Following another arrest in the case of the Islamist attack in Vienna last autumn, the suspicion that the attacker was part of a network has been strengthened. As became known at the weekend, the Austrian special unit “Cobra” had arrested a 21-year-old Austrian with Egyptian roots on Friday morning.
He is suspected of having obtained the assault rifle used by Kujtim F. to kill four people and injure several others on November 2, 2020. Like the assassin, the suspect who has now been arrested received welfare payments. In the meantime, more than 20 Islamists have been arrested, including some in Switzerland, who are said to be part of a network.
According to German security authorities, Kujtim F. had also had close ties to Germany. Muslims in Osnabrück contacted him via Facebook and Instagram until shortly before the attack in early November. The group had run a secret prayer room and organised paintball games in Rheine, Westphalia, among other places, to train to fight against ” infidels”.
Meanwhile, the reopening of a mosque in Vienna, which had been closed after the attack, is causing criticism. The bomber is also said to have been active in the Tewhid mosque. The internal arbitration court of the Islamic Religious Community in Austria (IGGÖ) has now decided to return legal personality to the community.
Austria’s Minister of Culture Susanne Raab ( Austrian People’s Party) called the decision “absolutely incomprehensible and irresponsible”. This is precisely the mosque “where the Vienna bomber stayed several times and where, according to the security authorities, his radicalisation was encouraged”. Moreover, the Islamic Religious Community itself had described the mosque as a Salafist institution.
Raab demanded that the IGGÖ “act consistently and with all determination against any form of extremism. Mosques are not a lawless area,” the Austrian People’s Party politician told the APA news agency. Once again, she said, the planned tightening up of the law to prevent extremism was necessary.
The trial began almost an hour late. The Attorney General is not only demanding a conviction for murder and attempted murder. He also wants to enforce preventive detention for the accused.
Abdullah A. H. H. (21) himself remained silent on the charges.
And so the court consulted the psychiatric expert. The accused had talked to the psychiatric expert during the evaluation and had spoken “in a friendly, approachable, but serious manner” about the gruesome act of murder and his motives.
Abdullah had explained to expert Norbert Leygraf (68) that “areas where Islam does not rule are war zones”.
That the perpetrator called his mother after his release at the end of September 2020 and that she asked him to “come to his senses”. That while he was still in custody he tried to obtain weapons such as a Kalashnikov to kill infidels.
Already on the second day after his release, the radical Islamist managed to buy two sets of knives with a total of five blades in the city area.
He bought a prayer rug from the same shop. On the day of the crime, he went to the mosque, prayed to Allah and asked for strength to carry out his attack.
In the city centre, he had followed several people, but had “sorted them out” as victims. In short: these passers-by were lucky.
Then he met Thomas L. and Oliver L. The tourists strolled hand in hand and laughing through the old town at night. For Abdullah A. H. “infidels to be killed”.
He rammed knives into the men’s bodies from behind. With such force that one knife even broke off. Oliver L. defended himself massively, they both screamed for help. Then he had to flee.
And the perpetrator, who was “on his way to heaven” by committing the crime, was downright sorry that both of the victims did not die in the bloodbath.
The crime had “not been a mistake”, but “he had not consulted himself sufficiently” to carry it out “properly”.
These statements show frightening parallels to his earlier behaviour. Abdullah A. H. H. planned a bloodbath in the middle of Dresden years ago.
This was revealed at his trial in 2018. According to this, he planned an explosive detonation at the film nights festival.
In addition to building instructions for explosive devices, he also downloaded the “Instructions for martyrdom operations” from the internet.
He had wanted to work through these instructions thoroughly so as not to make a mistake. Fortunately, he was arrested in time before he could read them carefully.
But the imprisonment (more than three years in total) did not deter him from his mission.
Only five days after his release, he stabbed Thomas L. and Oliver L..
Last week, Americans learned that Twitter was censoring reports that BLM’s Patrisse “I’m a trained Marxist” Cullors, and her “black, queer, and gender-nonconforming” spouse (seeming a genetic female) had purchased a $1.4 million home in a chi-chi predominantly white section of Los Angeles. That story was a twofer, showing both how Twitter is using censorship for political ends and how corrupt the Black Lives Matter movement is. The story got even better when it emerged that Cullors bought four houses, not just one.
