Citizen Uprising Quelled By ‘Inside Job’ Munich Attack

Munich attack in Germany was an inside job to thwart popular citizen uprising

At least ten people have been killed in a major shooting in Munich, Germany, in what appears to be an attempt by government forces to quell the popular citizen uprising.

The shooting took place in a fast food restaurant at the Munich Olympia Shopping Center at around 6 p.m. local timer on Friday.

The shooting comes just two days after citizens in Germany began protesting the government and taking to the streets en masse.

Subsequently, German authorities have declared a state of emergency as they try to restore order and investigate the shooting.

“There are still people in the shopping center. We are trying to get the people out and take care of them,” a police spokeswoman said.
Sputnik News Reports:

Train stations were evacuated across Munich and authorities have halted all bus, train, and tram lines due to concern that additional acts of terror may be plotted.

Police confirm that at least 10 people are dead and 20 injured from the shooting attack reports RIA news. Public transportation has been reopened.

While initial reports indicated that there three shooters, police now say there is a high probability that there was only one attacker who killed himself near the scene.

Officials scoured the city of Munich on Friday, looking for potential terror suspects who may have been involved in the attack.

The attack comes in the same week as the Daesh-inspired strike on a train in Wuerzberg, Germany that left several injured. That attack was carried out by a 17-year-old Afghan refugee who yelled “Allahu Akbar” while swinging the axe at unsuspecting passengers.

Germany has accepted over 2 million refugees since the Syrian crisis began, a position that has led to a resurgence of far-right nationalist groups that have called for bans and violence against Muslims. German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s approval ratings have also plummeted to historic lows amid the societal culture shock resulting from this policy.

Munich Police say that there are no indications that the shooter has any ties to an Islamic terror organization and initial video posted on social media shows a man on the roof shooting and saying that “I am a German.” Today is the five-year anniversary of the fatal terror attack carried out by an ultra-right White Supremacist in Norway.

Police initially confirmed that at least five are dead as a result of the attack.

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