The U.K. Daily Mirror got it right and the increasingly politically correct Fox News got the shooting in Munich wrong: the shooter was a Muslim by the name of Ali David Sonboly, a Muslim of German and Iranian descent who was said by police to be obsessed with mass shootings. But even the German police are attempting to attribute the shooting to mental illness rather than what it is, unless Islamic Extremism is a mental illness.
Fox News was told by one witness that the shooter was German, and a far right-wing extremist. All the other witnesses said there were three men involved in the shooting. But it turns out that two of the men were on a balcony, one of whom was videotaping the shooter and the other arguing with him, someone identified ostensibly as a right-wing extremist by Fox News but who, while certainly foul-mouthed, did no shooting, even of the gunman, other than with a video camera.
This is what the gunman was filmed saying on roof of a shopping center, according to the The Mirror:
Balcony man: ‘You f***ing a*****e you…’
Gunman: ‘Because of you I was bullied for 7 years…’
Balcony man: ‘You w****r you. you’re a w****r’
Gunman: ‘…and now I have to buy a gun to shoot you’
Balcony man: ‘A gun! F**k off! Your head should be cut off you a*****e’
An unidentified voice is heard to say: ‘F*****g Turks!’ before the balcony man says ‘f*****g foreigner’
The man filming is then heard to say: “He’s got a gun! He has loaded his gun. Get the cops here. He’s walking around here, the w****r.”
The gunman then says “I am German”, to which the man filming replies with “You’re a w****r is what you are. What the f**k are you doing?”
The gunman is then heard to say “I was born here. “I grew up here in the Hartz 4 (unemployment benefits in Germany) area.”
He pleads with the onlooker “please shut your mouth.”
After what appeared to be a two-hour information blackout, police revealed that the gunman’s body had been found 1km away from the shopping centre.
How he managed to escape the scene given that 100 police were in and around the shopping centre has not been revealed.
A robot was reportedly used by police to check his body for explosives before his ID could be ascertained.
It is believed he shot himself, but this has yet to be confirmed.
Why did he do it?
Information, again, is yet to fully emerge about the reasons behind the teenager’s gun attack, but pro-ISIS Twitter accounts have been widely celebrating the attack with some suggestions that the group has taken credit for it.
Germany has been on high alert since Afghan refugee Muhammad Riyad went on an axe rampage on a train in Bavaria before being shot dead by police.
Racial tensions in the country have increased since the arrival of an estimated 1.2m refugees over the past 12 months with far-right parties gaining in support.
The Media has long touted its role as the defender and champion of the people and of free speech. But even Fox News, in this instance, failed in its duty to tell the American people the truth in order to placate the politically-correct. They should have waited until the suspect was identified before judging whether he was a right-wing extremist or an Islamic terrorist. Thanks to The Mirror, we now know he was the latter.
The Media is portraying these “immigrants” as refugees, but apparently Germans have another word for it: “invaders.”
Whether you’re the Wall Street Journal, Fox News, or a local newspaper, you owe the people the truth, not a political agenda. If you can’t get your story in any better manner than by courting the political elite, currying their favor by copying their talking points in order to get “favorable” access for a story, and slanting your stories in their favor (just about always towards the Democrat line), then you shouldn’t be working in journalism.
You should be working for the Democrat Party’s public relations propaganda machine and identify yourselves as such, because you sure aren’t representing the people of the United States of America, your state, or your community.
News Corp, which owns Fox News, has acquired Move, Inc., which was co-founded by Roger B. McNamee, who has contributed to the Clinton Foundation. The other co-founder, Fred D. Anderson, is the Executive Vice President and CFO of Apple and Vice President and CFO of Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP). Move, Inc., has direct ties to the ONE Campaign through board member L. John Doerr.
The ONE Campaign is an international, nonpartisan, nonprofit, advocacy, and campaigning organization that fights extreme poverty and preventable disease, particularly in Africa, by raising public awareness and pressuring political leaders to support ONE’s policies and programs
ONE was originally founded by a coalition of 11 non-profit humanitarian and advocacy organizations, including DATA, World Vision, Oxfam America, and Bread for the World, with funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. In 2007, ONE announced that it would be merging with DATA.
Their website claims that the name ONE was inspired by the belief that one voice, coming together with many others — the political left and right, business leaders, activists, faith leaders and students — can change the world for the better. It is a membership organization of over 7 million people worldwide.
ONE is an attempt to mobilize supporters around its issues and organize them into a lobbying force, with the goal of encouraging national leaders to fund more international development and relief programs. As a campaign to fight extreme poverty and global diseases, it supports the Sustainable Development Goals. [We’ll leave that link open for you readers to investigate; it’s what’s responsible for our Federal Hill crisis in Bloomingdale, which the town of Bloomingdale signed onto with any referendum or input from the public, who at the time were unaware of this group’s goals to destroy suburban New Jersey].
