Saturday, November 14, 2015
Civil War; Islamic State carry out Massacre in Paris, at least 127 dead and 99 critically injured in terrorists attacks, shootings, explosions, suicide bombings and theatre massacre, the building of detention camps is now a matter of priority and national security, Europe needs a lockdown and the military brought onto the streets, Paris shows why it is necessary
If you have been keeping up with my take on the migrant crisis, you will have read that I have been saying that Europe is on the road to civil war.
I have talked about how the situation was heading towards violence, people getting killed and how people are going to be living in fear now.
I have talked about how the borders needed secured, I have talked about how every migrant needs to be detained, I have talked about how these people need put into camps.
I have talked about how this crisis is a threat to national security.
France is in lockdown following multiple terrorists attacks, shootings across Paris left more than 120 dead.
I said we are heading towards civil war, and today as the dead are counted, France's President Francois Hollande said the attacks by Islamic State (IS) militant group are an "act of war".
Every migrant without exception needs to be detained; the military need to assist the police in this effort, no migrant should be allowed to cross any EU border. It is said that eight gunmen are believed to have been killed by blowing themselves up with suicide belts.
This attack wasn’t unexpected, we all knew that Islamic State was smuggling in terrorists into Europe, one report put that conservatively at 2 in a 100. As I have also said the damage done by Angela Merkel is severe by her stupidity, she made Europe an unsafe place. Some people were cheerleading politicians on by saying that ‘Refugees are welcome’, our weak leaders failed to stand up for rule of law.
Paris is the first attack; it will not be the last. Eight of the terrorist are dead, but they needed a network to get them the weapons and materials to carry out their attacks. They needed safe houses to store material, contacts to get the arms, vehicles to transport them.
Latest reports this morning put a figure at a total of 127 innocent people dead and 99 people critically injured in the attacks. At the Bataclan music hall it is estimated that approximately 80 to 100 people were killed by two gunmen; they detonated explosives when the police stormed the building.
French president Francois Hollande appeared on national television to declare a state of emergency. The borders of France have been closed to ensure the killers could not escape the country. We have armed police and soldiers roamed streets hunting for accomplices of the killers.
US President Barack Obama said in a press conference at the White House that France’s values were shared by his country’s citizens.
“These values go far beyond these acts of terrorism and the hateful vision of those have committed these acts.”
So, I will say again, what I have said before regarding what needs to happen.
1/ EU Border Force
2/ EU internal immigration policy for EU citizens
3/ intervention and mobilisation of the military in member states
4/ New EU wide ID card scheme
5/ No non EU economic migrant processed from this crisis and allowed to remain within an EU country which has accept them can travel to any other EU member state. Everyone should be completely documented, if a breach occurred; the person or group will be returned to the EU country they were settled and registered in.
I have also said, that the civil authorities need to work with the military, it is a pity that the Paris massacre was needed for this to be done.
The building of detention camps is now a matter of priority and national security.
This is the greatest crisis in the EU since WW2; perhaps politicians will now step up to the plate and deal with it.
Civil war isn't as far away as people think, you can expect firearms sales in Europe to increase dramatically, this has already started, the Paris Massacre will speed up that process right across Europe.
More people will die!
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University