Wednesday, October 26, 2016


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A horrific terror attack happened on Monday in Germany as a 17-year-old Afghanistan refugee went on a rampage.

The young refugee stormed the train and yelled “Allahu Akbar” as he began wielding an axe and hacking passengers.

18 people were injured and three are in critical condition fighting for their lives.

The attack happened near the Wurzburg-Heidingsfeld station and there are videos online that show the aftermath of the horrific terrorist strike.

The local police responded to the scene quickly and the terrorist was shot and killed as he attempted to charge the cops with the axe.

The Mirror in the UK is reporting that an ISIS flag was found in the room of the attacker and that he became a terrorist on his own. He was Muslim, but didn’t belong to any formal organization, but idolized ISIS.

This morning, ISIS is claiming responsibility for the attack.

Mr. Herman, the Bavarian interior minister said this about the attacker.

“Because of the behavior of this young man in recent months, people who knew him don’t understand his actions at all. He was described as ‘calm’ and ‘quiet’, someone who went to the mosque for specific occasions but not any other times.”

There was some criticism for shooting the axe wielding boy, but the interior minister praised the police.

“He was arrested but had aggressive behavior and tried to attack members of the police and that’s when they started shooting and he was killed. I would like to thank the security forces for their very quick and effective actions. There’s no reason to criticize the police, we thank the police very much for their actions.”

It seems every single day there is a different terrorist attack across the world. They have used trucks, axes and bullets to kill in the past few days. It doesn’t not seem like they are on the run like Obama proclaims.

What are your thoughts on the many recent terrorist attacks in Europe? Let us know in the comments below.

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cake in the face

A German political recently called for a limitation to the number of refugees that Germany can receive, but a liberal activist group disagrees.

Instead of debating the issue like rational adults, an activist was able to get hit the German MP with a chocolate cake. Something you don’t see every day.

Watch for yourself.

The activist was arrested and the German MP was able to wipe off the cake and dry clean her clothes. What didn’t happen, unfortunately, she didn’t immediately stand up and say, “You want a piece of me?” Clearly we can’t have our cake and eat it too.

Meanwhile in America, babies want to kill Trump.

If you could put cake in the face of any politician who would it be? Let us know in the comments below.

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Muslim Refugee

A female German police officer was viciously attacked by a Muslim refugee–after he freaked out at a train station.

Her attacker was a 23-year-old Moroccan man, described as an “asylum-seeker.” After conductors on the train platform in Osnabruck, Germany, tried to check his ticket, he apparently started acting strangely.

They quickly called for police to help–which is when the man flew into a rage and the situation escalated into violence.

The refugee first attacked the female officer, kicking and biting her while screaming, “Allah hu Akbar,” the jihadist call-to-action, and pledging allegiance to ISIS. He also tried to grab one of the police officers’ service pistol.

It ultimately took three police officers to subdue the attacker. His attacks left the female cop with a “massive” knee injury and another officer with a broken rib and bites on his arm.

It’s unclear what exactly made the man fly off the handle. Some sources suggest that the man, who didn’t speak German, didn’t understand his ticket was being checked–and feared he was being deported. But police have rejected that explanation, saying it would’ve been impossible for the refugee not to understand what was going on.

Despite his comments, a search of his apartment showed that he’s not affiliated with ISIS, and was not trying to commit an act of terror when he was arrested.

In a strange reversal, according to Breitbart, the attacker is now considering a legal case against police–citing police brutality for his treatment at the train station.

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An 87-year-old German woman has been sentenced to ten months in prison—for doubting the Holocaust.

Ursula Haverbeck was sentenced to jail on November 11.

The controversy arose when Haverbeck, who was the chairwoman of the now-banned free speech association, “Collegium Humanum,” gave an interview to Panorama magazine.

She claimed that Auschwitz, the famous Nazi concentration camp, wasn’t used for extermination—but, rather, forced labor.

She also claimed that the mass execution of Germany’s Jewish population actually never happened.

Unfortunately for her, Germany takes its war history very seriously—and it’s actually illegal to deny the Holocaust.

According to German law, anyone who “denies or downplays an act committed under the rule of National Socialism [Nazi]… in a manner capable of disturbing the public peace shall be liable to imprisonment not exceeding five years or a fine.”

This isn’t Haverbeck’s first run in with the law. She was fined thousands of dollars for her controversial views in 2009.

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A 91-year-old German woman was just charged with 260,000 counts of accessory to murder–because of her actions during World War II.

The woman, who has not been named by German authorities, was arrested and charged due to her role at the Auschwitz concentration camp. There, she served as a telegraph operator–essentially a secretary–from April to July 1944.

But during her tenure at Auschwitz, massive numbers of Hungarian Jews were murdered in the infamous gas chambers.

The woman in question belonged to an all-female unit working at Auschwitz, which helped the SS quickly exterminate Jews. It’s not entirely clear exactly how, as a telegraph operator, this woman played an accessory role in the deaths.

This woman is widely expected to be the last Nazi charged with crimes in Germany–because the war ended nearly seventy years ago, most of the perpetrators have long since died of natural causes or already been indicted or convicted of crimes.

Earlier this year, a 94-year-old German man, Oskar Groening–known as the “Bookkeeper of Auschwitz”–was convicted and sentenced to four years in prison. Due to his advanced age, he was expected to be the final Nazi war trial–until this yet-to-be-named woman was arrested.

Even though so much time has passed, Nazi war crimes remain a visceral topic in Germany–with the German government and people often advocating going great lengths in order to atone for their crimes in the 1940s.

Despite being 91-years-old, the woman will be tried as a minor–she was under 21 when her crimes were allegedly committed. She’s apparently fit to stand trial, which means that even with a short sentence, she could face the rest of her life behind bars.

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Saudi Arabia wants to build 200 mosques in Germany.

Saudi Arabia has offered to “help” with the Syrian refugee crisis that’s quickly engulfing Europe–but is it really help if it’s nakedly self-serving?

The U.S.-allied kingdom, which has been one of the leading instigators of radical Islam over the last few decades, has offered help only in the form of building 200 new mosques in Germany.

That comes to about one mosque for every 100 refugees that have recently crossed the border.

Saudi Arabia has allowed 500,000 Syrian workers–which, worth noting, is not refugees, who usually don’t have an income–into their country.

But, along with their wealthy oil-rich neighbors, they have been heavily criticized for not doing much in response to the Syria crisis, which has forced millions to flee as ISIS continues to take over larger and larger portions of the embattled nation.

Part of the reluctance for the Gulf States’ to take in refugees is that Syria is closely allied with Iran, which has had a prickly and competitive relationship with the rest of the Arab world. These nations are concerned that, if they allow in refugees who are loyal to Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, there could be increased sectarian tensions.

As a result, Western countries–mainly in Europe–have been forced to pick up the slack. Germany has taken the lion’s share of the burden, offering to take up to 500,000 refugees each year–equivalent to nearly 1% of their population.

But whether or not Germany plans to take Saudi Arabia up on their mosque proposal remains to be seen.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel simply said that, like all proposals, this one would “have to go through the federal authorities.”



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