Decades of Third World immigration and liberal race-denial are the primary reasons behind the nightmare of Islamist terror engulfing Europe, as the attack this morning on a church in France has once again demonstrated.
At least one of the attackers has been identified as a local, and legally resident, nonwhite immigrant who had earlier been fitted with an ankle bracelet by police to prevent him from going to Syria to join ISIS.
The invader—described by French TV as “known to anti-terrorist services”—was jailed for trying to travel to Syria in 2015, but subsequently released under bail terms which allowed him to be unsupervised between 8:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. The attack happened after 9 a.m.
He had tried twice to reach Syria, first via Munich, unsuccessfully, then via Geneva, where he had been sent after being expelled from Turkey. He had been jailed in Switzerland and then extradited to France, where he was indicted for conspiracy to prepare acts of terrorism.
According to Le Figaro newspaper, the nun who escaped the church confirmed that the attackers were speaking in Arabic, indicating that they were likely recent arrivals in Europe.
The Gambetta Church where the attack took place was one of a number of Catholic churches on a “hit list” found last April on an ISIS invader-terrorist living in France, it has also emerged.
The gruesome details of the attack—which included the beheading of an elderly Catholic priest as he was giving early morning mass—will be fully covered by the controlled media, but the real reasons why it occurred will inevitably be covered up, disguised, or simply not reported at all.
Already the French l’Express newspaper has described the attackers as “madmen” rather than Islamist terrorists living in France courtesy of the French government’s policy of promoting mass Third world immigration and race-denial.
Only the leader of the Front National, Marine le Pen, has dared to put her finger on the root cause of the problem. In a Twitter message sent out soon after the attack, Le Pen said that the responsibility for what has happened lies squarely on the shoulders of “those who have governed us for 30 years.”
Blaming the “left and the right,” Le Pen called the chatter of the ruling parties following the attack “revolting” for its hypocrisy.
Starting with a response to the refugee-terrorist bombing in Ansbach, Philippot said that the policy of “welcoming migrants is madness, as we [the FN] have constantly warned.”
Then, when news of the church attack came through, Philippot tweeted that he “felt sick” when he learned of “this new drama caused by mass immigration.”
True to form, French Socialist president Francois Holland announced that France was “at war with ISIS”—even though his party has been at the forefront of importing millions of Muslims into that country for decades.
The “conservative” leader Nicholas Sarkozy echoed Hollande, saying that the time had come to be “ruthless” with ISIS—but also ignoring the reality that the “conservatives” in France are equally responsible for the flooding of that country with nonwhite immigrants who are now making up the vanguard of the terrorist attackers.
Marion Maréchal-Le Pen, the niece of Marine, added on Twitter that they “kill our children, murder our police, and slaughter our priests. Wake up.”
Another FN leader in the region where the church attack took place, Damien Rieu, took the Catholic Church to task for its endorsement of the Muslim invasion of France.
Rieu, a former spokesman for the French Generation Identitaire movement, accused the bishops of “closing their eyes and being silent for too long about Islamism. It is time for the church to open their eyes to the threat of Islamism rather than call on people to vote against the FN,” he tweeted.
The attack—the fifth Muslim terror attack in Europe in as many days—poses the inevitable question of how many more Europeans have to be killed before the realization dawns that the only path to true world peace is physical geographic separation of the races, and that the race-denying liberal worldview can only have one ultimate conclusion: the extermination of the European people.