The Halle synagogue shooter is the German version of Glenn Miller.
“(JTA) — Jana Lange was a dedicated fan of German pop music. Kevin S. was a construction worker and decorator who loved soccer.
They have been identified as the two victims killed in the shooting by the gunman who tried to enter the Halle synagogue in Germany on Yom Kippur. Lange was 40; Kevin was 20.
An unidentified 40-year-old woman and a 41-year-old man were injured in Wednesday’s attack, according to Der Spiegel. …”
Stephen Balliet’s victims were a 40-year-old German music lover and a 20-year-old German construction worker. Neither of his victims were Jewish.
“The suspect in the attack on a German synagogue in Halle, Germany, on Yom Kippur armed himself with close to nine pounds of explosives, Molotov cocktails, and several weapons in his quest to massacre Jews, but both of his victims appear to have been non-Jews. According to Stern, they were Jana Lange, 40, a music lover, and fan Kevin S, 20, a decorator. …”
If you have a short memory, you might have a hard time believing that a mass shooting at a synagogue by an accelerationist could be bungled so spectacularly.
In 2014, Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. aka “Rounder” opened fire at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City in Overland Park, KS. He killed three people none of whom were Jewish including a 14-year-old Methodist Eagle Scout, Reat Griffin Underwood, and his 69-year-old grandfather, Dr. William Lewis Corporon, who were there for a singing competition.
As a strategy, violent acclerationism was dumb then and it is still dumb today now that such a predictable debacle has repeated itself. This is so dumb that I brought up that incident in my response to Joachim Hoch who accused me of moral fagging back in May. This is the second synagogue shooting inspired by Brenton Tarrant that has backfired on the shooter who didn’t know what he was doing. This is why cooler heads have consistently told these people not to go out and try to be a hero doing dumb things that are immoral and harm others.