Rainer Wendt: The Murderers of Susanna “Should Burn in Hell”

Long-time readers will remember Rainer Wendt, the head of the Police Union in Germany. He was featured here in a number of videos back in early 2016, making outspoken remarks on TV talk shows about the Raping ’n’ Groping festival on the previous New Year’s Eve in Cologne and other culturally enriched cities.

Now Mr. Wendt has spoken up about the recent rape and murder of 14-year-old Susanna Feldman by a pair of Muslim culture-enrichers. As usually, the head of the Police Union doesn’t mince any words.

Many thanks to Nash Montana for translating this article from JournalistenWatch:

Rainer Wendt: “I allow myself to react so emotionally — even without the permission of the speech police of the Landtag [state legislature]”

Rainer Wendt, the chairman of the German Police Union (DpoIG) has reacted very emotional in response to the murder of the 14 year old Susanna Feldman by the rejected asylum seeker Ali B. and his deportation back to Germany. He wants to see the murderer not in front of a jury, but rather to “burn in hell”. Outrage immediately rang out from the corners of those who should be held responsible politically for this murder.

Wendt posted on June 7th on his Facebook page: “And my thoughts are with the offenders. Should they really stand in front of one of our courts? With a mocking grin for the victim and contempt in their faces for our country? Do I really want to experience how expert witnesses and lawyers relativize, downplay and belittle and try to explain that which cannot be explained? They should burn in hell. That’s what I want.” (Entire post at the end of this article)

Wendt still stands by his commentary even as a horde of PC guardians commenced to try to shoot down the Union man with partly dubious arguments. Wendt’s show of stamina as he addresses the one or the other of the mentally absent comments can be described as nothing short of amazing.

It’s no less than stunning to see some of the people who are attacking the police union man, from the rows of those who through their devoted political actions have cemented the quasi-status quo. For instance Daniel Sieveke (CDU), the chairman of the Landtag home affairs select committee, is “shocked” and he speaks out against his party colleague: “In my eyes Wendt has entirely disqualified himself as an honorable police retiree in his populism-tainted demand for vigilante justice.”

Christian Dahm, the deputy chairman of the SPD Landtag fraction, shakes his cardinal socialist head in complete bewilderment over Wendt’s remarks: “He must have forgotten that he has sworn an oath on our Constitution.” He adds, “Minister of the Interior Herbert Reul and the NRW-CDU would be well advised to distance themselves from their party friend.”

From the left mainstream corner the TAZ agitates that Wendt supposedly wants to take an axe to the Rule of Law and that he is wishing for a police state.

“I allow myself to react so emotionally — even without the permission of the speech police of the Landtag”

In an interview with the NOZ [Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung], Wendt confirmed that the commentary that he wrote on his personal Facebook page was very emotional. He had received a lot of positive reactions for this. And he notes that he has nothing to apologize for. “I allow myself to react so emotionally, even without the permission of the speech police of the Landtag,” Wendt says.

Of course he would welcome it if the offender gets his day in court and receives a well-deserved punishment. Only he personally would prefer to not see the murderer in court; he does not want to be part of it.

“Just as a reminder” Wendt posted, for all those who are not familiar with Article 5 of the GG [common basic law, a.k.a. constitution]:

Here is the exact wording of what Rainer Wendt posted on his private Facebook account on June 7th, 2018:

Susanna is dead. And what remains is not only grief and disbelief. There also is deep anger and indignation. And at the same time, helplessness. One is paralyzed with horror.

Yes, I know one should not instrumentalize such deeds for some political demand or statement. And sometimes it is better to pause and be silent out of respect for the victim and immediate family.

And yet, still it is breathtaking if one thinks for just one second of the indescribable torture that the young Susanna, standing at the beginning of her life, had to go through.

As a father and a grandfather it feels like a huge black wall of fear towering in front of us when I think of how many more such beasts are on our streets, ready at any time to kill, to torture and to indulge in their misanthropic brutality.

And there is anger too that builds up when one thinks of the long criminal rap sheet for one who supposedly sought protection here, and who was so easily able to just get into an airplane like a tourist and leave the country.

What will become of our country when we tolerate the entry of people who engage in massive amounts of unlawful behavior, even commit terrible criminal acts, and yet are left to walk around freely, apparently ready at any moment to strike again?

