European Trains Will Now Have 3rd World Like Security

In response to the foiled gun attack on a French train last weekend, Theresa May, the Home Secretary, and ministers from eight other European countries agreed at a meeting in Paris to step up cooperation between national police and security forces.

Madrid Islamic train bombings in 2004 (also known in Spain as 11-M)
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Madrid Islamic train bombings in 2004 (also known in Spain as 11-M)

Due to massive immigration from the Islamic world, and ISIS boasting it is sending terrorist to Europe as asylum seekers Europe is quickly becoming unsafe. The streets of Europe are not as unsafe as Nigeria just yet, but based on the massive immigration number within the next 20 years Europe will resemble the third world, and will be about as unsafe.

When traveling in the 3rd world it common in India, Africa or Mexico to see armed guards on the train protecting the travelers.  After this month Islamic terrorist attack on a train from Belgium to France Europe now too if have armed guards on it trains.

Passengers boarding Eurostar trains to Britain from Paris and Brussels already face airport-style security checks. Extending that level of security to other international and intercity trains in Europe.  Also there would be more joint police patrols in trains by officers, the Europe is yesterday is already gone, this is a new reality European must face forever.

More information about Islamic terror suspects will also be shared between the countries,  following criticism that Spain, where the train attacker had lived for seven years and was known to authorities, failed to warn France in time that he had moved to the country.

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Ayoub el-Khazzani, a 25-year-old Moroccan Muslim, managed to board the train in Brussels armed with a Kalashnikov assault rifle, a Luger handgun, 270 rounds of ammunition and a bottle of petrol, without being challenged.

The Spanish authorities were accused of delaying before informing their French counterparts that Khazzani, who had been living in Spain, moved to France last year. He was able to travel between the two countries without showing his passport because the Schengen agreement has abolished border controls.

As more Muslims immigrate into Europe, a percentage of those will have links to terrorism, the question is are all Muslims terrorist? Obviously not all, but there’s a reason we don’t worry about radical Mormon radicals or Baptists.

The most comprehensive listing of terrorist attacks is the Global Terrorism Database (GTD), managed by the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) at the University of Maryland. According to the GTD, the ten countries with the most terrorist attacks in 2013 were, in descending order, Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, the Philippines, Thailand, Yemen, Nigeria, Somalia, and Egypt. In 2012, Turkey held the No. 10 spot instead of Egypt.

As percentages of Muslim increase in Europe so will a wave of crime and terrorism at an equal amount. But the fact remains that, as one can see at a glance from GTD’s WebGL Globe, which visualizes the global distribution of incidents of terrorism, attacks in the last few years tend to cluster in majority-Muslim countries .

How long before Europe and the USA find ourselves in the same shoes as the Israelis , Hotels, grocery stores and malls will have metal detectors, life will be vastly different.  It’s easy to condemn the Israelis when you don’t have hotels lobbies blowing up, or Hamas rockets over the roof of your home, but then you do will you keep the same stance?  Will we then realize the risk once its too late, when our freedoms are long gone?

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Will we too get numb to the daily news of a suicide bomber killing a group of people at  restaurant within our country, daily life is looking behind your shoulder. How many must die before the mainstream will admit Islam is not peace and it’s teaching are very violent in nature?

When Swedish, Immigration Service Director General Mikael Ribbenvik was asked if there might be terrorists and war criminals that have already been granted asylum in Europe he said: “Yes, that is unfortunately the case.”

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