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originally posted by: Newt22
If I recall right there should be at least 18 cameras that filmed that. Maybe more like 100... It's the Kudamm for crying out loud. I was shocked when I heard Pakistani... Berlin is home to a very large Turkish population. I wonder which way the perp ran because if it was to Kreizberg then they were Turkish.
Even the drunk driver theory is still alive
originally posted by: TheBulk
originally posted by: MrConspiracy
originally posted by: lordcomac
a reply to: DAVID64
Time for them to take a page from America's book and arm the citizens, maybe?
How would a citizen with gun have stopped this from happening?
How does a citizen without a gun stop anything?
I'm not necessarily fully anti-gun .... I'm just saying in this case the argument that a gun would have helped doesn't work. A gun would not have stopped this event the way it went down
However, a look at Saudi Arabia’s UNHCR page has a few curious footnotes that Western publications are conveniently omitting.
The UNHCR counts refugees by noting only those “persons recognized as refugees under the 1951 UN Convention/1967 Protocol, the 1969 OAU Convention, in accordance with the UNHCR Statute, persons granted a complementary form of protection and those granted temporary protection.“ Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, and the UAE are not parties to any of the UN protocols on refugees, and so through this technicality, they, along with most of their refugees, are excluded from many refugee counting mechanisms.