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[Germany] Far-Right Shooter Kills Nine And Himself.
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And Angela is outraged.
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Quote:Man who killed nine in Germany had far-right website and was found dead alongside his mum.

Tobias R is thought to have run a far-right website and police are treating the attack as an act of domestic terrorism.

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(Top) video screengrab is thought to have come from the suspect's website.
(Bottom Left) Police officers secure one of the targets in the shooting.
(Bottom Right) Police secure the suspect's home.

'The gunman who killed nine people in shisha bars in Germany had a xenophobic motive and has been identified by
federal prosecutors as Tobias R. Police in Hanau found the 43-year-old dead in his flat, along with the body of his
72-year-old mother which also had gunshot wounds.

Interior minister Peter Beuth said the perpetrator was in legal possession of guns and was a sports marksman.
A website believed to belong to the suspect is being evaluated and Mr Beuth said: "Initial analysis of the webpage
of the suspect indicate a xenophobic motivation."

The attack is being treated as an act of domestic terrorism.
Chancellor Angela Merkel said the shootings exposed the "poison" of racism in German society and pledged to
stand up against those who seek to divide the country. German news agency dpa reported, citing unnamed security
officials, that a written claim of responsibility and a video were found and are being examined by police.

Bild daily reported that some of the victims were of Kurdish descent and others are thought to have been Turkish.
At least five people have also been injured following the incidents in the German city, east of Frankfurt.
Police said the shootings took place at about 10pm local time on Wednesday.

Detectives said the Midnight shisha bar in the Heumarkt area of Hanau was targeted first, and witnesses reported
hearing eight to nine gunshots. A dark vehicle was seen fleeing the scene.
Gunshots were then heard at the Arena Bar and Cafe in the Kurt-Schumacher-Platz area, which is a short distance
away.

A damaged car covered in thermal foil and surrounded by shattered glass was seen near where the second shooting
took place. Henry Faltin, a spokesman for police in southeastern Hesse state, where Hanau is located, declined to
comment on a report by the Bild news site that ammunition was found in the suspect's vehicle.

Can-Luca Frisenna, whose father runs a local shop, said he had come running to the scene after receiving a phone
call saying his father and brother may have been caught up in the shooting.
"But then I saw them both - they were horrified and they were crying and everything," he said.
"It is like being in a film, it's like a bad joke, that someone is playing a joke on us. I can't grasp yet everything that has
happened.

"My colleagues, all my colleagues, they are like my family, they can't understand it either, but I hope that there is a hope
that god is with them." Officers said they had received information about a vehicle fleeing from the scene and traced it
to the gunman's home.
The flat was then blocked off and searched by special police forces.

Earlier in the night, heavily armed officers sealed off two streets and a police helicopter was deployed.
Germany's political landscape has been polarised in recent years, with a wave of immigration and a slowing economy
helping to fuel support for extremist groups at both ends of the spectrum.

In October, an anti-Semitic gunman opened fire outside a German synagogue on Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the
Jewish year, and killed two people as he livestreamed his attack.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tweeted: "My thoughts are with the people of Germany as they grieve those lost
in the terrible attack in Hanau last night.
"The UK stands with our German friends against this racist assault on our values."...'
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#2
Saw this earlier.

Then I saw some "wanna be" reporter trying to use the story to smear Q.  Said it sounded like he might be a follower of the Q movement.

Ask yourself why the media is going after Q so hard (now going on for over 2 years) if Q is fake?


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#3
Found this info

Quote:Paranoia, racism: German killer drew on conspiracy tropes

 By VOICE OF EUROPE  21 February 2020
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BERLIN (AP) — He mixed extreme paranoia about secret state surveillance with far-right conspiracy
tropes, misogyny and racist vitriol.

The gunman who killed nine people in the Frankfurt suburb of Hanau left behind a 24-page rambling screed calling
for the “complete extermination” of races he considered inferior; a video blending far-right diatribes, delusional musings
and an infamous quote by Adolf Hitler; and an English-language video statement that echoes themes of child sacrifices
and disdain for mainstream media found in the QAnon conspiracy theory.

The attacker was found dead at home along with his mother, who may have been his 10th victim. His website and
YouTube channel came down almost immediately, as German authorities tried to prevent his rant from spreading
across the internet and morphing into an extremist rallying cry, as happened after the mosque killings in Christchurch,
New Zealand, last March.


All of the people he killed during his rampage across the city were of foreign origin.
Identified as Tobias Rathjen, the gunman made no direct references to QAnon, far-right memes or other deadly attacks
and their notorious perpetrators such as the killer in Christchurch or the gunman in the German city of Halle who killed
two people outside a synagogue on Yom Kippur in October.

