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  • ross1948 11:00 on October 23, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Farhad Ramazan Ahmad, , , Iraqi ‘wanted by police’, Stabbing death   

    Hunt For Farhad A Goes On – Despite German Media! 

    I had been thinking about this for a while, but have been prodded into action by the news from Germany, where that foul beast suspected of involvement in the disappearance of little Madeleine McCann has been in the news.

    Were it a mere matter of wanting to question a possibly useful witness, okay, but that convicted monster?

    Why not give its full name?

    In a sensible world, it would have long since been put down!


    Not that long ago, a Syrian was sentenced to a mere nine and a half months for the ‘manslaughter’ which led to riots by angry Germans in Chemnitz.

    Like so many others in cities all over Germany – and in countries all over the Western world – they were outraged by the arrogance and ingratitude of so many ‘asylum-seekers’ who never say a word of thanks…

    …and worse, commit heinous crimes against the citizens of the lands that have allowed them in.



    But many months ago, we featured the Iraqi whom the Guardian subsequently described as an ‘accomplice,’ still wanted by German police.

    The main suspect, a 22-year-old Iraqi man referred to in German media only as Farhad A, remains at large and is believed to have fled the country. 

    His name is given only as ‘Farhaz A’ by the controlled German media, but, as we said back then, his complete identity is definitely known – and should be known to everyone who might spot him, anywhere…

    Murder suspect Farhad Ramazan Ahmad (Polizei Sachsen)


    So again, here’s that photograph of the Iraqi, Farhad Ramazan Ahmad,  aged 22, ‘possibly armed and dangerous!’

    And as we said last time…

    If you should happen to see him,do not approach!

    CALL the COPS!

    • Jerry Jerman 12:48 on October 23, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      It is very astonishing.
      German police are good at the job they do and I think if he is still in Germany they will catch him by now. It is possible however that he is hiding within the dens they have in big cities like Berlin.
      It is also possible he is in some close country like Belgium. We know that in Brussels there is an enemy population which was hiding the Paris terrorists for much time.
      My guess is he is back in Asia.


  • ross1948 12:51 on March 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Chemnitz Smear, Farhad Ranazan Ahmad, Iraqi ‘wanted by police’,   

    If You See This Man, Call The Cops! 

    I saw on the news today that the trial of one of the aliens accused in last year’s Chemnitz stabbing case…

    Mama Stasi’s Smear Refuted, By Her Own Security

    ….which caused high-level ructions and exposed Merkel as a smear-merchant, goes on trial today.

    But only one man, a Syrian ‘refugee,’ is in court. An Iraqi is being sought by German Police, via Interpol, to ‘help with enquiries!’

    Although my readership numbers only in the hundreds, my stats page shows the readers are spread all over the world.

    Given that many European countries, notably Germany…


    …have weak border controls and pusillanimous governments which do nothing to corral illegal alien immigrants, this man could be walking down the same street you are.



    Murder suspect Farhad Ramazan Ahmad (Polizei Sachsen)

    So as a public service, here’s a photograph of the Iraqi, Farhad Ramazan Ahmad,  aged 22, ‘possibly armed and dangerous!’

    If you should happen to see him,do not approach!

    CALL the COPS!

    • Vanessa R 16:56 on March 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      It would be easy for British people to dismiss your appeal/warning but how can we be sure that this man wasn’t one of the many illegals who have come across the Channel and not been sent back by May’s government?
      He could be anywhere in Europe, or back in Iraq, Who knows?
      I wish every blogger in Europe would do what you have done.


      • Jerry Jerman 17:36 on March 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        You have it right, Vanessa, that all the bloggers allover the world would give time and space to help Interpol like this.
        There are so many criminal ‘refugees’ here in Germany that it is thought by many that this Iraqi is still hiding here, but they can come into Germany so easily and also out.
        Merkel does not care!


      • Mack the Knife 17:39 on March 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        They should have a news special every night on all channels in each country with this photograph.
        Our allied countries overseas should do the same. It should not be left to civic-minded blogs like this one.


      • Noreen Paterson 17:46 on March 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        He could easily have come into Britain, because we know many of the so-called ‘refugees’ used false papers to reach Europe and that there is a virtual industry producing them.
        I blame Merkel for every crime committed by her ‘migrants,’ whether in Germany or not. She was the leader who gave them a welcome mat into Europe and we ‘indigenous’ Europeans have been made to act as door-mats ever since.
        Even our rights to decide who may enter our countries have been simply trampled on, because the European Court says illegals cannot be jailed.


    • Jeanne 17:31 on March 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Very true Vanessa and he could just so easily be in France, where Macron likes very much to let illegals run around.
      You also give a good idea, for every blogger to help with the hunt.


    • Pamela 21:02 on March 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      This is a good idea that you have come up with!
      If enough people share this and the wanted man is still in Europe, there is a good chance he will be spotted and caught.
      Better to do what you are doing than simply sit around hoping the police will catch up with him somehow.


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