As the death toll for Easter’s Islamic attack rises so does the speculation about who was behind the terror.
As the death toll from the Easter bombings in Sri Lanka rose to 321 on Tuesday, the Islamic State group claimed responsibility and released images that purported to show the attackers, while the country’s prime minister warned that several suspects armed with explosives are still at large.
Another top government official said the suicide bombings at the churches, hotels and other sites were carried out by Islamic fundamentalists in apparent retaliation for the New Zealand mosque massacres last month that a white supremacist has been charged with carrying out.
If this is ISIS (and/or other groups), or if it’s claimed to be their work, then look for some suggestion of support from Iran. This would fit with the possible scheme behind a false flag in Christchurch – gin up a war with Iran.
Fraser Anning keeps telling the “controversial” truth:
Queensland Senator Fraser Anning has sparked controversy once again after blaming the terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka on ‘Islamic populations creating violence’.
In a series of Tweets on Monday night, the senator responded to the deaths of nearly 300 people, including Australian mother Manik Suriaaratchi and her daughter, Alexandria, 10, in coordinated explosions on Easter Sunday.
Suicide bombers targeted three churches, three luxury hotels, and a guesthouse, with authorities finding and disposing of another explosive at the airport later the same day.
The tweets mark the second time the politician has used a terror attack to comment on Islamic immigration, following similar statements made after the Christchurch mosque attacks last month.
How’s any of that controversial? Or, is uncomfortable truth a controversy now?