Anime Right News (ARN) — A vehicle has crashed into a crowd in Muenster Germany, killing four and injuring at least thirty in a terrorist attack. It is reported that the driver had shot himself at the scene shortly after the attack, but in the usual, obvious attempt at narrative control, the identity of the attacker or the likely motive for the attack has not been released. There are reports that eyewitnesses are being told they will be criminally charged if they post pictures or videos of the attack on social media. This, unfortunately, has become standard practice following a terrorist attack in Orwellian Europe, as the establishment attempt to control the public response.
However, the fact that the attack has come on the anniversary of the Stockholm truck attack, seems to confirm that the attacker was likely a Muslim.
Unconfirmed reports from “local media” state the attacker was a 48-year-old man born in Germany, although this may well be an attempt at narrative control.
The German Suddeutsche Zeitung daily, citing its own sources, says that the man who allegedly plowed the car into an outdoor dining area in Muenster was a 48-year-old German who had mental-health issues, and that there is no evidence suggesting that the incident was a terrorist attack. At the same time, it also reported that the police are now searching the man’s apartment for explosives.
A Kurdish demonstration was scheduled to take place in central Muenster later on Saturday. The protesters planned to rally against the Turkish operation targeting Kurdish militias in northern Syria. Around 1,500 people were expected to take part, according to German Focus magazine. Following the incident, the demonstration was called off by the authorities.