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Saturday, July 23, 2016

Rough transcript of argument between alleged Munich shooter and man on balcony


Man with gun (in perfect Munich High German accent): “Because of you, I was ganged on for seven years.” [Wegen euch wurde ich gemobbt 7 jahre lang.]

Man on balcony (in perfect Munich Bavarian accent): “You jerkoff, you asshole you.” [Du Wichser, du Arschloch du.]

Man with gun: “And now I have to buy a weapon to shoot you.” [Und jetzt muss ich hier Waffe kaufen um euch abzuknallen.]

Man on balcony: “You know what? Your head should be cut off, you asshole.” [Ja weißt du was? Dir gehört der Kopf abgeschnitten, du Arschloch.]

Man with gun: “Yeah, yeah, the idiots are here or what.” [Ja Ja , damit die Idioten hier oder.]

Man on balcony: “Hey, jerkoff.” [Ey, Wichser.]

Man with gun: “You shitty Turks!” [Ihr scheiss Türken!]

Man on balcony: “Shitty raghead!” [Scheiss Kanaken!]

Second man on balcony: “He has the gun. He has his gun loaded. Get the cops. He’s just walking around, the jerkoff.” [Er hat die Schusswaffe. Er hat seine Waffe geladen. Hol die Bullen. Er läuft hier umher, der Wichser der Alte.]

Man with gun: “I am German.” [Ich bin Deutscher.]

Man on balcony: “You’re a jerkoff! A jerkoff.” [Wichser bist Du! Ein Wichser.]

Man with gun: “You happy now?” [Seid Ihr jetzt zufrieden?]

Man on balcony: “You jerkoff.” [Wichser du.]

Man with gun: “I was born here. In a Hartz IV [welfare] area. Here in the Turkish section of Hasenbergl. I was in treatment. How is it my fault? I haven’t done anything.” [Ich bin hier geboren worden. Hier in der Harz 4 Gegend. Hier in der Türken Region hier im Hasenbergl. Ich war in stationärer Behandlung. Wie ist es meine Schuld? Ich habe nix getan.]

Man on balcony: “Yes, treatment. You belong in a psychiatric ward, you asshole moron.” [Ja Behandlung , du gehörst in die Psychiatrie, du Arschloch du blödes.]

Man with gun: “Not another word! Shut your face, sir!” [Kein Wort mehr! Halten Sie die Schnauze!]



LJansen said...

As a believer in socialism, I always shudder when the "love is the answer" people show up. But when you hear the gun guy explaining his feelings, is he expressing a lack of love that, if abundant, could have saved all his victims (and him)?

Society has lost its way. It is obvious in the systems we have created do not value us as human beings.

That being the case, could we disarm the place, from top to bottom?

No, because of the systems we have created.

LJansen said...

Then there is always raghead:

Linh Dinh said...

An update from our friend in Frankfurt:

Interestingly enough, a German reporter, who commented from Munich and was a witness (he stood in front of the shopping mall, when the kllling started and reported from there) is the same, who was in Nice, when the terror-attack happened there - he was filming the scene from a balcony of his hotel.

Strange coincidence.

He seems to be married to a former Israeli Intelligence officer. Here is a link in

As I said before - we cannot rule and should at no time rule out the possibility, that some secret service may have been involved. After all, a fearful society is a good society for the rulers, because it will easily accept changes for the worse (tougher legislation, mass surveillance, tighter gun control, higher taxation etc.).

Speculation on this and other matters should stay rampant for a while.

The sad part: However it was in the end - staged or not staged, it worked - an example: the police had warned the population shortly after the shooting to leave Munich inner city to stay safe - and people reacted in Panic. This is a scene outside the Hofbräuhaus, the famous restaurant in the middle of Munich- miles away from the incident. People were banging against the metal windows to get out. Sad.

I heard from a woman in Munich, that her 18year-old-daughter stayed with friends. The day after the shooting they didn't go out because they were so scared! That is what frightens me most Linh - that we are now so easily put into a state of panic and of no-thinking anymore.

I hope this will change for the better, once the real terror starts.

Linh Dinh said...

