% worst-case mortality rate of a Coof-death. Face it, Gramps, when you’re 70 and in remission from cancer, every year has a 5% mortality rate.

whitney
Member
Reply to  Gunner Q
23 days ago

So many True Believers! Or even if they’re not true believers they’re halfway there. I know 0 people like me in real life who think this is essentially a bad flu and whatever is happening is Sinister

Zippy
Zippy
Reply to  Gunner Q
23 days ago

I think January will be month 10 of masks and quarantine. Its horrible.

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  whitney
23 days ago

Google knows everything you do and probably predicted your upcoming actions and subsequent needs. Obviously, given what happened to your last RV, they knew you’d be in the market for a new one!

MikeCLT
MikeCLT
23 days ago

I always thought Zman’s prediction that civil unrest in the US would look like The Troubles more than Bosnia to be spot on.

Judge Smails
Judge Smails
Reply to  MikeCLT
23 days ago

For some reason, earlier this week, I finally decided to pick up the books by Selco Begovic that I bought months ago but never got around to reading.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Judge Smails
23 days ago

Scary stuff. Good reading.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  MikeCLT
23 days ago

Or something like the decade long Algerian civil war.

Joey Jünger
Joey Jünger
23 days ago

I think whatever amount of terrorism we have coming (and I think it’s coming) it will pale in comparison to the horror of infrastructure collapse. Because politicians have to obey lobbyists, they have to veto as much sensible “roads and bridges” legislation as they can. Look up the “Morandi Bridge” collapse in 2018. Italy has the excuse of being a truly ancient civilization. The Baltimore Gas & Electric explosion in your neck of the woods, and the indifference to lead in the water in Flint, are partially a result of vibrancy scaring away productivity, but it’s also the fact that… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Joey Jünger
23 days ago

and the government has to rely on their frontline protection by Laquisha and Tyrone

I wonder at what point do they become race realists?

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The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Falcone
23 days ago

What about Pedro, Chen, Sandeep, and Abdul?

(((They))) Live
(((They))) Live
Reply to  Falcone
23 days ago

The people at the top are all race realists, they know everything about race that you know, and maybe they know a little extra, but they want to keep their seats at the top table, so they push the lies and pretend to believe, no different to the USSR or and ideological system, even religions are the same, I bet at leat 50% of the priests in the Vatican are atheists, an even higher number are homo

Falcone
Falcone
23 days ago

could be a disgruntled fan of Camper Van Beethoven

Joey Jünger
Joey Jünger
Reply to  Falcone
23 days ago

I’m sure Abe Foxman thinks “Take the Skinheads bowling” is a Screwdriver song.

Kentucky Headhunter
Kentucky Headhunter
23 days ago

It wasn’t just a mobile meth lab that went boom?

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Kentucky Headhunter
23 days ago

could very well be

I wouldn’t doubt it

Gunner Q
Reply to  Kentucky Headhunter
23 days ago

That was my thought. A drug dealer tried to relocate his meth lab during a raid, police dogged him, he got trapped on the streets of downtown Nashville and a standoff happened with him threatening to light a match. That would explain the swift police presence, evacuation orders and giant kaboom… but not the swift FBI presence.

The aftermath isn’t fitting that possibility. Sad. I was going to do a “Walter White Christmas” post.

Tom K
Tom K
Reply to  Kentucky Headhunter
23 days ago

I wasn’t gonna bring this up, because I’m fairly sure that dozens of these types of random incidents get reported around major news events like this, but an RV looking exactly like the one they’ve been showing in the news passed me 2 days before Christmas. It whipped around me as I turned onto our residential street from the major arterial I was on. Guy(?) was honking his horn at me while passing at a high rate of speed, almost tipping over onto his left side. I was thinking “F*ck U Jesse Pinkman.” Anyway, I don’t live anywhere near Nashville.

miforest
Member
Reply to  Kentucky Headhunter
23 days ago

no. thats silly

Mis(ter)Anthrope
Reply to  Kentucky Headhunter
22 days ago

There are very few meth labs in this country anymore. In the last 7 years as a defense attorney, I have not seen one case that involved a charge of manufacturing meth. There used to be a lot of them.

