for fertilizer grinding, costing 700 euro, as It would most likely be the best way to crush the
fertilizer prills using this method.
On my way home to the farm I noticed what I believed to be a civilian police vehicle south of the
southern town (30km from the farm). At this point in time I remembered I had forgotten to turn on
the lights on the car since I tested out my blue LED lights the day before. Hmm, they should have
stopped me for this violation. Very weird. As I came closer to the farm I noticed what I believed to
be another civilian police car. Damn, I got a really bad feeling about this and my instincts told me I
was about to be apprehended. Too many red flags were lit. I stopped 500 meters before the farm
entrance and had a smoke, preparing mentally for a potential welcoming party at the farm. What
should I do if I was about to be SWAT raped by a 6 or 12 man team? I didn't have any weapons
available as they were all inside the main house. Should I make a run for it, if so, where would I
go? Would I have time to fetch my evacuation kit, and should I try to get it and shoot my way out?
After the break I approached the farm, and turned on the fog lights on the car so that I could have
an advantage should they approach me from the front. I stopped 50 meters north of the main
house and I was shocked at the sight that awaited me...! The barn door was wide open!!! Someone
was here! They were probably circling me right now or waiting for me inside the main house! I
waited 20 minutes with the fog light aimed straight at the direction I expected them to come from.
Perhaps they are not here, maybe they just installed monitoring equipment like they often do? I
entered the house, picked up the glock and searched the house and the barn. Nothing. I began
searching for monitoring equipment, nothing...
Paranoia can be a good thing, or it can be a curse. The barn door had probably been opened by the
wind. I decided then and there that I would not allow paranoia to get the best of me again. If they
were to come for me one day, there was really nothing I could do about it, so it would not be
constructive to worry about it.
Sunday May 22 - Day 21: Started relocation of fertilizer. Broke down a 600kg bag into 13-14 x
50kg bags, loaded in the truck, drove 100 meters and carried them with a "carry trolley" into the
barn. Did a full 600kg bag. Was exhausted.
Monday May 23 - Day 22: Initiated the fertilizer grinding phase. I was unsure whether I had to
pulverize the fertilizer or not. Most guides said it was a positive thing as some fertilizer prills are
coated with an anti-absorbing layer. I crushing a small batch, placed it in a plastic bag and soaking
it in diesel, I also prepared another small bag of prills and soaked that in fuel to see whether it
would absorb any liquid. Updated log
Tuesday May 24 - Day 23: The prills had not absorbed any diesel at all, during the last 24 hours,
so I concluded that the only approach is to pulverize the 5 x 600 bags of 27-0-0 AN fertilizer. I
cleaned the concrete floor in the barn thoroughly and poured 50kg of fertilizer prills on it,
spreading it evenly so that I could roll the 50kg dumbbell back and forth to crush it, and then use a
broom and spade to gather up the pulverized AN before it had absorbed a lot of moisture from the
air. I was sure that this method would work as I managed to semi-crush the prills with my 20kg
dumbbell. If a 20kg dumbbell almost could do it, then surely, a 50kg dumbbell would ensure
excellent grinding. I estimated that I could grind 50kg within 20 minutes, 3 times faster than any
other method I had heard of.
To my great disappointment, crushing the prills with the dumbbell failed miserably. The prills were
only partially crushed and rolling the dumbbell proved to be an especially labour intensive
experience. Also, the crushed prills absorbed moisture much faster than anticipated so the time
required for me to crush 50kg (2 hours) would result in more or less AN powder fully saturated
with water moisture... Fuck, why can't anything go as planned???? And the dumbbell set cost me a
total of 750 euro and now it has proven to be worthless... What do I do now?
Wednesday May 25 - Day 24: As this was a big setback, I decided to seek comfort and
attempting to erect my morale, which was currently in the toilet, at the restaurant in the northern
town, ordering a three course meal while readjusting the plan. I had previously heard of a Marxist
terrorist traitor in the early 70s. I believe he was called Baader or could it have been Meinhof,
terror prostitutes for the Soviets and loyal dhimmi whores of the Islamic Ummah. Anyway; I
remember reading about him using electrical mixers to crush AN prills in his apartment. Apparently,
he had purchases several crates of these mixers and used several simultaneously for efficiency. I'm
going to test this out shortly. If electrical mixers/blenders from the 70s could do it then surely; new
modern blenders can!