It’s very important as you contemplate what you’re about to read to remember that Cullors is a Marxist. Not just any Marxist, but a “trained Marxist”:
The essence of Marxism is hostility to capitalism – that is, to the acquisition of individual wealth. Marxism envisions a society in which all property and the means of production are publicly owned and in which all possessions flow from a constant and complete redistribution of goods. “From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs,” as Marx said.
This focus on wealth means that there are no people more obsessed with money than Marxists. Think about it: Capitalists are obsessed with creating goods and services and then hope that wealth will flow from that creation. Most have dreams that go beyond merely pouring dollars into bank accounts.
Marxists, however, aren’t interested in creating things of value. Instead, they’re completely obsessed with squirreling away and spending the big bucks. Invariably, the leaders and their inner circle in Marxist/socialist political systems achieve extraordinary wealth. And invariably, these people don’t attain their wealth by building something worthwhile. Instead, their money comes from skimming a substantial percentage of every penny that their men with guns forcibly seize from the people.
And that brings us to Patrisse Cullors. In 2020, Black Lives Matter raised $90 million. The claim was that the money would be used to help blacks struggling with the unending burden of systemic racism. (I tend to think that their unending burden is that they engage in self-destructive, learned behaviors because the Democrat party assures them that they’re perfect just the way they are). So far as I know, Black Lives Matter has done little to nothing to improve the condition of impoverished blacks.
Cullors, however, has apparently done something profitable to improve her condition. We know this because it turns out that she didn’t buy one house – she bought four! The New York Post explains:
Patrisse Khan-Cullors, 37, also eyed property in the Bahamas at an ultra-exclusive resort where Justin Timberlake and Tiger Woods both have homes, The Post has learned. Luxury apartments and townhouses at the beachfront Albany resort outside Nassau are priced between $5 million and $20 million, according to a local agent.
You must check out the Post article to get a sense of Cullors purely capitalist buying binge, which includes a custom ranch on 3.2 acres in Georgia complete with an airplane hangar.
As of now, I don’t believe anyone knows where Cullors got the money for her buying binge. It could be the rewards of fame (speaking gigs, mostly) or she might have gotten a very generous salary from her BLM work. (As a friend noted, you’ll never meet a Marxist who says, “Pay me only X and give the rest to the people.”)
Still, given Cullors’ proximity to that $90 million cash haul, some people find her sudden wealth is suspicious. No wonder, then, that at least one BLM chapter wants to find out what’s going on:
Hawk Newsome, the head of Black Lives Matter Greater New York City, called for “an independent investigation” to find out how the global network spends its money.
“If you go around calling yourself a socialist, you have to ask how much of her own personal money is going to charitable causes,” he said. “It’s really sad because it makes people doubt the validity of the movement and overlook the fact that it’s the people that carry this movement.”
Donald Trump made his money by developing properties that people wanted to buy and made his fame by getting things done in good order and under budget. He willingly sacrificed 1/3 of his wealth to serve the people of the United States of America. Patrisse Cullors made her money by denouncing wealth and then spending vast sums on herself. Yet Trump is the one half of America reviles.
In autumn 2020, a Muslim mother claimed in a video in Arabic that her then four-year-old daughter had been raped at the St. Martin Catholic day-care centre in Koblenz (Rhineland-Palatinate).
After gynaecological examinations of the child, it was soon clear: the accusations were not tenable, the child had not been abused!
Too late: tens of thousands had already watched the video (with German subtitles) and expressed their hatred against the only male educator, the kindergarten itself and the investigators. After death threats, the kindergarten employee was given police protection. The kindergarten was closed for a fortnight.
According to Koblenz Attorney General Jürgen Brauer, the proceedings are about hostility, especially on the internet – they range from defamation to public incitement to murder: “In 30 proceedings, we have filed an application for the issuance of a penalty order, ten proceedings of which have been legally concluded. Fines of up to 100 penalty units were predominantly imposed/applied for.”
