Another terrorist attack occurred in Paris yesterday, and again the perpetrator was well known to the authorities as a militant Islamist. In France, there are over 15,000 such people walking freely around. In the UK there are at least 23,000. In Germany there are more than 10,000, and in Belgium over 18,000 potential terrorists are listed, according to the Norwegian Human Rights Service. In total, we are talking about about 67,000 people known to the authorities only in these four countries. It's an army of terrorists.
The Swedes have completely lost control over the number of potential jihadists in the country, after a headless import of people with radical views in recent years. The Swedish security police can only assess that there are thousands. Neighbouring Norway has not yet experienced any Islamist linked terrorist attacks, but the authorities do not know, or refuse to comment on how many people with radical views who walk freely around and can attack at any point.
Säpo: Thousands of radical Islamists in Sweden
Yesterday, luckily only the terrorist died in Paris. He drove a car full of explosives into a police car on the French capital's parade street Champs-Elysées. The driver was armed but the car contained explosives which went off in the collision. No one else was injured in the attack. This is the second attack on French police in three months. In April, a policeman shot was shot on the same street just before the presidential election. The terrorist had sworn allegiance to the Islamic state.
Can this continue? How many terrorist attacks with death and destruction are required before the known potential terrorists are passivated by the authorities?
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