The Pale Green Horse if the Apocalypse

The Climate Strike: Where PC and the DDR meet.

The following video features a young woman named Nicole who advises her viewers to think for themselves rather than blindly follow the climate lemmings.

And attached below is an article about the climate strike from the Berliner Zeitung, translated by Yours Truly Nash Montana Nash Montana Nashie Montana

‘Climate Strike By Hook Or By Crook’

Students under pressure — those who won’t participate are going to have a problem

BERLIN — This coming Friday, presumably thousands will be in Berlin’s streets after “Friday for Future” has called for a climate strike. So far, so good — one would think. But the group dynamic that has developed over recent weeks around the topic of climate protection has morphed into a compulsion that frankly makes my stomach hurt. It sounds and it feels deeply unhealthy.

For instance, the 11-year-old son of a friend of mine recently asked his teacher if one really had to participate in the climate strike. Because his piano lessons are scheduled for Friday, and he’d much rather go and practice the piano.

Morally pressured

This is where the disturbing part of the story begins. Because even though officially it is a matter of free will whether the kids want to go and participate in the climate strike or not, the teacher, a woman, forced the 11-year-old to stand in front of the class, and began to lecture him.

She got in his face and said to him: “If you don’t care about your future, then of course you don’t have to go there.” And, pregnant with meaning, she added: “I, for one, care about my future.” I mean, seriously? Who does this teacher think she is, to morally pressure this young boy with such a heavy hand? And then to imply a threat in front of his classmates along the lines of “Participate in the climate strike, or you will be an outsider!”

During my time in school in Bavaria about thirty years ago, the book The Wave was a part of our curriculum. We were supposed to learn what happens when a movement takes on a life of its own — even if the intentions behind the movement are noble or harmless. Towards the end of the book the students who didn’t want to participate in the experiment that created an impressive group dynamic ended up being ridiculed, bullied, harassed and even physically attacked.

To dictate what society looks like

Since the teacher about whom I am writing also comes from Western Germany, it’s safe to assume she has read the book as well. But obviously she didn’t get the moral of the story.

Unfortunately, she is also not the only person who can’t comprehend that dictatorial impulses are simply never okay. Just recently, this has become once again crystal clear when the singer Herbert Grönemeyer — at his Vienna concert — openly declared that, under certain circumstances, it is “up to us to dictate what society looks like.”

Tens of thousand of people applauded his words with glassy-eyed ecstasy. And again, they were mostly people who grew up after 1945 in the Western part of Europe.

Like in the DDR

One fact slowly pushes itself to the surface, which is that the sprawling climate-protection-above-all movement, which presents itself as more and more intolerant and aggressive, is an ideology that has been conceived mostly in the heads of people who grew up with a Western imprint. At least the father of the 11-year-old boy about whom I am writing here is fed up with what he calls “this voluntary pressure”. And with a mixture of extreme discomfort and deep contempt towards the moral pressure that his son’s teacher had built up: “It’s exactly like in the old days. It’s exactly like in the DDR.”


“Us girls can’t be carefree and light-hearted anymore in our own country”

Marla is almost 15. She attends a private school in Cottbus. As brave as an Amazon, she tells of her experiences living in a small city.

She tells how she’s been sexually harassed numerous times and how she and her girlfriend don’t dare to go to the inner city anymore.

The reason, according to Marla: “So-called shelter seekers”. Marla spoke on August 21, 2019, in Luckau by Brandenburg.!/v/vladtepesblog/QmXeHt3GjNMwipsUYAEYRq63wST72gnuvxbdtKgUjBvUyv



“It is up to us to Dictate How a Society Has to Look”

Herbert Grönemeyer is a popular German musician and actor. He could be called the German Bruce Springsteen.

Mr. Grönemeyer caused an uproar recently with an onstage call for the dictatorial suppression of the Right in furtherance of maintaining left-wing governance, which he considers an absolute necessity.

The number of blatantly totalitarian statements from the Left seems to be increasing. Western Europe is ahead of us in that regard, but as the 2020 election campaign heats up, there is more and more of it here in the USA.

From the German edition of Rolling Stone:

This is why Herbert Grönemeyer bothered people with his speech against the right

For many years the singer Herbert Grönemeyer has been taking a clear stand against right-wing extremism. But after his latest speech at a concert in Vienna, he has received massive critique

Grönemeyer is currently on his “Tumultuous” tour across Europe and is more political than ever. Last summer in Chemnitz he said, “This land is our land. We hold it steady and keep it stable and we don’t let it swerve to the right.”

On Thursday September 12 the singer gave a concert in Vienna, Austria and made some comments in front of a sold-out concert audience concerning what he sees as an unstable political climate: “I only know it from hearsay, to live in times that are so brittle, so fragile, and on such thin ice. And I believe it should be clear to us, that even when politicians are weak, whether in Austria or in Germany, that it is up to us.”

The audience applauded, and Grönemeyer continued, “And then it is up to us to dictate how a society has to look. And whoever then tries to abuse an insecure situation for rightwing drivel and for ostracism, for racism and hate, they have no place here. This society is open and humanist, and we will not move one millimeter to the right, not a single millimeter to the right. And that is how it is and that is how it will remain.”

“I hate to say it but it sounds like a speaker from 1945”

But for a fact Grönemeyer’s speech against the right was received less positively on the Internet than it was at the concert. Of course there were many users on Twitter and other social media who support him and agree with him and find that he hit the target. But there were quite a few prominent voices who openly critiqued the singer’s speech. They mostly talked about the drastic tone of voice of the musicians. His voice got louder and louder during the applause of his audience, and towards the end, the speech ended on a grim note.

“The tone of voice with which Grönemeyer stoked the enthusiasm of his audience, was a bit scary to me,” the German author Bernd Stegemann tweeted. The supporter of the left-wing movement “Stand Up” added: “I hate to say this but it sounds like a speaker from 1945.” Said tweet has been one of the main shared tweets against the 63-year-old Grönemeyer’s speech. But the majority of commenters can’t agree with the criticism. One user on Twitter had this to say: “He speaks AGAINST the right and sounds scary? I hate to say it but that is rubbish!”

But why did Grönemeyer’s speech spark such criticism? Especially the sentence, “Then it is up to us to dictate how a society has to look” has prompted people to call it creepy. The musician apparently has been chosen to be the spokesperson for a left-liberal majority who think it is up to them to tell other people how they have to live and to think. And repeatedly it is being hinted that Grönemeyer spends the majority of his time in London, and therefore he should have little to say about the situation in Germany or even Austria.

But the German minister of foreign affairs Heiko Maas disagrees. He took a clear stand for Grönemeyer on Twitter and wrote: “It is up to us to stand up for a free society and to defend our democracy together. Thanks to Herbert Grönemeyer and to all people who do this every day.”

