I thought France was getting pretty bad for the sheer quantity of attacks that it’s experiencing, but it looks as if Germany has the potential to surpass them. I bet Mama Merkel must be so proud of what a massive success her blanket invite to the entire third world has been. Obviously the plan is going perfectly. It was so obvious that inviting infinity low IQ, sexually frustrated, primitive, military aged men would only have one possible outcome for Europe, and we’re watching it unfold in real time. This must have been what was expected.
So the first of the two attacks I’m going to mention had just one fatality, but as far as I’m concerned, that’s one too many.
A machete attack by a Syrian asylum seeker has left one woman dead and two other people injured in Reutlingen, near Stuttgart.
“Germany needs sharp object control. If only Germany had banned sharp objects, this woman would still be alive right now.”
Police said the attack happened after an argument developed between the man and the 45-year-old Polish woman.
Police said there was no indication that it was terrorist attack and it was more likely to have been “a crime of passion”.
Just as I predicted in my last post that the authorities and the media would try to downplay the “Muslim terrorist” angle somehow in the Munich shooting (which they did by trying to say he was inspired by far right lunatic Anders Breivik), they’re doing the exact same thing now, by acting as if this attack was simply a crime of passion. What they don’t seem to understand is that this doesn’t matter. The real issue is that a woman is dead and two others are injured because you threw open your borders carelessly and allowed violent people like this free reign to enter your country. Changing the motivation is not going to make people feel better about this.
The incident comes amid tension after other bloody events in the past week.
Yeah, which is exactly why they’re trying desperately to downplay it.
A shooting rampage in Munich on Friday left nine people dead while an axe attack on a train a week ago injured several people.
It’s just a coincidence that these were also committed by Muslim men. Go back to sleep everyone. Here, why don’t we increase your doses of soma so you don’t start thinking too hard.
The 21-year-old man arrested in Reutlingen was acting alone, police said.
The victim and her attacker both worked at the same Turkish fast-food restaurant close to where the argument took place, German media reported.
Police added that the man arrested had been involved in previous incidents where he had caused injury, but gave no further details.
Not even a citizen. Proves himself to be dangerous by being involved in previous violent incidents. Allowed to roam free anyway. I think that really says it all.
So next, lets take a look at attack number two.
A failed Syrian asylum seeker has blown himself up and injured 15 other people with a backpack bomb near a festival in the south German town of Ansbach.
The 27-year-old man, who faced deportation to Bulgaria, detonated the device after being refused entry to the music festival, Bavarian officials say.
Did you hear that everyone? He blew himself up because his asylum application was rejected. I guess the only way to stop more terrorist attacks from happening is to just accept every single asylum application. That will prove that we aren’t mean people, and they won’t be driven to kill us all.
About 2,500 people were evacuated from the venue after the explosion.
It is the third violent attack in Bavaria in a week. The state’s premier described it as “days of horror”.
Bavaria has been on edge since a knife attack on a train last week that so-called Islamic State (IS) said it was behind.
On Friday a gun attack killed nine in Munich.
Funny how these attacks seem to be getting more and more frequent recently. I wonder what could have caused this to happen?
I’ve got it, it must be because these poor innocent “refugees” can’t handle alcohol.
The Ansbach blast took place at 22:10 (20:10 GMT) on Sunday evening, outside the Eugens Weinstube bar in the centre of the town, which has a population of 40,000 and is home to a US military base.
The bomb went off close to the entrance to the Ansbach Open music festival.
A witness, Thomas Debinski, reported “panic” after the explosion, although some people had thought it was caused by a gas explosion.
Genuinely surprised the authorities didn’t try and cover it up by pushing the “gas explosion” story as the official narrative. Maybe they’re starting to care about telling the truth after all.
“Then people came past and said it was a rucksack that had exploded,” he told Sky News.
… or maybe it was just that there were too many witnesses who had seen what really happened.
The town’s mayor, Carla Seidel, confirmed that there were 15 injured, four of them in a serious condition.
No deaths this time at least. That’s something to be thankful for. Hopefully the four with serious injuries pull through.
Security services have sealed off the city centre and experts are trying to establish the kind of explosives the bomber used.
In other developments
- The mayor of Munich, Dieter Reiter, suggested backpacks might be banned from the Oktoberfest beer festival as a security precaution
Banning backpacks. Brilliant logic.
“Hey look Fritz, I’m sorry that innocent people like you have to be inconvenienced like this by not allowing you to have a backpack to carry your stuff. Unfortunately, these migrants we invited in without giving you an option to vote on it or not, keep killing people, so we have to inconvenience you because closing the borders is not an option for reasons which are never really explained, and we can’t think of any other solutions to this problem.”
- An Afghan teenager arrested by Munich police met gunman David Sonboly shortly before he killed nine people and knew that he had a gun, German police say
But I thought he was a “lone wolf”. If he had an accomplice, does this mean that this narrative collapsed now too?
