As a counterpoint to my post from earlier today about Würzburg, the video below features a persistent geezer who keeps obtruding himself on camera behind a TV reporter who is in the midst of uttering platitudes — “that the events not lead to division among people”, etc. — about last week’s jihad attack in Würzburg.
The following description (also translated by MissPiggy) accompanies the video at Politically Incorrect:
During a live broadcast of the Tagesschau on Sunday, a citizen of Würzburg did not miss the opportunity to voice his protest against the conditions in his city and the appeasing reporting of the media — in this case the BR [Bayerische Rundfunk, Bavarian public TV] reporter Alexander von Ammon — in front of the Würzburg Cathedral, on the knife murders by the Somali.
“We are afraid, we are afraid,” the elderly gentleman shouts again and again in front of the running camera and does not let himself be stopped even by passersby who act as law enforcement and want to push him out of the picture. Even though the older gentleman comes across as a bit crotchety, he says forthrightly what many are thinking. Every week about 50 knife attacks are recorded, but they get no attention from the mainstream.
Not every knife attack ends fatally; often it is “only” a threat. And yet this should be enough to warrant that people’s fears be taken seriously. Würzburg has shown in a dramatic way: Anyone can become the victim of such an attack, and anyone without exception.
|00:00||Memorial service held in Würzburg Cathedral —They all made an appeal|
|00:03||for unity. —We are afraid in this country! —They demonstrated for unity.|
|00:07||We are afraid! —Just a sec! —We are afraid in this country!|
|00:10||They demonstrated for unity and made the request that the events|
|00:16||not lead to division among people. —We’re afraid! —As someone|
|00:22||is trying to do here at the moment. —We’re afraid! —It’s an attempt at bringing people|
|00:26||together. —We’re AFRAID! —To use these events to bring people closer.|
|00:31||WE ARE AFRAID! —I think we’ll reconnect a little later. —In this country, we are afraid!|
|00:37||First you’ll need to deal with this gentleman. —Today again, we are afraid!