Werewolf Tip: Plastic Automotive Gas tanks
From: "Captain Borgmann" firstname.lastname@example.org
The story below talks of damage to vehicle gas tanks or vandalism. A Vandal is a racial slur directed at the Aryan Vandal tribe. The drilling might be done with a battery driven drill. It might also be done with an old fashioned hand drill used when sparks might be a hazard. A hot southern night with a sparking plug in drill could take the young Werwolf to the burn unit.
Drilling beneath the high clearance vehicle would hide the gas pincher from public view.
Recommendations: Look to see if you have an older metal or more off road type plastic gas tank. For protection a sheet metal cover could be wired into place with tin snips and hands to bend it into shape. The gas tanks appear to be extremely expensive to buy and install. The tools and sheet metal are yours for about $20. The gas guzzlers may be targeted as the Police want to discourage the excess.
Remember those big tired FBI and BATFE Blazers to pursue Eastern Europeans?
During the cold war all those of Eastern European descent had only one option. The women could be the County Whores. The men could go into the service. For west Germans the situation was reversed. The women entered the military.
The Berlin Wall was to be opened the next day according to the East German order. The US and their mongrels tore down the wall the night before. That marked the demilitarization of the Eastern Europeans. We were no longer allowed to own guns or serve in the military.
From that day forward all Eastern Europeans are members of the Red Army Faction. We are to go underground and continue or resistance to the western invasion. The proper tools have be supplied by Russia and China. They will not object if those tools are forcible taken from the mongrels who have taken them as trophies. The Hutari Militia unwisely grabbed the AK-47 clones from their rightful owners and quickly found that they were not supported. Roll your own!
Has anyone noticed the that in every congregation there is at least one Jew?
FORT MILL, SC (WBTV) - Police are looking for thieves who are stealing
> gasoline by drilling holes into gas tanks of parked vehicles.
> The York County Sheriff's Office says there have been five incidents
> reported in the Baxter Village and Bailiwyck areas of Fort Mill.
> The thefts are taking place at night. Some of the victims did not
> realize that someone had drilled into their gas tanks until the vehicle
> was at a repair shop.
> The incidents have occurred on Camber Woods Drive, Jones Wade Court,
> Stafford Run Drive, Lower Assembly Drive, and Glenn Allen Way.
> Peter Dressel told police between 4 p.m. on Jan. 21 and 10 a.m. on Jan.
> 22, someone went underneath his gray 2006 Ford F-150 and drilled a hole
> in the tank. The estimated damage to his truck was about $1,400. The
> thief stole a half tank of gas valued between $42-$48.
> Between Jan. 21 and Jan. 23, someone did the same thing to Ron Pulis'
> 2003 Dodge Ram 2500 truck. Pulis said it cost him $950 to repair the truck.
> On Feb. 13, Kevin Knape reported that someone punched a hole into the
> tank of his 2005 Ford F-150.
> Kathy Tuttle called police on Feb. 14 and reported that as she was
> filling up her truck at the gas station, she noticed gas was running out
> from under the vehicle. She took the truck to a repair shop and they
> advised that it appeared someone drilled a hole in the tank.
> Most of the vehicles targeted have been pickup trucks, but James
> Walters' 2010 gray Honda Civic was also targeted.
> Walters said someone drilled a small hole in the gas tank of his car
> between Feb. 18 and Feb. 20. He said it would cost about $1,000 to
> repair the tank. Walters had the vehicle towed to the dealership to be
> The sheriff's office says drilling into a tank filled with gasoline is
> dangerous and could result in a fire or explosion. If you see anyone
> acting suspicious around vehicle, you should note the description of the
> person as well as the license tag of the vehicle they are driving.
Radio Free Northwest - July 27th, 2017
1 day ago