The meth trade is now run by the cartels and the stuff comes right over the wide open border. The stuff is much higher quality and cheaper than hillbilly meth. Plus, the cartels don’t like competitors and will kill anyone who interferes with their markets. Local producers are few and far between.

acetone
Member
23 days ago

FBI, johnny on the spot with the crazy-guy nonpolitical bombing in Nashville.
https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2020/12/26/nashville-bomb-fbi-investigates-explosion-human-remains-at-t-down/4047211001/

FBI, cricket sounds when it comes to ANTIFA domestic terrorism and election irregularities.

Judge Smails
Judge Smails
Reply to  acetone
23 days ago

It is probably the same crack squad of 15 agents they sent to Daytona to investigate a garage door pull down rope.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
23 days ago

Unlike the old Soviet Union or modern China, the American ruling class is fully exposed.  I’ve been saying for awhile that our rulers are laughably soft compared to past oppressors. The Bolsheviks, the Chinese communists, etc. imposed their will in an up close and personal way. They were also willing in the early days to put themselves on the line for their cause. Basically, they could both give and take a punch. What’s more, they knew what it felt like to be in the ring, the blood, the screams, the ugliness of it all. Our rulers have huge advantages over… Read more »

Zippy
Zippy
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
23 days ago

this is me,,, raising my hand…..

Epaminondas
Member
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
22 days ago

Hello, FBI. Just so you know, I have no idea how to make a simple bomb. An IED is well above my pay grade.

ABCer
ABCer
23 days ago

Ah yes the IRA, as it happens Revolver.com news picked this gem off twitter and the point is: The Irish. https://twitter.com/FordFischer/status/1342574843481513986 See there was a warning, and a weirdo on Youtube put up some stuff about COVID Irish lockdowns and…and..only the IRA gives warnings [gave warnings, the IRA is gone for 20 years] but using CSI/QAnon …. Yes, the actual Irish, based on Apophenic induction. Apophenia- ‘is the tendency to perceive meaningful connections between unrelated things’, see Q et al. Now since I’m actually Irish American I can’t rule it out, except to say not me or mine. It was… Read more »

Barnard
Barnard
23 days ago

The only logical explanation I can think of is someone needed to disrupt cell service to commit a heist. Some security companies have switched their services to cellular in the last few years after previously requiring landlines. The location and warning before the explosion are odd, there is no reason to think this would be a crowded area on Christmas morning. It could have been a crazy person with no real motive too.

MN Steel
MN Steel
Reply to  Barnard
23 days ago

A jammer would be cheaper and being less attention.

Steve in PA
Steve in PA
Reply to  Barnard
22 days ago

So you watched Die Hard with a Vengeance on Christmas?

Bilejones
Member
23 days ago

The obvious one is that the dwarf Yid Shapiro recently moved to that neck of the woods and the FBI, now free of the onerous job of trying to overthrow The Orange Man, can go back to their regular day job of manufacturing exploding Mohamed’s.

krustykurmudgeon
krustykurmudgeon
23 days ago

this very well, as Z said, not be politically motivated. Nonetheless I feel we are edging towards the era of the IRA, RAF, PLO, SLA and what not.

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  krustykurmudgeon
23 days ago

We should be so lucky that Joe Six Pack Ameri-tard Sheeple finally finds his sack and realizes that his country is a shambling corpse being pulled apart by vultures. There are some encouraging signs lately, let’s see if the fire is truly lit.

B125
B125
Reply to  Apex Predator
23 days ago

If this happens, and the fires are actually lit, the level of violence will be so extreme that even I shudder to think about it. Imagine Killdozer man / McVeigh / Tarrant x 40 million guys. White men are quite docile but when they go crazy they are extremely insane and violent, plus high iq and handy.

