NYC Bomber’s Manifesto: This is not the END, Next Target Is…

Thank God we caught the man behind the NY and NJ bombings that occurred Saturday, because there’s reason to believe he would’ve done much worse.

A tumblr page popped up following the bombings by a person claiming to be the man behind the attacks.


It begins by stating ”


You probably have all seen the news by now,

the explosives detonated in New York City, that was me. Those were just some tests, I know where I have made errors and I will not make the same mistake next time.

I did it because I cannot stand society.

I cannot live in a world where homosexuals like myself as well as the rest of the LGBTQ+ community are looked down upon by society.

It is 2016 and we are still being viewed as mentally ill, sinners, attention seekers, and just plain weirdos in general. I am not going to stand by while under classed and underprivileged people are oppressed.”


In a second post, the author wrote, “I don’t know exactly how I feel about taking human lives.”

“I suppose I’m just going to have to move forward knowing that what I am doing had a purpose and will in fact make a difference,” it said.

“I’ll keep you all posted.”

There is reason to believe that the particular Tumblr post is a fraud, especially considering that the attacker turned out by a Muslim, but as the Conservative Post noted, the NYPD are still investigation the person behind it.

Even if this Tumblr post is fake, it’s not the only potential threat the attacker made for more attacks. According to the New York Post, just moments after the bomb was detonated in NY, A 911 caller issued a chilling warning saying, “There will be more.’’

Even though the man behind this was Muslim, how much do you want to bet that liberals will still deny that it had anything to do with Islam?

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