German State Media Silent After Teenager Murdered by Immigrant
On Sunday evening, Viktor E. was walking across the Kennedy Bridge in Hamburg with a friend. The suspect then came up behind Viktor, stabbed him repeatedly, and pushed his friend into the water. Viktor was quickly transported to the hospital but died shortly thereafter.
The suspect was described as a non-White man in his mid-twenties.
While this story has made its rounds on German social media, it has failed to elicit any coverage from the two public television channels, ARD and ZDF, with the latter stating that it does “not report on individual cases.”
ZDF journalist Eva-Maria Lemke even said that cases like this – meaning those in which third world immigrants violently attack native Germans – are not worth covering because they are not the result of “structural problems.” The irony, of course, is that mass immigration from the third world is indeed a structural problem, seeing as how it is the direct result of government policy.
Unsurprisingly, this isn’t the first time that German state media has turned a blind eye to immigrant-on-German crime. For example, Tagesschau opted to not report on the brutal murders of Daniel S. and P. Niklas at the hands of non-White immigrants.
In light of this deliberate censorship, one cannot help but wonder if the media would respond in the same manner to an ethnic German murdering a non-White immigrant.