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The Columbus Gyro Restaurant Rampage “Random Attack”: A Somali man named Mohammed comes into a restaurant called “Nazareth” and asks about the religion and national origin of the owner. He is told that the owner is a Christian Arab emigre from Israel. So Mohammed comes back a half hour later with a machete and a murderous rage.

These two lines in the CBS news article come as no surprise:

“It remained unclear what sparked the attacks. ‘Right now there’s nothing that leads us to believe that this is anything but a random attack’ “

No motive? Random? A real puzzler. Anyone with a room temperature IQ could solve this one.

These typical dismissive statements are clearly intended to deflect television viewers from the real issues: A.) Radical Islam and B.) Loose U.S. immigration policy on military age male Islamists, without sufficient screening on radical ties, other than the DHS/TSA’s horribly flawed No Fly Watchlist. Don’t be duped by the “lamestream” media. I’ve said it before: We are living in the Age of Deception and Betrayal.- JWR

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US Army Develops Integral Dry Lubricant To Replace CLP – I find the term “permanent” a bit hard to swallow but a long-lasting dry lubricant would sure be welcome. – G.P.

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Canada – HMCS Fredericton Heads to Aegean Sea…Do You Know Where The Aegean Sea Is?The drumbeats of war are getting louder… – P.A.

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From the fine folks who brought you Round Up, Terminator Seeds, and other problems for your life: Zika HOAX exposed by South American doctors: Brain deformations caused by larvicide chemical linked to Monsanto; GM mosquitoes a ‘total failure’ – RBS

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From the desk of Mike Williamson, SurvivalBlog Editor At Large: Bolt on winch – I’d be leery of ongoing use damaging bearings, and even a hard single use breaking an axle. I believe this concept has been marketed before. It would probably be okay for occasional use on a passenger vehicle.

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