Germany’s federal prosecutor, Peter Frank, described the rant as stocked with “confused ideas and far-fetched conspiracy
theories.” It was last modified on Jan. 22 and offered no indication he was planning an attack, according to Rita Katz of the
SITE Intelligence Group. The English-language video was completed on Feb. 13, she said.

Despite his incoherence, the 43-year-old tapped into an increasingly widespread vein of conspiracy theories originating in
the United States, including many by QAnon, and woven into other specifically German themes.

QAnon, a right-wing conspiracy theory that President Donald Trump is fighting “deep state” enemies and a child sex
trafficking ring, seeped into online chatter associated with the far-right Alternative for Germany party beginning in 2018
but remained on the margins, according to a study last year by the Institute for Strategic Dialogue think tank.

One of the documents posted to Rathjen’s website detailed his conviction that he had been under government He wrote:
“The following people must be completely exterminated: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Israel, Syria,
Jordan, Lebanon, the complete Arabian Peninsula, Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan,
India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and the Philippines.”

In the English-language video, he warned Americans that they are under the control of “invisible secret societies,” and
he spoke of subterranean military bases where “they abuse, torture and kill little children.”

Peter Neumann, a senior fellow at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation at King’s College London,
described the screed as a “do-it-yourself set of beliefs” that is increasingly common among violent far-right extremists.

The center also analyzed a nine-minute video that ended with a twist on a notorious Hitler quote: “I don’t believe that
the people who are laughing today will be laughing in the future.”

“There’s a far-right extremist bent to it. There’s also misogynism. There’s of course evidence of his obsessions,
conspiracy theories,” Neumann said.

An FBI bulletin warned last May about the potential for violence among American fringe political conspiracy theorists.
Thursday’s rampage may be a new sign that the danger has spread beyond U.S. borders.

Travis View, a conspiracy theory researcher, said that while the gunman’s online ramblings suggest he was influenced
by a hodgepodge of paranoid conspiracy theories, including QAnon, some of the beliefs expressed by the gunman
diverge from QAnon dogma, such as a passage in which he suggests he was responsible for Trump’s policies and
even political slogans.

“That’s very not ‘Q.’ They think that Trump is this super-genius. They would never be so arrogant to suppose that they
could give Trump — God emperor — ideas,” said View, who co-hosts The QAnon Anonymous Podcast and has written
about QAnon for The Washington Post under his pseudonym. He works as a marketer for a San Diego company and
says he uses the pseudonym to protect himself.

View also said the gunman’s delusions about being under surveillance resemble the beliefs of those who call themselves
“Targeted Individuals” and are convinced that government agents whom they call “gangstalkers” are using mind-control
devices to monitor and torture them .

The gunman’s frustration with women is a common trait among “incels,” short for those who are “involuntary celibate.”
The movement, an online subculture linked to deadly attacks in California, Toronto and Florida, promotes the misogynistic
idea that men are entitled to have sex with women.

“There’s a serious question of whether the mental issues were so severe that we can no longer speak of an act of terrorism.
It’s not a frivolous question,” Neumann said.

The Confederation of Kurdish Communities in Germany blamed the political climate in Germany, where a prominent
member of the Alternative for Germany party suggested that “well-tempered cruelty” is necessary to drive immigrants
out of the country.

“Those in positions of political responsibility in this country didn’t stand up decisively to right-wing networks and
right-wing terrorism,” the Kurdish group said. Several of the victims are believed to be of Kurdish origin.

Investigators are looking into the German attacker’s mental state and whether he had accomplices.

“Such a crime doesn’t come out of nowhere,” said Christine Lambrecht, Germany’s justice minister. “It results from
hatred in the country that we urgently need to break through.”
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I wonder if anyone has done any studies of far-LEFT mass killers?

No, of course not - everyone knows that the Left only has the best interests of everyone at heart, and would never even think of such a thing!

Fun fact - and one which seems to have so far gone unreported anywhere: Almost every single "mass killing" in the US has been committed by an "Incel". Nearly every single one. Now it seems that this one in Germany may also have been committed by an "Incel".

Could it be that "Incels" ARE "Incels" ("involuntarily celibates") because they are generally too creepy and mayhem-minded to attract ladies? Might that have something to do with their episodic mass-killing sprees? Could it be that the "Incels" get even MORE out of sorts because they can't get laid (because they're generally too creepy to get within arm's reach of the fairer sex)? Could that escalation of "out of sorts" occasion the  odd mass-killing here and there?

