The usual cover-up: MVEP claims ‘Croatia’s Mass in Munich was interrupted by a mentally ill patient’.
The usual cover used by Berlin and their allies within the Plenkovic regime of Croatia. The Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) is one example of an EPP Party member that must be targeted for defeat. They are another obstacle to positive change as they seek to expand the power and scope of Brussels. The HDZ also supports the multicult migration agenda of the globalists at the UN, the ‘gender-identity’ nonsense of Istanbul Convention and has signed a deal to take-in more migrants straight from Turkey.
– A person of African origin, who entered the Mass of the Croatian Catholic Parish at St. Paul’s Church in Munich calling out “Allahu Akbar” and throwing stones, was “mentally ill and the incident was not related to terrorism,” said the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs on Sunday.
(Marija Pejčinović Burić is the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of Croatia and has been serving as chairwoman of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe. She is not well-respected by Croats and is a useful tool of the globalists to push the EU-UN “narrative”.)
The man screamed and threw stones at people in the church, although the police point out that there was no shrapnel, as earlier stated in the media. There was panic and the people began to run away from the church. It was reported that about 25 people suffered light injuries.
Croatian media in the country and abroad wrote that it was a middle-aged man of African origin who shouted “Allahu Akbar,” for which many believers were afraid that it was a terrorist attack.
Magazine Fenix, the French information portal from Frankfurt, reports that several people managed to put the man down on the ground and stopped him on the way to the altar, after which police arrived in large numbers.
MVEP reports that the Munich police also claimed that “the event has no connection with terrorism because the incident was caused by a mentally ill person who, after being taken to the police, was placed in a hospital”.
In spite of this, the police reinforced security measures around all the churches where holy masses are held in Croatian, especially around the church of St. Michael, where Mass was held from 12:30.
MVEP condemned this act and stressed that it was in contact with the consulate, the police, the church and the Croats there.