German Mental Health Crisis 2016: Suspects on the Run After Stabbings, Shootings

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 15, 2016

Germany continues to suffer endless violence after an unexpected and as of yet unexplained outbreak of serious mental health problems in 2016.

No one knows how to solve the problem, but experts believe the best solution is probably more money for them programs.


At least one person has been injured in a stabbing and shooting attack in the German city of Cologne, police and the public prosecutor’s office said. Local media reported that two suspects are currently at large.

The incident took place on Flandrische Street on Monday morning, Koelner Express newspaper reported. When police arrived at the scene, they determined there had been a knife attack and shooting.

Two suspects are now on the run, the paper said.

According to witness accounts cited by Koelner Express, there were three or four people in the street having an argument with the victim before they attacked him with a knife or knives.

When the victim tried to escape in his Mercedes, the attackers began shooting at him, but the bullets only hit the car, according to the witnesses.

Police said the car was riddled with bullets when the officers arrived at the scene.

The victim, a 34-year-old male, received stab wounds and head injuries and was taken to hospital, police and prosecutors said.

Later one of the suspects was caught on Habsburgerring road, but two more suspects remain at large, the paper reported.

No descriptions given, so we can pretty much totally assume these are all blonde-haired, blue-eyed German boys named Hans.

Because race doesn’t exist, so statistically, if a crime is committed in a country with a majority White population, we have to assume that it was most likely committed by a White.