Maas has in the past praised the political opinions of musicians. On the internet he supported Campino from TOTEN HOSEN, Marteria and even FEINE SAHNE FISCHFILET. For that he had to hear from many sides that he supported bands that took radical left stands.

And for his tweet about Grönemeyer, he received quite a few comments in the tone of, “You obviously haven’t listened very well; Grönemeyer wants to dictate and not defend.”

Beatrix Von Storch, the AfD’s deputy leader, had this to say: “This is the most terrifying, nauseating, totalitarian hate speech that I have ever heard. It is apparently Tone and Furor of the new terror from the left. Whoever supports this is, just like Heiko Maas, should be referred to the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution.”

Many participants in the discussion have issues with the comparison of Grönemeyer to Nazis. “To compare Grönemeyer’s speech with a Nazi speech is characterless and most of all dumb,” the comedian Florian Schroeder writes on Twitter. What really matters in his opinion is the content of a speech, and not the tone. “Whoever separates tone and form from what is said is directly operating in the business of fascism.”

Watch the video to listen to his voice, you don’t need to understand German to hear Göbbels:!/v/vladtepesblog/QmU4q9wvELWdBgayqc4EDhdgkTEZaK3V95vhH9tr9hR6AQ70575501_2659172910782489_4448266494249271296_o.jpg

Play Stupid Games, Win Stupid Prizes


More than two years ago the rape and murder of Maria Ladenburger in Freiburg made headlines for several months. Young Maria was killed by a culture-enricher named Hussein Khavari, who had previously been jailed for attempted murder in Greece, but was released early.

Master Khavari was able to game the system by coming to Europe without papers and claiming to be 17 years old. He remained 17 for at least three years after his arrival, right up to the moment he drowned Maria in the River Dreisam. He’s probably still 17 right now, as he languishes in prison, serving a life sentence. (I don’t know how long it’s likely to be before the German penal system releases him. “Life” in Norway means 21 years — up there in aurora country they have a short lifespan.)

Maria’s parents were (and presumably are) active in the welcome-refugees movement. The following essay discusses the recent awarding of a multicultural appreciation prize to the elder Ladenburgers.

Original translation by Nash Montana of this piece from Young German:

Maria Ladenburger — Glorified as a blood-witness for a movement

Basically I’ve already stated my opinion about the behavior of murdered Maria Ladenburger’s parents. But when a few days ago I saw their grinning mugs, as they buoyantly held up straight into the camera a citizens’ award (Bürgerpreis) that was given to them by supporters of Merkel’s politics, I honestly felt sick to my stomach. It isn’t just the fact that they gained mighty financial capital — hundreds of thousands of euros — last year by naming a foundation after her. Rather, it is their ecstatic (verzückt) smile for the cameras as they were rewarded for their multicultural attitude towards citizenship. Parents of a girl who was suffocated, raped and drowned by an invading Afghan citizen after he already committed a similar offense against a young woman in Greece who survived the ordeal.

And for the fact that they so virtuously took the death of their daughter instead of even just once uttering words of discontent that certain circumstances were not what God meant them to be, but were manmade and could have been prevented, which lead to Maria’s death, they were honored by the prominent leaders in the land. They received a prize for having faithfully toed the state’s political line, for not complaining, even though they had lost their daughter as a direct consequence of Merkel’s migration politics. Either they are dumb, or evil. If they cannot understand that there is a direct connection between Maria’s death in the riverbed, the Afghani, their civil reward, the chancellor’s office and those fateful hours of 2015, then they are probably just not very intelligent, yet I doubt that. But on the other hand, if they should understand all this and are still willing to swallow it all whole, to accept it, and to be rewarded in return with prizes and metaphorical medals, because they had so willingly given up their child, then one might rapidly come up with the observation that their behavior simply is schäbig (shabby, tacky, tawdry, sordid, sleazy).

Federike Ladenburger reminds me of Mariam Farahat, the woman who was voted into the Palestinian parliament in 2006. Umm Nidal, the “mother of martyrs” as she was called, sacrificed three of her sons for jihad. Three sons whom she willingly gave away to become suicide assassins are dead. And for that she let the people celebrate her. And Clemens Ladenburger? His child is dead and he tours the Republic with a metaphorical medal on his chest that is supposed to attest to his politically correct attitude. Long ago, in darker times, the parents of so-called “blood-witnesses” received tributes and honor, prizes and flags for their slaughtered children who sacrificed themselves, or who were sacrificed, in the name of National Socialism. For their political conduct about their deceased daughter they were honored by the NS-movement. It appears to me that here and today, there are clear parallels which if you think about it more carefully, give you a stomach-ache.

Honestly, I find it hard to comprehend what is really going on in the Ladenburger’s heads, these plain middle-class (gutbürgerlich) parents. They don’t seem to suffer from any financial troubles. It is foreign to me and incomprehensible how they could react this way about the brutal death of their own daughter. Even if one doesn’t nurture a desire for revenge, this sort of victim cult is perverse to me. It seems to me that Maria Ladenburger has been glorified as some sort of blood-witness for an ideological movement. In other times and in other systems of government, she probably would’ve been wrapped into a giant swastika flag. Due to the lack of swastika flags, however, today there are foundations and prizes galore for those left behind, because they haven’t mentioned a single “bad” word or uttered “right-wing” thoughts.

The craziest thing about it all is that whenever I think of Maria Ladenburger I get very sad, because her death could have been prevented. To smile while pondering her, that is something that I would find rather hard to do. And I didn’t even personally know her. Also crazy is the fact that Susanna’s mother from Wiesbaden is acting very differently. She just wants her child back, and she wants to know how this could have happened.

I’m a Muslim and a Doctor, I’m Better Than You!


The following video shows part of one of Michael Stürzenberger’s “Islamophobic” presentations in downtown Munich. In it you’ll see a Muslima confront Mr. Stürzenberger about his “hateful incitement of the masses”. Her argument may be condensed into these four points:

  • I am a Muslim.
  • I am a doctor.
  • I am German.
  • Therefore everything you say is irrelevant and not worth discussing.