Thursday May 26 - Day 25: Shopping for blenders. Bought around 12 - stationary and handheld,
different brands for testing.
Friday May 27 - Day 26: Started crushing fert prills, testing out the various blenders. More than
half of them where completely useless as the shape of the container prevented proper circulation of
the prills after crushing them. A suitable blender will ensure flawless circulation and result in a fully
crushed batch within a reasonable time frame. Found a perfect blender; Electrolux. which was able
to fully crush 95% of the prills, in portions of 0,5-0,7kg within 20-35 seconds.
Saturday May 28 - Day 27: They had the Electrolux stationary blender in limited supply so I had
to drive all day to purchase 6 from three different cities.
Sunday May 29 - Day 28: Continued relocation of the fertilizer. Did another 600kg bag.
Monday May 30 - Day 29: Completed the third 600kg bag. I could hardly move my fingers and I
was certain that I had damaged them permanently. I decided to limit the process to three bags as
the work required to process 5 bags (3000kg) would simply be too exhausting for one person...
Tuesday May 31 - Day 30: I had to rest the whole day as I was completely exhausted...
Wednesday June 1 - Day 31: Updating log
Thursday June 2 - Day 32: I saw a car driving through the property while I was surfing the net.
As I went to greet him I noticed he was taking pictures of the farm. He, around 50-60, said he was
a tourist wanting to take landscape pictures. His actions and body language indicated however that
he was lying. My instinct told me that he was a police officer. I offered him coffee and suggested he
should go down to the river bank as it was the optimal place for taking photos. I noticed that he
continued to take pictures of the farm. When he approached the house I chatted with him again.
From what I understood, reading his body language and between the lines, he worked for the
police and he was following up on the "marijuana farm" case. He disclosed that his daughter was a
drug-sniffer-dog trainer. He was probably taking pictures in relation to this case. I told him that
some people had set up a marijuana farm here a few years back. He seemed surprise, although he
probably knew that already. This encounter was a concern for me for a few days, but I decided to
just forget it as it wasn't anything to do about it if he was to return. I'm just glad I gave him a
I decided to begin crushing the fertilizer using four Electrolux blenders simultaneously. However, it
made a lot of noise so I decided to do this work from 23.00 to 07.00. I managed to complete 5 x
50kg bags, mixing in diesel 4 times per bag to distribute it evenly, then closing both the inner and
outer bags properly using 5 individual pieces of duct tape. It is essential to hurry to place the
crushed AN into the bag as it will begin to draw moisture from the air immediately after it is
crushed, even while being inside the blender container.
Friday June 3 - Day 33: Continued crushing prills and mixing with diesel. I got into a good
routine and managed to complete 10 bags. Very exhausting. I spent around 1 hour for each of the
first few bags the day before, but managed to increase efficiency so that I completed 1 bag every
40 minutes (optimal achievement was 1 bag per 32 minutes). 20 bags to go... 2 of the blenders
broke after processing 12 bags, even though I used it on the lowest power alternative. Replaced
them with new ones.
Saturday June 4 - Day 34: Completed 6 bags.
Sunday June 5 - Day 35: Completed 4 bags. 2 more blenders broke down. I have to buy a couple
of new ones tomorrow.
Monday June 6 - Day 36: Bought two more blenders. Completed crushing 1600kg of fertilizer
prills and mixing with diesel. I'm going to save the last 200kg and possibly use it as an "inner
charge" mixed with purified RC fuel (nitro methane). I will most likely only have enough nitro for 1
x inner charge though. After completion of the grinding, it was prills and AN dust all over the
place:)) My green AN-crushing clothing were now grey... Surely, I'm going to die from cancer
within 12 months as I must have gotten a lot of this crap into my lungs even though I used a 3M
mask... It took a while to clean it all up to prepare for the next phase.
Watching "The Shield", a couple of episodes each day on average. I downloaded all 7 seasons in
the start of May.
Tuesday June 7 - Day 37: Went to the capital and picked up the new hot plate stirrer that had
Wednesday June 8 - Day 38: Started synthesizing picric acid, completed 1 out of 10 batches.
