November 29, 2017
Never forget the parable about omelets.
It is the most important parable of all.
A German politician well known for his pro-refugee policies was stabbed in the neck at a kebab shop Monday evening.
Andreas Hollstein, the mayor of the western German town of Altena, told a news conference on Tuesday that his assailant, who was also a customer, held a foot-long knife to his throat.
“He said: ‘You are leaving me die of thirst while you bring 200 refugees to Altena,'” Hollstein told reporters.
“I pushed the knife away, which didn’t work out too well as I have a cut on my throat. I was very lucky as the two owners of the kebab shop came to help me push the attacker to the ground,” Hollstein said. Police then arrived and arrested the assailant.
German police said the 56-year-old attacker, identified only as Werner S., had been drinking.
He was known to authorities because of a minor violent assault in 2013 and also a traffic incident, but so far no connections to the organized far-right have been established, police said.
Hollstein blamed the attack on hate propaganda circulating on social media. “The handling of the subject of refugees is getting tougher and more ruthless, if they ask me about it, I see this as a decline in values in our society,” he said.
“I think that the poison that people spread on social media or other platforms enters into simple minds; as such, I would also designate the culprit. I have no hatred for these people. For me he has been a tool for others.”
The real crime is not mass immigration or some guy who is so fucking sick of mass immigration he is stabbing people in the neck. The real crime is the internet. Because grown adults are not capable of processing information. That’s why we had to invent democracy. So that we can force people to do things against their will, because they are so stupid they are all so stupid they can’t possibly understand anything.
Also, never forget the parable about the glass being half full.
That is also the most important parable of all.
I mean, you can look at this like “this guy got stabbed in the neck because of his own policies of immigrationism.”
But if it wasn’t for his own policies of immigrationism, no one would have been there to stop the guy who stabbed him in the neck.
Think about that for a minute.
Then think about a tree falling in the woods and the sound of one hand clapping.