UK Home to 23,000 Terrorists, Authorities Claim to Be Overwhelmed


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If you’re looking for a textbook example of what happens when you open up your borders to anyone and everyone, look no further than the United Kingdom.

After suffering from two heinous terror attacks in the last few weeks, Great Britain has had one hellacious wake up call in terms of their policies toward immigration.  The nation, which has been taking in a great many middle eastern migrants in the wake of the Syrian civil war, is now facing a massive influx of ISIS-loyal jihadists who seek to create anarchy in the UK.  The world’s most proficient terror network has openly admitted to sneaking their warriors around the European continent using the relaxed border policies installed to assists Syrian asylum seekers, and now, with an estimated 23,000 terrorists living within the United Kingdom, authorities have been forced to admit that they are helpless to stop them all from carrying out heinous attacks.

“…Salman Abedi, who killed 22 people and injured 116 others at the Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena on May 22 was a ‘person of interest’ who slipped the net and was allowed to travel from the UK to Libya and return in the run up to the atrocity.

“Investigations are underway into how this was able to happen.

“And, it has emerged at least one of the three dead terrorists involved in Saturday’s London Bridge attack was on the radar over radical views.

“Security minister Ben Wallace said all 23,000 people were ‘in the mix and had to be looked at’, but could not say how this was possible.”

The days of globalist ideals invading the governments of Britain and Europe as a whole must end.  Without strict border control and a realistic outlook on the connections between radical Islam and terrorism, the United Kingdom is doomed to suffer further attacks of an escalating nature.

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