Terrorism: Western Leaders Not Speaking Out Against Radical Idealists
Western European leaders are “in denial” on how open border policies correlate with radical Islamic terrorist attacks, Nigel Farage said Thursday after the region’s latest terror attack in Barcelona, Spain.
“There is no realization at all.”
“Not once do we ever hear a single leader in Europe offer any policy solution whatsoever. They are still in denial. And I can only guess it is because they are embarrassed by the fact that they have caused this.”
“One of the problems is that many of the parties around Europe to stand up against islamic extremism themselves appear to the electorate, at times, to be a bit extreme themselves,” Farage said in the TV interview.
“If we are being really frank about this, there is a direct link and relationship between the number of people you let in from different religions in different cultures and the number of terror attacks,” Mr. Farage said.
“And that is why in Eastern Europe, you’re simply not seeing it.”
We know that the Hussein Obama’s, Bill Clinton and John McCain are in denial, and now we know the The Pope is too. Shameful.
Another Democrat, President Bill Clinton, Tweeted:
As did Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona, who ran against Mr. Hussein Obama for the White House in Y 2008 as a non-candidate.
In a statement The Vatican said that “the Holy Father is following with great concern what is happening in Barcelona.
None of these Western “Illuminaries” have spoken out against the radical Islamic terrorists killers and attackers of the innocents.
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