Italy: Officers Who Killed Christmas Massacre Terrorist Denied Medals Because They’re Nazis

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 13, 2017

Sure, being a terrorist is bad.

Or perhaps “bad” is too harsh a term.

At the very least, we might say it is “ungood.”

But it is nothing compared to being a racist Nazi who hates people for the color of their skin.

There reality here is clear: the cops who killed this terrorist are the bad guys.


Two Italian police officers became heroes for many Germans by stopping and killing the man responsible for the Berlin attack Anis Amri. Even an award, the Federal Order of Merit Cross, was being discussed. But it’s likely that nothing will come of that.

The positive image of the two man is crumbling: excerpts from their Facebook profiles published by the Italian media reveal the suspicion that the policemen have neo-fascist sympathies. As the “Bild” magazine reports, racist comments and contributions in which they glorify Hitler and Mussolini were found on their profiles.

Even a few days ago politicians from the Union grouping [right-leaning] such as CSU MP Hans Peter Uhl and CSU Interior expert Michael Frieser called for both police officers to be given a medal and praised their courage. They attracted support from Rainer Wendt from the German police trade union, who called in the Bild newspaper for the efforts of the Italian officers to be granted recognition in Germany too.

When reviewing these suggestions, however, their Facebook Profiles were examined, reports “Bild”, quoting sources in two federal ministries.

Now they are rowing back: “The decision of the federal government not to give any award to these two police officers is absolutely correct due to their open neo-fascist attitude,” emphasised Union Interior Expert Stephan Mayer (CSU) in “Bild”.

Translation via Diversity Macht Frei.

You see, if it was not for fascism, there wouldn’t even be terrorism.

The only reason Moslems do terrorism is because someone was mean to them or they foresee that someone might be mean to them in the future.

As such, these Italian cops who killed the terrorist might as well have just driven that truck into the Christmas market in Berlin themselves.