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Thailand Mass Muslim Terror Attacks involved OVER 50+ BOMBS and hundreds of pounds of explosive, schools, bridges bombed, widespread outages


The Thailand jihadi declaration of war was even more widespread and violent than I reported last night. I was first with the coverage of these mass attacks. There has been little press coverage since. These massive attacks coincided with the signing of a new Constitution.

Photo above: Explosive ordnance disposal officers on Friday morning inspect the scene of an overnight explosion that brought down a power pole in Yala, one of scores of bombings in the three southernmost provinces….. (thanks to the Bangkok Post)

His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn yesterday signed the country’s new constitution. Photo: The Natio

They are called insurgents or separatists. Translation. They want an separate Islamic State just like Islamic State (ISIS), the Chechnya (Muslim) ‘separatists’, the Chinese Uighur (Nuslim)”separatists’, the “Palestinian” (Muslim) separatists, the Philippine (MILF- Muslim) ‘separatists’ et al. It’s all the same war, commanded by the same book.

Our GR Thai correspondent Chai gives us this update:

UPDATE:  Thailand Mass Muslim Terror Attacks involved over 50+ Bombs and hundreds of pounds of explosives.

Plus: Muslim Terrorists Explode Bomb at School, Attempt to destroy bridge. No injuries.
“The message that the Muslim terrorists delivered last night was not about what they did – but what they can do, when and if they desire.”  
Dear Pamela,
It appears that the Geller Report beat the mainstream international press by at least 12 hours in reporting Thursday night’s mass attacks first.
The Geller Report was also the first news media in the world anywhere to link the mass attacks to the fact that Thailand’s King Rama 10 signed a new Constitution into law only 8 hours before the bombs started to explode. I believe it is highly likely that many mainstream news media that are now reporting on the Constitution connection initially received that fact and perspective from the Geller Report.
(Check your visitor records and you’ll probably see some indication if you run ‘WhoIs’ searches on the visitors’ IP numbers and then compare that with when the Associated Press put out their first story.)
Further the Geller Report also reported in detail the extent and varied nature of the attacks hours before the major Thai news media – even though you waited several hours between first receiving news of the attacks and publishing your story. To your professional credit you waited for independent confirmation apart from your primary source before publishing. And still, the Geller Report was hours ahead of everyone and a full 12 hours ahead of corporate big media.
That says much about the world of corporate news today versus the performance of independent, highly focused and connected citizen journalists like yourself.
The most recent Thai news reports source Thai Military statements that terrorists bombed over 50 electric poles across four southern provinces to blackout the entire area as well as numerous transformers.
Some English Thai news media and international news are still quoting the very early original announcement that there were 23 bombs, but Thai language TV, radio and other media are using a later military report of ‘over 50’ bombs, including one that exploded in front of a school, and an unsuccessful attempt to destroy a bridge using several bombs.
The latest Bangkok Post updates the figure to 52 power poles bombed. (Good photos and detailed reporting in the following article)
Some bombs did not explode and from this the police learned that each terrorist bomb used to bring down a concrete electric pole contained about 10kilos of explosive. Do the math and we can surmise that the terrorists expended several hundred pounds of explosive in the mass attacks targeting the power grid.
There were no reports of injuries.
The Thai government is trying to play down any connection between the King’s signing of the Constitution and the attacks, but this public response is quite natural as Thais have a deep reverence for the Monarchy and their King.
The one thing we do know for sure is that the devote Muslim terrorists have now proved themselves capable of a mass attack involving over 50 bombs. This time it was against concrete power poles and bridges. Next time? The message that the Muslim terrorists delivered last night was not about what they did – but what they can do, when and if they desire.  (That is my analysis)
Insurgent bombs target power supply in far South
Bangkok Post, April 7, 2017:
Explosive ordnance disposal officers on Friday morning inspect the scene of an overnight explosion that brought down a power pole in Yala, one of a string of bombings in the three southernmost provinces and part of Songkhla. (Photo by Muhammad Ayub Pathan)


A string of bomb explosions, burning of car tyres and strewing of spikes on roads rocked areas of the three southernmost provinces and part of Songkhla overnight. No casualties were reported. Authorities…

Please credit and share this article with others using this link: View our policies at and © Post Publishing PCL. All rights reserved.A string of bomb explosions, burning of car tyres and strewing of spikes on roads rocked areas of the three southernmost provinces and part of Songkhla overnight. No casualties were reported.