- An MP from Chancellor Merkel’s party, Stephan Mayer, called for Germany to regain control over its own borders but insisted it was wrong to blame “Angela Merkel and her refugee policy” for last week’s violence
I disagree. It’s entirely within reason to blame Merkel. This is her fault. Every person who was killed, injured, or raped by Syrian migrants in Germany… their blood is on her hands.
A week of bloody attacks has frayed nerves in Germany, which led the way in accepting asylum seekers from Syria. To date, only the first has been linked to a militant group:
So you mean, even if they aren’t associated with terrorist organisations, they can still be very dangerous anyway?
- 18 July: An axe-wielding teenage asylum seeker from Afghanistan is shot dead after injuring five people in an attack on a train. IS claims the attack, releasing a video recorded by the attacker before the incident
- 22 July: A German teenager of Iranian extraction goes on a shooting rampage in the Bavarian state capital, Munich, killing nine people, most of them migrants, before shooting himself. He is said to have been obsessed with school shootings
- 24 July: A Syrian asylum seeker is arrested in the town of Reutlingen, Baden-Wuerttemberg, after allegedly killing a Polish woman with a machete and injuring two other people. Police suggest it was probably a “crime of passion”
- 24 July: A failed Syrian asylum seeker blows himself up outside a music festival in the small Bavarian town of Ansbach, injuring 12 other people. Motive not immediately clear
“See everyone? Not all of them are terrorists. Only the first guy was. The second guy was just a nut obsessed with school shootings. The third guy just committed a crime of passion. The fourth guy, we’re really not sure, but he was probably just angry because his asylum application was rejected. The fact that they’re all Muslims and three out of the four were asylum seekers, is just a coincidence, that does not in anyway suggest that it was a bad idea to throw our borders open to Muslim asylum seekers as we did.”
The Syrian man entered Germany two years ago and had his asylum claim rejected a year ago, Bavarian Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann said.
He had been given leave to stay temporarily given the situation in his home country and provided with accommodation in Ansbach, Mr Herrmann added.
So he was rejected, but allowed to stay and given free accommodation anyway because his country isn’t considered safe to return to. How does that work?
A federal interior ministry spokesman, Tobias Plate, confirmed the man had faced deportation to Bulgaria.
Wow, what horrible monsters these Germans are. They would have sent him back to face certain death in the brutal civil war in Bulgaria. No wonder he didn’t want to leave as clearly, he was so afraid he might die… that he had to blow himself up in a crowded area. If this narrative doesn’t make sense to you, you’re probably just a xenophobic, Islamophobic, hate filled racist.
“Syrians cannot at the moment be deported to Syria, but that doesn’t mean that Syrians overall cannot be deported,” he told reporters in Berlin.
Mr Herrmann said he was “incensed” by the attack which, he continued, demonstrated the need to “strengthen controls on those we have living in our country”.
Germany has been the main destination of Syrian asylum seekers entering the EU, most of them arriving irregularly in Greece via Turkey.
They have to flee for their lives from the brutal civil wars in Turkey and Greece.
Only 23 Syrians had their applications for asylum rejected by the country last year, out of a total of 105,620 decisions on Syrians’ applications. A common reason for rejecting an application is when the asylum seeker submits false or incomplete information.
Just under half of asylum seekers rejected by Germany in the past two years were allowed to stay on in the country, according to a recent report in German daily Die Welt (in German).
The Ansbach bomber, who was among those rejected for asylum in 2015, appears to have been placed in a former hotel in the town, designated by the municipal authorities for asylum seekers since 2014.
Ansbach deputy police chief Roman Fertinger said there were “indications” that pieces of metal had been added to the explosive device.
“The obvious intention to kill more people indicates an Islamist connection,” Mr Hermann said.
No Mr Hermann, he was clearly just a lone wolf who was afraid of dying in the Bulgarian civil war. That, and he was probably influenced by alcohol, school shootings, and maybe playing violent videogames.
‘He told lies so often’
Mr Herrmann said the man had been known to have tried to take his own life twice and had spent time in a psychiatric clinic.
“We don’t know if this man planned on suicide or if he had the intention of killing others,” he said.
I think it’s pretty obvious that he planned on taking others with him. Why else would he specifically blow himself up in a crowded area if he only wanted to kill himself?
A resident of the former Ansbach hotel where the bomber had lived, Alireza Khodadadi, told the Associated Press news agency that he had occasionally drunk coffee with the Syrian, whom he named only as Mohammed, and they had discussed religion.
Mohammed, he said, told him IS was not representative of Islam: “He always said that, ‘No, I’m not with them, I don’t like them and such stuff.’
And yet he resorted to similar tactics to what many of their supporters would use. Even if I give him the benefit of the doubt here and that he really does have nothing to do with ISIS, he still clearly a Muslim who committed an act of terrorism.
“But I think he had some issues because, you know, he told lies so often without any reason, and I understand that he wants to be in the centre of [attention], you know, he needed [attention],” Mr Khodadadi added.
Oh… so that will be the narrative they push this time. He just wanted attention. Like I said before, don’t fall for these attempts to distort the truth.