Every Nine days, a terrorist attack is attempted in Europe in 2017

Time for Great Britain and the world to wake up. The U.S. can no longer be the only country concerned about terrorism and to the Mayor of London, no we will never accept that this is to be accepted.

From Breitbart:  Europe, the United Kingdom, and Russia have witnessed terror attacks or attempted attacks every nine days in 2017 on average, analysis of security incidents has revealed.

Since January, around 45 people have been killed by mostly Islamic terrorists, while hundreds have been injured. The only known incident not linked to jihadism in 2017 was the attack on the Borussia Dortmund soccer team by a Russian-German national attempting to profit from short-selling stock in the company.

 Attacks and attempted attacks have taken place in Austria, France, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Italy, Russia, Sweden, Norway, and Germany.

Security services in Britain — population 65 million — are known to be tracking 3,500 potential terror suspects or persons posing a threat. Meanwhile Belgium, with its population of just 12 million, is tracking around 18,000 potential jihadists. List at Breitbart

The enemy is at the gate, they lay siege to our walls, yet no one answers the call to arms!! Where are the Knights, why are they not suited up for the great battle? Are they asleep? Who will slay this beast if not the Templars? The angels are sounding the trumpets, are the sounds of them muffled? This enemy is familiar, we have fought them before, in histories past, come brethren, take up your cross, and fight for God, and the Saints, the beast has reared his ugly head once again!!

 What is the matter with Twitter? Great Britain’s police? The following were removed from Great Britain. Where is the outrage? The UK gave us Freedom of Speech. Time to get a move on.

20 Responses to “Every Nine days, a terrorist attack is attempted in Europe in 2017”

  1. The Weekly Headlines – My Daily Musing Says:

    […] Every Nine days, a terrorist attack is attempted in Europe in 2017 […]


  2. bydesign001 Says:

    Reblogged this on PUMABydesign001's Blog and commented:
    All this and Europe is STILL IN DENIAL.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Steve Dennis Says:

    Sadly it does not seem like people are waking up. I heard the audio of a segment today where the commentator said we just have to get used to this because there is nothing we can do about it. There is something we can do about it and I give Trump credit for trying but is seems as if the political will is still not there.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. marblenecltr Says:

    Reblogged this on necltr and commented:
    Some leaders wouldn’t care if attacks occurred nine time a day.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Always On Watch Says:

    Linked at Infidel Bloggers Alliance.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Brittius Says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius and commented:
    Britain, reaped what it has sown.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Simply Linda Says:

    Part of the problem is that GB does not enjoy free speech…did you see that journalist over there who has been quieted about speaking the truth? I have a feeling those folks like being oppressed—well…not a majority, but a lot of them. Thank goodness, we got away from the King, at least here, the snowflakes can be snowflakes. Just saying. (gosh forbid if you spoke against the government there in GB).

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  8. Mustang Says:

    The problem in addressing Islamic terror by police is that, by definition, police investigate crimes after they’ve occurred. We haven’t yet reached the point of having “thought police,” but with that said, I imagine that anti-terror agencies would have no problem at all about spying on Christian ministers openly advocated and encouraged terrorist activities by members of their congregations.

    The problem will never be solved if we continue down idiotic politically correct notions about such things as profiling. Who are the terrorists? They are Islamic men and women between the ages of 14 and 70. Seems pig-simple to me, but then I’m not exactly what one might describe as politically correct.

    By now, we are deeply into the age of Orwellian government … and in Europe, or so I believe, people have become so used to letting government dictate policy they will never become pro-active in the defense of themselves or their families. So, the attacks will continue and I am convinced that each time an incident such as Manchester occurs, the Islamic strategists are grinning like wolves and high-fifing each other on yet another job well-done.

    My approach to solving the problem would be a far-cry from how most western governments are dealing with Islamists, but for now the pain must continue (as it damn well should) until the people finally “grow a pair” and demand aggressive anti-terrorist policies—including spying inside mosques. Then, when such activities are discovered, the punishment should be death, rather than having to write a 200-word essay.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Points well made.When the police are to the point of monitoring twitter we are indeed lost. No one is monitoring all of the cameras. They are only used after the fact. All we need to do for one thing is ban anyone from coming back to the U.S. or U.K. who is born to Libyan refugees and decides to take a tourist trip to a hell hole such as Libya. Why else would he go? Simple to me. Only special exceptions for this activity.

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  9. petermc3 Says:

    Today’s GB is attacking Islamist terrorism as they did scurvy in the past; I say old boy, eating citrus fruits will stop this scourge poised to destroy a once great culture and send the barbarians packing. Righto my good man!

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