Although its central talking points center on ending extreme poverty and fighting the AIDS pandemic, ONE supports a broad variety of international development and relief issues, including debt relief, clean water, increasing the quantity and efficiency of aid, lessening corruption in the governments of the aid-recipient countries, providing basic education for all, making trade fairer, reforming the farm bill to make it fairer for farmers in developing countries, slowing deadly diseases such as HIV/AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis, and increasing the international affairs budgets in the U.S., U.K, and European countries.
ONE was founded by 11 organizations: Bread for the World, CARE, DATA, International Medical Corps, International Rescue Committee, Mercy Corps, Oxfam America, Plan USA, Save the Children U.S., World Concern, World Vision.
The official launch rally was held on May 16, 2004, at Liberty Mall in Philadelphia. About 2,000 people attended, including Bono, Dikembe Mutombo, Michael W. Smith, Richard Stearns (president of World Vision), and David Beckmann (president of Bread for the World).
In December 2004, ONE announced a $3 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Corresponding with this announcement, Mark McKinnon, an adviser to President George W. Bush, and Mike McCurry, an adviser to the Kerry Campaign, appeared on CNN’s Inside Politics with Judy Woodruff in support of ONE.
In 2008 ONE merged with DATA. The merged entity was run by CEO David J. Lane  until his departure in early 2011 to join the Obama administration. ONE’s current leadership team includes former editor of Time magazine, CEO Michael Elliott, co-founder and executive director Jamie Drummond, and U.S. executive director Tom Hart.
During the 2008 U.S. presidential election, the organization launched a campaign, called ONE Vote ’08, which was co-chaired by former U.S. Senate majority leaders Tom Daschle (D-SD) and Bill Frsit (R-TN). Since 2009, ONE has run a series of ONE Vote campaigns around national elections, including ONE VOTE 2010 in the United Kingdom and ONE Vote 2012 in both France and the United States.
ONE uses a number of highly visible methods to reach out to the general public, promote its message, and encourage advocacy actions. ONE does not ask for public donations, stating: “We’re not asking for your money. We’re asking for your voice.”
ONE is a largely Internet -based campaign and therefore has multiple online communities. As well as using YouTube, ONE has a significant presence on Twitter, Google Plus, Instagram, and Flickr, and uses Facebook for its campus organizing.
ONE also has field organizers around the United States to support grassroots mobilization and advocacy. The field staff works with more than 200 local ONE groups that sponsor educational events, organize community awareness events, and lobby their members of Congress
Move, Inc.’s board of directors are largely comprised of media owners: Steven H. Berkowitz (Microsoft, Ask Jeeves); Lorna Borenstein (Yahoo, eBay), Catherine B. Whatley (clothing manufacturer Buck & Buck, which makes clothing for nursing home residents); Geraldine B. Laybourne (Symantec, Electronic Arts, Nickoledeon, and Alloy Inc., apparently a computer data service, not to mention being an ambassador to the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media); Bruce G. Wilson (director of IndyMac Bank, which was seized by the FDIC after its failure – IndyMac gave thousands to the National Housing Endowment, allowing with FreddieMac, FannieMae, and Countrywide Financial, all defunct, and – and HealthNet, which has a number of lobby firms helping it out); Joseph F. Hanauer (an investor with Combined Investments LP); W. Michael Long (CEO of Healtheon, a dot-com Silicon Valley start-up whose business plan was to streamline communication and paperwork in the United States health care system. They developed software that placed their company between physicians, patients, and health care institutions, eliminating unnecessary paperwork and facilitating networking and communication amongst the three) who has distant connections to the Rahm Emmanuel mayoral campaign; L. John Doerr (among other things, director of the Barack Obama Foundation, founding CEO of Silicon Compilers, and director of the above-mentioned ONE campaign); V. Paul Unruh (Senior Vice Chairman, Bechtel Group, member of the board directors of Symantec) and finally, Kenneth K. Klein (President of Kleinco Construction Services, and member of the board of directors of Habitat for Humanity International).
OneAmerica has expanded its reach exponentially since its founding in 2009. It has diversified into real estate, financial planning, and health care. OneAmerica even has a YouTube news network. OneNewJersey eventually morphed into Sustainable New Jersey.
The Sustainable Jersey certification program was launched in February 2009. Sustainable Jersey began as a collaborative effort between the New Jersey State League of Municipalities’ Mayors’ Committee for a Green Future and the Municipal Land Use Center at The College of New Jersey, in partnership with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, and the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities. In 2012, Sustainable Jersey evolved from a partnership into a non-profit organization with a Board of Directors.
Notice that no voter referendums or any public input were ever involved. Just bureaucrats.
We’ve come a long way from that balcony in Munich to the edge of the cliff in Bloomingdale. But it just goes to show that we are ONE world, after all, connected by a major media network with ties to a presidential administration determined to make us ONE world after all, where we cannot trust the bureaucrats and politicians on either side or any of the networks that report the news to us.