ISIS Warns of Knife Attack 'Surprises' at Concerts

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ISIS Warns of Knife Attack 'Surprises' at Concerts

by ThunderStealer » Sun Oct 07, 2018 12:57 am

Shortly after the one-year anniversary of the mass shooting that targeted an outdoor concert on the Las Vegas Strip, a pro-ISIS media group is circulating an online poster warning of knife attacks at musical events.

Previous releases from Remah Media Production included a January poster showing a jihadist standing in front of a cityscape vowing to "sink America" and another showing jihadists standing in front of a nondescript legislative building vowing that "soon you will taste agony." The group has also released video nasheeds, or songs to inspire terrorists.

In the new poster, a jihadist wearing a suit jacket stands with a large knife behind his back while behind concert-goers whose attention is fixed on the stage.

"Wait for our surprises," warns the text, signed "Islamic State."

I'm not sure how to take this anymore. First, there's the potential that this is a CIA false flag by their proxy to push us back into war mode, especially when it happens they can say "see, you were warned, we need to nuke everyone" while their below average IQ cutout gets hauled off to prison, or happens to die at the scene. Second, there's the potential that the splintered remains of ISIS managed to disseminate a public threat from mommies basement with some chance they'll succeed based on a roulette style gamble should they actually knife concert goers to death. Third, this may just be BS from the John McCain backed, self appointed caliphate, hoping that some loner who thinks he'll be famous if he leads the charge takes the reigns. As Remus at the WoodPileReport warns us, avoid crowded places.


https://pjmedia.com/homeland-security/i ... -concerts/

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