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UPDATED! Dozens of Bomb Threats at Walmarts Nationwide (KS, MO, GA, NJ, CA, NC, FL, OK & maybe more states involved)

So it started this weekend with a bomb threat at a Walmart in Missouri and quickly spread to several other Walmarts in Missouri. Then there were threats in Kansas and Oklahoma at multiple locations... Next it spread to Georgia, then New Jersey and California. There have been at least 20 separate Walmarts that have now received bomb threats nationwide.

There is absolutely no mention of this in any of the big national MSM outlets. there has been coverage at the local level but it seems NBCNews, FOXNews and CNN are intentionally avoiding covering this in spite of the fact that MILLIONS of Americans may be in danger.

How can we sit back and allow such blatant disregard for human life from our supposed "News" providers?

Below is a link to the list of articles on the subject published recently via Google News:


I'm mainly posting this to see WHY you think this is 1. Happening, and 2. Not being covered. thoughts?

UPDATE - threats in North Carolina and Florida last night... is your state next?

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I'd guess it's the administration's

war on capitalism. How else would it be nationally coordinated, unless it was a robocall simultaneously.

i have scoured google and

i have scoured google and cant find ANY report of more than 11 wal mart threats.


11? That's quite a few!

Not everyday the Walmart gets a bomb threat, at least not in my neck of the woods.

the link in the original post is to the google-news feed...

there are reports of over 12 different locations just over the weekend. (KS, MO, OK) then NJ, CA, NC, FL were all monday or tuesday. after further review the GA stores actually received a seemingly-unrelated bomb-threat in June... so there may not be recent threats there, it was just included in one of the articles on the more recent stuff and I didn't pay close enough attention in my skimming to catch it the first time as being unrelated.

Hope that helps.

At their inceptions, the #Liberty, #OccupyWallStreet and #TeaParty movements all had the same basic goal... What happened?

How about

which walmarts, they can't be all of them in the state, i would be nice to know where and when in each of the states. I am most interested in ones in NC and GA because i know folks that live there.

I don't wonder

They only care about the terrorism they do for their psyops.

Good call

By MSM not to cover this non-story. I always hammer the media for covering junk stories
instead of real news. Why give attention to nut jobs. WalMart would rightfully have a fit if the MSM would have caused a panic, causing sales to drop nation wide- which was probably the underlying motivation of the nutjob anyway. I for one am grateful for the tens of thousands of people Walmart took off the welfare roles and gave them jobs and benefits! And, now the poor and middle class have seen their cost of groceries drop by an average of about $400 per year. Maybe not a big deal to some folks here, but when you earn minimum wage, that is a huge savings.


My Guess ... Disgruntled Employees or Former Employees

The MSM is not covering this story because it looks like the idea is catching on without their help! Actually, Walmart is an advertiser ... the MSM wouldn't want to upset Wally-World and, perhaps, lose their advertising business!

Walmart, when it moves into a town, destroys many long-standing retail businesses that provided a middle class living for their owners-taxpayers and substitutes slave wage, benefit-less, part time jobs to unskilled workers who have no real voice in their treatment and are usually one paycheck away from destitution. (What a great company!)

The tainted groceries Walmart sells, I wouldn't eat. Much of the produce and "fresh" foods come from China, that bastion of concern for the welfare of people.

Union organizers a more likely possibility.

Disgruntled employees have nothing to gain. A union organizer hopes to get a piece of the action if Walmart is organised.

Free includes debt-free!

Walmart puts people ON

Walmart puts people ON government progams! it doesn't take them off... working at walmart means food stamps and medicaid. you think that's SAVING the local taxpayer money? do you think it's only $400 per year that you contribute to the social programs that are required to support these people since their employer won't provide a living wage or healthcare?

I thought you people were against government programs? walmart's business model relies on big government at all levels of the operation.

For every penny you save on your bill at walmart, you give 'em a dollar from your taxes.

At their inceptions, the #Liberty, #OccupyWallStreet and #TeaParty movements all had the same basic goal... What happened?

Far left wants people on govt. programs

Far left is not interested in saving the tax payer money, but want the tax payer to spend more money. It's like they want Wal Mart to be THE government. Maybe in some ways it is?

In many areas, WalMart is the biggest employer, and they are a leader in many far left areas, sustainable development, they have jewlry certified to not be mined by slaves or harming the Earth. They were one of the first companies that got rid of plastic bags. They compete to knock off the small business man by bringing "affordable" prices to those on food stamps and medicare. They are big contributors to non-profits in door prizes and such.