In another case, the public prosecutor’s office brought charges, seven cases were referred to other German public prosecutor’s offices and one to authorities in Austria.
37 preliminary proceedings were dropped, 15 are still pending. In 46 cases, no perpetrator could be identified.
According to Koblenz Attorney General Jürgen Brauer, no preliminary proceedings have been initiated against the girl’s parents for faking a crime: “At present, it must be assumed that the parents are convinced that abuse of their child has occurred. The parents have left Koblenz. Their whereabouts are unknown.”
In the clip, the mother had spoken of her daughter being raped by several men, videotaped group sex and beatings of children.
For the educator, the time was an absolute nightmare, parents bombarded him with three more criminal charges based on false accusations.
Among other things, the police advised him to change his name and move abroad. He became unable to work and ended up in a psychiatric day clinic suffering from depression. Later he suffered a heart attack.
The 44-year-old wants to remain anonymous, says about the other accusations: “For example, I am supposed to have collected children with a camper van and recorded porn with them.”
According to Katholischer KiTa gGmbH Koblenz, “a daily work routine is gradually developing in the facility that is comparable to the time before the stressful events”: “The staff have become more vigilant and sensitive due to the threats and the temporary closure of the day care centre.”Accordingly, they continue to be provided with professional support.
A member of the Austrian Parliament for the FPÖ [Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs], the Austrian Freedom Party has called out a woman named Emer Cooke, a former lobbyist for the pharmaceutical industry who is now on the board of the EU agency that regulates medicines — including the notorious AstraZeneca “vaccine”, which is currently at the epicenter of a major controversy.
MP Gerald Hauser FPÖ noted that the European Medicines Agency is responsible for monitoring and evaluating medicines in the EU, and is also responsible for their approval.
Before there was even any discussion about vaccinations and the approval of vaccinations, a certain Dr. Emer Cooke was appointed on November 16 2020 as the chairwoman of the EMA, responsible for a budget in 2020 of approximately €306 million.
The review process of the European Medicines Agency regarding medical issues has been criticized for its lack of transparency and issues of conflict of interest. In a rebuttal of an EMS review that included her work, Louise Brinth, a Danish physician, noted that “experts” reviewing data remain unnamed and seem to be bound to secrecy. Minutes are not released and diverging opinions are not reported suggesting that all the “experts” are of the same opinion. In her view the process is unscientific and undemocratic.
The Agency decentralises its scientific assessment of medicines by working through a network of about 4500 “experts”. One these “experts” is Lynora Saxinger. According to her Twitter profile, she “offers informed Covid-19 opinions in media”.
“Any one who has a history of blood clots might have an increased risk of blood clots at any point anyway,” Saxinger, an infectious disease specialist at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, declared in a recent CBC News interview on the safety regarding the AstraZeneca vaccine.” But I don’t believe that there would be a rationale to make a recommendation against using [the vaccine],” she added.
This may present a huge conflict of interest because “91 percent of this [EMA] budget comes from fees paid by the pharmaceutical companies,” Hauser pointed out. “And if you now look at the CV of Dr. Emer Cooke, since 1985 she has been working in various positions in the pharmaceutical industry. It is interesting to note that from 1991 to 1998 she was a director of the FBA.”
The FBA happens to be the lobbying organisation for the largest European Pharmaceutical Conglomerates. Cooke lobbied for eight years for the Big 30 of the European Pharmaceutical Industry.
“Her clients were Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Novatis, Johnson and Johnson, and so on and so forth,” according to Hauser. “So, this Dr. Emer Cooke, who was appointed in mid-November of 2020 to the EMA board has, all her life, worked for the pharma industry. She has lobbied in an executive capacity for the pharma industry and is now responsible for the approval and for the control and the efficacy of vaccines like AstraZeneca“.
Hauser believes that this is a prime example of “outright insider deals, outright nepotism [and] bribery”. He added: “Please think about this when in future you use the EMA as proof of the correctness of the testing of medical drugs.”