‘GERMANY IS AT WAR’: Berlin on Alert for More Attacks as Police Hunt Armed ISIS Gunman [VIDEO]

‘GERMANY IS AT WAR’: Berlin on Alert for More Attacks as Police Hunt Armed ISIS Gunman [VIDEO]

After a suspected Islamic terrorist killed at least 12 people in Berlin, Germany on Monday, the entire world is on alert for other potential terrorist attacks. Germany, especially, is in fear, especially after the latest statement from police. They were forced to admit that they have no idea where the terrorist is and they believe that he is armed, and could potentially commit more terrorist attacks.


The terrorist was originally believed to be Naved B, a Pakistani asylum seeker. The driver of the lorry plowed through the Berlin Christmas market at 40 mph, intentionally steering at crowds, including children. In addition to the 12 people who have died, over 50 people are reported injured. It’s believed that the lorry was hijacked and the original driver, Lukasz Urban, was murdered.

Naved B entered the country under a false name and had a criminal record. But 12 hours after declaring him a suspect, police ruled him out and announced that the actual terrorist was still on the loose. Prosecutor Holger Münch warned that there could still be more terrorist attacks coming, with Berlin Police Chief Klaus Kandt begging for extra vigilance as the “dangerous criminal” was still out there. A senior police officer told die Welt newspaper, “We have the wrong man. The true perpetrator is still armed, at large and can cause further damage.”

It’s believed that the terrorist attack could be the final nail in the coffin for Angela Merkel, who is seeking an unprecedented fourth term as chancellor. Merkel is responsible for the flood of Islamic refugees into the country and has plans to allow more to enter Germany in 2017. Meanwhile, crime has been skyrocketing, with sexual assault and rape in particular on the rise. Merkel left white roses at the site of the attack and gave a press conference as well. “We will find the strength to continue living life as we want to live it in Germany – in freedom, openness and together,” she said. “It is a terrible deed which one cannot understand. It took their lives; many people are injured, are fighting for their lives and fighting for their health, and in these hours I first and foremost think of these people – the dead, the injured, their families, their friends, their relatives. I would like you to know that we – all of us, the whole of the country – are with you in deep sadness.”

She also swore to punish the perpetrator under the full extent of the law. But it may not be enough to save her from the anger of the German people over her irresponsible choice to allow over one million refugees to enter the country unvetted.

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