Screenshot of ISIS recruitment video for Westerners

ISIS Releases Video Of This Famous Tourist Location Exploding [VIDEO]

Screenshot of ISIS recruitment video for Westerners

In the wake of the Brussels attacks, the Eiffel Tower exploding doesn’t seem that far-fetched.

Even though the narrator’s threats are hard to hear, the video’s message is obvious from scenes like the Eiffel Tower exploding. PJ Media reports,

A new video posted online by ISIS supporters shows the Eiffel Tower exploding and crashing to the ground in stylized, video game animation.

The video begins with a river of blood pooling and dripping off a wooden table filled with stacks of American money, guns, knives and bullets.

It’s ripped from a video game, as betrayed by the name of a video game designer with a U.S. company carved in the wood of the animated table.

The video is titled “A message to the Western Kafir [Disbelievers] from the Supporters of the Caliphate.” It’s narrated in English and subtitled in Arabic, and was posted on YouTube and other file-sharing sites.

Here’s the video. Please be warned that it contains graphic footage of a man dead or dying from a gruesome head wound. You may not want to view it.

In light of the unknown number of Islamic extremists who inhabit Belgium and France and other European countries, this video can’t be dismissed as a fantasy.

Europe is facing a near-certain crisis in the not-too-distant future. Indeed, the Brussels attacks mean it has already begun.

But will European countries do anything to protect their citizens? Or will they punish their citizens for speaking against Islamic terrorism? Are they going to try to restrict the flow of jihadists over their borders? Or are they going to implement a deal that will give ISIS fighters easier access to Europe?

At this point, I don’t expect the EU nations to do much to try to solve the very real problem they are facing due to Muslim immigration. They are still too entranced by politically-correct dogma.

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Joe Scudder

Joe Scudder is the "nom de plume" (or "nom de guerre") of a fifty-ish-year-old writer and stroke survivor. He lives in St Louis with his wife and still-at-home children. He has been a freelance writer and occasional political activist since the early nineties. He describes his politics as Tolkienesque.

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