Scorpio wrote:AirPacific747 wrote:
I know. We should rather kick all of the refugees out. It's impossible to know who of those have been radicalized or will be in the future. Too bad for everyone else.
It's not refugees committing these attacks. It's people who were born and raised in the West. Look at the most recent big attacks in the west:
-Paris: All the terrorists were EU citizens, no refugees;
-Brussels: All terrorists were born and raised in Belgium;
-Orlando: Born and raised in the US;
-Nice: Identity not yet released (though terrorist has been identified), but believed to be a 31 year-old man with dual Tunisian - French citizenship. In other words, not a refugee.
"The Paris prosecutor's office said fingerprints from the dead attacker matched those of a person who came to Europe with migrants via the Greek island of Leros. The man may have been posing as a Syrian refugee."
So even if most of them were born and raised in Europe, it would appear that at least one of them used Europe's liberal immigration laws for his advantage.
Besides, let's not forget that none of those people would have been in the EU in the first place if Europe had followed stricter immigration and refugee policy that brought their parents or grandparents to Europe. More poorly integrated Muslims Europe has more terrorism it will see, and currently their numbers are rising faster than ever. The damage that has been already done when so many Muslims were let in and then allowed not to adopt western way of life can't be easily reversed, but every day even more damage is being done. Among refugees that have arrived this and last year are many future terrorists, or their parents.