Shouldn't they be looking into "Incels" rather than trying to disarm everyone else EXCEPT "Incels"? Maybe set up special Houses of Ill Repute where "Incels" could at least screw each other or something? You know, release that tension, and give them something to do that doesn't involve killing off crowds of people?

Nah, that might actually solve the problem - they they wouldn't have anything to rail against!


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“There is no hunting like the hunting of man, and those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never care for anything else thereafter.” ― Ernest Hemingway
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#5
From WallFire's above post:


Quote:QAnon, a right-wing conspiracy theory that President Donald Trump is fighting “deep state” enemies and a child sex
trafficking ring, seeped into online chatter associated with the far-right Alternative for Germany party beginning in 2018
but remained on the margins, according to a study last year by the Institute for Strategic Dialogue think tank.

See what I mean?  They just had to connect this maniac to Q followers. Makes a good smear I suppose. Only problem is, Q is NOT violent; just the opposite. We seek to unite people by spreading truth and helping people.

Just take a look at this Qanon follower from the Trump rally the other night. These guys in the upper left corner of this video are helping a WWII Vet to his seat. The gentlemen with the beard is an Anon, and this is what our movement is all about.
The first part of the video has him as a guest, if anyone is interesting in watching.

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Here's the video link:  https://youtu.be/Jh9zPkGjAsw
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(02-23-2020, 02:32 AM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: Just take a look at this Qanon follower from the Trump rally the other night. These guys in the upper left corner of this video are helping a WWII Vet to his seat. The gentlemen with the beard is an Anon, and this is what our movement is all about.
The first part of the video has him as a guest, if anyone is interesting in watching.

Not any more - you just outed him, and his picture is all over the air waves. That's not conducive to remaining "Anonymous".


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“There is no hunting like the hunting of man, and those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never care for anything else thereafter.” ― Ernest Hemingway
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#7
Germany's problems may not be over yet.



Quote:Germany: Around 30 injured as car 'deliberately driven' into German carnival parade.

Witnesses have said the driver appeared to deliberately target children and accelerated into the crowd at "full throttle".

'Around 30 people have been injured after a car was deliberately driven into a carnival parade in Germany, police said.
Officers added the driver, who they believe is a local man, has been arrested following the incident in Volkmarsen in the
central state of Hesse.

Germany's Hessenschau news service said police have confirmed the motorist is a 29-year-old German citizen.
The regional broadcaster added officers were unsure of the suspect's motive.
The German tabloid Bild cited the state ministry as saying the detained driver was not fit for questioning.

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German news website HNA cited witnesses as saying the driver appeared to have deliberately targeted children
and had driven into the crowd "at full throttle". Local reports suggest children are among those who have been injured.
Witnesses said the driver drove around a barrier blocking off traffic from the parade, according to the regional Frankfurter
Rundschau newspaper.

The police have not received reports of any deaths and do not have a specific number of injuries.
Video footage from the scene showed a silver Mercedes station wagon with its hazard lights blinking on the pavement,
while emergency workers walked nearby. Amateur pictures published online showed police officers standing next to a
silver Mercedes.

A large number of officers have been at the scene about 175 miles southwest of Berlin, and the public were being urged
not to spread unconfirmed reports about the incident.
Today is Rosenmontag in Germany - Rose Monday in English - a popular day for carnival celebrations across the country.

Police said in a tweet that all carnival processions in Hesse have now been cancelled as a precaution.
It comes less than a week after a gunman shot 10 people dead in the German town of Hanau, which is also in Hesse state.
The shooting was one of the worst racist attacks in the country since World War Two.
Investigators in that incident have said that the 43-year-old suspect, who was found dead in his flat soon after the shooting,
had a xenophobic motive...'
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(02-23-2020, 02:53 AM)Ninurta Wrote:
(02-23-2020, 02:32 AM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: Just take a look at this Qanon follower from the Trump rally the other night. These guys in the upper left corner of this video are helping a WWII Vet to his seat. The gentlemen with the beard is an Anon, and this is what our movement is all about.
The first part of the video has him as a guest, if anyone is interesting in watching.

Not any more - you just outed him, and his picture is all over the air waves. That's not conducive to remaining "Anonymous".


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No, I didn't out him. He has a Facebook group and he uses his real name there. It's Jason Frank. Also, he has been doing interviews with all the truth channels on You Tube; he uses his real name there too.
 
An "Anon" is just what they call the people who "bake the bread" (research) on the Q board, which is called 8Kun.  Some people call all the followers of the Q posts Anons, so I guess it's just the family of truth seekers who use Q that call everyone Anon.
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