My county has one WalMart, and as much as people knock it, it remains one of the best businesses by making "luxury" and common good affordable to the many on food stamps.

I agree with what you say about WalMart and have found it hard to fight because many who oppose WalMart can't afford to shop anywhere else. It's a kind of a numbing down. Bananas, for example cost 89c a pound where I live and 25c @ WalMart.

What I also find interesting about WalMart is that they are all different. When my folks were alive, My Mom dragged me to a few WalMarts in Reno, where I believe they have 5. Not only was each one different as far as size, but what they offered. Super WalMart had everything it seemed from groceries to furniture to car services. Smaller WalMarts were dialed into the local communities, where they had clothing that would work at a Grateful Dead concert, and organic foods, and where I found out about the jewlry.. My Mom bought a pair of ear rings. It even had a beauty shop and eye glass center and a food mart, Subway, PizzaHut, McDonalds...

I think WalMart is a global leader in the NWO, and while there may be groups such as OWS and Tea Parties that reject that, they can't compete, and that is why Wal Mart is winning and they are more marginalized than ever.


Wally keeps me off of welfare with their low prices. You must have came from the far left when you found Ron Paul, but you are on the right track by reading the DP.

indeed I did come from the

indeed I did come from the far left... and based on the reception I've received here may be headed back there.

I just can't behind this ideology that we should be OK with the wealthy abusing everyone else under the guise of limiting government intervention on the matter.

At their inceptions, the #Liberty, #OccupyWallStreet and #TeaParty movements all had the same basic goal... What happened?

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Don't go back, please! It's

Don't go back, please! It's not ok for anyone to abuse power but you have to understand that Mart achieves and maintains much of their power because of government! More government not the answer but less would help; W-Mart gets special treatment from government that the Ma & Pop stores don't..get rid of the special treatment (less govt)= much fairer playing groud!

It is easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. – Mark Twain

Hang in there pop

The wealthy get their power from the government to abuse us.


but the problem isn't with

but the problem isn't with "government" it's with the way ours has been purchased. There are only 2 reasons we have a government. To pay for infrastructure and to provide for the public well-being. Why on earth are we attacking those 2 things as "big government"? it's the other things the government wasn't chartered to do that we should focus on.

It seems like a lot of the more traditional, mainstream republicans who have migrated to this end of the spectrum are "selective libertarians" who want to shrink the government as far as benefiting the people (really seems to be more motivated by racism and classism) but Ok with maintaining big government for everything else.

My understanding of Dr Paul's message (and I could be totally wrong) is that the big cuts should come from the military side and corporate welfare... and that the government does have a role in maintaining social programs for those that truly need them (while reforming them so that the system can no longer be abused)

At their inceptions, the #Liberty, #OccupyWallStreet and #TeaParty movements all had the same basic goal... What happened?


Government doesn't provide for the well-being of anything,(free people do) Government does just the opposite, it steals from one and redistributes it to another. Many times it is the poor getting the shaft. Ron Paul says it well when he states that the poor in our country give to rich rulers in a third world country through foreign aid.

As far as social programs go, RP is not in favor of them by any stretch, but he would keep the programs for the ones who are already addicted to them by cutting military and many other programs. The young folks not in the system can opt out and have control of their own lives which is what liberty is all about.

As you have said: (It seems like a lot of the more traditional, mainstream republicans who have migrated to this end of the spectrum are "selective libertarians" who want to shrink the government as far as benefiting the people (really seems to be more motivated by racism and classism) but Ok with maintaining big government for everything else.) There are many on this site who are still learning about big government and hopefully they stick around because we all have a lot to learn. The Federal government has usurped local and state government and that is a big focus of this movement. Massachusetts can have their massive government while just a few miles away in New Hampshire they could have low taxes and small government and other states could do as they please. In the end most of us believe liberty and less government will win and provide for the prosperity we all want.

this jives with my

this jives with my understanding of things... and that's why I'm here.

I understood this movement to be focused on the constitution... which would mean that the government exists for the following purposes:

Via Mac Walton (these are his words, i know he says "democratic" rather than "republican" and there are a few other things I'd change if I wrote it, but i think the general message below is pretty accurate)

"To Form a More Perfect Union:While initially, the (former) colonies weren't united, they soon came to realize that there is strength in solidarity and as such formed an alliance with one another. Thus, the Constitution provide for such a union.

To Establish Justice: The most vital role in a successful democratic government is to ensure justice within the nation. Though the term justice is open to interpretation, the explanation most widely accepted is that the law must be fair, unbiased, and logical. While these standards we are not always met within this nation, the American people wish to strive for such ideals.