Original translation by Nash Montana , many thanks to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

0:00 Could we discuss a bit? —Yes, OK
0:03 Please (tries to grab the mike) —I’ll hold it, I’ll hold it
0:06 Wonderful day to you —Hello, I am Michael —Yes Michael, I am Katja, I’m pleased to meet you,
0:09 I find your campaign here ultra primitive.
0:12 Why? —That is my opinion,
0:15 because you lump all muslims together.
0:18 Does it say that anywhere, that all muslims are the same? It says Islam, not muslims.
0:21 Not all muslims.
0:24 We are discussing, and that is why the microphone
0:27 needs to be held this way so that the discussion
0:30 can’t be monopolized. —You mean not wanting to answer.
0:33 I don’t know what you learned in your life, what you studied,
0:36 but what you present here, this incitement of hate of the masses,
0:39 that’s really embarrassing for you, you should be ashamed
0:42 to stand here in the middle of Munich, with such judgment!
0:45 Number one, what did you study? And who are you actually?
0:48 You should know by now, islam does not mean peace,
0:51 that is a fact, islam means submission and conquest,
0:54 that is the translation from the Arabic. Islam means conquest and submission,
0:57 that is a fact, so how is that incitement of hate of the masses?
1:00 Well, Michael, I am muslim,
1:03 I am German, I am proud of that
1:06 of what I am, and I am a doctor.
1:09 And the word islam means peace!
1:12 Salaam means peace. Salaam means peace!
1:15 Salaam means peace, not islam. —No no no no no no no
1:18 We know Arabic! —We are discussing! (tries to yank away the mike AGAIN!)
1:21 I will hold the microphone!
1:24 OK, so you obviously don’t want to discuss, you want to manipulate
1:27 the people here, and pull off your damned show here!
1:30 You should be ashamed about that! I am a muslim
1:33 and I am proud of that, and I am a German muslim.
1:36 And you are not in the position to judge and to paint all countries
1:39 with the same broad strokes. You are a preacher of hate [Volksverhetzer],
1:42 and it’s not worth it to even discuss with you,
1:45 because I am a medical doctor and I care for other people,
1:48 I don’t know what you do in this society, but incitement of the masses is not…
1:51 Why do you feel attacked here?
1:54 This sign, it is factually correct!
1:57 You don’t need to feel attacked personally.
2:00 It’s beautiful that you are a doctor, it’s beautiful that you are integrated,
2:03 that’s all wonderful! So where is the problem?
2:06 You know what? There is no discussion possible with you.
2:09 You are manipulating the people here, you are interrupting my speech,
2:12 you are trying to lead a discussion that you can’t win!
2:15 You are embarrassing yourself in this world,
2:18 and the people who stand here and hear all this think exactly like me,
2:21 your manipulation of these people here —I have no clue what kind of
2:24 an educational background you come from — you cannot just
2:27 lump all of this together, and you don’t need to explain to me.
2:30 The Arabic language is my mother language, and…
2:33 Where do you come from?
2:36 Where do you come from?
2:39 What are your roots? What Arabic country are your roots in?
2:42 She just said I am mentally ill.
2:45 Well friends, the fact is that the word islam means submission
2:48 In Arabic, the word salaam means peace!
2:51 But she wants to explain to me what the words are
2:54 for peace and submission!
2:57 Pardon me, but my mother is an Arabic language teacher,
3:00 and I speak Arabic, have you ever read Arabic?
3:03 You know what you… —We have an Arabic Koran, an original from Saudi Arabia,
3:06 with a legitimate German translation!
3:09 And in it everything is written exactly like this!
3:12 At [unintelligible] you can go fact check, OK?
3:15 Could you right now look at an Arabic dictionary
3:18 what the word ‘peace’ means, Salaam, and
3:21 the word ‘islam’ means submission, end of story!
3:24 OK, and now let’s look in the background, to the left side,
3:27 what has that gentleman studied that just repeats after you?
3:30 Does he even have enough education to make a judgment here?
3:33 Do you know what? You are too primitive for me,
3:36 you are downright just a hypocrite, and you’re someone
3:39 who vilifies people and you should be ashamed of yourself!
3:42 Why are you so upset? [Sign reads: “islam-criticism is a citizen’s right and a citizen’s duty!”]
3:45 There is an old saying: He who speaks the truth will need a fast horse!
3:48 Because he will be hunted by everyone. The truth
3:51 is very uncomfortable to a lot of people, even with that lady there,
3:54 who doesn’t want to acknowledge that islam means submission,
3:57 and not peace. Again,
4:00 dear Madam, we are happy that you are integrated
4:03 into society, we are happy that you are a doctor,
4:06 we are happy that you are a muslim believer,
4:09 but aren’t you of the opinion that —
4:12 especially concerning women — islam poses
4:15 many many problematic issues,
4:18 such as the demand to beat women when they act unruly,
4:21 Sura 4:34, what do you have to say to that?
4:24 You are embarrassing yourself, that’s what I have to say to that,
4:27 I have never been beat as a muslim, and
4:30 integration is neither here nor there, I am just as German as you,
4:33 you really should be ashamed to argue like this…
4:36 Nobody has questioned that [her being German],
4:39 we are happy that you are an integrated member of our society,
4:42 that you are a German who participates here wonderfully!
4:45 This is about islam, and the dangerous issues within it,
4:48 which when summarized is called ‘political islam’ and
4:51 and it is about discrimination against women,
4:54 women who should be punished because they don’t behave,
4:57 women who are forced to be sexually available to the men all the time.
5:00 Each islamic man is allowed to have up to four wives,
5:03 all of these things! Do you even know about this?
5:06 It’s extremely ridiculous to even dignify this
5:09 with an answer. You should be ashamed of yourself,
5:12 for the incitement of hate for the masses you are creating here,
5:15 you have absolutely no idea about islam. If you knew about islam
5:18 you wouldn’t have arguments like this.
5:21 Islam and Christendom have the same story;
5:24 it begins with Adam and Eve; it is the same story.
5:27 Religion does not serve hateful incitement of the masses
5:30 but religion serves — like philosophy —
5:33 to live side by side in a country
5:36 and to respect each other, and that is…
5:39 Why does this not happen in islamic countries?
5:42 Why does this not happen in islamic countries? Why are other religions
5:45 not accepted in islamic countries, and the people there often are
5:48 threatened and persecuted and murdered?
5:55 Well, I mean, we just had New Zealand happen,
5:58 and have seen how a right-wing radical
6:01 entered a mosque and mowed down muslims!
6:04 So just stop lumping everyone together,
6:07 and let the people here in Munich
6:10 live together internationally, and stop doing this dumbing-down
6:13 of the masses or this incitement to hate of the masses!
6:16 And you know what? I contribute more to society
6:19 as a doctor and as a humanitarian helper, but you are nothing,
6:22 and you are a wacko!
6:28 Wonderful! Applause for these factual arguments
6:31 from this young lady! But first:
6:34 We have never lumped all muslims together.
6:37 We are speaking about islam.
6:40 We are speaking about the dangerous elements
6:43 within islam, OK? And this lady felt personally attacked,
6:46 and do you know what?
6:49 We experience this at each and every rally,
6:52 dozens of times! And the problem isn’t that
6:55 most muslims identify themselves with islam,
6:58 and as soon as something critical is being said
7:01 that’s when we see these enraged situations,
7:04 just like a minute ago with this young lady.
7:07 We neither made a blanket statement
7:10 about muslims, nor did we
7:13 criticize a muslim here.
7:16 We say this over and over again:
7:19 all muslims who accept our freedom-based
7:22 Constitutional State, who accept our rules,
7:25 who do not want shariah and islamic law to take over here,
7:28 are all sincerely welcome!
7:31 That is what this is all about!
7:34 That’s what it is about.

