Switzerland: Pommeled with rocks – nobody helped

An original translation by Nash Montana

From this Swiss Website:

 

For four young Swiss citizens, going out became a nightmare. They were attacked brutally at the train station, in front of witnesses – who didn’t even call the police.

“I was at the Shisha-bar Saturday night with a friend”, the 18 year old woman F.H. recounts. The words flow out of her mouth. “I was so shocked”, she says multiple times during her telling of what happened on Saturday at around 23:40 at the Wohlen AG train station.

“Two friends of ours were accompanying us to the train-station. There we wanted to take the 23:46 train to Lenzburg.” At the train station there were “three guys who were wolf-whistling after us. We just ignored them, walked on towards the platform”, F. tells. Arriving  at the platform, the four of them waited for the train.

“There were really a lot of people. I would have to say, around 40 people or so: on the platform, by the bus.” And then they saw the three young men again – but this time there were more. “They ran over the tracks, maybe 12, 15 of them, they surrounded us.”

”They beat his head with rocks”

What first was just an uncomfortable situation, drastically went bad. “The men – I think they were all Eritreans – wanted to shake my friend’s hand. One of them gave him his hand. My other friend didn’t want to and he said: “Go away.” That’s when the tense situation completely capsized. F, said: “They just pounced on him, they beat him and they kicked him from all sides.” The 17 year old Swiss tried to help his 19 year old friend – “that’s when they beat on him as well.”

Then F., her girlfriend, and the 17 year old, had to helplessly watch what happened next:

“They threw our friend on the tracks, they kept kicking him, they picked up rocks from the tracks, and they beat him with the rocks, his head, everywhere.”

”It just can’t be that no one would do anything at all”

What then happened, F. can’t fully remember. “We were in shock.” But she can remember certain details clearly: The train to Lenzburg arrived, the people on the platform – all of them witnesses of what just happened – entered the train. “I couldn’t get in, we weren’t complete, and then the doors of the train shut again, it left”, she says. “I remember how I more than once told one young couple that was just standing there, to call the police. But they just turned around and didn’t do anything!”

F. also remembers something else: “The thugs ran away in two groups, one got on the bus to Villmergen. From the bus everything could be seen. The people on the bus, and the driver, they would have seen everything as well.” F. called her mother, asked her for help. Her mother told the interviewers: “I told my daughter, I am already on the way, you have to immediately call the police and tell them everything.”

Police confirms principal arrests

At 0:12 in the morning the telephone rings at KAPO AG (Canton Police, Canton of Aargau). It is F. She is the first one, and the only one so far, who was calling in. The KAPO immediately responded to Villmergen. In front of Restaurant Ochsen they controlled several people, took pictures, and sent the photographs to F.’s cell phone for identification: “Three of them I immediately recognized.” The KAPO AG confirmed, that three Eritreans were arrested in Villmergen at 1:40 in the morning.

“I am totally shocked. Why did no one of all the people standing around do anything?” Her mother says: “it just shouldn’t and couldn’t be that a person wouldn’t even call 117 (It’s the Swiss 911, and by the way, in Switzerland you can even dial 911 and it will automatically direct you to 117) when something like this happens! Is everybody just looking the other way?”

The two young women were not physically injured during the attack. The 17 year old young man has received some minor head injuries, the 19 year old man, who suffered from contusions and muscle ruptures all over his body, remained in the hospital for treatment, but he was released later the day after from the Hospital in Muri, AG.

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8 Replies to “Switzerland: Pommeled with rocks – nobody helped”

    • Eritreans come from a country by the name of Eritrea.

      Eritrea, officially the State of Eritrea, is a country in East Africa. With its capital at Asmara, it is bordered by Sudan in the west, Ethiopia in the south, and Djibouti in the southeast.

      Eritrea is a member of the African Union, the United Nations, and IGAD, and is an observer in the Arab League alongside Brazil, Venezuela, India and Turkey.

      According to recent estimates, 50% of the population adheres to Christianity, Islam 48%, while 2% of the population follows other religions including traditional African religion and animism. According to a study made by Pew Research Center, 63% adheres to Christianity and 36% adheres to Islam. Since May 2002, the government of Eritrea has officially recognized the Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church (Oriental Orthodox), Sunni Islam, the Eritrean Catholic Church (a Metropolitanate sui juris) and the Evangelical Lutheran church. All other faiths and denominations are required to undergo a registration process. Among other things, the government’s registration system requires religious groups to submit personal information on their membership to be allowed to worship.

      The Eritrean government is against reformed or radical versions of its established religions. Therefore, radical forms of Islam and Christianity, Jehovah’s Witnesses, the Bahá’í Faith (though the Bahá’í Faith is neither Islamic nor Christian), the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and numerous other non-Protestant Evangelical denominations are not registered and cannot worship freely. Three named Jehovah’s Witnesses are known to have been imprisoned since 1994 along with 51 others.

      As of 2006, there was only one native adherent of Judaism, Sami Cohen, remaining in Eritrea.

      In its 2006 religious freedom report, the U.S. State Department named Eritrea a “Country of Particular Concern” (CPC) for the third year in a row.

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      In other words, it’s another mainly muslim s**thole. And Eritreans coming to Europe, mostly France, Italy, Germany and Switzerland, are usually dumber than rocks, their general IQ is probably below 60 to 70 internationally, they have zero willingness or ability to integrate and are not interested in becoming citizens of any country.

      But they have some great food. Berbere is a mostly Eritrean spice that rocks any dish.

      There. I did your homework for you. 🙂

  1. I’ve met plenty of nice Eritreans in Toronto.
    The place seems to be a mixed bag.

    I find this reaction of Swiss bystanders more disturbing than the beating (attempted murder?) itself, actually.

    I’ll point out that in Israel, bystanders run towards and work on stopping terrorist attacks, which is often a key factor in limiting the damage. In much of the world, it’s very much the reverse.

  2. Christ Almighty!
    What has happened to EU youths?
    If that had happened at my local train station I would have dived in,
    kicking and screaming bloody vengance!
    These Swiss kids need some Celtic genes!

  3. The left has spent decades teaching people to let the government handle all problems, combine that with the current attitude of “you are racist if you resist being mugged” and you get a situtation where our governments have taught people that they are in more danger from the government and the MSM if they help then if they refuse to get involved.

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