Thursday June 9 - Day 39: I heard someone parking their car outside the house today. It was
one of the neighbours wanting to buy the current crop as animal food. As I hadn't had the time to
plant a crop of my own, the current one was primarily timotei and clover - used for food to cows
and sheep. We discussed the issue for a while and I explained my situation to him. We agreed that
he could harvest the current crop. He would return within 14 days to initiate the harvesting. I
offered him a good price. As we strolled down to the field I was somewhat concerned that he would
notice the fume hood fan pipe sticking out of the living room window...
Continued synthesizing 2 and 3 of 10 batches of picric acid and placing the finished compound to
dry. It took a long time to complete the nitration of the acid due to the fact that I only had 1 hot
plate stirrer. If I had 3 I would be able to complete all the PA within 2-3 days. Damn, something
went wrong with these two batches. The solution was red and it failed to nitrate properly. I
concluded that I must have used a bottle containing 37% sulfuric acid, instead of the required 90%
Friday June 10 - Day 40: Continued synthesizing 4 and 5 of 10 batches picric acid and placing
the finished compound to dry. I placed 50g of my best batch in the oven to prepare for testing and
to use it for DDNP manufacturing. Potent PA should burn when lit with flame.
To my great disappointment, nothing happened when I did the fire test...! What the hell, how is
that possible, it was completely dry and that particular batch was manufactured perfectly according
to specifications!? I did everything according to specifications... Could the compound I have
manufactured be inert???? Unfortunate circumstances rams cock in arse once again...! I started to
have serious doubts and my morale and motivation started to shatter...
I concluded that given the recent events, I would now have to move forward with operation B, at
least continue to complete all preparations for this as the primary operation seemed to wither
Saturday June 11 - Day 41: As I was doing research on the net, a thunder storm approached,
but it was still very far away. I have never had any problems with electrical overcharges the last 15
years because I always use specialty electrical outputs with gas cylinder electrical overcharge
protection. Suddenly my PC made a relatively large bang, and the electricity went out. Once
electricity was back on I noticed that my PC was dead. FFS, not again... As it was in the evening, I
couldn't fix it until Monday...
I prayed for the first time in a very long time today. I explained to God that unless he wanted the
Marxist-Islamic alliance and the certain Islamic takeover of Europe to completely annihilate
European Christendom within the next hundred years he must ensure that the warriors fighting for
the preservation of European Christendom prevail. He must ensure that I succeed with my mission
and as such; contribute to inspire thousands of other revolutionary conservatives/nationalists; anti-
Communists and anti-Islamists throughout the European world.
Sunday June 12 - Day 42: Although highly demoralized, I decided to do one last test of the PA
compound. I decided to create a batch of DDNP using my best batch of picric acid. This was to be
my last attempt to move ahead with operation A. I didn't have much faith in creating such a
difficult compound as DDNP when I couldn't even manage to create a decent batch of PA... I spent
most of the day preparing that batch of DDNP, then drying it in the oven for 4 hours.
Monday June 13 - Day 43: I prepared a test device today and drove off to a very isolated site.
The test bomb was composed of a 3g DDNP primary and a 30g PA secondary. If this test would fail,
I would abandon operation A and move forward with the non-spectacular operation B.
I lit the fuse, went out of range and waited. It was probably the longest 10 seconds I have ever
BOOM! The detonation was successful!!!:-) I quickly drove away to avoid any potential unwanted
attention, from people in the vicinity. I would have to come back a few hours later to investigate
the blast hole, to see if both compounds had detonated.
A few hours later, after returning from a restaurant in the southern town to celebrate this success,
I went back to the blast site to evaluate the detonation. The DDNP primary detonated successfully
but the dry picric acid booster did not detonate at all. So I confirmed that the PA was not inert, just
of a very low purity grade. This could be sorted as I would now move forward with purification after
completion of the last PA batches. Today was a very good day as I really needed this success.
Tuesday June 14 - Day 44: Continued synthesizing picric acid and placing the finished compound
Wednesday June 15 - Day 45: Continued synthesizing picric acid and placing the finished
compound to dry.
Thursday June 16 - Day 46: Began purification of the PA compound.
