Sunday, June 23, 2013

Once upon a time, in a land far, far away ...

For the significance of this map, see Satanism and the Earth Grid


Gunmen have killed 11 people, including at least nine foreign tourists, after storming a hotel in northern Pakistan.

The nationalities of the victims have not been fully confirmed, although they include a number of Ukrainians and Chinese. One Pakistani also died.

The assault happened at the base camp of Nanga Parbat, the world's ninth highest mountain, in Gilgit-Baltistan.

It is the first such attack on tourists in the region. The Pakistani Taliban has told the BBC it was responsible.

A spokesman for Tehrik-e-Taliban said the attack was in retaliation for the killing of its second-in-command, Waliur Rehman, who died in a suspected US drone strike in May.

The group said it would continue to target foreigners.
from Tourists killed at north Pakistan mountain camp

This smells like one of organized Satanism's "news" fairy-tales; note that it's almost impossible to prove that it didn't happen, that the story appeared on the day of the "super-Moon" a couple of days past the summer solstice, and that the attack supposedly took place very near a ley line. So, it was probably a hoax, and probably aimed at me, and perhaps intended to provide an excuse for Satanic supermen disguised as US soldiers to kill some defenseless people in a surprise attack in Afghanistan or Pakistan.