Europe’s terror wave continues today as another explosive plot was uncovered and thwarted on the continent.
The European Union has been gambling wildly with the safety of its member nations’ populations. Their incessant and bizarre mandate to relocate as many Middle Eastern refugees as possible has led to a massive shift in the way that nations across the continent are enforcing their borders, with many countries so concerned about the massive fines outlined in the the EU’s guidelines that they had relaxed their own national security to accommodate these migrants.
This has led, of course, to a free-for-all for ISIS and other radical Islamic organizations invading Europe, with mercenaries and terrorists easily disguising themselves as asylum seekers from Syria and beyond. In the past year, Europe has been transformed into one of the most deadly places on the planet.
In yet another example of the continent’s terror siege, a concert in Rotterdam was canceled after a bus full of explosive fuel was intercepted just outside of the venue.
“Police officers wearing bulletproof vests descended on the Maassilo venue in Rotterdam while an anti-terror unit was also on-site, according to local media.
“The gig was cancelled following a tip-off from Spanish police and the mayor of Rotterdam has now confirmed a small van with Spanish number plates and ‘gas bottles’ was found near the venue.
“Dutch police officers stopped the driver of the van in Rotterdam and have taken him into custody.
“The news comes just days after a van was driven into pedestrians on Barcelona’s La Rambla, one of the city’s top tourist hotspots.
“The horrific attack left 14 people dead and more than 130 injured in one of the worst atrocities ever seen in Spain.”
This is merely the latest possible terror incident on the European continent in recent months, with concert venues becoming an increasingly frequent target.
Earlier this year, terrorists targeted a concert in Manchester, England in which U.S. pop star Ariana Grande was performing. As spectators left the area, terrorists detonated a suicide vest killing 23 and injuring over 250. The act was considered particularly heinous due to Grande’s predominant demographic of fans being young women.