Münster Vehicle Ramming Occurs on Anniversary of Islamic Terrorist Attack in Stockholm
The deadly vehicle ramming of an outdoor café in the German city of Münster took place exactly one year after a hijacked truck was driven into a crowd in the Swedish capital, Stockholm.
#Munster #Germany is "attacked by a truck" Amazing! Autonomous truck #Terror Folks, we know who did this and why.— Henrik Palmgren ???????????? (@Henrik_Palmgren) April 7, 2018
Track record is staggering, when is #European man gonna be fed up with having his daughters, sons & wives killed over by people who hate us?https://t.co/wZQKCHcAEt
German police confirmed that there were fatalities and injuries resulting from the incident in central Münster. The ramming is not yet officially considered a terrorist attack, but police say the driver took his own life afterwards.
#German Police is saying NOT to post images or videos of the #TerrorAttack to Twitter or other social media. Local eyewitnesses could be criminally charged. They are controlling the narrative early in the process before truth comes out. #Munster #Muenster https://t.co/y8wQZVKtHG— Henrik Palmgren ???????????? (@Henrik_Palmgren) April 7, 2018
Exactly one year ago, on April 7, 2017, Stockholm was hit by a vehicle attack, which has many similarities to the events in Germany on Saturday. Back then, a perpetrator drove a hijacked truck into a crowd along the busy Drottninggatan Street before crashing into a department store.
#TerrorAttack in #Munster #Muenster #Germany comes on the one day anniversary of the Terrorist attack in #Stockholm, #Swedenstan where young girl #Ebba - among others - were murdered by the "diversity" and open borders enabled by our politicians. #NeverFoget Ebba pic.twitter.com/zC4Ol20pi0— Henrik Palmgren ???????????? (@Henrik_Palmgren) April 7, 2018
The ramming attack claimed five lives and left 14 people seriously wounded, with Swedes and foreign tourists among the victims. The attacker was arrested the same day following a massive manhunt. He was identified as a rejected asylum-seeker from Uzbekistan who had sworn allegiance to Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) a few days earlier.
Do you think the people who are defending the #Munster #Muenster murderer - who has hate in their heart - would use the same language of caution if it was a #German who drove into a mosque or a crowd of foreigners? "Oh, It might be an accident" Suuuuuure. More #Terror in #Germany pic.twitter.com/51HzbRfftB— Henrik Palmgren ???????????? (@Henrik_Palmgren) April 7, 2018