Friday June 17 - Day 47: At this point in time, considering that this project has taken much
longer than anticipated, I was in a serious liquidity squeeze. The fertilizer invoice on 4500 euro
should have been paid on May 19th. I had called to the company and asked for an increase grace
period and they said it was ok as long as I paid before June 8th. This was almost 10 days ago and I
received a follow up notice today stating that they would forward the invoice to the credit collection
company on June 22nd. In addition to this; the farm rent for July, 1250 euro, was due on June
25th and the invoice for the fume hood, the hot plate stirrer and my secondary fan, which I wasn't
even going to use, 2800 euro, was due on June 26th. This would mean that I would officially
default on the payment and receive a credit warning, which would basically blacklist me and thus
preventing me from renting a car, as the car rental companies always perform a credit check.
Needless to say; this problem could sabotage the whole operation and I needed to sort this out
asap or the operation would be over before it had even started... I needed to acquire 8550 euro
within a week! As I had 1500 in cash and in my primary account, I decided my only choice was to
aggressively withdraw funds from all my 10 credit cards but even that wouldn't be enough because
of the weekly capacity limit. I called the farming supplier and made an agreement where I would
pay half the amount now and the rest in July. They agreed. After aggressive cash withdrawal I
managed to acquire the necessary funds, which allowed me to keep my head above the water until
At first, I thought I would manage to create enough picric acid booster material (1,5kg in total) to
disregard the addition of AL powder. But considering the fact that I would only manage to produce
aprox 200-300g of booster I had no choice than to continue to prepare my 150kg of aluminium
powder for addition in the ANFO.
The 150kg of AL came in 4 hermetically sealed drums each containing around 37kg of AL. After
reading the "security precautions", however, I was completely freaked out. The drum openings
where wielded with a soft metallic substance so it would be difficult to open them without taking
extreme risk. The warnings stated; contact with oxygen will risk detonation of the AL powder,
contact with metal, concrete and even plastic will significantly increase the chance of static
electricity which can cause a detonation. Friction and shock can also cause detonation. Close
proximity of oxidizers (gas, diesel) or close proximity to electrical outputs etc. can cause
I first planned on creating an outdoor mechanism that allowed me to thrust a steel spear like
object, by using gravity, creating a 3 cm hole in the top of the drum. However, I ended up taking a
regular knife and starting to file down the wielded enclosement, even if it involved high risk. At this
point in time I was very concerned for a potential detonation. If the barrel of AL powder was to
detonate and I somehow survived, I would probably lose both arms instantly severely. The blast
wave/flame would probably cauterize my wounds resulting in an extended and extremely painful
death. The most pragmatical approach to solving this potential problem was to place my loaded
glock 34 close to the work area. And if I survived a detonation, losing both my arms, I could still
fire a round to my head, in order to prevent un-necessary suffering using my toe to trigger.
Eventually, I manage to file open the enclosement. I then considered putting the drum upside down
in one of my empty fertilizer bags to prevent the presence of high levels of oxygen.
This method proved to be too exhausting since I had to hold up the 37kg drum with my hands. I
ended up with putting a large 3 x 4m plastic sheet on the concrete floor and carefully pouring the
AL powder out of the opening. Small clouds of dust began to generate but nothing happened. I
carefully continued until the drum was empty rolling the side of the drum in a circular pattern from
the center of the AL powder already poured out, until the drum was empty. There were small
clouds of AL powder generated but the biggest one was aprox 20 cm in diameter, which settled
down after a while. I continued after the small clouds had settled. It's also worth noting that I had
closed all the windows of the cellar basement so the humidity was relatively high, while oxygen
level was below average.
In any case, this method worked well and I had gathered all the AL powder on the sheet, and thus
preparing it for the addition to the ANFO.
Since I had solved the AL problem, I continued the purification of the PA.
Saturday June 18 - Day 48: I woke up at 11.00 and checked my phone. There was an SMS sent
09.30 from Tonje, the owners girlfriend. She said she was ON HER WAY UP to pick up some
equipment from the barn!!! Omfg; considering the fact that it's a 2-2,5 hour's drive from the
capital she would be here in about half an hour!!! I'm so fucked! She has a large storage room in
the back of the barn and she would need to pass all my ANFO bags to get there. I would need 12
hours minimum to relocate the 1,2 tons of ANFO, not to mention de-construct my chemistry rig,
fume hood, fan and clean up all the beakers etc spread all around. And the living room is full of
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