The Battle to Protect Soft Targets Has Begun
It is no secret that Trump has set his sights on destroying ISIS, and has apparently “lined up all his ducks” diplomatically, having reached a broad understanding with other important Middle Eastern players, including Russia, Israel, and Saudi Arabia, among others, on the need to eradicate ISIS. Even those countries that once supported the outlandish terror group now realise that it is a busted flush with little future utility. In short, it is marked for destruction.
German police have swooped on the Berlin mosque used by Christmas market attacker Anis Amri, and arrested three suspected ISIS terrorists.
“The mosque on Perleberger Strasse is connected to the Fussilet 33 association, which has been under police surveillance because of alleged attempts to recruit new ISIS members. The three men, aged 21, 31 and 45, are formally suspected of having prepared ‘a serious act of violent subversion’ for planning to attend combat training.”
This has to be seen in a wider context.
It is no secret that Trump has set his sights on destroying ISIS, and has apparently “lined up all his ducks” diplomatically, having reached a broad understanding with other important Middle Eastern players, including Russia, Israel, and Saudi Arabia, among others, on the need to eradicate ISIS. Even those countries that once supported the outlandish terror group now realize that it is a busted flush with little future utility. In short, it is marked for destruction.
One of the memorandums Trump recently signed instructs the U.S. Joint Chiefs of staff to come up with a plan within 30 days to defeat ISIS. This points to a short, sharp campaign to crush the Islamic “horror” group sometime in the early Spring. In fact, this is actually the real reason Trump issued his recent travel ban—not simply “hatred of Muslims,” as liberals would have you believe.
Once the war gets started, ISIS will of course attempt to strike back at soft targets in the West in order to cause consternation and inspire their fighters in Syria and Iraq. While America may well be hit, Trump’s vigilance there and his readiness to ignore liberal hysteria has greatly improved security. This means that Europe is far more likely to bear the brunt of an ISIS backlash.
With cucked politicians still in power in most big European states, it is impossible for these states to implement the same kind of travel ban that Trump has imposed in the USA, or take other drastic security measures. For this reason, European police and security forces are forced to take up the slack by doing all that they can to clamp down on any preparations for an ISIS backlash. This is what led to the arrests in Berlin.
In the 1930s there was a saying that “the bomber will always get through,” meaning that a sufficient number of bomber planes would get through even the best air defenses to wreak havoc.
Now, in the 20-teens we can say something similar about ISIS bombers. Yes, the police will have their successes, like they did in Berlin, but thanks to the insane refugee policy of the last two years and the immigration failures of decades, Europe is now riddled with cells of radicalized Muslims.
These “enemies within” will be sparked into action by the forthcoming assault on ISIS. Of course some will be caught before they can do any damage, but a fair percentage are bound to get through the anti-terrorist defenses, and, when they do, one can only imagine the carnage.
While European police forces work hard to limit such grim possibilities, stupid, vacuous, pampered, middle-class college kids continue to march in the streets, demanding open borders and their own destruction.