by Dave Blount | July 19, 2016 10:47 am
After we are done banning guns to prevent incidents like Orlando, airplanes to prevent incidents like 9/11, and trucks to prevent incidents like Nice, we will have to ban axes to prevent incidents like Würzburg:
18 people were injured after a man armed with an axe went on a bloody rampage after storming a train in Germany.
Armed police swarmed the area soon after receiving reports that a man hacked at passengers on board a train close to Wurzburg in southern Germany.
Police have confirmed that 18 people have been injured in the horrifying attack – three of them are fighting for life.
A 17-year-old Afghan refugee believed to be behind the attack was shot dead by police as he reportedly charged at them following the incident near Würzburg-Heidingsfeld station.
The boy is reported to have shouted “Allahu Akbar” before the attack and investigators believed he had [become a] ‘self-radicalised’ Muslim.
An ISIS flag was found in his room.
As the moonbats at BBC report,
The motive for the attack is not yet clear.
No doubt Obama would concur that his motives are a mystery.
The maniac entered Germany as an unaccompanied minor. If Germany were the sort of country where people are allowed to defend themselves, and a concealed carrier had dispatched him before he could spill blood, the media would now be weeping about the senseless death of a child. If any pictures of him as a 12-year-old could be uncovered, they would be plastered across TV screens, as after Trayvon Martin’s timely death.
The most obvious lessons: (1) law-abiding citizens must be able to defend themselves; (2) being under 18 years old does not mean you are not dangerous; (3) when you import large numbers of people from dysfunctional Islamic hellholes, you are importing their culture.
On tips from Lyle, Torcer, Jester, Steve A, Steve T, Dean D, Bodhisattva, and Byron. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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