BREAKING: Following the attempted bomb attack on a German regional train, Merkel’s mainstream media rewrite the terrorist, a Syrian asylum seeker, as a resident of the German Sauerland region

Attempted bombing attack committed by a Syrian “refugee” (Tweet above). All the more surprising what regional media from North Rhine-Westphalia made of the police report: They informed that the perpetrator was a “young man from Lüdenscheid”; used not only by public broadcaster WDR and various Cologne daily newspapers.The headline already mentioned the “inhabitant of the German region of Sauerland”, who has now confessed to having placed the explosive device in the toilet of a regional railway.

According to the media, his motive is “disturbing” and “bitter”: he had acted “out of dissatisfaction with his precarious social situation”, according to the police; with his act he had “wanted to attract public attention”. All of this would have been quite harmless – had it not been for former President of the Office for the Protection of the Constitution Hans-Georg Maaßen, who spoiled the beautiful idyll of the German bomber with some background information:

Translation: For the sake of completeness: The “man from the Sauerland” was born in Syria in 1999 and has a residence permit as an asylum seeker.

journalistenwatch.com/2020/10/11/medien-terror-syrer/

2 thoughts on “BREAKING: Following the attempted bomb attack on a German regional train, Merkel’s mainstream media rewrite the terrorist, a Syrian asylum seeker, as a resident of the German Sauerland region

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