We shall see. I do have the image of 40 million guys driving around bulldozers through DC lol.

But it is quite easy to see scenarios where things do spiral badly out of control, quickly.

SamlAdams
SamlAdams
23 days ago

One oddity was from one good aerial shot of the blast site. No apparent cratering. Looks more like the gas explosions saw in the FD. More of a big “push”. Propane (nat gas is lighter than air) flows more like water and if all the outlets were sealed and the interior stripped out could create a good sized explosion with an ignition point at the ceiling of the vehicle. Nat gas problems usually come from the opposite–gas layers at the ceiling then descends to find a pilot light or electrical/static spark within the lower/upper explosive range. And a basement room… Read more »

Allen
23 days ago

Though I don’t think it’s the case here, but this is how one could go about making people susceptible to revolt against a feckless, incompetent ruling class. Take innocuous seeming situations, an RV or school bus parked somewhere, and then blow it up. The ruling class as we currently have will then tell some lies about it, they can’t help themselves. The people then transfer their fear and anger to the ruling class instead of the perpetrators. Hell, that doesn’t even have to be the case, but it’s going to happen here. The FBI has shot their bolt, and they’ll… Read more »

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Apex Predator
Apex Predator
23 days ago

“You can make a long list of events over the last decade that have been covered up by the government or explained in a way that strains credulity” A 52 story solidly built concrete building with steel columns & girders experiences a few small fires from debris on a couple of floors. Several hours later with the fires still largely contained in small areas the entire building collapses neatly into it’s own footprint at free fall speed turning into a little pile of rubble from a couple of office fires. I’ll take: “Shit that doesn’t occur naturally according to the… Read more »

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Zippy
Zippy
Reply to  Apex Predator
23 days ago

i totally get. The bad optics of those. Towers coming down. What i. Can’t get,,, is the number of people that HAD to know it was a demolition by the government, who could keep this secret. I get the optics, not the back story.

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Zippy
23 days ago

Or why WTC7 had to quietly come down hours after the money shots of the twin towers falling. Also, where were the explosions that precipitate a demolition?

I just can’t get on the troofer train. The sheer complexity of it defies possibility.

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  KGB
22 days ago

Actually in some footage there does appear to be some odd looking small charges prior to building collapse. I’m not a ‘truther’ but unless you are a total fucking retard with no understanding of physics / thermodynamics it strains credulity past the breaking point that a perfectly good 52 story building collapsed at free fall speed into its footprint from a few office fires in a single section of the structure. I have no idea what actually happened but you appear to be on the ‘meh, whatever’ bandwagon of simply waving it off and not acknowledging it is bizarre in… Read more »

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Ida Ho
Ida Ho
Reply to  Apex Predator
22 days ago

What are the tolerances of the building?
Energy from the plane hit?
Energy from the multiple floors burning?

King Tut
King Tut
23 days ago

Excellent article, Zman. But must take issue with you on one point: the British did not and do not “occupy” N.Ireland, it is part of the United Kingdom. Similarly, the USA does not “occupy” Alaska or Hawaii.

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  King Tut
23 days ago

Given the recent fad for stolen land acknowledgments, there are a bunch of blue-haired misfits that would disagree with you about that!

nailheadtom
Reply to  King Tut
22 days ago

The USA, in a very real sense, currently occupies Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Germany, South Korea and Japan. None of those places can make decisions or take actions that are considered inimical to the interests of the American ruling class.

Ida Ho
Ida Ho
Reply to  King Tut
22 days ago

If you’ve been somewhere for 800 years then you’re not an occupier.