To Provide for the Common Defense: While the Constitution didn't necessarily allow for elite military operations, it did intend for the government to provide a basic system of defense against enemies of the state. The U.S. government has, over the years, broadened the definition of defense and has also utilized this role of the government most often.

To Secure the Blessings of Liberty: The American nation was built around the ideals of individual freedom and liberty, however, the Founding Fathers also came to the realization that certain boundaries must be set forth in order to ensure that such liberties would not breach those of other citizens'. While the government certainly makes it a point to promote such personal liberties, it is up to the American people to constantly challenge the government to provide for such freedoms.

To Promote the General Welfare: A broad purpose of the government that is constantly open to adaptation and growth, is the role of the government to provide the Americna people with services and regulations that are for the public good. Such regulations may include health and food standards, public education, and consumer protection. However, in order to allow capitalism to flourish, the government leaves certain services available to private businesses (such as railroads and airline transportation), this allows market competition to thrive so that the consumer can receive the best services and prices possible.

To Insure Domestic Tranquility:This role of the federal government is relatively self-explanatory in name. The government must provide order in society and allow for domestic peace. It must also present the nation from ever ascending into anarchy.

While the history of the United States has progressed, the purpose and role of the American government has also evolved. However, the purposes indicated in the Constitution still remain at the core of the American government foundation."


I see the merger of the corporation and the state as being the biggest threat to everything America is supposed to represent. It's just as dangerous as (maybe more-so than) the merger of church and state.

To me there is a government role in protecting the weak. By protecting the weak, they actually protect the strong as well because if the weak suddenly find themselves without the necessities of life, they will work together to take it from the strong (and I don't mean through legal process).

Thanks for your thoughtful response. I look forward to more civil dialogue like this.

At their inceptions, the #Liberty, #OccupyWallStreet and #TeaParty movements all had the same basic goal... What happened?

On a very basic level:

I think there is often confusion about a very subtle nuance that distinguishes true libertarian thought of the Ron Paul strand from the Tea Party garbage that the media sells us via Fox News. I think that the TP movement (like the Occupy movement) had some very common threads; however, when the two party system hijacked the movements, each side has tried to present the population with the "crazy" view of the other side.
In reality, the republicans are not the party of liberty; they represent the party that sells us the interest of big business wrapped up to look like small government ideology. On the other side, the dems are not the party of that is looking out for the little guy; they represent the party that sells us the interests of specific voting blocks (including corporations in certain instances) seeking to utilize the coercive force of the state for its own benefit. I see this in the unions, first and foremost. The left seems to try to sell us the "ode to the worker," when in reality the worker is continually screwed by the crony corporatist state and the only ones who seem to make out okay are the union bosses.
For me, the enlightening moment that secured my participation in the liberty movement was when I thought about all the ways in which special interests and corporations lobby the state to derive a benefit. If we, the people, took control of our lives again and did away with all of these federal, centralized bureaucracies, then there could be no influence for the companies to buy.
The Fed is maybe the best example of this. There is a rampant populist movement against Wall Street and the big banks. How is it that with the exception of Ron Paul and a few other statesmen, the Fed hasn't even been a topic for political discussion in the national discourse? It has become accepted as a given. Yet here is an example of a group of businessmen and bankers who lobbied congress to transfer OUR (and I say "our" because we should view congress as "us" and not "them") consitutional authority to coin money and regulate the value thereof to a half-state/half-private banking institution. There are several examples of measures that the Fed has taken to strengthen big banks and weaken small community banks. Should we wonder that, at this point in our history, we have banks that are "too big to fail" and the banks' continual functioning is a requirement for our government to work? Think about what that means. If the banks were not saved, our government would collapse.

Anyway, I hope that you are able to find common ground here in the fight for individual liberty. That does NOT mean the liberty to exploit the system if you or your company has enough money to do so, regardless of what the imposter freedom fighters tell you.

Unlearning and self-teaching since 2008. Thanks, Dr. Paul!

Thank You

Stick around because liberty needs all the help it can get, whether it is from the "left" or "right". lol Government divides, freedom unites!


I have no idea where you get your information but you are wrong. Name one other employer that gives health care benefits to part-time employees? I have worked for Walmart, I have seen first hand people getting off welfare and working their tails off to become managers, department heads... Sure there are those that will always choose to milk the system, even given opportunities to get off. Walmart has nothing to do with the choices individuals make. They only provide the opportunity.