Authorities acknowledged that the insurgents had targeted the power supply.
A total of 52 power poles in 19 districts of Yala, Pattani, Narathiwat and Songkhla were damaged, causing widespread blackouts.

In Pattani, provincial police chief Piyawat Chalermsri on Friday ordered all 15 police stations in the 12 districts to tighten security after insurgents caused disruption with 11 attacks throughout the province.

Explosions were heard across Pattani from midnight to the early hours of Friday. Car tyres were set on fire on several roads.

In Muang and Nong Chik districts, about eight explosions were heard in each district, followed by power blackouts in many communities, particularly in Muang municipality areas.

Security units reported bombs detonated on Koh Por bridge on the Pattani-Yala Road in Nong Chik district. Nobody was injured. The area was cordoned off for further inspection today.

In Narathiwat, a series of bombs went off and spikes were strewn on roads at several areas in 12 districts from midnight to 12.30am on Friday, damaging many power poles.

Bomb disposal squads and forensic police inspected the scenes on Friday morning.

They reported two power poles at Lampu village in Muang district had been attacked. Two bombs, weighing 10-15kg, had been tied to the poles and detonated.

In Yingo district, bombs attached to two power poles were detonated at tambon Lubor Buesa .
In Rueso district, two bomb explosions damaged two power poles in tambon Samakhi. A mobile phone relay tower in tambon Sawor was also damaged.

In Cho Airong district, three bombs damaged two high voltage power poles. In Sungai Padi district, a high voltage power pole was also bombed in tambon Paluru. Spikes were strewn over the area, puncturing the tyres of several cars.

Explosions were also reported at one location in Waeng district, two in Sungai Kolok district, one in Bacho district and one in Si Sakhon district.

In Pattani, 18 power poles were damaged in six districts. In Yala, eight power poles were damaged in three districts and in Narathiwat 20 power poles in eight districts. In Songkhla, six power poles in two districts were damaged.

Col Pramote Prom-in, spokesman of the 4th Army Region’s Internal Security Operations Command (Isoc), said a total of 52 power poles in 19 districts of Yala, Pattani, Narathiwat and Songkhla were damaged by bomb blasts overnight. Car tyres were also burned in those areas.

There were no attacks on military targets, he said. The insurgents had targeted electricity supply.

Explosive ordnance disposal officers on Friday morning inspect the scene of an overnight explosion that brought down a power pole in Yala, one of a string of bombings in the three southernmost provinces and part of Songkhla. (Photo by Muhammad Ayub Pathan)
  • Suresh

    Only solution. Give them the Iceland police treatment

    Its Brutal ………and ……only way ! Or …it will only get worse.

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      Iceland should’ve punished the scumbag Christians as well — maybe deport them along w/the muslums they collaborated with.

      • JacksonPearson

        So in your opinion, what part of the world should these “scumbag Christians” be deported to?

        • IzlamIsTyranny

          Any muslum state — where they can turn the other cheek all day long.

  • Craig

    Anywhere in the world, if there are muslims present, people are dying.
    islam is the cancer of humanity.

    • JacksonPearson

      The problem is, very little that’s reported here, is published or reported by America’s MSM. Fact is, they paint a totally different picture of Islam. e.g., That Islam’s a religion of peace, and often are the victim. Well BS.

  • Mahou Shoujo

    The only cure for terrorists is to shoot them on sight.

    • Dorrie

      I keep waiting to hear news of a country that deports every one of those rabid animals!

      • Mahou Shoujo

        It is a very pleasant dream. The destruction of islam, mostly by its own hand is also one of my favourites.

      • Tatiana Covington

        Arm the women…

    • Stephen Honig

      It’s about time you think the way do. I believe in the adage: take no prisoners.

    • Karl

      Actually, the best thing to do is capture them alive, take down their entire network, and place shame on their families and communities.

      There is a reason Muslims are into suicide bombings. It is because a dead person leaves nobody to expose the entire network. Also, many of the families of terrorists get paid handsomely for their martyred relative like an insurance policy would pay off money for loss of a relative. Lastly, the mosque the terrorists come from gain prestige my their congregants pulling off a successful terror attack thus becoming hotbeds for attracting more terrorists. I recall the mosque in Germany where the 9/11 hijackers attended had to be shut down for this very reason.

      • Mahou Shoujo

        That is a good idea.

