The shopping mall shooting spree in Munich seems like the most confused, incoherent attack to date. The narrative has been confused too. And there are key, tell-tale details we should pay attention to.
For hours the news stations were saying the police were hunting 3 to 4 attackers; then at the end we were told it was only one guy – an 18 year-old Iranian/German teenager, who shot himself in the head.
Some news outlets, led by CNN, decided to report he had yelled “Allahu Akbar”, while others reported he was wearing Neo-Nazi style boots and targeting foreigners.
The hours of reports of “3 or 4 gunmen” being hunted by police and anti-terror forces is suggestive of what happened (but was covered up) in Orlando, where there was a whole team of FBI patsies, but only one of them went through with an attack.
There were early reports that the gunman in the shooting spree may have been targeting foreigners or immigrants. This attack, as was being noted, occurred on the date of the 5 year anniversary of the mass shooting in Norway in which Anders Breivik – a Far Right, Neo-Nazi with Masonic connections – massacred dozens of Norwegian teenagers (out of violent hatred for Norway’s multi-culturalism and immigration).
The alleged Munich shooter has now been identified as Iranian-German – which means he definitely wasn’t related to ISIS: yet much of the media, particularly in the US, continued to cover the story as though it was an ISIS attack. Iranians don’t become ISIS sympathisers – they’re enemies. Yet I was listening to the radio, and they continued talking for hours about ‘ISIS’ and ‘The Muslim Problem’, as if they were just too disappointed with the real story that was being reported from Munich.
I guarantee you that even now there are lots of people on social media and on websites trying to make out this was an ISIS attack or something to do with the migrants.
In terms of the ill-fitting ISIS/Iranian meme, something like that happened before, specifically in the Sydney Siege, where Iranian Mon Haroon Monis was supposed to have carried out the cafe hostage attack for ISIS and brandishing the ISIS black-flag. That distinctly odd character too was incoherent, made no sense and had no motive, bearing all the hallmarks of an intelligence agency stooge with mental problems. In that case, the planning was so bad that they didn’t even realise Iranians and ‘ISIS’ are a total mismatch.
The case of this Munich shooter appears to have the same problems.
The most bizarre part of the story is the footage recorded on a rooftop, in which the alleged killer is engaged in a shouting match with onlookers.
Someone on Reddit has translated all of the video from German to English. Read what the shooter was saying – it is incoherent, even bizarre, and sounds to me like someone who’s mind has been messed around with (re, MK-Ultra, Manchurian Candidate type ops; look up the Washington Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis, for example).
He shouts “Ich bin Deutscher” (“I am German”) on the video as bystanders shouted at him from a nearby rooftop. In a very odd scene, he is shown arguing with bystanders, shouting things like “fucking Turks!” and “Fucking foreigners!”
The purported gunman talks about also medical treatment; translated by someone from German as having said “Was in psychological treatment…I didn’t do anything, shut up”. He also talks about having been bullied.
This could suggest someone simply with psychological problems, possibly from bullying (he also seems to reference having failed his exams and being on welfare); a kid who might’ve simply snapped and gone on a rampage, like a number of kids have been known to do (especially in America). This indeed seems to be the explanation Munich police are now putting out there.
On the other hand, again, it could also suggest a patsy who has been manipulated, brainwashed or subject to intense ‘control’ methods.
Watching that footage – and particularly noting the blurred, confused motivation (again, read the transcript) – he seems almost like someone who’s been so badly ‘programmed’ that he actually doesn’t know what he’s doing or why.
It could seem literally like he doesn’t know whether this is supposed to be an Islamist attack, a Far Right attack, or just Random Angry Teenager With a Gun: as if his ‘handlers’ were so shoddy or so unsure themselves what the narrative was supposed to be that they ended up imparting that same confused motive to him too.
What we can probably dismiss is the “Allahu Akbar” story. The ‘Allahu Akbar’ claim seems to be reported by some ‘eyewitness’ every time there’s an attack: it was the same claim made in the case of the Paris attacks, even though a particularly reputable eyewitness at the Bataclan had reported there had been no such words spoken. In this instance, the claim originated with CNN and not German sources.
So what was this?
It is entirely unclear. We’ll probably be told more in the next few days; though whether what we’re told is the truth is another matter.
While I generally try to avoid the Blame Israel game, there is a case certainly to be made this might’ve been a Mossad operation, and here’s why.
The last major ‘terror attack’ in Munich was the infamous massacre during the 1972 Munich Olympics. But that ‘Black September’ attack – allegedly by Palestinian terrorists against Israeli athletes – is held by many to have been a false-flag op carried out by Mossad.
This attack yesterday may have been both a false-flag terror attack to increase/continue instability and psy-op tension, but also a highly symbolic operation: in Munich again, and just shortly before the current Olympic Games begin.
What else? I noticed that both The Daily Mail and CNN reported that the mall where yesterday’s shootings occurred is, rather disingenuously, adjacent to the site of the 1972 Munich Olympics. The symbolism is a little too rich for my liking.
This possibility of this having been a Mossad psy-op is also touched on in this observation, via Jay’s Analysis: specifically that – by bizarre coincidence the same eyewitness happened to be on-site to film both the Nice truck attack and yesterday’s Munich attack on his phone. Tremendous ability to be in the right places at the right times.
The fellow in question, it seems, happens to also be married to a Mossad operative. If it was a Mossad op, the Munich police and German security forces wouldn’t necessarily have been aware of it. Also, if – as the authorities now say, there was only one suspect – then it is possible the other gunmen witnesses described were his handlers or possible Mossad agents.
On the other hand, this may have just been a disturbed, angry kid who decided to go on a shooting spree with a pistol – someone with genuine psychological problems.
It isn’t clear either why the media – based on multiple eyewitness reports – were saying for hours that there were multiple shooters.
But what is also worth noting some of the very careful language coming out of Munich: specifically that the authorities are reported to “believe” the 18 year old boy was the lone shooter and that they “believe” he took his own life. That actually isn’t certain – they say they ‘found him dead’ later on (after the city had been locked down for hours and people had been told to stay in their homes and an apparent hours-long search was conducted for multiple shooters).
It is *assumed* that he took his own life: but the media is mostly choosing to overlook the very cautious and deliberate language from Munich authorities, which leaves plenty of room for other interpretations – and which makes me wonder if they’re trying to leave subtle clues in their statements as to what was really going on.
If this was a false-flag op (and one that clearly didn’t go as it was supposed to), the likelihood is that German/Munich police, authorities and anti-terror personnel probably knew nothing about it and were reacting to it without any inside knowledge – which would account for the confused narratives and the ambiguity in official statements.
It is apparent, at any rate, that this boy had nothing to do with ‘ISIS’ or any Islamist terrorism, and that he cannot be linked either to the refugee crisis or the issues of migration or open borders. Though Far Right groups like Pegida and others will no doubt try to use this to weaken Angela Merkel’s position even further.