German police: - Up to a million weapons brought into the EU

German police: - Up to a million weapons brought into the EU
German police say that up to a million weapons have been brought into the EU along with the influx of migrants, reports German media.

It's insanely many weapons, but not surprising.

The majority of immigrants come from countries where it is more common for people to have a Kalashnikov rifle or a pistol than a laptop.

And when embarking on the dangerous journey from Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq or Turkey, to northern Europe, it is simply natural for many to bring along weapons to defend themselves.

Overcrowded trains with young migrant men, and refugee camps which also contain criminals, are not particularly safe places.

Moreover, one can later sell the weapon and thus have a little money for food or transportation. Or use it for terror, as in Paris, where "refugees" recently killed 130 people.

Migrants, terrorists and criminals are coming to our countries armed, and most times they are not even searched for weapons, because that would be, from the perspective of politicians, a "provocation", which would have incalculable consequences.

In addition to bringing huge amounts of illegal guns, also trafficking of children and smuggling of drugs has become a big problem, according to German police.

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