The image above was taken from his Open Letter to Pharmaceutical Companies, Doctors and Medical Agencies written by the “Cologne School Massacre” perpetrator Walter Seifert.
These chilling words were written by a man who’d become unhinged by the various injustices he perceived to have been perpetrated against him by the medical community and, to a lesser extent, the government. He had been diagnosed with schizophrenia, he thought he’d been cheated out of his war pension due to doctors evaluating that the TB in his lungs was largely inactive, and his wife had died in childbirth. He wasn’t a fan of doctors, to say the least.
Why this would lead him to perpetrate a school massacre is beyond any rational person’s comprehension. Seifert fashioned a lance from a broom handle and a triangular scraper and a flame thrower from an insecticide sprayer covered with netting and filled with motor oil and paint thinner. He killed 8 students aged between 8 and 12 and two teachers. The maniac later downed an insecticide and died before being brought to justice.