What will become of our law-based state when it can no longer protect its people, when it seems that all that are left are disdainful juristic/legal implementations on paper, bureaucratic procedures and the silent acceptance of blatant injustices and life-threatening danger?

What will become of our democracy when those that are elected tenaciously ignore the will of those who have transferred power to them?

And now, again the well-known rituals, the return of the usual empty phrases and platitudes, the used-up words? And then back to business as usual? How many more times? How much longer? What is becoming of our country?

Susanna is dead. And my thoughts are with her family, her friends, and the people by whom she will be forever missed.

And my thoughts are with the murderers as well. Do I really want to see them in front of a court? With a mocking grin for the victim and contempt on their faces for our country? Do I really want to experience how expert witnesses and lawyers will relativize, downplay and belittle and to try to explain that which cannot be explained?

They should burn in hell. That’s what I want.

11 thoughts on “Rainer Wendt: The Murderers of Susanna “Should Burn in Hell”

  1. Wendt is one of the CDU traitors. In 2017 after a speach from Merkel at a CDU federal party conference he was like his fellow traitors one of the frenetical clappers.

  2. These muslim sub-humans should burn in hell together with all those in Germany who have facilitated the invasion of these animals.
    And I believe they will have a place in hell because what they have done, and what they are doing is demonic. The whole of the Western world is in thrall to satan.

  3. The German Grundgesetz is laughable. It can in no way be compared to the First Amendment of the US Constitution since it says clearly, in paragraph (2) above, that this article of the “basic law” “finds its limitations ‘only’ in any common law, the laws for the protection of minors and the laws pertaining to personal honor”.
    That means that the German parliament can, at any time, put a law on the books that is contradictory to the Grundgesetz (basic law). But they can still point at that basic law and pretend to be a free country.
    It’s all smoke and mirrors in that poor excuse for a republic.

    • I do not see a problem there: even in the US constitution it is not intended by “free speech and expression” to protect false allegations or unjustified offense.
      If someone calls you a @€:?$#% or whatever, you will rightly sue that person and not defend his right on free expression. The claim for pursuit of happiness and freedom does not apply to prisoners under the rule of the US constitution, if I get that right.
      The “Grundgesetz” was called so because in 1949, it was intended to be a provisory law.The “Constitution” was held back for a future reunited Germany and peace treaties between the winners of WW II and Germany, which we still do not have to this day. I hate to raise that problem, but there is still german territory occupied by Poland, Russia and Cheqia.( I for one couldn’ t care less, but we are talking history here).

      • @herb

        I suggest you gather more objective information about the differences between freedom of expression in Germany (the EU for that matter) and the US before you attempt to have a conversation about it.

        Concerning your second paragraph about “occupied territories”: Borders in Europe have been modified a thousand times in the past. I suggest you learn to live with it. Unless you belong to those who want to restore the glory of the Reich. In that case any attempt at a fruitful conversation with you is completely useless.

        • with all due respect,Ron, I do live with it.
          BTW, your argument makes me reconsider to maybe return my PhD in history to sender.( sarc off) But no offense taken. I am on GoV for its open discussion.

      • German territory is most certainly occupied by Poland (Silesia, Pomerania and the southern half of East Prussia) and by Russia (the northern half of East Prussia), but Czechia occupies no part of German territory – the Czech-German boundary is as it was set at Versailles. The millions of ethnic Germans who had lived for many centuries on what became inaccurately termed the Sudetenland were, wrongly or rightly, expelled en masse in the aftermath of WW2.

        • As for the Sudetenland, you are perfectly right. But how would one call a place that is a 90% inhabited by a homogenous population? Escondido/CA is still US territory, but this may be an awkward comparison.

  4. Rhetoric, unless it’s backed up by capital punishment. The death penalty is life affirming. It underscores that innocent life matters.
    Unless and until Germans and Europeans return to a real faith in Jesus, their nation and civilization is done.

    • That’s really arrogant, Joan. Many nonbelievers, myself included, manage to find ourselves a moral code, often based on Judeo-Christian principles, or even our parents’ examples, without accepting the whole package.

      My partner was a Christian when young, but after reading psychology she found the concept of “original sin” untenable. She remains a decent and caring person.

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