My Big Fat Turkish Wedding


A resident of the German city of Duisburg opens the window of his apartment to have a smoke, and discovers that a gigantic and very loud Turkish wedding is in progress directly below his window, complete with gunfire and a huge Turkish flag.

Many thanks to Nash Montana for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

0:00 [shots being fired, loud music]
0:03 [more shots, loud music]
0:09 [German opens window]
0:12 [loud music etc]
0:19 Wow, dope!
0:24 Totally dope! Rosa street,
0:27 Duisburg, 47226…
0:30 I… Can’t… Believe… It…!
0:33 I look out the window,
0:36 want to smoke a cigarette,
0:39 and get islamized.
0:42 Awesome. Now isn’t that just the coolest flag!
0:45 As far as size goes, anyway. And the color is also debatable.
0:48 Yeah. Beautiful. It’s really going down here, isn’t it?
0:51 Yeah? This is what I call islamization.
0:55 Over there a tent, then there’s another flag,
0:58 they put that all up yesterday, just totally cool.
1:01 That old broad is shooting a pistol,
1:04 just like they do on Silvester [New Year’s Eve].
1:08 Yeah, this is just totally cool.
1:11 Fat Mercedes, Jeep, that costs quite a chunk of money,
1:14 just super dope,
1:17 I have to say.
1:22 It just makes me wanna puke.
1:27 Them with their stupid smoke thingies there,
1:36 Un-be-lievable!
1:39 Did they even register for this mass demonstration?
1:42 Well, it’s a wedding, so they don’t have to register it,
1:45 un-be-lievable!
1:49 Look there, that one guy, with the thick fat camera there,
1:52 you can’t really see it with my camera, but
1:56 this is absolute madness.
1:59 Yeah, there they stand around,
2:02 and up there you can see a drone,
2:05 it watches us all everywhere,
2:08 just totally dope, right.
2:11 Madness.
2:14 Well I don’t think I need to record more of this s*** show,
2:17 this is plenty.
2:20 For God’s sake, this is really making me puke!

Muslims and Antifas vs. Heidi Mund in Frankfurt


March 8th was International Women’s Day. In the midst of all the celebrations of gynicity, Heidi Mund — a well-known activist in the German Counterjihad — and her “right-wing extremist” allies staged an anti-sharia rally in downtown Frankfurt.

The following video shows some excerpts from what happened that day. Frankfurt is one of the most culturally enriched cities in Germany, so it’s no surprise that Muslims turned out in force to oppose the “Islamophobes”. However, what’s interesting is that the Antifas — most of whom were ethnic Germans — took the lead in screaming, blowing whistles, throwing objects, and spitting on the speakers. It was a textbook example of the Red-Green Alliance in action.

Heidi Mund is a very courageous woman, and very inspirational. Most people would have hurried to get away from what she had to face that day in Frankfurt.

Original translation Nash Montana , many thanks to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Below are the notes accompanying the video, also translated by Nash:

Spat on, Threatened and Attacked: Women’s Day in Frankfurt — Antifa Escalates

Women’s day in the Antifa heartland, Frankfurt am Main, the first city in Germany with a quotient of migrants of more than 50%:

ANTIFA storms the stage and riots! We are spat on, cursed and threatened, and stuff is thrown at us!

Police do nothing — Heidi Mund: “The police at this very moment are committing a crime! They have a duty to protect this event!”

Unmasked: High ranking SPD-Bundestag representatives are among the violent demonstrators!

Heidi breaks out in tears: “These were people, they were alive, and they have lost their lives because of this s*** government!”

Exposed: This is how German-born muslims think: “We love allah. When one isn’t quiet, or complains, then one deserves to be punched in the mouth!”

Inge Steinmetz: “Are you not ashamed?!” and Iris Swoboda (Mothers Against Violence): “Where is your empathy, you are applauding all of this?!” “End Antifa!”

Expressions of Gratitude

Heidi Mund (for organizing and for her powerful speeches), Iris Swoboda — Mothers Against Violence (for her honest words and for discussing with demonstrators), Inge Steinmetz (for her moving speech), Ute Biena-Habrich AfD (for her strong words and for flying in from Bremen on her own dime), Robert — Line of Horrors, the folders, the spontaneous appearances of passers-by (for their courage to speak up), police individuals (who can’t be blamed for the insipid attitude of the police president) and to all present supporters on location and on livestream!

Video transcript:

