After The Paris Attacks, Who’s Next?

ISIS MapLike everyone else I was shocked and appalled to hear about the savage attacks in Paris this week, but to be honest I was not surprised. It has been known for many weeks that ISIS terrorists have been entering the European mainland disguised as refugees, and it was only a matter of time before an attack took place.

The big question is where will they strike next, for there are sure to be many more attacks. Will it be France again, London, Amsterdam, Brussels? Who knows. The only thing I am sure of is that it will happen again and again until ISIS is defeated. Now they have established themselves on mainland Europe, and with our open-border policy, they can go wherever they please and cross borders without hinderance.

I find it extremely naive of our politicians not to imagine that something like this would happen and take steps to prevent it. Considering the swarms of ‘refugees’ flooding into Europe this year, and the total chaos that surrounded their entry, it is no wonder that several thousand ISIS fighters have entered Europe disguised as refugees.

Muslim 'Refugees'

Muslim ‘Refugees’

You only have to look at photographs and news film of these people to realize that for every family there are perhaps ten young single males among them.  Did these young men leave their parents, wives and children to continue suffering under the terror regimes just to ensure they themselves are safe from harm? Or have they come as members of ISIS?

Proper checks on the country of origin of these people has become impossible due to the numbers flooding in. They all say they are from Syria because they think that will get them accepted here, but according to official figures only about a third are actually from Syria. The rest are all economic refugees from many countries who are taking advantage of Angela Merkel’s thoughtless open invitation.

This year alone the numbers will top one million, but between now and the beginning of 2017 we can expect a further two million according to experts. Unless we close our borders they will keep on coming until we have more than half the population of Syria and Iraq living here.

What is important to remember is that many of these ‘refugees’ will be members of ISIS bent on bringing death and destruction to Europe. With our current inability to properly screen these people we are showing ISIS an open door with a big welcome mat.

So Easily Persuaded

So Easily Persuaded

Many of them are no doubt busy converting those who have lived in Europe for years into suicide bombers, and training young men in terrorist tactics. We already know that two of the attackers in Paris were between the ages of fifteen and eighteen and EU residents, so it has already begun.

There can be little doubt that opening the door to all and sundry who wish to come here is the biggest mistake in European history since the Second World War, and we will pay dearly for it. It is one thing to fight terrorism in another country, but much more dangerous when you must do it in your own backyard.

There are in excess of forty-four million Muslims living in Europe, which represents about 6% of the total European population, and although most would never be persuaded by ISIS to attack us, there are many who would, especially among the Muslim youth.

Muslim Population Figures

Muslim Population Figures

Just to give you some idea of the heavily Muslim populated cities across Europe: In Malmo Sweden, 20%, Brussels Belgium 25.5%, Rotterdam Holland 25%, Marseille France 35%, Cologne Germany 12%, Bradford UK 32.4%, Birmingham UK 26.9%. These are actual figures for the percentage of Muslims living in our towns and cities across Europe. Whichever way you look at it, these are very fertile recruitment grounds for ISIS.

ISIS Killer - Is This What We Want To See In Europe?

ISIS Child Killer – Is This What We Want To See In Europe?

If drastic action is not taken by the European governments to stop this within a short time, and to halt the flow of ‘refugees’, we will all be in big trouble at some time in the very near future. If ISIS manage to persuade even five percent to take up arms against the European population in order to make the continent completely Muslim, it will be a blood bath.

United Nations Farce

United Nations Farce

I am just wondering how long the world will have to wait before the United Nations gets its act together and forms an International Military Force to attack and wipe out all traces of Muslim insurrection across the planet and put an end to this tragedy.


2 Responses to “After The Paris Attacks, Who’s Next?”

  1. Hi Roy
    I would just like to say “well done” to France. What would UK politicians have done in the same circumstances? No doubt have indulged in feeding us a load of ‘polibabble’ and taken no action, unless of course Obama said it was OK ! I hope to God we don’t suffer similar atrocities but it’s inevitable I fear, I just hope that if it should then Cameron gets his b*lls out and shows ISIS that the the UK, along with France, will respond with extreme and overpowering force. Hopefully for an extended period.
    Good on ya France.


    • Hi Rich, nice to hear from you.
      I agree with your sentiments fully. I fail to understand why European governments don’t take a harder line because it is getting worse by the day. I am convinced that we will see many more attacks in the coming weeks and months and we must be ready. I too hope that Cameron gets tough with these people no matter what. I believe the first thing he must do is deport all the radical preachers in the Muslim mosques, for they are spreading hatred and poison among their people, and convincing young Muslims to go out and fight.
      For sure we now have thousands of these ISIS terrorists in Europe who have come in as ‘refugees’ and the situation will become dire within the next few months.
      Best Regards,


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