Thu. Sep 24th, 2020

10 thoughts on “Deadly shots in Hanau: The delusion of the alleged assassin

  1. looks like a psychosis. then the theme doesnt matter so much but one has then a different world in his mind. dont know wether u know the movie “a beautiful mind”. this comes close to it. and something filled this mindset. some people read the bible to much and then start to hear voices. an aunt from me held a secret service responsible for it that there was always no shopping cart in front of the supermarket when she showed up. he was perhaps for to long in the internet.

    he shot in 2 sisha bars exclusivly people with a migration background. kurds, romanian and so on. so people with a browner skin.

    “The 43-year-old German left a 24-page manifesto on his now inaccessible website. It gives an insight into his thinking. This makes it clear: Apparently, over the years he has developed his destructive worldview, which consists of right-wing extremism, conspiracy theories, persecution and megalomania, hatred of women and religious fanaticism.”

  2. I do not believe that lies are a house of cards, and yes, we must see the root causes of this violence that makes no sense

  3. Lies are a house of cards we can blow down without physically harming a single person”.
    It seems to me, Lenna, that we now are dangerously close to the point of non return on this matter. And what worries me even more, is that it will be precisely playing in the hand of the customary warmongers: the “usual suspects” who, through ever repetitive lies, strive for chaos and flourish so well on it…

  4. I wonder how many quiet natives of smaller germany secretly live in Tobias R’s “own world” and are now increasingly wishing to get on with it.

    Everywhere in Neurope – bare in the few healthy countries left, led by people of acceptable common sense – it very much looks as if there now was a vulpine race between the speed at which the average citizen wakes up and the efforts that the ‘Governance’ (™) is frantically going through to disarm and weaken him – in all the senses of these two verbs.

  5. (As a side-dish to social medias) I have noticed the warning for the man/woman/non-binary/horse-doctor (etc.) with obviously little time on hands:

    “4 min read”.

    It truly is splendid to see.

    I once experienced something along a similar – cultural – line in a department store:

    One shop attendant shouting (but politely) – ‘portable’ phones had yet to be invented – to the other one. (In a crowd; client waiting):

    – Say! Do you have some Mozart?!

    Other shop attendant (shouting over his shoulder from the other side of the store… but in a polite tone):

    – Noh! But I’ve got some Beethoven.

    For a while, I toyed with the idea of cutting in with:

    – I’ll have half a pound of Beethoven and two dozen of these Tchaikovskies over here – if they are extra fresh, that is. And also the tunafish sandwich. No mayonnaise. Thank you…

    This

    “4 min read”

    is a good summary to where we are smartly heading at.

  6. “I wonder how many quiet natives of smaller germany secretly live in Tobias R’s “own world” and are now increasingly wishing to get on with it.”

    GERMANY: ELECTION IN HAMBURG
    SPD clear ahead of Greens, CDU at all-time low, AfD below five percent
    Status: 6:25 p.m.

    Victory for the Social Democrats: Despite losses, the SPD won the citizens’ election well ahead of the Greens. The CDU is doing worst than ever in Hamburg. FDP and AfD are concerned about entering parliament at all.

    Surprisingly, the AfD, which was recently successful in all federal states, had to worry about remaining in the parliament – as did the FDP

    https://www.welt.de/politik/deutschland/article206080803/Hamburg-Wahl-SPD-vor-Gruenen-CDU-auf-Allzeittief-AfD-unter-fuenf-Prozent.html

    In Hamburg, the AfD once moved into a West German state parliament for the first time. Now the right wing could become kicked out of the parliament the first time in Germany. After a long streak of success, that would be the first damper for the party.

    The racially motivated murders of Hanau could have played a role in this. The shock in Germany is deep, and it may dawn on one or the other voter, who still considered the AfD a bourgeois party, that its radical politics and rhetoric could have paved the way for such acts.

    Since then, the SPD and the Greens in particular have positioned themselves even more decisively in an anti-fascist way – which could have given them a further influx in the urban milieu.
     
    https://www.spiegel.de/politik/deutschland/hamburg-wahl-die-spd-kann-noch-gewinnen-und-die-afd-verlieren-a-3c7e699e-13d3-4d49-90fa-ce721a388e4c

  7. “Training my brain capacity”

    is a sentence which one often reads under the keyboards of such people (and also those formatted in many military or privately ‘contracted’ alleged ‘élite’ units…).

    It often goes along with the effect of certain specific products to make-do for the total erasing of common sense and to help ‘Hulk up’* the useful nut.

    * Hulk: but one element of the Marvel comics gang strategy devised – from the very beginning (FDR and his patrons regnanti) of the comic books series – to prime their commercial targets to remote-controlling made easy along the lines “Greek mythology now accessible to all” or “Herakles’ twelve tasks for the simple man” with the ultimate idea of conveniently shifting public opinions at will in most alleged democrassies.

  8. looks like a psychosis. then the theme doesnt matter so much but one has then a different world in his mind. dont know wether u know the movie “a beautiful mind”. this comes close to it. and something filled this mindset. some people read the bible to much and then start to hear voices. an aunt from me held a secret service responsible for it that there was always no shopping cart in front of the supermarket when she showed up. he was perhaps for to long in the internet.

    he shot in 2 sisha bars exclusivly people with a migration background. kurds, romanian and so on. so people with a browner skin.

    “The 43-year-old German left a 24-page manifesto on his now inaccessible website. It gives an insight into his thinking. This makes it clear: Apparently, over the years he has developed his destructive worldview, which consists of right-wing extremism, conspiracy theories, persecution and megalomania, hatred of women and religious fanaticism.”

  9. tjo, he was an antizionist. israel was also on his list of countries one should remove from the earth. together with 12 other ones. and his ideas were triggered by words. do you want to know what he wrote about womens and homosexuals?

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