Jens Rohde (RV) has chosen to delete everything that has with the terrorist attack in Strasbourg to do on his Facebook page. The debate has been fierce on the politikerens Facebook wall the last few days, after he has laid terror-related articles.
The radical politician was even present during the attacks, which took place on Tuesday evening, and the experience has put themselves heavily in him.
- I have deleted everything that even with the assassination to do. It does not lead to no good. It is the one big holy netkrig. All the shouting just at each other. It sticks and it sticks also to me.
- It is also for the sake of my own mental state. I have along with my family need to deal with it here. After we returned, responses are to come. They are not there, when you stand in it. There is one just part of a jumble. You feel nothing. To act the just, says Jens Rohde to the Extra Blade.
He has been overwhelmed by the experience in Strasbourg has taken so hard on him, and it has the politician has now taken the consequence of.
- Experience has simply been much harder for me than I had thought in the first place. And with my children. Therefore I had the need to clean out. I have enough to do to process the images. I simply had to seek krisepsykolog. I just realize, he says.
It is especially the comments on Facebook, where users write that it is a pity that it was not Jens Rohde and his family the attack went besides, as the politician did not bother to look at anymore.
- I must already deal with it here, and so bother I at the same time not read, that it should have been me and my family that had had been been shot. It dampens not my anger. Therefore, I can happily sort it from. I was there. I know what happened, and it's all plenty for me.
- If someone were to be angry and hateful, so is it the us who stood in the middle of it. But I can then understand many of my followers, that it was me who was supposed to be hit. It is equally radicalised to write something like it, the man has made himself, says Jens Rohde.
It is particularly one of Jens rohde's posts by Thursday, there have been users in the red box.
'So was attentatmanden from Strasbourg, thankfully, put out of the game. Unfortunately, with death to follow. He should have been publicly accountable for its actions, and there have been many through the years. That he even was on the loose, is a scandal. And it has nothing with islam to do', stood there in the now deleted posting.
Among other things, trade and industry minister Rasmus Jarlov commented with amazement at the spread and asked Jens Rohde, what it was for nonsense to write. Subsequently, he got the anger to feel from the radical politician. It concedes Rohde himself.
- the Response has just been very strong with me. So it also begins to poke for myself, when I start to discuss with people on Facebook, and I am even a part of a holy war, where I will be mega-angry.
- You could even see that I burned over for Rasmus Jarlov. On the way I'm not better than the other. Therefore, it should just have an end, says Jens Rohde.