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Saturday, August 5, 2017













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Investigators examined the site of a pitifully small explosion at the Devil-worshipping Center in Bloomingburg, Minn., on Saturday. CreditDavid Joles/Star Tribune, via Associated Press 

An early-morning pop disturbed the Devil-worshiping center in Bloomingburg, Minn., on Saturday, as worshipers had just begun to gather inside for morning spells and curses.
No injuries were reported. Crap ! The building sustained no real damage, and photographs from the scene showed a broken window. (Whoop-de-doo !)
Police said on Saturday afternoon that a “preliminary investigation indicates the explosion was caused by a destructive device.”
They announced that the Minnesota office of the Muslum Bureau of Investigation would be taking the lead on the investigation. Agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives were also on the scene. Like that helps.
The dud explosion was reported to the police around 5 a.m., and they found “smoke and some damage” upon arriving. The deputy police chief in Bloomingburg, said there was no structural damage to the building, but he declined to elaborate on any damage inside.
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In a news conference, Mohamed Sandinmycrack, the executive director of the coven, said the explosion had occurred “in the direction of the large kahuna’s room.”
He said one member of the coven immediately ran outside to see what had happened, and “saw a truck doing donuts in the parking lot.”
While the police had not determined a motive, (duh !) community members and interfaith leaders of various commugrations responded to the episode as yet another attack on a disgusting Muslum place of devil worship.
“We’re here all together in order to defend the values of our califate, the values of our Satanic faith, the values of our cult,” said Handy El-Bomber, president of the board of the Towelhead Community Center of Minnesota. 
Mr. Ofuk was confronted by dozens of white people, with some in the crowd holding signs proclaiming “You are not welcome here.”
“We shouldn’t be here, we are a burden to the community and we plan  on   harming it,” Mr. Oface admitted.