Europe has become the radical Islamic terror capital of the world in recent weeks, and an incident in Paris on Monday has reiterated that dubious label.
The European Union, the continent’s globalist leadership group, has imposed dangerous and misguided quotas on its member nations requiring each supposedly sovereign nation to relocate a certain number of Middle Eastern immigrants within their borders due to the Syrian refugee crisis. While some nations, such as Poland and Hungary, have wisely told the EU exactly where they can file their quotas, much of the continent continues to bypass their own immigration protocols to receive as many migrants as possible in as little time as possible. This has meant that vetting and background verification procedures have suffered immensely, leading to an inordinate about of radical Islamic terror prospects flooding Europe.
Now, as England is reeling from an extraordinary amount of terror-related violence in recent days, Paris has once again seen blood shed on their streets.
“A suspect who tried to attack security forces on the Champs-Elysees shopping district in Paris Monday afternoon — when he rammed his car into a police van — had a rifle and explosives in his vehicle, French investigators said.
“Authorities discovered a gas tank and an AK-47 rife in the attacker’s car, Fox News confirmed. The man had been flagged by investigators earlier for extremism, French police said. “
Automobiles have been the preferred weapon of Islamic extremists in Europe in recent attacks, with no less than 5 such incidents occurring within the last year.
France and England have another commonality that has allowed such rampant terror to breed successfully within their borders: Their extremely restrictive gun ownership laws. Terrorists who are plotting to attack innocent civilians in these countries have very little fear of return fire from common citizens, allowing them a more brazen, hands-on approach in their hateful violence. In England’s recent attacks, an even more embarrassing story was circulated, as unarmed policemen in the nation were seen running away from the scene of one such attack, taking shelter until armed policemen arrived.