Kevin Barret at Veterans Today, "What are the odds that a guy with the background of Richard Gutjahr – married to a leading Israeli black operator – would “just happen to be there” to film the very beginning of the Nice truck attack AND today’s shooting at the Olympia Mall in Munich, Germany?"

Rudy said...

Though eventually I probably would have got to Kevin Barrett at VT, I might not have, so thanks for the alert. As your Frankfurt friend points out, these false flag exercises are very effective.

my name is link said...

A cohencidence, a friend of mine would say.

What in the world is happening, I wonder?
In thorough accordance with the agenda, calls for "tougher legislation, mass surveillance, tighter gun control, higher taxation etc." are what these incidents are eliciting.

No calls for restricting immigration (invasion), not in the least.
Only neofascists show sign of reactions and utter some unutterable truths. They are left alone by the civic society.
This allows the rules to link the most evident truths with fascism, and quarantine them as "fascistic."

The civic society is at fault there.

my name is link said...

"What are the odds that a guy with the background of Richard Gutjahr – married to a leading Israeli black operator – would “just happen to be there” to film the very beginning of the Nice truck attack AND today’s shooting at the Olympia Mall in Munich, Germany?"

Surefire response: why would super-clever conspirators put the same agent in both places, risking to be caught with hands in jam?
It would make far more sense to send two distinct agents, one to Nice one to Munich.
And for neither being so well-known people, easily linkable to Israel.

Speaking in point of facts... the odds would be about one in a hundred thousand, maybe? Or one in some millions. Or one in some billions. Statistics is not my forte.

Rudy said...

Someone just directed my attention to this comment following Barrett's article:

"There was the Aurora movie theater shooting in Colorado in the summer of 2012, during the premiere of a Batman movie. Interestingly, there’s a scene in the movie in which the cops are looking at a map. The map has written SANDY HOOK on it, in handwriting. And the Sandy Hook hoax happened a few months after the movie premiere, in December 2012. For whatever reason, the perps keep putting out there hints to their planned operations."

Linh Dinh said...

Hi Rudy,

I believe our evil rulers are falling down laughing as they toy with us. They obviously have no fear of exposure or prosecution. They know they're just messing with a confused, divided and impotent population.

And Trump is one more joke they're dumping on us.


Linh Dinh said...

A friend emailed me about racism, so I responded:

Racism is universal, and kids are often the most nakedly racist. I remember my teacher in Vietnam saying something to a half French kid, and us Vietnamese kids making fun of the "chệt," or "chinks," constantly. I've heard adult minorities in Vietnam insulted as if it was nothing.

Growing up in the US, I experienced plenty of racism.

Had I grown up in Japan, Pakistan, France, Brazil or wherever, it would have happened also.

This morning, I woke up to an email from a writer I very much respect. Responding to "Letter from Germany," he raised the possibilities that all these reports of sensational crimes by Muslims in Europe are hoaxes.

All morning, I've been thinking, reading and watching what I can to clarify the situation to myself.

In Egypt, mob sexual assaults have been common for at least a decade. Women are groped or raped at large gatherings.

In Rotherham, England, 1,400 English girls, many of them teenagers, were raped by a gang of Pakistanis over 16 years. 1,400!!!

Greek television reports Greek women being groped by mobs of Muslim men, apparently from Albania, most of them.

In Leipzig, two of my students, one blonde, the other an Indian who grew up in Qatar, told me they were stalked by Muslim men. The Indian student could speak Arabic, so she shouted at her stalkers. To shake off her stalker, the blonde one went into a store and stayed there.

In sum, it is not a good idea to import millions of Muslim men into Europe, and one must remember that many of these are not refugees but economic migrants.

To maintain different traditions, people have different countries.

Southeast Asia is having problems with Nigerians. The heads of the Nigerian Associations in both Thailand and Cambodia were recently convicted of drug trafficking, and Nigerians have earned a reputation for crime in Vietnam. Many Nigerians have been locked up in all these countries.

The dilution of national culture is most pronounced in the West, with multiculturalism its substitution. It's telling that this creed has been heavily endorsed and promoted by Jews, a people without homeland for two millennia. Sneering at nationalism as reactionary and bigoted, they proclaim a "progressive" vision of all races and ethnicities harmoniously coexisting in every country. Israel, however, is no multicultural utopia but an apartheid state.



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