0:00 These people think there are 60 genders,
0:03 I can only laugh; there are two,
0:06 two,
0:09 Two.
0:12 Man and woman!
0:15 There are girls and boys, girls and boys!
0:18 These were humans!
0:21 They have lived!
0:24 They have lost their lives because of this s*** government!
0:27 You know what? It isn’t my daughter,
0:30 but yet it IS my daughter!
0:33 Why are you not doing anything about this?
0:36 Piss off!
0:39 Piss off! You Nazi pig!
0:42 Tell us, what did your daddy do to you, huh? What did your dad do to you?
0:45 That’s just dumb. —Ridiculous.
0:48 “We love allah!” —Do you know what Islam means? Peace!
0:51 “When someone complains, then they deserve to be punched in the mouth!”
0:54 I am a teacher! Piss off, piss off!
0:58 Turkish men try to wrest away the microphone.
1:01 You are so ugly!
1:04 Nobody has… [unintelligible]
1:11 These people are allowed to walk up to the stage.
1:14 I expect of the police that you protect me!
1:17 We’ve had stuff thrown at us, and the police still aren’t doing anything!
1:20 The police are committing a crime right now!
1:23 Do you think it’s OK that you just come up
1:26 on the stage and destroy things? —With you, totally!
1:29 This was a single incident! I don’t give a s***!
1:32 Germans are even worse!
1:35 Where is your empathy? Why are you even applauding this?
1:38 Are you not ashamed [unintelligible]
1:41 that you approve of this?
1:44 International Women’s Day in Frankfurt, March 8, 2019
1:47 People in Germany are near and dear to us,
1:50 and that is why we are here today for International Women’s Day.
1:53 (Heidi Mund, event planner and political activist) We commemorate today the victims of violence.
1:56 Who will take responsibility
1:59 for these poor children? Children who were raped,
2:02 the gang rapes, heads cut off!
2:05 Our people are suffering! We had peace here in Germany.
2:08 What do we have today? In terms of safety,
2:11 Germany is like a third-world country now!
2:14 Knifings, en masse, everywhere our senior citizens
2:17 are raped…
2:20 Can anyone here imagine to be raped
2:23 by five men, can anyone
2:26 imagine that happening to them?
2:29 Even babies are raped here in Germany!
2:32 Babies! I will fight for the freedom
2:35 of women in Germany!
2:38 Until my last breath! This land will not go
2:41 to the dogs! Some day all of this will have to be
2:44 dealt with, and those responsible will be in court!
2:48 (Ute Bienia-Habich, AfD) I am from a generation that many of us
2:51 have enjoyed, while others haven’t,
2:54 I can remember times when we — as children —
2:57 could play outside until it got dark,
3:00 and our parents didn’t have to be worried about us!
3:04 (Inge Steinmetz) I’d never heard of child marriages,
3:07 of forced marriages,
3:10 of genital mutilation.
3:13 I was glad that world was
3:16 far, far away from my world;
3:19 that world did not belong
3:22 to Germany.
3:25 And then came 2015.
3:28 And with the people came child marriages,
3:31 forced marriages, and genital mutilation!
3:34 Text: Bavarian court declares child marriages legal, because the marriage took place in Syria where child marriage is legal according to islamic law
Meanwhile, one court in Bamberg
3:37 has legally acknowledged child marriages.
3:40 Daily abuse and rape of a child
3:43 is deemed legal!
3:46 Have we gone crazy?!?
3:49 Are you not ashamed [unintelligible]
3:52 that you approve of such a thing?!?
3:55 Are you not ashamed?!?
4:00 (Iris Swoboda, Mothers Against Violence) My God, no, that was so nice
4:03 back when I was as stupid as you over there!
4:06 Seriously! When I was still floating
4:09 on that pinky pink cloud and believed everything
4:12 that other people told me.
4:15 Do you know that islam says,
4:18 you may kill
4:21 unbelievers,
4:24 there is no difference from Auschwitz!
4:27 I send greetings to Hamburg!
4:30 Because there, today, migrant women
4:33 have organized a women’s march
4:36 a demonstration,
4:39 [unintelligible]
4:42 … victims that are bemoaned by their families.
4:45 Where is your compassion!
4:48 Writing says: These are the politicians who participated in the violent intimidation tactics by the ANTIFA!
Where is your compassion? What are you clapping about?
4:53 Text: Nico Wehnemann is provoking other people to participate in criminal activity!
Just look at Herr Wehnemann!
5:01 He is a city councilman!
5:04 He thinks this is funny!
5:07 He ridicules the victims! What an embarrassment!
5:10 Text: Bundestag representative Ulli Nissen (SPD), takes part in the unlawful and violent intimidation tactics of the ANTIFA!
5:19 Tweet says: “The SPD was very well represented yesterday, March 8, at the International Women’s Day demonstration.
5:22 …there’s no one…
5:28 Yes and these are the enemies of democracy,
5:31 these people are allowed to walk right up to our stage,
5:34 this has happened for years and nothing gets done about it in Germany!
5:37 [Woman in hijab kicks over flower vase] Peaceful demonstrators are attacked!
5:40 You decide for yourself, dear citizens,
5:43 who stands on the right side of the law!
5:46 And now in the background
5:49 they are finally putting up barricades.
5:53 This is democracy, where you downright
5:56 get fenced in because otherwise you’ll just be attacked!
5:59 If you at least had nice breasts,
6:02 you are so ugly.
6:05 I am a teacher!
6:08 Piss off, piss off!
6:11 Two muslims born in Germany say this about islam:
6:15 We believe in allah, we love allah!
6:18 [unintelligible]
6:21 Nobody has the right to complain!
6:24 When you complain, you deserve to get punched in the face!
6:27 Do you know what islam means? Peace!
6:30 Text: The Arabic word islam literally means “to surrender”, “to submit”!
6:35 A little while later they show their true colors!
6:38 — Nazi Nazi Nazi! —Why can’t we have a reasonable discussion?
6:41 — You have insulted islam! —So because I insulted islam, that’s really bad, or what?
6:44 You are not allowed to do that!
6:47 We ask for opposition demonstrators to join us on the stage for discussion!
6:50 He has a beautiful wife [unintelligible]
6:53 and that is nice, it’s nice of you
6:56 that you do this, the problem is
6:59 that you then pull people down in the dirt
7:02 who look like me, like so many other people here.
7:05 If you think we are speaking against all foreigners
7:08 that’s wrong! In 2010 I was a teacher.
7:11 When you are a teacher in Frankfurt
7:14 you get used to mostly foreigners.
7:17 Text: They are all Germans, they are Germans! one guy screeches.
All of my students can attest to this,
7:20 that I have respected and valued them all.
7:23 I don’t care what color your skin is!
7:26 You, you, you, you or that woman!
7:29 Do you know what I see in your eyes?
7:32 You are confused because I am not that Nazi woman you think!
7:35 But just when the young man begins to wake up, his friends pull him off the stage!
7:42 I am muslim. For me, criminals are something entirely different,
7:45 and not what you say they are. And yes, rape,
7:48 it is terrible, but it exists everywhere!
7:51 (Steve Carrell, The Office)
7:55 There just is a limit there, where one has to say,
7:58 OK, no more. We can’t just take everybody in, right? —But that limit is nowhere near!
8:02 Do you think it’s OK when you come up on this stage
8:05 and just start to destroy stuff? —With you, yes!
8:08 Oh, I see, so then violence is totally OK.
8:11 I know about a Chinese man who was supposed to be deported
8:14 Two days ago, the police hadn’t paid attention,
8:17 and he had stabbed him several times. —That is a single incident! I don’t give a s***!
8:20 Germans are even worse!
8:23 No, this happens often!
8:26 I don’t give a s***! Germans are even worse!
8:29 But this could’ve been prevented!
8:32 These murders could have been prevented!
8:35 You’re a loser! [unintelligible] —OK, if you’re just gonna insult me, we don’t need to talk, thanks.
8:38 Loser is not an insult! —Oh, so calling me a loser is not an insult to you?
8:41 Then you have a problem, not me.
8:44 Just look at all these faces!
8:47 These are supposed to be men
8:50 who — on International Women’s Day —
8:53 are demonstrating against women! —Piss off! Nazi pig!
8:56 Piss off! —Piss off!
8:59 You are threatening us and that’s why there is this barrier!
9:02 It’s for our safety, not for you! Who is the real fascist here?
9:12 Do not touch me! You disgust me!
9:15 …and your father, what has your father done to you?
9:18 …and what has your father done to you?
9:21 Tell us what your daddy has done to you!
9:24 Huh? What has your daddy done to you? —That’s just stupid. —That is really ridiculous.
9:29 Suddenly the police take the barriers down: The situation intensifies!
9:32 To help other people in the world,
9:35 that is Germany, yes? But these are my people,
9:38 and we shouldn’t let our freedom
9:41 be taken away from anyone!
9:44 Not so close! Germany!
9:47 Move away, go away.
9:50 Police, I expect of you that you protect me!
9:54 The police are committing a crime this very moment!
9:57 According to our Constitutional right,
10:00 you have the duty
10:03 to protect this gathering!
10:06 Where is the leader of the police?
10:09 Why are you not protecting us?!?
10:12 Why are these people allowed to come this close to us!
10:15 …the love for my country…
10:18 Text: Even as people stormed the stage, the police did nothing!
…is what drives me to speak the truth!
10:24 Text: Threatened and cornered, Heidi is overwhelmed by her emotions: She breaks out in tears!
10:28 I cannot tell you enough how often
10:31 in the past I had cried
10:34 [unintelligible]…
10:37 that a girl, 21 years old,
10:40 was stabbed
10:43 while sleeping in her bed!
10:46 Stabbed by an asylum seeker who had no right to be here.
10:49 And for what? It wasn’t my daughter.
10:52 But yet it STILL was my daughter!
10:55 They are my people!
10:58 I don’t give a s***! You can laugh all you want.
11:01 But these girls matter to me!
11:04 These here are thousands of cases;
11:07 it is not just paper.
11:10 They were humans!
11:13 They have lived!
11:16 They have lost their lives because of this s*** government!
11:19 2018!
11:22 2019!
11:25 2017!
11:28 So many people’s lives!
11:31 This is not my Germany!
11:34 2013!
11:37 So many people!
11:40 2015!
11:43 And every year there are more!
11:46 Why won’t you do anything against that?!?
11:49 Why are these criminals allowed to slaughter our people?
11:52 Why?!?
11:55 Don’t you have balls?
11:58 Do you not want to see this?
12:01 Honor murders! What disgraceful words they are!
12:04 They are disgraceful words!
12:07 This, in our country? This, in our country!
12:10 Some day, some day,
12:13 I am telling you, there will be a clean-up!
12:16 Where are the men and the women
12:19 from the past, who would have done
12:22 anything for their parents and their children?
12:31 Now you know what it looks like, the first city
12:34 in Germany with a migration quotient of over 50%.
12:37 I was merely walking by here,
12:40 and watched what is happening here.
12:43 You may know the ‘Verhalten Der Nation’,
12:46 when you go to their website, you can read for yourselves,
12:49 “United Nations Replacement Migration Germany”,
12:52 translated that means,
12:55 replacement and substitution migration!
12:58 So if you still are of the opinion,
13:01 that this is about ‘refugees’, then I have to disappoint you.
13:04 Because the refugees who have been here,
13:07 do you know what they say?
13:10 How can you look on, as people come here who aren’t fleeing?
13:13 Economic migration
13:16 is not a reason to seek asylum!
13:19 Asylum means a temporary admission
13:22 until the war is over, and after that
13:25 these people have to leave our country again!
13:28 Text: When Heidi mentions matrimony and how many genders there are, ANTIFA escalates!
13:31 Everyone in the world knows what matrimony means.
13:34 One man, and one woman.
13:37 That is matrimony!
13:40 And now we get to the definition of family.
13:43 When I grew up, as a little girl,
13:46 we played
13:49 Mother, Father, and Child.
13:52 That was normal.
13:55 Look at this insanity!
13:58 And now people think there are 60 genders.
14:01 I’m laughing my head off! There are two,
14:04 Two! Two! Two!
14:07 Man and woman!
14:10 There are girls and boys!
14:13 Girls and boys!
14:16 Two genders!
14:19 There are two!
14:31 Actually I totally feel sorry for you.
14:34 What went wrong that you became like this?
14:37 How could so much hate enter your hearts?
14:40 Were you not loved by your parents?
14:43 Why are you so broken?
14:47 We have stuff thrown at us,
14:50 and the police are still not acting!
15:02 We really are completely surrounded
15:05 on all sides…
15:08 Our democracy is literally being undermined.
15:11 Here in Frankfurt, this has nothing to do with democracy anymore…
15:14 Text: When a migrant woman asks us to respect other opinions…
I will have to tell you something, my dear young people!
15:17 [unintelligible]
15:20 you have to accept every opinion!
15:23 Text: …The ANTIFA threatens the migrant woman!
15:30 Text: When Heidi gives out roses to women for International Women’s Day…
15:33 …Turkish men try to wrestle the microphone away from her…
15:37 …and someone spits on Heidi!
15:42 Oh, man, they really spat on you, you probably didn’t even see that one…
15:45 what we sow we will reap.
15:48 The hate that you sow today,
15:51 it will fall back on you.
15:54 You will wake up one day!
16:01 This is International Women’s Day.
16:05 This is a sign for the future here, actually,
16:08 everything that has been filmed here,
16:11 now we know where Germany is headed,
16:14 namely just like those countries
16:17 where Christians are persecuted, murdered,
16:20 and critics of islam are killed. —And this is how people are walked on…

