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Germany made just a little bit stronger by diversity today
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-germany-crime/man-pushes-boy-in-front-of-train-in-germany-killing-him-idUSKCN1UO1E4

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A 40-year-old Eritrean man pushed an eight-year-old boy in front of an oncoming train at Frankfurt’s main train station in Germany on Monday, killing him, police said. The man also pushed the boy’s mother but she survived. Police were unaware of any connection between the man and the victims and his motive was unclear, a police spokeswoman said.

“According to witness reports, a 40-year-old man pushed the boy and his mother onto the track just as the ICE (high-speed train) was arriving. The mother, thank God, was able to save herself,” the spokeswoman, Isabell Neumann, told reporters.

“Unfortunately, the eight-year-old boy was run over by the ICE. He suffered fatal injuries,” she added. “The man concerned ... fled the station after the crime. Passers-by took up the chase and the man was detained near the station.”


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LSUTIGER in TEXAS
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re: Germany made just a little bit stronger by diversity today
Throw his arse and kid in front of one ASAP


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Ripley
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re: Germany made just a little bit stronger by diversity today

What’s this have to do with politics?


bmy
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re: Germany made just a little bit stronger by diversity today
Pepe is a racist and proud of it


FooManChoo
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re: Germany made just a little bit stronger by diversity today
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What’s this have to do with politics?
The politics of multiculturalism.


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Eli Goldfinger
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re: Germany made just a little bit stronger by diversity today
So the Eritrean man killed a German child (presumably white), but Pepe is racist for pointing it out?


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TerryDawg03
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re: Germany made just a little bit stronger by diversity today
Let’s let a little more come out about this before we automatically assume it’s because he’s Eritrean.


Lakebound
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re: Germany made just a little bit stronger by diversity today
Blame it on ICE.


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Lsupimp
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re: Germany made just a little bit stronger by diversity today
Cultural enrichment one working class German family at a time.
Ruling elites don't take trains.


FooManChoo
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re: Germany made just a little bit stronger by diversity today
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Let’s let a little more come out about this before we automatically assume it’s because he’s Eritrean.
I had to look it up because I'm not familiar with Eretria. It's between 36% and nearly 48% Muslim according to Wikipedia (TIFWIW). That's probably the driving factor, but you're right, we don't know the specifics.

All we know is that an individual performed a truly evil act.


NIH
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re: Germany made just a little bit stronger by diversity today
You’re disgusting

To you and your kind imaginary racism is worse than murder


TRUERockyTop
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re: Germany made just a little bit stronger by diversity today
You're a cowardly little frick.


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Dead End
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re: Germany made just a little bit stronger by diversity today
That poor child.

It doesn't matter how many immigrants she imports, you can civilize a wild animal.


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Centinel
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re: Germany made just a little bit stronger by diversity today
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What’s this have to do with politics?



Because some cultures are predisposed to not placing the same value on life as others?


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LetsgoGamecocks
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re: Germany made just a little bit stronger by diversity today
Not going to lie I had to look up Eritrean, shithole country. MAGA


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LuckyTiger
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re: Germany made just a little bit stronger by diversity today
Not gonna lie.

Every person from Eritrea I’ve encountered has been an a-hole.

Every person from Ethiopia I’ve encountered has been very nice.


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SoulGlo
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re: Germany made just a little bit stronger by diversity today
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I had to look it up because I'm not familiar with Eretria. It's between 36% and nearly 48% Muslim according to Wikipedia (TIFWIW). That's probably the driving factor, but you're right, we don't know the specifics.

All we know is that an individual performed a truly evil act.



Somebody did something.


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ShortyRob
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Pepe is a racist and proud of it

The level of derangement required to post this response is amazing


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TrueTiger
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re: Germany made just a little bit stronger by diversity today
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Cultural enrichment one working class German family at a time.


I'm sure the mom felt the enrichment.


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zatetic
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Mom and child both African


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