So Germany has had two cases of seemingly random violence occur in one day. The most shocking thing about this is that nobody could have possibly predicted this would happen. Well, some people would have expected this sort of thing to happen, but those people are all just evil hate filled, Neo-Nazi, white supremacist racists, who just hate Muslims for the colour of their skin, or possibly for their unusual names and clothing.
So lets take a look at what happened today.
AN 80-YEAR-OLD man has been attacked with a machete in Dusseldorf, just hours after a Kosovan went on a rampage with an axe in the German city’s railway station.
A manhunt has been launched for a man who is on the loose following the attack in a forest, according to reports.
That 80 year old man probably deserved it. If he’s 80 years old, it means he was born in either 1936 or 1937, so he was around for the Nazi era. Sure, he was a child at the time, and would have only been 8 or 9 years old by the time the Nazi regime collapsed, but nevertheless, he’s personally responsible for everything bad that happened back then, just by virtue of being born in the time and place that he was. He’s not the victim here. The attacker is the real victim, for having the misfortune of encountering such a monster.
Teachers and pupils in a nearby school, Theodor-Fliedner-Gymnasium, have been told to stay inside.
The victim has been rushed to hospital and police say the injuries are not life threatening.
The incident comes just hours after seven people were left injured in Dusselford rail station after a man went on a rampage with an axe.
Exciting times in Germany. Remember how dull and boring Germany used to be a few years back? Before all this excitement, I bet people were just dying of boredom. Now, they get to die from violent attacks instead. How exciting. How enriching. Diversity is our strength. Long live Angela Merkel.
Police say the attacks are not connected and have deployed more forces as the hunt gets underway.
A spokesman said: “According to the current understanding, there is no connection with the yesterday’s situation at the central station.”
I have no doubt that they probably weren’t connected. They don’t have to be. This sort of thing is just so common and normal in Europe now, that it can easily be coming from multiple independent sources at once.
Last night, Dusseldorf train station was placed on lockdown following the bloody rampage with a man armed with an axe.
A 36-year-old man, from Kosovo, was arrested following the attack.
Police idenitifed him as Fatmir H
They say he’s from Kosovo, but “Fatmir” is an Albanian name, so I’m guessing he’s actually an ethnic Albanian who has citizenship in Kosovo. Albania is one of the few Muslim majority countries in Europe, by the way. But then again, so is Kosovo itself, so either way, it’s all the same really.
and described him as “mentally ill”.
The great mental health crisis of 2016/2017, that seems to disproportionately affect Muslims in Europe, strikes again. You would think they would try and come up with another excuse at some point, but they keep jumping straight to this one for some reason. Maybe they just can’t think of a better one.
Seven people were injured, including two police officers. Police said none of the victims are in a life-threatening condition but one person is seriously injured.
No deaths this time luckily enough, which means this story will be flushed down the memory hole pretty soon. It’s only the ones in which people actually die, that really get any serious coverage anymore.
Witnesses said three men, a woman and a 13-year-old girl were among the victims.
No no no. This is wrong. They aren’t victims, because they’re “privileged”. The real victim is this poor “mentally ill” attacker, who probably just snapped because of all the racism and oppression he experienced. He’s the one who needs our sympathy, not the innocent people he attacked.
Now of course, the article doesn’t specifically say that the responsible parties are Muslims. Not enough details are given. In the case of the axe attack, we can make a pretty educated guess from the name given, that he probably was. In the case of the machete attack, no conclusive information is provided. However, from looking at precedent, and assuming that Coulter’s law holds up…
…I think it’s a pretty safe bet that the machete attacker was as well. We’ll just have to wait and see. Maybe this attack was a rare exception, but we won’t know for certain until the attacker is caught.