It’s just incredible really. The last post I made just a few days ago, was to express my anger towards the recent major terrorist attack in Nice. Yet here we are, less than a week later and there have been several smaller (but by no means less despicable) attacks that have taken place. I honestly can’t keep up. This blog is not my life. I do have other things going on that take up much of my energy and free time, but at the same time, I do like to try and keep track of as much important news stories as I can. Normally, when there’s a new terrorist attack in the news, I like to dedicate a post to it, but that’s seriously starting to become unfeasible at this point, unless I decide to give up everything else in my life and just chain myself to my computer permanently. As a compromise, I’m going to address multiple recent attacks all at once. I don’t think it really matters seeing as they’re all ultimately part of the same ongoing war between Western Civilisation and Islam.
The first one that comes to mind was the one in Germany committed by a 17 year old “Asylum seeker” from Afghanistan (he was just trying to escape from the brutal civil war in Afghanistan -_-). CNN was one of many outlets that wrote an article about the attack. I won’t bother linking to the entire text and dissecting piece by piece like I normally do. Instead I’ll just take one extract in particular that stood out to me.
Herrmann said that a hand-drawn flag resembling the one used by ISIS was found in the attacker’s room, and said that he shouted “Allahu Akbar” during the attack, according to initial distress calls.
He acted by himself, Herrmann said.
Though a pro-ISIS media group said the attacker was a “ISIS fighter,” authorities cast doubt on that claim and it’s believed to be unlikely that he was working under the direct supervision of the terror group.
The 17-year-old was taken in two weeks ago by a foster family, Herrmann said.
“This is a big mosaic puzzle right now and we will do everything to pull information together in order to assess his motivation,” he said.
This level of skepticism is absolutely unbelievable. But this is what they always seem to do. Every single time a Muslim goes on a rampage in the West, they always have to act as if they haven’t a clue as to why they did this. It’s just a “random attack” possibly motivated by “anger in the workplace”, which could have just as easily been committed by an indigenous European person instead. This is despite the fact that they are always completely honest with us and make it clear as to why they did it, what their actual motivation is.
Meanwhile other outlets such as The Independent and The BBC are contradicting this ridiculous “We have no idea what his motive was” narrative with articles which state that ISIS even released a video allegedly of the attacker swearing allegiance to them and promising to attack their enemies. So how can any news media act as if they have no idea what his motive was when it’s so obvious to anyone with even a shred of common sense and ability to recognise behavioural patterns?
But moving on swiftly, there was another attack that happened in France recently, one that didn’t get as much attention as the Nice attack as it was a lot smaller. In this case, as the Daily Mail reports, a mother and her three daughters were on holiday in the South of France and were stabbed by a Muslim man. His reason for doing so? Because they were wearing shorts and t-shirts and he was offended by how scantily dressed they were.
And while this is happening, we have my old favourite, The Guardian, coming out with this gem.
French authorities have detained a Moroccan man after he stabbed a woman and her three daughters, briefly causing panic in a nation reeling from its third major attack in 18 months.
The motive for the attack was not immediately clear.
The woman, 46, and her girls, aged eight, 12 and 14, were staying at a holiday village near the town of Laragne-Montéglin, in the Hautes-Alpes region. The suspect, 37, from the Paris region, was staying with his wife and children at the same resort.
Jean-Marc Duprat, a deputy mayor for the nearby town, initially said the attacker was upset with his victims because they were wearing shorts and T-shirts. He later said that did not appear to be the case and that the attacker’s motive was not known.
Raphaël Balland, a public prosecutor, said the motive for the attack was “very hazy”. Balland said the idea that the assailant could have been upset over what his victims were wearing was merely a “rumour” and that he had “not uttered any words reproaching them for their dress at the moment of the attack”.