Because of what Europe has become, it now has few viable choices in dealing with radical Islamic terrorism. Its dilemma is a warning to Americans that we should turn away from a similar path of national suicide.After suffering serial terrorist attacks from foreign nationals and immigrants, a normal nation-state would be expected to make extraordinary efforts to close its borders and redefine its foreign policy in order to protect its national interests.
But a France or a Belgium is not quite a sovereign nation any more, and thus does not have complete control over its national destiny or foreign relations.As part of the European Union, France and Belgium have, for all practical purposes, placed their own security in the hands of an obdurate Angela Merkel’s Germany, which is hellbent on allowing without audit millions of disenchanted young Middle Eastern males into its territory, with subsequent rights of passage into any other member of the European Union that they wish.
The 21st-century “German problem” is apparently not that of an economic powerhouse and military brute warring on its neighbors, but that of an economic powerhouse that uses its wealth and arrogant sense of social superiority to bully its neighbors into accepting its bankrupt immigration policies and green ideology.The immigration policies of France and Belgium are unfortunately also de facto those of Greece. And a petulant and poor Greece, licking its wounds over its European Union brawl with northern-European banks, either cannot or will not control entrance into its territory — Europe’s window on the Middle East.
No European country can take the security measures necessary for its own national needs, without either violating or ignoring EU mandates. That the latest terrorist murders struck near the very heart of the EU in Brussels is emblematic of the Union’s dilemma.
EXCLUSIVE – Murder, rape and knife attacks: Inside Denmark’s ‘three-star prison for radicalised asylum seekers’ where an ISIS fanatic stabbed a POLICEMAN Five hundred migrants from 49 difference countries live in Sandholm centre in North Zealand, north of Copenhagen In past year, a veteran police officer was stabbed by a Palestinian ISIS fanatic and a 24-year-old woman was raped Fights break out, an ‘inmate’ went on the rampage with a fire extinguisher, and swastikas painted on walls outside ‘I do not feel
The 615-page survey found that more than 100,000 British Muslims sympathize with suicide bombers and people who commit other terrorist acts. Moreover, only one in three British Muslims (34%) would contact the police if they believed that somebody close to them had become involved with jihadists
The UK is rapidly becoming a war zone. And the jihad there is still just in its beginning stages. Note that this Express article, true to mainstream media practice, does not identify the ideology of the perpetrators. How the UK, and the West in general, expects to win a war while not daring to name the enemy is anyone’s guess.