Source: KATEHON

After 8 days after the tragedy in Nice, a new act of terrorism shook Europe. Unknown persons opened fire in several places in Munich. The main attack was targeted at a mall, with 9 people shot. This is the second terrorist attack in Germany in recent days. On July 19th, a refugee from Afghanistan attacked train passengers in Bavaria with an ax .

Who committed the attack?

It is not exactly known who the attackers were. The most likely are two versions:

1. Islamic extremists. This is not necessarily immigrants among the Wahhabis in Germany because, among radical Muslims there are many converts from native Germans. Note that a terrorist attack in Germany occurred almost a week after the attack in Nice. According to the police the suspected gunman is an 18-year-old local resident with dual German and Iranian citizenship. He apparently committed suicide

2. Neo-Nazis. This version is based on the fact that the attack took place on the anniversary of the terrorist attacks in Norway back in  2011, which was carried out by the now infamous Anders Breivik.

3. Foreign nationalists (the Kurds against the Turks).

Whatever the motives of the direct perpetrators of the crime actually are, its consequences will increase the tension, anxiety, and disorientation in German society. They will be easier to manipulate, using the threat of Islamic terrorism and neo-Nazism, including being manipulated from the outside. In general, the attack tends to weaken confidence in Europe and its peoples in their leaders.

At the same time – this is a demonstration of the weakness of the EU, the destructiveness of its migration policy and the dangers of liberal ideology as a whole. The immigrants from Islamic countries cannot integrate into the host society.