Report: German Government Covered Up Terror Attack at Soccer Stadium

Witnesses told not to talk about discovery of bombs

German authorities covered up the fact that explosives were found during an attempted terror attack at a soccer stadium earlier this week, according to an eyewitness who was told to keep quiet about what he saw.

Bild newspaper has published the testimony of a paramedic who saw an explosive device in an ambulance before the Germany vs Netherlands game which was canceled on Tuesday night after French intelligence tipped off German authorities about an impending attack involving three bombs to be detonated at the stadium and another two at a bus stop and a train station.

Authorities later claimed that no explosives were found, but the paramedic says he witnessed the bomb and was “told not to talk about it” after special forces arrived on the scene.

Three police officers have also reportedly been disciplined for leaking information about the alleged discovery of the bombs.

German authorities may have decided to conceal the fact that the explosives were found in order to prevent panic amongst the fans who had gathered around the stadium before the match.

However, given that German police have been caught covering up rapes and other crimes involving migrants flooding into the country via the wave of refugees in order to not legitimize critics of the migrant influx, could the decision to cover-up the discovery of the bombs have been made under a similar justification?

The cell that planned to detonate the explosives reportedly consisted of five people.

After last week’s massacre in Paris, it was confirmed that at least three of the jihadists linked to the plot had exploited the migrant crisis in order to slip into Europe, including the alleged mastermind behind the attacks Abdelhamid Abaaoud.

Abaaoud bragged about being able to travel freely throughout Europe without being intercepted by authorities, telling Dabiq magazine, “My name and picture were all over the news yet I was able to stay in their homeland, plan operations against them and leave safely when doing so became necessary.”

Ahmad Almohammad, the first Stade de France suicide bomber, also used a fake Syrian passport to sneak into Europe via Greece by posing as an asylum seeker.

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ISIS Terrorists Threaten #LondonAttack

Chilling tweets feature images of explosives, threats to target government buildings

by Paul Joseph Watson | May 11, 2015


Jihadists identifying themselves with the terror group ISIS are brazenly tweeting about plans to attack yet another major western city under the Twitter hashtag #LondonAttack.

Images and threats posted to the social network include photographs of guns and suicide belts, with one user named ‘Abu Aiman Al kinyi’ warning, “Bismillah we are coming #londonattack.”

“Just learnt how to make suicide belt by my brother @time4dugma_ Will be using in #LondonAttack,” states another shocking tweet.

The tweets are extremely concerning given that last week’s attack on a Muhammad art exhibition in Garland, Texas was preceded by series of tweets sent out under the hashtag #TexasAttack.

A retweet of a chilling message sent out by a user called ‘@71LastTweep’ also warns Muslims to stay away from the Covent Garden area, a location in the West End of London popular with shoppers and tourists.

Another tweet directly names Floral St, Covent Garden as the target.

Another tweet shows Paddington Underground Station on a map alongside a suicide belt and the words, “Let the reality hit home, the taste of chaos, carnage & bloodshed. #foreignpolicy #QaribanQariba.”

“Brothers n Sisters if you are in europe stay away from police stations or goverment buildings,” warns another tweet by ‘@71LastTweep’, who also claims that he has, “Done Recording My Final Message, Love You Mom See You in Jannah :-) Bi’idnillah #LondonAttack.”

“TNT explosive belt full with ball baring shrapnel, imagine how much damage this can do in #UK in a place full of ppl,” states ‘Abu Abdullah Britani’ in another tweet, while another picture of the same device is accompanied with the words, “Very discreet, easy to carry & concealed under the clothing. They’d never know, walk into a police station, TA office.”

“Good idea, planning to use this one very soon #londonattack,” states a tweet by the user ‘@jwilliam384847′ alongside another image of what appears to be an explosive device. “Look at all the ball bearings #londonattack soon inshaAllah,” says another tweet by the same user.

The accounts making these threats have been active for hours although Twitter has yet to shut them down at time of press. Scotland Yard authorities are reportedly aware of the threats.

Meanwhile, ISIS sympathizers are also promising to carry out a cyber attacked dubbed “Message to America” against a number of targets this afternoon at 2pm EST.

Weeks before the Charlie Hebdo massacre, Infowars predicted that ISIS would attack targets in western (or westernized) countries. Since that time jihadists that were inspired by or who had ties to the terror organization have staged violence in Paris, Sydney, Copenhagen and Texas.

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Isis Strikes In Texas?

Two gunmen ‘carrying explosives’ attack anti-Muslim art contest in Texas: Suspects dead and security guard wounded at ‘draw Muhammad’ event that offered $10k prize

  • Two suspects were gunned down after shooting the guard in the leg outside the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland
  • Building and surrounding area was placed on lockdown by a SWAT team with around 100 attendees still inside
  • Reports suggest the pair were carrying explosives at the time, and another two bombs were discovered nearby 
  • The American Freedom Defense Initiative event offered a $10,000 prize for the best caricature of the prophet 
  • Involved a keynote speech from far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders, who has linked the Koran to terrorism 

Two armed suspects believed to be carrying explosives have been shot dead after opening fire outside an anti-Muslim art exhibition in Dallas.