FashGordon
FashGordon
23 days ago

Well I stopped giving a single shit about USA cucks and I feel alot better. My plan now is to move to eastern europe asap and hold the line as best I can there. USA is sinking ship anyway from the macro trends so there’s no real positive future for anyone here anyway. Your gov’t doesn’t even control your currency, the jews that run the Fed reserve do. Dollar will be worth half as much in 10 years if that. No social security for anyone under 50, it’s already spent. Get out now if you have half a brain. I… Read more »

sentry
sentry
Reply to  FashGordon
23 days ago

you are correct, even if let’s say through some miracle usa returns to peace and quiet, reality is you can’t be sure your descendents will end up white, more and more white american kids enter interracial relationships(assuming they copulate or that they’ll even be fertile in the future), it’s better to go to eastern europe, where whites are prevalent.

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B125
B125
Reply to  sentry
23 days ago

How do you know eastern europe will be ok though? Only Hungary and Russia seem trustworthy. And even then when Orban and Putin die or leave it could change.

I don’t see how white flight works any longer, tbh.

Re race mixing I know some american families where like half their line is now mongrelized. Quite sad. There is alot of race mixing in Toronto too – as much as wignats love to hate on white women, white men seem just as likely to mix. And I’m seeing increasing numbers of mixed couples where both partners are non-white.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  B125
23 days ago

i’m not a good news giver, no one is truly safe from global israel order, i’m just sayin’ usa population will probably suffer worse fate than eastern europeans.
let me put it this way, in case american whites get wiped out or ruin their genes it’s better to have a white american diaspora out there that MIGHT not suffer the same fate as them, see it as a contingency plan.

Hun
Hun
Reply to  B125
23 days ago

Hungary is more Covid cucked than the worst US states.

Member
Reply to  B125
22 days ago

The US is currently the hub of the globalist wheel. As long as it remains intact and remains pozzed it will continue to at least try to spread its poison everywhere. So yes, if the current ruling class stays in power here there is no place to run long term. Then again if they are overthrown there will be plenty of good places even in the US that will remain good for us. No more migrant camps, section 8 housing, welfare, affirmative action, federally driven LBGTQ agendas in the public schools… All those river of shit originate in DC. Stop… Read more »

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  FashGordon
23 days ago

The problem is that when the US goes down, the repercussions will hit pretty much everywhere.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  RoBG
23 days ago

I should have made my myself clear: countries holding US debt; Countries using US dollars as their reserve currency. Also countries reliant upon remittances in US dollars. That’s a whole lot of pain right there.

(((They))) Live
(((They))) Live
Reply to  RoBG
23 days ago

Yes, 1000 times yes, some type of break up of the US would a great thing for Europe, the US is the strong horse that leads the West, without the US that role would then possibly fall to Russia and or Germany, not perfect, but better than the US as it is today

Yes yes, I know that Germany is controlled by idiots and fags, but in the end I think thats because of the US/Globo homo

miforest
Member
Reply to  FashGordon
23 days ago

good luck there . hope for the best for you

Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
23 days ago

Confirmed: straight white Christian males

https://mobile.twitter.com/narsocial/status/1342894401073385473

Or so it would seem. They’re not sending in Imams, social workers, a team of psychologists, ACLU lawyers or a legal team from EEOC.

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Zippy
Zippy
23 days ago

It could happen here

Let it blossom, let it grow

Fred Farkle
Member
23 days ago

Zman writes as if the AT&T NOC is *not* a government facility? Puh-leeze.

This whole deal is already as hinky as Las Vegas. Bad bad smell. Big, big coverup.

Jason
Jason
23 days ago

Credible reports are emerging implicating Hunter Biden in this explosion. Twitter and Facebook are censoring all these stories. Dr. Jill Biden has stated on the record that she was treating Hunter at the Biden-Fang-Fang Clinic at the time of the explosion.

Strike Three
Strike Three
23 days ago

It’s amazing how clouded our epistemology has become. I do know that a place called Nashville, TN exists. But I don’t know if the videos of this event are real. I don’t know if the audio warnings were real, or merely inserted after the fact. And because I was not personally there when it (allegedly) happened, I cannot know if this bombing even occurred. Remember that part in 1984 where Winston finds the Edwardian-era room for rent in the old proletarian part of town? He rents the room in order to feel what it’s like to live in a place… Read more »

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  Strike Three
23 days ago

That was really a movie about a volleyball being forced to listen to Tom Hanks.

