Tuesday, 24 February 2015

Militants, migrants and the Med: Europe's Libya problem - BBC News

In this BBC report the BBC pretend to be concerned about the possibility of ISIS terrorists  not that the BBC would ever use such a pejorative word, infiltrating Europe disguised as migrants (more correctly immigrants).

' "The southern Crusader states... can be reached with ease by even a rudimentary boat," says the document, widely quoted in the British press after it was translated by the Quilliam Foundation, a counter-extremism think tank.

However, the Foundation says the authenticity of the document cannot be confirmed and its claims must be treated with caution - at most as propaganda rather than mission statement.'

Every statement that runs counter to the approved narrative that Islam is the Religion of Peace and that ISIS don't really want to establish a world wide Caliphate is treated as suspect by the BBC and other media and will continue to be so treated until it's way to late for the West to do anything concrete to counter the threat.

The last passage of the BBC report is perhaps the most pernicious:

'Attacks inspired by Islamic State have killed fewer than 25 people in Europe over the last year. None of the attackers were migrants.'

None were immigrants so that's fine? It's better to be killed by a non immigrant Islamist than a migrant one? None in the last year so don't worry about the threat? The BBC disgust me.

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