The pair were gunned down after shooting a security guard in the leg outside the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas, during a ‘family event’ where caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad were being displayed.

The building and surrounding area was placed on lockdown by a SWAT team with around 100 attendees still inside after multiple gunshots were heard.

A contest offering a top prize of $10,000 for the best caricature of the prophet was being held as the shootout unfolded.

A police officer stands next to the pickup truck riddled with bullet holes outside the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas. Two suspects were shot dead after opening fire near the 'Draw Muhammad' event 

A police officer stands next to the pickup truck riddled with bullet holes outside the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas. Two suspects were shot dead after opening fire near the ‘Draw Muhammad’ event

The two men are said to have gotten out of a vehicle nearby, walked into the parking lot and opened fire on Sunday evening. The exhibition inside involved a competition with a $10,000 prize for the best caricature of Muhammad 

The two men are said to have gotten out of a vehicle nearby, walked into the parking lot and opened fire on Sunday evening. The exhibition inside involved a competition with a $10,000 prize for the best caricature of Muhammad

Heavily armed police secure art work inside the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas, after two suspects opened fire at a r before they were shot dead

Heavily armed police secure art work inside the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas, after two suspects opened fire at a r before they were shot dead

A policeman keeps members of the audience inside after the shots were fired. Two explosives were also said to have been left near the building

A policeman keeps members of the audience inside after the shots were fired. Two explosives were also said to have been left near the building

No one was allowed to leave as surrounding businesses, including a Wal-Mart and Taco Bell, were evacuated as authorities searched for two more devices.

Two suspects pulled up in a vehicle with with explosives, before getting out and firing at the officer, identified in local reports as Bruce Joiner. They were then killed by Garland Police officers.

Mr Joiner was taken to hospital in a stable condition and is expected to survive.

The attack unfolded shortly after Dutch member of parliament and leader of the far-right Party for Freedom, Geert Wilders, had delivered his keynote speech.

In 2009, he sparked controversy for showing a controversial film which linked the Koran to terrorism and has previously said the Netherlands is being taken over by a ‘tsunami of Islamisation’.

Pamela Geller, the organizer, told CBS 11 from inside the building: ‘I heard officers talking of possible explosions in backpacks and the car. There was talk of a grenade at the nearby Wal-Mart.’

The outspoken leader of Stop Islamisation of America then wrote on her personal website: This is a war. This is war on free speech. What are we going to do? Are we going to surrender to these monsters?’

The event was set up by the American Freedom Defense Initiative and had been described by opponents as an attack on Islam. The controversial group booked the center a little more than a week after Islamic militants in France killed 12 people at satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

Despite criticism from residents, the organizers believed they were exercising their freedom of expression.

A picture taken from inside the event just before the attack showed Geller giving a check to Bosch Fawtin. However it is not known whether he took first place.

Dutch member of parliament and leader of the far-right Party for Freedom, Geert Wilders, had just delivered the keynote address inside the exhbition when the deadly incident unfolded

Dutch member of parliament and leader of the far-right Party for Freedom, Geert Wilders, had just delivered the keynote address inside the exhbition when the deadly incident unfolded

The event was set up by the American Freedom Defense Initiative and had been described by opponents as an attack on Islam

The event was set up by the American Freedom Defense Initiative and had been described by opponents as an attack on Islam

An officer prevents two people from leaving the building as the area is placed on lockdown

An officer prevents two people from leaving the building as the area is placed on lockdown

Members of the Garland Police Department are stand guard inside the Curtis Culwell Center in the aftermath of the shooting 

Members of the Garland Police Department are stand guard inside the Curtis Culwell Center in the aftermath of the shooting

An audience member is told to wait after Wilders finished his speech. Attendees were transferred to the parking lot of a nearby high school 

An audience member is told to wait after Wilders finished his speech. Attendees were transferred to the parking lot of a nearby high school

The crowd took out their cellphones to record the armed officer giving them orders 

The crowd took out their cellphones to record the armed officer giving them orders

Artist Bosh Fawstin (left) is presented with a check for 12,500 by Dutch politician Geert Wilders (center) and Pamela Geller (right) during a ceremony at the Curtis Culwell Center just before the shootings occurred 

Artist Bosh Fawstin (left) is presented with a check for 12,500 by Dutch politician Geert Wilders (center) and Pamela Geller (right) during a ceremony at the Curtis Culwell Center just before the shootings occurred

Wilders, who has sparked controversy for linking the Koran with terrorism, speaks at the Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest

Wilders, who has sparked controversy for linking the Koran with terrorism, speaks at the Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest

Pamela Geller, co-founder and President of Stop Islamization of America, also spoke just before the two gunmen opened fire 

Pamela Geller, co-founder and President of Stop Islamization of America, also spoke just before the two gunmen opened fire

Members of the police and swat ask people from the audience if they heard or witnessed anything from the shooting

Members of the police and swat ask people from the audience if they heard or witnessed anything from the shooting