Arcadian
Arcadian
Reply to  Vizzini
22 days ago

And it did everything in its power to escape.

Member
Reply to  Strike Three
23 days ago

I think about epistemology a lot lately. How do we really know anything? Especially today, how do you know that anything you see in the media is real? I think in the future we’ll all be forced to be a lot more skeptical of what we are told about the world outside our line of sight much less events thousands of miles away. A few days ago someone here posted a question about mass shootings. How do we even know these things occurred? Nevermind the questions about whether the alleged shooters really did it. I think we might eventually be… Read more »

Zippy
Zippy
Reply to  pozymandias
22 days ago

your last paragraph is how I approach events that others would say are made in with a green screen. I think the media spins events, but I don’t think they cooperate with a phony, invented event.

Arcadian
Arcadian
Reply to  pozymandias
22 days ago

Look up Operation Himmlerand, 1939. Nothing new, the False Flag, or staged event. Remember the Maine!

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  pozymandias
22 days ago

Taken to an extreme, how can we be sure anything is real. Google “brain in a vat” if you’d like to wide through the mire of philosophy 😀 On a more practical level, one of the biggest boons of a “real” education is simply that it it’ll give you the power to decide on whether a given claim is probable or even possible. For example, sadly one person shooting one, ten, or fifty others is possible. Rare fortunately, but possible. A vehicle filled with explosives and blowing up is possible. A suicidal maniac willing to die in the vehicle is… Read more »

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JR Wirth
JR Wirth
23 days ago

If whomever did this doesn’t leave a clear letter or other communication, the powers that be will use their media helpers to pin it on a ADL shortlist group.

RoBG
RoBG
23 days ago

Person of interest in Christmas Day Nashville bombing identified as 63-year-old Anthony Quinn Warner” – CBS Who knows?

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  RoBG
23 days ago

Another three-named patsy who’s first and middle names are shared with a Mexican-American actor.

Huh.

Nunnya Bidnez, jr
Nunnya Bidnez, jr
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
23 days ago

Quinn the Eskimo?
Savage Innocents

Rich
Member
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
23 days ago

And the last name is from the movie industry also. So, this was all an act.

Reziac
Reziac
Reply to  RoBG
23 days ago

Reportedly the RV’s license plate is visible on other surveillance footage. That would be easy enough to trace to its owner. This Warner guy reportedly had such an RV, and a history of felony drug possession. Starting to look like nothing more than a loud, messy suicide.
https://www.newsweek.com/who-anthony-quinn-warner-fbi-searches-home-suspect-nashville-blast-1557408

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  Reziac
22 days ago

“History of felony drug possession” is one incident from the 1970s, 40-some years ago. You really can’t extrapolate much about the guy from that.

Member
Reply to  Reziac
22 days ago

This is what I was thinking was the reason they had a suspect so soon. If the bombers were hoping to get away with it they would do something about the plate such as replacing it with a stolen one or just removing it.

SamlAdams
SamlAdams
Reply to  pozymandias
21 days ago

Investigators just pull one of the VIN plates or etchings from the wreckage. That is how they traced the WTC bomber so quickly to a U-Haul facility in NJ.

Member
Reply to  SamlAdams
21 days ago

Yeah, there’s that too. I was just thinking that a bogus licence plate might give them time to get out of the area since running a plate is probably a lot quicker than going through wreckage.

D G
D G
23 days ago

This is a member of the DR showing how effective protest can be done without getting caught.

B125
B125
23 days ago

Radicalized Q boomer maybe?

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  B125
23 days ago

In a dying America, just another old White man with nowhere to go but out.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  B125
23 days ago

or a boomer with a new RV who wouldn’t RTFM, and accidentally blew himself up.