Converting a Lutheran Daycare Center Into a Madrassa

The only thing I can say about this disheartening story from Germany is to quote Scripture:

And whosoever shall offend one of these little ones that believe in me, it is better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he were cast into the sea.(Mark 9:42)

An original Nash Montana translation of this article from Politically Incorrect:

Shariah for the youngest: Pastor fetches imam for evangelical daycare

Coming up this April, right on schedule with Ramadan, the Evangelical daycare Steubenstrasse in Düsseldorf begins a large-scale Islamic indoctrination of Christian children. The idea for this experiment on the youngest of the young, and therefore most pliable in our society, wasn’t conceived by rabid Muslim parents, but by the evangelical pastor Hartmut Wölk, the supervisor of this diaconal institution.

Everything shall change now. The young Christians shall get to know Islam and presumably learn to love it all the way into their voluntary submission and conversion. That this may happen is the duty from now on of Agata Hanifa Skalska, a hijab-wearing “religion pedagogue”, and Imam Asmer Ujkanovic. The 41 children ages three to six years old, of which only about half are Muslim, will for example have to learn what Ramadan means, and also what the disgusting rituals of the bloodbathers during the Islamic eid-al-adha. Furthermore, of course, the wearing of the Islamic hijab will be thematized.

Of course Pastor Wölk didn’t call this project into existence all on his own. He received advice and direction for himself from the KDDM (District of Düsseldorf Muslims). Among other things, it is planned to celebrate the birthday of the prophet and the Islamic new year in the summer, and of course also to say prayers together. That, Wölk says, is important in order to create tolerance.

The day care leader, Isabell Fassbender, immediately fell into wild actionism and plans to acquire a Koran, prayer mats, and Islamic prayer chains. Colorful children’s books about the murder- and mayhem-cult are already in stock. Diaconia pastor Thorsten Nolting is even more serious: he muses about a future in which a Muslim educator is employed who could become an Islamic role model for the Christian children.

