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Homeland Security Freaks out over Viking Terrorist Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Mon, Jul 21, 2014, 07:57 PM

The U.S. State Department has placed Anders Dale, the Viking terrorist, on an international no fly list for embarking on a global Valhalla Terror campaign.

Fox News reports that, "A Norwegian citizen who trained with a master bomb maker in Yemen and recently was added to the State Department’s list of international terrorists has been linked to the increased security screening of flights coming to the U.S., according to congressional sources familiar with the intelligence."

US Rep. Michael McCaul (R.-Tx.) is quoted as saying that, "A Norwegian who can maybe blend in more into society that doesn't look like the typical Muslim radical extremist, with this type of expertise in bomb making with clean travel documents is precisely the threat that I think Homeland Security officials are concerned about."

According to Fox News, "Anders Dale was believed to be trained by the master bomb maker Ibrahim al Asiri, who was responsible for the underwear device that nearly brought down a jet over Detroit on Christmas Day 2009, the sources said."

The Viking Terrorist is coordinationg with Al Qaeda to unleash 'Nordic Fury' upon the world.

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written by Rivka , July 22, 2014

The situation with terrorism globally is grave. Please do not write with such casual slang about this important aspect of news. It's not journalism when presented in this manner.



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