Blasts at Churches & Hotels in Sri Lanka Kill More Than 200

APRIL 21, 2019 by STARSHIP EARTH: THE BIG PICTURE

Blasts at Churches and Hotels in Sri Lanka Kill More Than 200

We were on our way to the airport this morning when my other half mentioned these attacks in multiple cities.

This is what a war looks like for Planet Earth at the hands of predatory psychopaths who thrive on terror and suffering.

As their desperation mounts because the truths of their appalling activities over the years are going mainstream, these attacks may increase even more.

The New York Times made sure we get good shots of the carnage, gory descriptives, and we’re being protected from “misinformation” spread online. I’ll just bet. They have their own narrative they want to disseminate.

The government temporarily blocked major social media and messaging services, including Facebook and WhatsApp, to prevent the spread of misinformation online, according to the president’s secretary, Udaya Seneviratne.

Just to make sure we’re exuding the required levels of loosh, they use some graphic “quotes”. So they say.

“It was a river of blood,” said N. A. Sumanapala, a shopkeeper near the church who had run inside to help. “Ash was falling like snow,” he said. “I saw limbs and heads. There were children, too.”

See where they’re going with this? Another NYT headline…

We won’t get the boots on the ground coverage, just the propaganda—and so it goes in April as the globalist plots are exposed for all to see.  ~ BP

Covered bodies and debris lay in St. Anthony’s Shrine in Colombo, Sri Lanka, after a string of explosions ripped through hotels and churches on Sunday. CreditCreditIshara S. Kodikara/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

By Dharisha Bastians, Jeffrey Gettleman and Kai Schultz

April 21, 2019

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka — Coordinated bombings ripped across Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, striking hotels and churches, killing more than 200 people, wounding hundreds and shattering the relative calm that the war-torn nation had enjoyed in recent years.

The targets were members of Sri Lanka’s small Roman Catholic minority attending Easter Mass and guests at high-end hotels popular with foreign tourists. By Sunday afternoon, soldiers had shut down roads across the country, and a jittery government had imposed a dusk-to-dawn curfew.

The government temporarily blocked major social media and messaging services, including Facebook and WhatsApp, to prevent the spread of misinformation online, according to the president’s secretary, Udaya Seneviratne.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attacks in Colombo, the capital; Negombo, a city about 20 miles north of Colombo; and the eastern city of Batticaloa.

At least 207 people were killed and at least 450 wounded, said Ruwan Gunasekera, a police spokesman. Ravinatha Aryasinha, the secretary to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said 27 foreigners were among the dead. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, denouncing “these vile attacks,” said “several U.S. citizens were among those killed.”

Officials and news media reports said that American, British, Chinese, Dutch, Indian, Portuguese and Turkish citizens were among the victims.

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