Therefore, no later than when the time for school enrollment comes around, it should be an accomplished fact that all freshly-brainwashed six-year-old girls would want to wear a hijab instead a cute little pink hair pin, and all boys will wish for themselves nothing more than their own prayer rug for at home.

Parents were informed at a PTA meeting. Most reacted positively. As for the “critical voices”, Isabell Fassbender said that they would be respected and it would be attempted to minimize “possible fears” through education.

In Germany, this means that those parents are considered to have a psychological problem, a so-called anxiety disorder, namely Islamophobia. And this disorder shall be exorcised via conversation. About like this: Islam is peace, shariah is a great concept, and Mohammed only abused Aisha because he protected her, etc. etc.

Imam Asmer Ujkanovic is well-practiced because these are the kinds of taqiyya stories he has ready to hand for the inmates of the JVA-Düsseldorf (Correctional facility Düsseldorf). To them he speaks to as an Islamic chaplain. He tells them that “staged and incomprehensible massacres” have nothing to do with Islam. “Islam is a religion of peace and tolerance,” says Ujkanovic.

Apparently not all parents fall for this, because since these plans were made public, the Islamophilic Pastor has been getting mean emails, among which he is dubbed the “antichrist” and as an “apostate”, as RP online reports. Pastor Wölk’s own Christian believes aren’t doing too well. A good shepherd protects his flock instead of leading it into the wolves’ den.



Ev. Tageseinrichtung für Kinder Steubenstraße
Leiterin: Isabell Faßbender
Steubenstraße 17, 40599 Düsseldorf
Tel: 0211 74 36 85


Pfarrer Hartmut Wölk
Post: Adolf-Klarenbach-Straße 6, 40589 Düsseldorf
Tel: 0211-7489838

Radio Rwanda

Today, 25 years ago, I boarded a UN convoy to take me from the hospital in Kigali, Rwanda, to the Gregoire Kayibanda International Airport in Kigali.
It was a “bumpy” ride. If you saw “Hotel Rwanda” then you know what I mean by “bumpy”.
There were Christian crosses with severed ….. of women and children lining both sides of one short stretch road about one kilometer east of the hospital.
I had a handheld crank up radio with me from the Henri Durant foundation, the original Red Cross foundation from Switzerland. It was white with red crosses over it. Every time I turned it on to hear any news, all I received were these programs with really low and threatening monotonous voices talking, and creepily chanting, about killing everyone, either Tutsi, Europeans, doctors included.
Day in and day out, on a 24hour loop, Radio Télévision Libre des Mille Collines (RTLM) broadcast racist propaganda against Tutsis, moderate Hutus, Belgians, and the United Nations mission UNAMIR.
The station preyed upon the deep animosities and prejudices of an overwhelming majority of Hutus. Their hateful rhetoric was placed alongside the sophisticated use of humor and popular Zairean music.
It frequently referred to Tutsis as “cockroaches”: “You are cockroaches! We will kill you! We will kill your children and rape and impregnate your wives! The future will never see another Tutsi!”
They spoke in French and English. Over and over were the words, “Hutu Power, Hutu Power!”, were uttered, and black fists raised in the air in roadside posters and in paintings on the walls of houses cemented that conviction.
I do not know why it took the UN this long to intervene. I have a pretty good guess though: No one really cared about the dear people of Rwanda. Rwandan Tutsi’s were like the stray dogs of Morocco, kicked and beaten, only to be featured in some heart wrenching videos about the abuse of dogs in third world sh*t holes, without offering any viable possibilities of ACTUAL ways to help. Just finger pointing. No solutions.
Just like with other African genocides, Congo, Darfour, it’s much easier to fundraise from a safe distance, to speak about it with a dismayed look on George Clooney’s face in television ads, than to actually do something about it.
Democrats love this sh*t, and Republicans love to be outraged about the Democrat’s love of this sh*t. But neither side actually have ever done ANYTHING about it.
Help didn’t really show up until March of 1994, right before shit really hit the fan. General Dallaire came to the hospital where I was working and his words will forever be edged in my mind:
”Get out now, on one of our convoys, or stay and wait until it’s over and pray you’ll survive!”
Doctors Without Borders brought me there in October of 1993, because there was a crisis ”brewing” according to them. The “crisis” were racial tensions between the Hutu and the Tutsi, and everyone thought this wouldn’t go nowhere if ONLY da wyte man came in and regulated.
Little did they know. But there I was, working in the Psych ward of the Kigali General, as an “intern”.
Every morning the women in the Psych would form a circle and we’d start talking about issues… which was hard because those people do. not. like. to talk about feelings and especially not to white people. So it was really hard getting them out of their shells, almost impossible.
Of course there was always the clown in the group, the tough chick, and the one no one liked. So after two weekly group sessions, I started focusing on the new comer woman that made everyone turn their head in disgust when she was near.
I couldn’t fault them. She stank something awful. And she refused to take a shower. We only had group showers and she vehemently refused to step inside. She was barely there ten days and the smell eminating from her got worse by the minute.
I begged her to let a doctor examine her because, these were my words in French: “I feel like the smell coming from you is the smell of death and I’m worried that you are hiding a wound from us that is festering and you’re dying from the inside.”
She just shook her head, and walked away holding her belly. It dawned on me that she was pregnant! I thought, OMG her fetus died in there and she’s holding it in and it started to rot inside of her!
So the night right after my discovery, she had hidden her body well under lots of traditional Tutsi garb… the doctor came in while she lay there sleeping and he shot her up with a sedative in her sleep. The Doc started pulling up her clothes over her belly…
…and found the severed head of what looked like a young man around 20 years old, half rotten, flesh eating maggots all over it…
…and he waited until the woman woke up and asked her, is this your baby son? And she just nodded her head and cried and said she just wanted to find a dignified spot to bury all that was left of him.
So we buried her son’s head at the cematary and had a small funeral procession. She finally told us all the whole horrific tale of how the Hutu had raided her village about a two weeks hike away. How they had killed everyone in her family. Raped the children and shot them, same with the women. And how they had decapitated every male in the village and thfew their heads in a pile.
She told us how she pretended to be dead, and because she was older, the raiders didn’t care. When she was sure they were all gone, she said she had waited another extra day to make sure no one returned. Her village was completely destroyed. She dug through the pile of heads until she found her son’s, and put it under her garb. Then she started walking. To Kigali. Eventually she was picked up by an UN convoy and that’s how she landed with us at the hospital.
The evil that humans do to each other, and the length that humans go to in order to preserve some shred of dignity, it all came crashing down on me that day, and I knew I had to get out because everyone kept saying it’s going to get worse, much worse, and I couldn’t understand how? How could it get even worse than this? People persecuted for simply being who they were, raped and mutilated women and children, mothers with their sons’ heads hidden in their beautiful garb, cute little pigtailed girls with MP’s prowling the streets at night, bodies littering the roadsides…
But of course it could, and it did get worse. An estimated 1’000’000 slaughtered people, mostly Tutsi, Twa, and even moderate Hutus.
Yes, the genocide “officially” started in April of 1994. But in reality it started at least 6 months prior. However once it wsccalated it went really fast and within days it was full blown genocide. Within hours, actually.
Officially the genocide is listed as April 7, 1994. But the opening shots were fired the night before, on the night of the 6th. Experts agree. But no one seems to be interested much in changing history about this on the internet anymore.
Right after the plane carrying Habyarimana and Burundian President Cyprien Ntaryamira was shot down on its descent into Kigali, that very night Rwandan “journalists” Kantano Habimana and Noël Hitimana, who later were convicted of inciting violence, called on the Hutu to kill every Tutsi that night they could find.
That night thousands of Tutsis and moderate Hutus were murdered in their sleep in and around Kigali in a massive hunt and kill operation. Incited by a fucking radio station!
So why am I writing about all this. Because every so often when I get really angry about all that liberal bull crap here in this country, and I not only see them calling for censorship but to have their opponents literally wiped off the face of the earth…, I get reminded of how that’s all so fucking plausible too.
Just to be clear: I would never even DARE to compare our situation in any way to the plight of the Rwandan people. But they did not deserve this and neither do we. They did not deserve to be left and abandoned by everybody in the West. You know that we could’ve made a real difference there had only our Administration back then not refused to do the right thing.
And that’s what scares me. I’ve seldom seen an Admin DO the right thing.
It’s a complex fucking world and I just hope we get all this shit figured out some day, stop all the insane petty fighting and start collectively look at the bigger picture.
None of these fights have anything to do with race and everything with ideology. It’s about the human condition. You can’t choose the skin you were born into. But you can always choose the ideology you’ll submit yourself to blindly follow.
We’ve got something real precious going on here in the USA. Let’s not loose it.
Thats all.

