Germany: Getting Stabbed on a Train is Our Greatest Strength

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 31, 2018

There are so many good, good things about diversity. For instance: all of the vibrancy it brings.

Moreover, it is our greatest strength.

This is what strength looks like. Greatest strength.

However, sometimes trains get stabbed up.


A man has been shot dead by police after he attacked a person on a train with a knife and then injured a policewoman on a train near Flensburg station in northern Germany.

The man allegedly took out his weapon at around 7 pm local time (1700 UTC) while on board the fast train that had traveled to Flensburg via Cologne and Hamburg, according to Bild.

The suspect is believed to have attacked a person on the train and a 22 year-old female police officer as she and her colleague tried to apprehend him. The officer fired her weapon according to a police statement.

The area around the train station was evacuated and closed off following the incident. The station has since reopened, according to Flensburger Tageblatt.

The most important thing about this is that it be kept out of the German media.

Because if people hear about this migrant stabbing up this train, they will start to think that migrants might stab up trains. And such a thought as that… it is pure hatred for the color of the skin.

Once the skin hatred begins, then it’s only a matter of time before diversity itself is threatened.

And without Germany’s greatest strength – these millions of illiterate West Asians an Africans who escaped the brutal civil war in Syria – it will be just as weak as it was before 2015.

This is what strength looks like.