Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Anti-War Protester Couldn't Find Soliders To Attack, Kills Dutch Student Instead

A disturbed anti-war protester wanted to punish the Netherlands for its support of the Iraq war. He hoped to find a solider to attack but couldn't find one. So instead of doing the usual protest stuff like chain himself to a building, he kills a young Dutch student to make a statement:

"A U.S. citizen has confessed to using an axe to kill a Dutch student after failing to find a soldier to attack, his lawyer said Tuesday.
The suspect, Carlos Hartmann, 41, of Tecumseh, Mich., has confessed to the Sept. 8 killing on a train platform in the southern city of Roosendaal, defence lawyer Peter Gremmen said.
Gremmen said Hartmann wanted to punish the Netherlands for its support of the war in Iraq.
Hartmann appeared before a judge Tuesday and was ordered held for another two weeks for investigation.
"He hates soldiers, and says that the army kills people, so it would be legitimate if he were also to kill someone . . . from the American military - or from its NATO allies," Gremmen said in a telephone interview.
When he failed to find a soldier at the Roosendaal train station, "he got such a crazy, disturbed idea that he killed a civilian," Gremmen said.

What truly disturbing is that this guy had a innocent civilian killed because he couldn't find a soldier. Needless to say that this guy is on the left, the insane left. Am I trying to say that both parties have homicidal crazies? Of course I am, because both parties do. What is disgusting is that some of these people think that they will be greeted as heroes for murdering innocents.


Anonymous said...

The shameful event you reported is a good ilustration of this:
by the way Petr Cibulka is a very smart and insightful author and hero of underground. Several years back he somehow found and published lists of KGB agents in Czechia.
Official Prague at first denied it, but later they HAD to publish their lists, which were shorter but still!
Q: What about Americans with anti-American views, are they influenced by the communist ideology ?

A: I am convinced that, for example, most of the Americans in Europe have anti-American views. Their opinions are often so anti-American and so pro-communist or leftist that even in anti-American and socialist Europe these people are perceived as extremists. During the American operation to install freedom and democracy in Iraq there were anti-American demonstrations organized in Prague solely by American students and anti-American activists. They held signs: "Hands off Iraq!" These people seem to me not to be the victims of European communist and anti-American propaganda but they are, in fact, its active followers, campaigners and promoters. During the course of the last 15 years I haven't met one American citizen, including American diplomatic officials, who would want to fight for the highest American ideals - ideals of freedom and democracy in Europe. Americans are unaware of the fact that what is common in America is non-existent in Europe, with the exception of perhaps Switzerland.

Q: Will the socialists be able to impose their model on the world without the use of military force?

A: I am certain that in the aftermath of the systematic collapse of all higher American principles and values, such as trust in God, the dialectical materialist powers have never had a better chance for victory in the United States as they have today. The evolution of mankind from a persuasion of spirit and soul to an obsession with the body and face is a negative development. The system of materialistic values of today's America is more and more converging with the communist and socialist system of values. If the freedom of men will be gradually reduced in this development to a sole freedom of consumption, I don't see a reason why the materialist American elites of today and tomorrow would stand up against the materialist elites of their adversaries.


Ryan Mauro, who interviewd Cibulka is a very interesting person himself.


C.G.G said...

Good article. It is very insightful. Great find xyu.