After a week of riots in the Gaza strip which the media consistantly mislabelled as "protests", another outburst of violence shocks the Western World.
A car ploughed into a picturesque café in the city of Münster leaving two people dead and dozens wounded. The driver shot himself immediate. That is quite astonishing because the German government is even stripping citizens off knives.
The police has reportedly initiated a controlled explosion in the appartment of the suspect although the media tells us that there is no act of terrorism.
ZEIT online use as a headline of the news ticker into "Suspect is a German Citizen" for a while. Any trail that seemingly leads away from an Islamic background is over-reported. The suspect is given the pseudonym Jens R. which sounds like a typical name for an ethnic Germans. The suspect is a drug user and a petty thief. We learn that he had psychological issues. What we don't learn is whether he looks Caucasian, if he was shaved or bearded, if he had political symbols in the car and so on.
Newspaper WELT writes already in the teaser, 'While AfD react with Häme, it becomes clear that the suspect was a German.' The word "Häme" means a mixture of mockery and suspicion.
But what is wrong with Häme? The left only knows to react with the ever same decision tree after any terror attack.
1) Is it a Muslim?
Yes: Bad. Play it down and warn of islamophobia. Be abhorred about political proposals while the corpses are still warm.
No: Good. Proceed with 2.
2) Is the weapon a gun?
Yes: Wonderful. Make political proposals while the corpses are still warm! Ask for confiscation of guns!
No: Dammit! Claim your thoughts are with the dead while you fanatically think about another way to attack conservatives. Proceed with 3.
3) Is the weapon a car or a knife?
Yes: Claim that you don't see a pattern at all.
No: Halleluja! A bomb could be attributed to ETA or IRA or ... could be anything!
4) Do people offer their opinions?
No: Lay in wait!
Yes: Scold everybody who makes a wrong guess! In the wake of a terror attack one is not allowed to say, 'I believe this or that might have happened and I'm happy to correct myself later.' No, no, nononononono. Nobody must say something that is incorrect now. It is very, very, very important because ... eh ... conservatives tend to think for themselves and give precautious opinions.
5) Is it a left-wing extremist?
- Yes: Darn it! For Stalin's sake, make clear that non-Bolshevists caused more deaths in this country. Emphasize 'this country'.
- No: Uffff. Thank the female, black Goddess who is only worshipped by religious idiots who are not rational.
6) An anti-immigration background?
Yes, yes, orgasm, YEEEEEES!!!!!
The AfD Häme was one single tweet by parliamentarian Beatrix von Storch who wrote, "We can do it." It was a slogan given out by Merkel when the migration crisis started in 2015.
I think that this attack has no Islamic background. It doesn't matter anymore since Europe is in a slow burning civil war by now. The lines between political acts and copycats are blurring. The different groups will inevitably resort to similar tactics over time. We are doomed.