Allahu Akhbar at the Liebfrauenkirche

Cynthia loved Ahmed. She was devoted to him. She wore hijab for his sake.

Unfortunately for Ahmed, his application for asylum in Germany was turned down. When he was finally arrested and about to be deported, he asked Cynthia to come with him to Tunisia. When she refused, things turned ugly. Cynthia was later found stabbed to death.

The following video reports on what happened at the church where Cynthia’s memorial service was to be held.

Original translation by Nash Montana , many thanks to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Below is an article about Cynthia from Bild (subscription required), also translated by Nash:

Cynthia wore hijab for her killer

[Photo #1 (at the top of this post): Without makeup, but with hijab: Cynthia looks into the camera with a slightly uncomfortable look. Ahmed apparently wanted to take his girlfriend back to Tunisia.]

Worms — Her death leaves you speechless! More than 500 people participated at the funeral march on the weekend with flowers and candles for the 21-year-old Cynthia R. She had been murdered by her boyfriend Ahmed T. (22) last week.


[Photo #2 (not shown): In front of her house, pastor George Ambadan lights a candle]

[Photo #3 (not shown): A selfie from happier times: Cynthia and Ahmed only got together at the end of last year]

Friends of the family talk about the relationship between Ahmed and Cynthia. “She wore hijab for Ahmed,” says a friend of Cynthia’s father to BILD, “and she learned to speak Arabic out of love for him.”

When the two began their relationship four months ago, Ahmed T. already knew that he was going to be deported. His asylum seeker application had been denied long ago.

So he tried to convince his new girlfriend to go with him to Tunisia. But friends of the family say that went too far for Cynthia R.

[Photo #4 (not shown): Ahmed under arrest: After his arrest, the killer was brought to the prison with shackles on hands and feet. He’s been behind bars for five days now.]

Could this be the reason he murdered her? Because she didn’t want to move to Tunisia with him? Last Monday an arrest warrant was issued for her boyfriend in order that he might finally be deported. Less than 48 hours later the situation between the two escalated.

Ahmed had registered himself under three different identities and had therefore cashed in three times the spending money in Germany. He stabbed the young woman by ramming a kitchen knife through her neck, her lungs, her hands and her back more than ten times.

[Photo #5 (not shown): Cynthia with pit bull: Cynthia loved animals; she had two dogs. Here she poses with one of the puppies.]

[Photo #6 (not shown): Her cousin: Patrick Schopp (34) is devastated by the loss of his cousin.]

“She meant so much to me and I miss her a lot,” says her cousin Patrick Schopp (34, scaffold builder) to BILD. “I will keep her in my memory as this fun-loving person who never had anything bad to say about anyone and who was very helpful with everyone.”

Video transcript:

0:00 A funeral march for a young, murdered woman.
0:03 Citizens as well as family
0:06 of the 21-year-old Cynthia
0:09 walked through Worms this evening.
0:12 The funeral march started about 8pm
0:15 at a supermarket parking lot in Cynthia’s neighborhood,
0:18 and with flowers and candles about 500
0:21 participants walked towards Cynthia’s house.
0:24 Afterwards there was a memorial service at the Liebfrauenkirche,
0:27 where an ecumenical prayer was said for the 21-year-old woman.
0:30 And in this church there was an incident.
0:33 My colleague Tim Kirschsieper is in Worms.
0:36 Can you tell us what happened, Tim?
0:41 Yes, just now, before the service started,
0:44 about twenty people came running out of the church in a panic.
0:47 They were members of the funeral march
0:50 who were at the church early.
0:53 They came out distraught, calling for the police,
0:56 crying, because apparently someone
0:59 stood in front of the altar with arms stretched out,
1:02 and yelled “Allahu Akhbar” loudly, and other things
1:05 that people couldn’t understand, and that caused fear among those people.
1:08 The police apprehended the man a hundred meters down the road.
1:11 He is at the police station being questioned.
1:14 What exactly this was all about, however, is at the moment still unclear.
1:17 Whether this was a bad joke, or a confused man;
1:20 at this time it is completely unclear.
1:23 However, the church service is continuing,
1:26 which leads me to surmise that the police
1:29 haven’t classified the situation as too dangerous,
1:32 because otherwise the service certainly would have been cut short,
1:35 or rather, wouldn’t even have taken place at all.
1:38 Apart from that incident what do you think about the funeral march for Cynthia?
1:43 Yes, there were very impressive moments.
1:46 There were 500 participants who walked through the neighborhood in silence,
1:49 and then set up hundreds of candles
1:52 in front of Cynthia’s parents’ house.
1:55 It was a very moving experience;
1:58 it really was something special.
2:01 Tim Kirschsieper, many thanks.

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