This week has been intense. On Wednesday the 13th September a terrorist shouting Allah akhbar stabbed 7 people in France, including a police woman in the neck. Two days later on the 15th September, Europe experiences something unprecedented. 4 terrorist attacks in the same day. Yes, you read that right.
The day started off with a person who stabbed a soldier in France in what is classified as a terrorist attack. Then just shortly afterwards an IED bomb that failed to detonate properly went off on the London tube, injuring 30 people. A few hours later, a person attacked 2 women in France with a hammer while shouting Allah Akhbar. And to top it all off, a car was stopped in Sweden with a bomb in it. Luckily the police managed to stop the attack in Sweden before anyone got hurt.
Whew. What a day. Think back just a few years ago, would you ever have expected it to get this bad? One has to seriously ask one self, what on earth is going on here?
Two people have now been arrested for the attack in London. One is a 18 year old refugee from Iraq, who reportedly came to the UK as a child refugee when he was only 15 years old. He came via the Calais jungle camp and was taken into the UK as a lone child refugee. The second person arrested is 21 year old Yahyah Farroukh, a refugee from Syria.
The 18 year old "child refugee" was living with elderly foster parents who had taken him in because they felt they needed to do something for the poor migrants in the migrant crisis. Unfortunately he was able to freely go ahead with his bomb making plans while the elderly couple who had received an MBE for their work as being foster parents, knew nothing about what was going on. Basically, the terrorist came to the UK and commited an attack with the funding of the UK tax payer.
Hmm, this is a bit strange. they are both refugees. Is there some kind of connection here? Well, let's look at some of the other terror attacks that has happened in Europe. Several of the attackers in the Paris terror attack two years ago were also refugees, so was the Berlin attacker and also the Stockholm attacker. There is obviously a connection here when such an unproportionally high number of terrorists have been coming into Europe as refugees. After this any serious politician worth his salt has to ask himself "should we really be taking in any more refugees?"
But I think we all know the answer to this question. Obviously mass migration and the arrival of refugees will not stop. At this point, one has to ask one self, are our leaders completely incompetent or are they deliberately trying to destroy the west? Because there are only those two options. It is becoming increasingly clear that multiculturalism and "diversity" is not working with everything from the increasing crime rates to terrorist attacks as proof of this. And not only that, with mass migration in big enough numbers, ethnic Europeans are set to become a minority in their own countries in the not distant future. It will actually happen in many of our lifetimes.
It is not a good thing to be a minority in a country. Especially when the majority hates you. Just look at the white Afrikaaner's in South Africa how they are doing at the moment.
Our countries are ruled by an elite that does not care about you. All they care about is money, power and furthering their own agendas. It is becoming increasingly clear that one of their agendas is to destroy the west. I think it is important to point out that Islam is not the root problem here. The globalist elites are. Yes, obviously Islam has no place in Europe which is a Christian continent, but it is not the root problem, it is merely a pawn for the globalist elite just like feminism, the LGBT lobby, racial divisions and cultural Marxism are also pawns in this great global game of chess that the globalist elites are playing with us. So people who just bang on and on and on about Islam all the time are missing the point. The globalists are using all these different pieces against us, to try and destroy the west. Classic divide and conqur tactic. The globalist elite are the problem, not Islam itself.