Mainz: The Culturally Enriched Murder of Susanna

Violent assaults, rapes, and murders by migrants have become a daily occurrence in Germany since Mutti Merkel opened the doors wide for the Third World. I wouldn’t say that they are humdrum and routine for the average German — who must open the news every day with a sense of dread about the latest culture-enriching atrocity perpetrated upon his countrymen. Such crimes are commonplace now, however.

In the following video Sebastian Münzenmaier, a member of the Bundestag for AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany), talks about the latest victim, a 14-year-old girl. His mention of Kandel is a reference to the murder of a 15-year-old girl named Mia by a “teenager” from Afghanistan, which occurred late last year in the town of Kandel in Rhineland-Palatinate.

Many thanks to Ava Lon for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

For background on the BAMF scandal that has been dogging Angela Merkel, see:

Video transcript:

00:00   Just now I found out the sad news, that in Mainz a 14-year-old, Susanna,
00:05   was found dead. I also just found out, through well-informed police circles, that just this evening
00:10   an arrest warrant will reportedly be issued for a 20-year-old Iraqi refugee, who is wanted.
00:15   First I would like to express my condolences to the family and friends of Susanna.
00:20   But there must be also, finally, political consequences! It’s unthinkable that
00:23   once again, after Kandel, a young girl has become the victim of a refugee.
00:26   We have to, very urgently — especially during the BAMF [Refugees Office] scandal —
00:30   We have to — very urgently — re-examine all the asylum decisions, and consistently deport
00:34   all the asylum seekers whose applications were rejected. And this with no exceptions.
00:37   Frau Merkel, now you are really required to
00:40   finally draw consequences, instead of defending “carry on/business as usual” policies
00:43   in government surveys.
 

8 thoughts on “Mainz: The Culturally Enriched Murder of Susanna

  1. “Frau Merkel, now you are really required to finally draw consequences…”

    That’s a joke. There are NO consequences for a politician or bureaucrat who directly causes catastrophic damage to innocent lives. The way to start is to take away all tenured positions.

    • No worries , she’ll have her teflon-coating renewed shortly at the upcoming
      Bilderberg get-together . After that , not much will stick to her for a while , and should there be any tenacious residue of , say , blood , german super-water will surely wash away those bothersome traces also…..

      • Then…

        …”Rise like Lions after slumber
        In unvanquishable number
        Shake your chains to earth like dew
        Which in sleep had fallen on you
        Ye are many, they are few.”

        Percy Byshe Shelly.

  2. Pamela Geller’s site says the teenage girl was Jewish, so the motive for murder could have been antisemitism.

    • this was confirmed by the MSM. And it raises more questions about the state of mind of muslim men: obviously, consensual sex is no issue for them, and what about the exchange of bodily fluids with a person considered unclean by their ” holy scriptures”and its devastating effects? Just nuts.
      The family and the perpetrator escaped to Irak( which was so dangerous they had to leave) via Düsseldorf Airport without proper documents.Nota bene: this is the airport where I have to show ID twice, take off shoes and belt and show my Ipad and recipients of medication. OK, I was not going on Turkish Airlines. In the meanwhile, it is reported that the perp was arrested by kurdish autonomists in northern Irak.This could be good news in view of the penitentionary customs down there.
      To be fair:
      I forgot my ID once and the border police delivered a laisser passer immediatly so I could board.

    • Perhaps but the girl was also a westerner, a non-muslim, a heathen pig therefore free game for any muslim man.

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