Another Islamic attack in Germany

Stuttgart Germany


Merkel’s Mobile Muslim Mayhem are continuing to make their presence in Germany felt. First there was the mad axe-weilding Islamic savage on a train, and now it seems another machete-weilding allegedly Islamic savage has run amok this time in Reutlingen, south of Stuttgart, this afternoon.

According to a piece in the UK Daily Mirror entitled: “Germany machete attack: Syrian refugee kills one and injures others after hacking at passersby in street’, the savage attacker hit out at random Germans with the weapon. He’s managed to kill one person and seriously injured two other people.

The Daily Mirror said:

The man is believed to have launched the horrifying attack on members of the public in the town of Reutlingen this afternoon

At least one person is dead and two others are injured after a machete-wielding man allegedly attacked passersby on a German street.

The suspect is believed to have randomly hacked at members of the public in the town of Reutlingen, south of Stuttgart, this afternoon.

A woman was killed in the horrific attack, while at least two others suffered unspecified injuries, according to local media.

The man, thought to have been acting alone, was reportedly arrested by police at the scene.

The motive behind the attack remains unclear, according to Germany’s Bild and Sueddeutsche Zeitung newspapers.

Merkel’s policy of importing thousands upon thousands of violent Islamic savages is being daily proved to be an utter disaster. It would have been less costly for the German people for the German Government to have sent aid directly to the areas that these ‘refugees’ came from rather than have them bring their violent and supreamacist culture to Germany. More dead because of Islam, when will it stop?

2 Comments on "Another Islamic attack in Germany"

  1. time for pest control?

    • Fahrenheit211 | July 24, 2016 at 5:15 pm |

      It’s certainly looking as if Germany has a lot of arse-lifting violent pests living within its borders at the moment.

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