Reziac
Reziac
23 days ago

Surveillance camera down the street recorded audio for several minutes before the Nashville blast:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nygTJeu9fU
People with explosives expertise have been saying this looks more like a meth lab or propane explosion than the usual fertilizer bomb. Noisy and relatively vertical blast field, but not nearly as destructive as it could have been.

Member
Reply to  Reziac
23 days ago

One important step in figuring this out is the answer to the question of whether it was a deflagration (subsonic), or detonation (supersonic). Lots of prosaic everyday things from propane tanks, to gasoline vapor, to meth labs will deflagrate. They can certainly kill people and cause destruction but not as efficiently as detonations. The problem is that deflagration doesn’t rule out deliberate action while detonation (pretty much) rules out accident.

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  pozymandias
22 days ago

I think warning recordings that the vehicle will detonate in X minutes pretty much rules out accident.

Member
Reply to  Vizzini
22 days ago

When I wrote that I was still not sure whether the warning tape was fake news or not. It seems like it really happened though so we can now rule out accident.

Member
23 days ago

The last line reminded me of this podcast on a potential 2nd Civil War in America.
https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-it-could-happen-here-30717896/
The presenter is fairly left of centre, but his experience in the sandbox lends some credibility to his presentation.

WJ16
WJ16
Reply to  Raymond R
22 days ago

Couldn’t get past his leftism in the first podcast. It’s a shame because it’s an interesting topic.

AnotherAnon
AnotherAnon
Reply to  Raymond R
22 days ago

Can’t get past the brain dead Climate Changery. But the Citi ad at the beginning was a good dose of new reality.

Monty James
23 days ago

This story was posted at 12:43 pm PST. This must be some sort of speed record:

https://news.yahoo.com/widespread-outages-continue-tennessee-following-160708081-204309824.html?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly90cmVuZHMuZ2FiLmNvbS9pdGVtLzVmZTdhYTU0NmRkODE5NTljZDk0Mjk5Mg&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAACBN-f4W5qwfKsOfHvspl7doczPONi1ANzoRvIAPQ8ODkC3tquzpiTyQWseVhu5m9hbVb2uQevV4a3oSoYC2ZYkaeje1pBCJ74KVsWtNgPNu6lrPUelbTfYhCsQH23BAoQ-bl-dHmjXGq3OHkVOOnSUFWlWgpqO50p9WhM6gRzz5

FBI at home of possible person of interest in Nashville bomb

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Federal investigators have identified a person of interest in connection with the explosion that rocked downtown Nashville on Christmas Day and were searching a home associated with that person, law enforcement officials said Saturday.

dad29
Reply to  Monty James
22 days ago

Note well: they found this guy’s house in <12 hours but cannot find an entire semi-trailer full of ballots in Pennsylvania.

TomA
TomA
23 days ago

One of the iconic photos from the Vietnam War era was of a monk dousing himself with gasoline and then setting himself afire. As such, it was a protest heard round the world. Perhaps the Nashville incident is a similar act of desperation protest by someone who has had his life ruined by the COVID tyranny.

ABCer
ABCer
23 days ago

The Paradox of modern Liberal Governance

What is the point of governing your citizens through hate if 
the government is what they hate the most?

How messed up are you when the Nazbols (Nazis) think you’re Fascist?

Watson Elementary School
Watson Elementary School
23 days ago

Das teevee was all about collective, unity, togetherness after the Kabuki bomb theater.
I checked the calendar and location but it wasn’t 1917 or Russia.
AT&T? Don’t they do almost all of the comms for fedgov?
Hmm…so hmm.

Dennis Roe
Dennis Roe
23 days ago

It was a mall santa claus, laid off, tired of livin in his bago, down by the river. The country music awards sent him over the edge.

Rich
Member
23 days ago

My guess is some intersection of AT&T and the stealection. But we’ll probably never know the truth, only the fiction.
Wait, I’m sorry, we do have the FBI to sort it all out.

