The terrorist attack i Berlin on Monday has angered many, but very few politicians dare point at the elephant in the room, that it is religious driven Islamic terrorism executed as jihad by Muslims.
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, however, is not the average politically correct politician, and he speaks when others keep silent.
After a video showing the now deceased terrorist swearing allegiance to ISIS, Trump took to Twitter.
"The terrorist who killed so many people in Germany said just before crime, "by God's will we will slaughter you pigs, I swear, we will slaughter you. This is a purely religious threat, which turned into reality. Such hatred! When will the U.S. and all countries, fight back?" Trump wrote on Twitter.
Obviously, fighting back would mean having to fight them on our own streets in our own cities, because that's where the terrorists currently are, shooting people or killing them with large trucks.
In Germany, after the large influx of Muslim migrants into the country last year, a staggering 7,000 suspected wannabe jihadists have now been designated as potential terrorists, and that's just those they know about:
READ: Germany has too many terror suspects to keep track of
So as it is now, there is no way to protect against a Muslim man who suddenly decides to hijack a truck and run people over, as have been the case in both Nice and Berlin.
There is no way to protect against a Muslim man who suddenly brings an automatic rifle to a gay bar, or a man who decides to commit suicide by blowing himself up while trying to bring as many as possible with him into death, which he also longs for due to religious reasons.
There is no way to protect against Islamic terrorism in the current situation, where authorities have lost control due to the large number of Muslim migrants received into Europe last year.
And it is getting increasingly worse, because poor Italy and Greece still continue to receive thousands of migrants every week, and even thousands a day some days.
The completely stupid EU masterplan of bringing migrants safely from just off the coast of Libya to Europe, is so insane that one has to wonder about the combined IQ in that assembly.
And what happens if Turkey effectuate the threat of sending 3,5 million "refugees" into Europe. That is 3 times as many as the chaos last year. How would Europe withstand it when 1,5 million created such chaos last time? Obviously, they would not be as welcome this time, caused by many of those who have already come, and the once so popular politically correct "Refugees Welcome," is probably close to closing. How Europe would cope with such a situation remains to be seen of course, but with EU in control of events, it looks hopeless. The plan has been migration since 2000 or before:
READ: The long term agenda: EU should prepare for 75 million immigrants
And the UN wants the EU to destroy ethnicity by mixing us up:
READ: UN: - EU must destroy homogeneity of member states through immigration
The plan is out and has been known for quite some time, but still, despite anger over it, the EU elite was allowed to execute it to perfection, with more to come, which is the reason for the ferry traffic activity in the Mediterranean, where the EU and the UN are mass importing Third World migrants to Europe instead of turning them back.
So when Trump asks when will we be fighting back, we actually have the biggest enemies running the EU and the UN, the enablers of Islamic terrorism.
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