Monday, June 19, 2017

Paris' Next Top Terrorist Attack

By Douglas V. Gibbs

And, once again, France has been hit with terrorism.  This is what happens when the Muslim population in a country approaches 10%, and the likelihood for your country to suffer from Islamic terrorism is at high risk because you can't seem to understand that the terrorists are threaded throughout the migrant populations you keep flooding your countries with.

According to the Associated Press, the terrorist in France has been on the radar of French authorities for a while.  Today, he rammed "a car carrying explosives into a police vehicle in the capital's Champs-Elysees shopping district, prompting a fiery blast. France's anti-terrorism prosecutor opened an investigation.  No police officers or passers-by were hurt, the Paris police department said. The media and dhimmi Europeans say that it is unclear why the attacker drove into police, though officials said the incident was apparently deliberate."

The motive is unclear?

One word.  Islam.

The killer was killed during the incident, and the terror threat remains high not only in France, but throughout Europe (except in Poland where they don't accept Muslim refugees).  The Polish Prime Minister recently told his European colleagues, "I have courage, I have courage to say and I have courage to ask all European political elites a question, where are you headed? Where are you headed, Europe? ... Rise from your knees, from your lethargy, or you will be crying over your children every day."
Since 2015, over 160,000 Muslim migrants have flooded Europe, leaving behind a trail of theft, sexual crimes, destruction of religious property, rioting and murder. Italy, Germany and France have borne the burden of accepting the highest numbers of migrants. Sweden has taken in more than its fair share of migrants and is experiencing a skyrocketing number of rapes. 
European Union officials determined that Poland was to accept 6,000 migrants, but Hungary and the predominantly Catholic country have refused. Now, the European Union is giving Hungary and Poland until June to accept their quotas or face sanctions. 
Unlike other European nations, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Austria and the Czech Republic have yet to have any terrorist attacks; and the citizens — for the most part — are pleased with how the migrant situation is handled by their countries. 
Interior Minister Mariusz Błaszczak commented on May 17, "We mustn't forget the terror attacks that have taken place in Western Europe; and how  — in the bigger European Union countries  — these are unfortunately now a fact of life." 
The interior minister added, "Remember, that the now very numerous Muslim communities (in Western European countries) started out as relatively small numbers."
In France's recent attack, police "pulled an individual out of the vehicle...large numbers of police converged on the scene, firefighters to extinguish the fire."  The terrorist also had a gun beside him in the vehicle.

-- Political Pistachio Conservative News and Commentary

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