Starbucks gives health benefits to part timers. You can get them within 3 months of working there. I imagine theres a few more.

perhaps in a major

perhaps in a major metropolitan area what you say could be reality... but in the small towns throughout the midwest, they've become the only option for everything... your only place to shop, your only place to work, the only place for the teenagers to hang out on the weekend.

They closed down the community.. there used to be a hardware store, a grocery store, a toy store, a pharmacy, a restaurant, a liquor store, an auto-repair shop, a pet store, and many other businesses... now there is only walmart. and there's no opportunity for advancement in a closed system.

At their inceptions, the #Liberty, #OccupyWallStreet and #TeaParty movements all had the same basic goal... What happened?

Small Towns - Mom & Pop Shops

. . ."The People" make the decision not to patronize the local's anymore, in favor of mega box stores - such as Walmart.

Educate the people - buy from any remaining Mom & Pop shops - so maybe they will grow. It might cost a little more - but you're supporting a local family who will probably bend over backwards to give you REAL customer service.

If Wallyworld is in town - and there are any remaining Mom & Pop shops - they're surviving for a reason. Find out the reason. Put your $ into your community. Stop shopping the BOX.

I haven't darkened the door of a Walmart since 2010 - when they invited Homeland Security in and became their partner. . .let's not forget their Snitch program either.

What in the heck are you even thinking walking in Walmart? Sell out your community for cheap garbage made in China?

The price of freedom is eternal vigilance. ~Thomas Jefferson

“It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie...the greatest enemy of the State.” ~Joseph Goebbels

It is likely that Walmart is a Federal Reserve Member.

Member companies get low interest loans that allows them to lavishly lobby politicians in local communities for tax breaks.

Tax breaks that make other firms financially noncompetitive.

State and local revenues suffer but the Federal government gets its full take from employee income taxes.

Congress collects a franchise tax from profitable Member banks. The franchise tax is on profits that exceed the guaranteed 6% profits after expenses, tax-free. http://www.llsdc.org/attachments/files/105/FRA-LH-PL63-43.pdf

We need to know who the members of the Federal Reserve are. The record of reserves collected and stock issued to member banks is kept by the Comptroller of the Currency in the Department of Treasury.

So Congress is not likely to threaten a revenue stream.

But Unions organizers hope to tap that revenue stream.

Governments and Unions are parasite organizations at their very best.

Security firms could profit by scaring up a little business. They could cover their costs easier if the were Federal Reserve Members. With the added benefit of a Congress eager for franchise tax revenues.

The Federal Reserve is behind all this rot. And backing the Federal Reserve is a tax hungry Congress.

Free includes debt-free!

I don't think Walmart can be

I don't think Walmart can be a federal reserve member... granted that corporation protects their information so intensely that there's very little research one can actually do. I believe though, that the stock-ownership in the Fed is non-transferable. So the only way walmart could have acquired an interest is to buy out one of the founding banks... I'm sure the have the money to do so, just not sure there's a legal avenue for such a purchase to have taken place.

At their inceptions, the #Liberty, #OccupyWallStreet and #TeaParty movements all had the same basic goal... What happened?

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I live eight miles from

I live eight miles from W-Mart's homeoffice and believe me something being illegal doesn't keep them from doing it :)...I know that they own a bank named Arvest but it's not a national chain...

It is easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. – Mark Twain

Buffet jsut bought preferred Stock from BOA

Stock that had a 6% guaranteed dividend.

There is no reason I can find why Walmart couldn't buy a new membership in the Federal Reserve. It just takes money. Originally it was gold only.

iThe Comptroller of the Currency on the Department of Treasury keeps stockholder records. I am just guessing.

Free includes debt-free!

I Googled

ABC news came up on top with the (non) story.

They have found no bombs. No one was in danger. It was just some mouth-breather making telephone calls.

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"Fully half the quotations found on the internet are either mis-attributed, or outright fabrications." - Abraham Lincoln

Damn, these jackals move fast!

"Okay, we've got the go ahead to put TSA scanners in movie theaters now because of our false flag shooter, now lets go ahead and get Wal-Mart while we've got-em on the run".

"Sounds good to me Sir, Wal-Mart it is"! How do we get Wal-Mart Sir?

"Just have someone down in TSA sales call in a bomb threat, that should do it".

"Yes Sir, I'm on it"

"Mr President, it's a green light" ... "You will have TSA scanners in Movie Theaters/Wal-Mart and by the end of the week, we'll have them okay'd for McDonald's"

"Good job Bob, next week we'll false flag Sonic"

"Yes Sir"! I'm on it boss!"