One of the biggest problems facing the world today is the so-called “refugee crisis,” in which violent criminals from Islamic countries pose as innocent people in order to gain access to naive areas welcoming them, only to wreak havoc in the days following. Europe is currently in the process of being destroyed because of this and it has recently become clear just how idiotic having an open border policy during this violent era really is.
It was recently revealed that tons of German citizens are now fleeing their home country due to the fact that they no longer feel safe as violent refugees continue to arrive and destroy everything in their path. A report on Zero Hedge breaks down the statistics stating, “Data from the German statistics agency, Destatis, shows that 138,000 Germans left Germany in 2015. More are expected to emigrate in 2016. In a story on Brain Drain [sic] titled, ‘German talent is leaving the country in droves,’ Die Welt reported that more than 1.5 million Germans, many of them highly educated, left Germany during the past decade.”
Of course, all of these people will learn in due time that there is a reason why open borders are a terrible idea. Whether they like it or not, there are evil people in the world that want nothing more than to destroy the United States of America. Sadly, we will be next if we continue to elect politicians without our best interests in mind. We are currently on the fast track to destruction and only we can prevent it.
The bottom line is the fact that the radical Islamic ideology is in direct conflict with the western morals and values. They cannot coexist and the belief that they can is certain to lead all of us to an early grave. It’s time to get tough and get real about radical Islam. We cannot mince words any longer. We have to be honest with ourselves before the United States falls into the same path as Germany.
According to United Nations’ reports and other official statistics, over a third of million Africans and other non-Europeans entered Europe illegally during the first six months of 2015, either overland through Turkey or after crossing the Mediterranean Sea by boat.