        • Karl

          Thanks, one of the 9/11 hijackers Zacarias Moussaoui was captured before the attack and is now saying Saudi Arabia helped in the attack. With the additional 28 pages that were unclassified from the 9/11 Commission report regarding Saudi Arabia’s involvement in 9/11, the victims families of 9/11 might succeed in win compensation in a legal battle against Saudi Arabia for their involvement in the attack.

  • AlgorithmicAnalyst

    Unfortunately for the terrorists, the Thais won’t mess around.

    • SK

      That’s what I was thinking too. If I remember my Vietnam readings correctly, the Thai military is one badass group of warriors. Stone faced warriors that don’t mess around.

      • JacksonPearson

        No civilized government should fool or take pity on Islam. Because they’re dealing with a very ruthless and non forgiving adversary.

  • Alleged Comment

    What are you going to do about it Thailand? They are throwing down a challenge.

  • Ichabod Crain

    Thai police on Friday reported 22 attacks, including at least five small bomb blasts, in Muslim-majority southern Thailand only hours after King Maha Vajiralongkorn signed a new constitution on Thursday as a step towards ending military rule.

    There were no immediate reports of casualties in the attacks in the region where there has been a recent upsurge in a decades-old Muslim separatist insurgency. Parts of the region voted against the new constitution at a referendum last year.

    “The incidents are to create disturbances. They want to destroy the government’s credibility and create fear among people,” said Pramote Prom-in, spokesperson for local security forces.

    There was no immediate claim of responsibility and security forces said they did not know who was to blame.

    Thailand’s king signed a military-backed constitution into law on Thursday, an essential step towards an election the junta has promised will restore democracy after the 12th successful coup in little over 80 years.

    The new constitution is the Southeast Asian country’s 20th since the end of absolute monarchy in 1932 and critics say it will still give the generals a powerful say over Thai politics for years, if not decades.

    Voters in the most heavily Muslim parts of Thailand were among the few to reject the draft constitution in last year’s referendum.

    Security forces said five bombs had exploded on electric poles, causing local power cuts, and there had been a number of tyre-burning incidents.

    Details were not immediately available of all the attacks. A large number of co-ordinated attacks in the region is unusual.

    A Malay Muslim separatist insurgency in the provinces of Yala, Pattani and Narathiwat has claimed more than 6,500 lives since it escalated in 2004, according to independent monitoring group Deep South Watch.

    On Monday, police reported what they described as the biggest attack by insurgents in the south in years. They said about 30 insurgents had fired more than 500 shots into a police booth.

    In February, the government of the Buddhist-majority country struck a deal with MARA Patani, a long-standing umbrella group that claims to speak for the insurgents, but other separatists rejected it.

    From the Hindustan Times

  • Halal Bacon

    Satans minions certainly are certainly doing their best to be like Mo

  • dad1927

    may be time to outlaw islam there

  • Stephen Honig

    The only thing Muslims believe in Is sharia law, if not heads off.

    • Dorrie

      “haria law”???

  • Ed Heavner

    Msn cherry picks what is shown from around the world on the news. Muslim attacks from around the world do not fit their agenda of “inclusiveness'” unless it is one that is extremely horrific and can’t be ignored. Then you get the Mayor of London who says that terror attacks are part and parcel of living in a large city or the Belgium government not going to charge a Muslim with terrorism because they don’t have enough proof. One way or another Liberals around the world make excuses for Muslim attacks or downplay them or not report them at all.

  • caramba22

    If they do this in the western world it will have much much mire damage.Here nothing work without elect.-you will even have no water for your toilet!YOu cant buy anything because the doors are closed you cant pay.ANd most people have only food for 2 days at home.

  • Merchantseamen

    I work retail in a liquor store. It is amazing how ignorant people are of world events. I can get fired for having “inappropriate conversations at the cash register” this includes politics, religion as well as the more obvious sexual stuff. I get around it by asking questions about an attack in Sweden or France (asking them for more info) and get a deer in the headlights answer. “Oh I have not heard about that”. It is amazing. People will roll over and die when “they” come knocking on their door. If war comes to us we are finished. The majority have no backbone like the generations before us. Yes there will be pockets of “resisters”, but… with the 1984 similarities with drones and other technologies you will not be able to hide for long. Watch the T.V. show Colony or just read a book on 1930’s Germany. It will not be pretty.

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