Tags

, , , , , ,

I’ve been on this for some years now: Perrin’s First Law of Terrorism: Terror suspects are ALWAYS known to authorities in advance. Always. And, again! In Vienna, while the story keeps predictably shifting around after yesterday’s attack(s), it is no surprise that the prime suspect was just released from prison early. He had been locked up for suspected TERRORISM!

The Islamist marauded through the streets wearing a fake explosives belt and injured 22 as he fired at random before he was ‘neutralised’ – shot dead by police at 8.09pm.

Fejzulai killed an elderly man and woman, a young male passer-by and a waitress.

A 28-year-old police officer was shot but is said to be in a stable condition, while seven civilians who were injured are in a critical, life-threatening condition.

Fejzulai had been jailed in April 2019 for trying to join Islamic State but he was granted early release in December under juvenile law because he was under 19-years-old at the time of his offending.

Fejzulai was not deemed capable of carrying out an attack and Interior Minister Karl Nehammer admitted that the terrorist had fooled the country’s judiciary be enrolling on a de-radicalisation course.

He even broadcast his plans on social media. And, a “de-radicalisation course????” Fool us once, huh? How about this: a rope is impossible to fool, and it guarantees no follow-up attacks. Diversity rope is our greatest strength!

I hope to remember this one, after the “big day” for the prepper newscast, which is proving much more popular than one would think.

And, as for popular, my but we have some interest around here, lately. Thanks. Quality will improve tomorrow. I promise. I suppose some of you might be looking for my final pronouncements on the circus. I made those months ago, though I will try (and today I’m kind of tired) to come up with one more something or another.