Member
Reply to  Rich
22 days ago

I don’t know if I trust them. Let’s hope their record keeping is good enough that they know which of their agents did it 😉

Ripple
Ripple
23 days ago

Andrew Kehoe didn’t shoot up the school, he blew it up.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
23 days ago

well anything less than that lebanon port blast isn’t going to get my interest.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
23 days ago

Elon is going to manufacturer RVs that are designed to be blown up. Save a ton on warranty costs….

Rwc1963
Rwc1963
22 days ago

Actually there was something of value on that location. A telco center which the explosion took out. 911 in 3 states(roughly 100 miles in each direction) were/are knocked out as are police communications to a degree since they now rely on the same infrastructure as we do.
Most folks have no clue how exposed our telco system is. Either the bomber was lucky or a telco person. BTW these are the last people the corporate world and feds should piss off. Because they can reduce both to being blind and out of commission.

G Lordon Giddy
G Lordon Giddy
22 days ago

I was driving yesterday for a holiday visit and I noticed a person running in the highway then getting hit by a speeding car and slung to the curve, I stopped to check on the person whom I found out was not badly hurt but as I also found out quickly a total nut job, this person was mentally deranged.
They are out there.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
22 days ago

Some crazy dude came from behind a building and charged at my buddy on his motorcycle to get himself hit deliberately

Some crazies out there

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
22 days ago

I just saw a woman out walking her dog.

On the side of an interstate highway.

trackback
22 days ago

[…] This is the fruit of ruling class corruption. They refuse to abide by the rules and adequately enforce the rules. This lowers public trust. Then the ruling class tolerates an army of incompetents in the bureaucracy, which only makes the public more skeptical of their institutions. To remedy that problem, the media manufactures lies to explain it all, but those lies are rather easy to disprove. Our authoritarian overclass is a toxic blend of mendacity and mediocrity. They can no longer be trusted on anything. […]

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
22 days ago

The motive seems to be coming into focus. Granted, this comes from federal law enforcement and is being filtered through the propaganda organs, so it may be disinformation. With that caveat: There are indications the bomber was into the 5G conspiracy theory. For those who don’t know, this is a belief fairly widely held by nutjobs in Britain that the coronavirus has been caused or transmitted by the towers and transmission lines of the newest generation of high speed broadband. Several hundred towers have been destroyed by fires and bombs in the UK by the believers. The conspiracy theory was… Read more »

Last edited 22 days ago by Jack Dobson
dad29
Reply to  Jack Dobson
22 days ago

That’s what the FEEBS want you to know. Fits their ‘White Christian Nationalist Trumpist Conspiracy Nut’ narrative well, doesn’t it?

How about Occam’s Razor? Guy was forced out of his AT&T job and replaced with an H1-B el-cheapo, winds up doing grungy contract work on PC databases/comms for Realtors

Finally says F*** AT&T and blows up their building..

Zippy
Zippy
Reply to  Jack Dobson
22 days ago

I don’t know, I think 5g conspiracy is not necessarily a green thing

KeepTheChange
KeepTheChange
22 days ago

I’ve also read where the bomber was targeting 5G and the enhanced Surveillance State that it can create.

But getting to a point that was made in the column, many of us don’t believe ANYTHING that we’re being told by big media. This does give easy rise to conspiracy theories. For instance, it could be that the FBI knew that this guy was slipping (in some forum) and egged him on to do something crazy. It just gives the FBI more power to snoop.

This country is broken and that must be what our Rulers want.

Pip McGuigin
Member
22 days ago

We will never know who did the Nashville bombing. So, I will say with total media -like confidence, that an anonymous eye witness account claims it was “the same guy who shot up Las Vegas.” Arguments?Could be Hunter Biden.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
22 days ago

Trump just cucked and signed the $900B pork-laden stimulus bill.

It’s kayfabe all the way down.

No one is coming to save us.