“Mutti Merkel’s Massacre?” Well, what else can we call the terrorist outrage in Berlin, where one of the terrorists admitted as “asylum seekers,” probably not working alone, killed 12 and injured 48 or 49, 18 of them critically or severely? To make matters worse, the first alien criminal they grabbed — we mentioned him yesterday, a Pakistani “refugee” named Naved Baluch, caught after wanton traffic violations that made witnesses suspect he was the Berlin killer — was the wrong guy. They figured it out when his DNA didn’t match the blood the injured murderer left behind, with the body of the dead authorized truck driver, in the juggernaut he used to commit the massacre.
Uh, he also left his ID card. And his name is Anus. (Okay, it’s Anis, Anis Amri, but Arabic transcription is pretty flexible, no? We’re going with Anus). And yes, he’s from the desert planet of Tattooine, uh, the desert burg of Tataouine in Algeria, an Islamic extremist stronghold. Well, either way he’s an alien presence in Germany.
The Germans, whose Secret State Police (and its successor, the East German Stasi, which had a lot of continuity in leadership and methods) once terrorized all Europe, seem to have lost the capability, or perhaps the will, to do good police work. Illustrating (literally) this: these pictures of Anus’s whole face showed up in an English newspaper.
The pictures the German police released had the eyes blanked out to protect Anus’s privacy. That’s right, they’re less interested in catching this sphincter muscle than they are in protecting his privacy.
Well, to blazes with his privacy. We’d take it as a personal favor if you spread these pictures far and wide, and if you see him on the street and happen to be driving a 44-tonne class European M2-standard big rig, you know what to do. Lex Talionis, a concept from European civilization, which predates moslem civilization.
But hey, 2016 predates moslem civilization, too. Moslem barbarism, well, that’s different.
Here’s a graphic with a timeline of the crime and investigation, so far.
We’re still trying to get our heads around the German unwillingness to name and ID their suspect. It’s not just because they had the wrong guy first time, but a matter of long-standing national policy.
According to that English paper (The daily Mail; it’s a dirty job, but they wanna be paperback writers):
The 21-year-old’s ID was found under the seat in the lorry used to murder 12 people and maim dozens of others.
Yet strict privacy rules in Germany mean newspapers in the country are referring to him only by his first name and the first initial of his last surname – despite a public appeal aimed at tracking him down.
Pictures of Anis A, who if he is the driver police believe is probably armed, ‘highly dangerous’ and a member of a ‘large’ Islamic organisation, are also partially obscured, blocking out his eyes.
Media used the same naming method for Naved Baluch yesterday when the Pakistani was held in the aftermath of the atrocity.
In line with the country’s privacy laws, German authorities will not fully name anyone they arrest over the atrocity.
It is not the first example of full names being withheld during criminal cases in the country.
Last month, only first names were released as two Syrian men, Kamel T.H.J. and Azad R., were charged with membership in a terrorist organisation on allegations they fought with a militant Islamist groups in their homeland.
A month earlier, a similar tactic was employed on the arrest of suspected ISIS airport bomb plotter Jaber al-Bakr.
The 22-year-old, had built ‘a virtual bomb-making lab’ in a flat in Chemnitz and was thought to have planned an attack against either one of Berlin’s two airports or a transport hub in his home state of Saxony, security sources said.
He later hanged himself in his prison cell – despite being on suicide watch.
No great loss. It spares the rest of us from what he’d do when the Germans let him go.
Some newspapers even keep to the rule when referring to Austrian monster Josef Fritzl, who repeatedly raped his daughter, Elisabeth, and fathered seven children by her while keeping her imprisoned in his cellar for 24 years.
Not saying Fritzl should be anybody’s role model, but who’s the real monster? He or the mohammedan?
Amri had an online presence that suggested he supports the Ansar al-Sharia extremist group back home.
His injuries that caused his blood to be left in the truck came, in a matter of sweet payback, from Christmas wreaths and scaffolding that penetrated his truck. Jesus Saves, but if you’re a murtherin’ heathen, sometimes He just turns you in to the cops.
Mrs Merkel’s tone-deaf response to the crime shows that she is at least consistent. While her citizens were being murdered by her beloved “refugees,” she was attending a pro-migrant event; when she spoke about the tragedy, her sympathies were for the perps, not the victims:
“It would be particularly hard to bear for all of us if it was confirmed that a person committed this crime who asked for protection and asylum in Germany”
When she belatedly showed up to lay roses on the scene the next day, the question might be whether she was laying them for the victims or for her own political career, which her open-doors-for-terrorists policy has put on life support.
There are two graphic ways of looking at the refugee carnage in Germany. The Mail produced a map:
The second way is to plug those same numbers in by time. Neither of these is particularly good because there’s a lot of luck (good and ill) in outcomes. Along with these “successful” plots, there have been others interrupted by German authorities or international police work.
The Mail article says that truck attacks were called for in a recent issue of ISIL’s Rumiyah (Rome) magazine, which replaced their previous magazine Dabiq when they lost the city of Dabiq. We searched two issues of Rumiyah, which are all that we are aware of, without finding this reference. But if ISIL is pushing this technique, we can expect to see more of them. (They are definitely pushing knife attacks, and we’ve seen an increase in those in Israel, the USA and Europe).
This post has been edited. Number of injured and critically injured was updated to 48 or 49 (media disagree) and 18 critically or severely.