“Mentally ill Axeman” Injures Seven at German Train Station

Of course he wasn’t an “axeman”, he was a Musel-man from “former Yugoslavia.” Cops say mental illness, no terror motive

Funny how quick the police knows something  they cannot possibly know. Whenever a jihad attack  happens they tell us “motive unclear. Mentally unstable. No terrorism. Repeat: No terrorism. Nothing to do with the Religion of Peace…”

“Former Yugoslavia”? Yugoslavia ceased to exist in 1992. That was 25 years ago. Why is that still a point of reference? Why don’t they say he is from the former Austro-Hungarian Empire? Can’t the police be a bit more specific? Is this axe attacker a Catholic from Croatia? Orthodox from Serbia? Or…a Muslim from Bosnia or Kosovo? Why are authorities being so coy, just as they were in the case of the Heidelberg vehicle/knife attack, in which they identified the attacker as a “German national” without releasing his name or addressing the question of his religion? This doesn’t allay suspicions, it only increases them. And given the fact that terror motives have been dismissed in so very many other cases, including the Fort Hood jihad massacre, unless and until we receive more information the authorities’ assertion that this was not terror cannot prudently be taken at face value. What’s more, obvious jihad attacks have often been dismissed as acts by people with “mental health problems.”

3 thoughts on ““Mentally ill Axeman” Injures Seven at German Train Station”

    1. “Muhammad was a nutcase who wrote a book telling everyone else that “god” wanted them to think and act exactly like him.

      The End.”

      Brilliant. You should publish that in hardcover – titled – ‘Everything you need to know about islam’

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