Right... Apparently, uncle Vlad and his "independent" state media are the only really reliable sources when it comes to determine who is a terorist, and who isn't
Whatever it is, it's the mainstream medias fault... No wait, it's the liberal West... Oh wait, it's Merkel! Thank god Trump is coming, with his entourage of super-rich saboteurs, they are clearly anti-establishment, right?
Thank god you people are here to clear this up!
Also, let's ALWAYS jump to conclusions just by speculations of said corruptive mainstream media, shall we?
Cause we all know that this guy - let's say he is someone who arrived this year - would have had no way to come hereif it weren't for our enemy the globalization, which us very easily reversible in twenty minutes and in everyone's interest, right? Did I forget anything?
Ottackon's claim about the new arrivals however has some sense to it... That is where politics and law enforcement must intervene...
ramsej84 wrote:German media cited local security sources as saying that there was evidence suggesting the arrested suspect was from Afghanistan or Pakistan and entered Germany in February as a refugee.
FCBayernMunchen wrote:The thing many seem to be missing is that the security/law enforcement authorities are much more to blame here than Merkel or whoever. There was an identical attack in Nice just a few months ago. They should have been more careful around such potentially dangerous trucks and must be able to disarm them (either the driver or the truck itself) within seconds. Sure, the identity of the culprit was a refugee but it could have easily been me or anyone who did that for other reasons. It's an indication that they didn't learn from a similar recent tragedy and did not take the necessary precautions.
EDIT: to clarify what I mean; sure, tighter immigration controls might have stopped this one, but the flaw would have remained there to be exploited by anyone (including German criminals) even in future events. It's inexcusable that they didn't learn from Nice as terrorists/criminals evidently did.
FCB general wrote:You simply can't control and prevent absolutely everything, that's the whole point and what @ottackon said is the only truth. They can use a traffic sign as a weapon, bicycles, kitchen knives, trucks, cars, planes, wood, whatever one creative evil sick mind can get to kill a human being.
If Germany wants to help them, then they should help them in the Middle East, not bring them in Europe. Each to their own philosophy has been the only way to avoid this. Countries who have serious mental issues with diseases called globalism, liberalism and extreme secularism are only facing such tragedies and violence.
I don't see such problems in countries like Croatia, Ireland, Bulgaria, Czech Rep, Slovakia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Belarus, Montenegro, Lithuania, Hungary, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Monaco, Luxembourg, Andorra, Slovenia... Countries which are very proud of their identity and very careful and restrictive to foreigners and where human rights, homoliberalism, globalism and GMO are treated as something evil and bad from anti-state media and NGOs financed by Soros, US foreign office, schizophrenic liberal and antifa humanoids and co. There are murders, violence, robberies, etc., but they are all committed by Croats and its citizens, not refugees, immigrants who came outside of Europe.
But God, if states such as France, Germany, Sweden, Belgium, Holland and co. want their own people, culture and land see dead and destroyed in the name of the human rights and brotherhood with noble, good, beautiful and saint countries like Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait and UAE, it's their - 'choice'. As they say to their own people: "nobody even asks you all what you want, we'll say what you need and must!".
lau03143 wrote:The countries you list are hardly economic powerhouses where people want to move to.
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