According to Metropolitan Police (MET) commissioner Sir Mark Rowley, there were fewer jihad attacks in the UK in 2022, but they’re more violent. Rowley issues an ominous warning: “You’ve got thousands of lower priority investigations and then tens of thousands who are not in investigations but we know they have some form of ideological support for terrorism, they’re just not acting on it.”
Yet. They’re not acting on it “yet.” There’s an indoctrinated jihad army waiting in every open-door Western country, and those armies will become more active over time, particularly after the Muslim population grows. Meanwhile, stealth actors scream “Islamophobia” at every turn, which serves as a subterfuge to blind infidel populations to the truth about the threat. While most Muslims are peaceful, it isn’t the peaceful ones over whom alarm bells are sounded.
Jihad infiltration of refugee and economic migrant streams was inevitable. Open-door immigration policies provides an obvious opportunity across the board, not just in the UK and Europe but in America as well, via the Southern border. In 2017, Trump stated the policies that every responsible politician should follow:
I am establishing new vetting measures to keep radical Islamic terrorists out of the United States of America. We don’t want them here. We want to ensure that we are not admitting into our country the very threats our soldiers are fighting overseas. We only want to admit those into our country who will support our country and love deeply our people.
“Met Police head says finding terrorists like ‘needle in haystack’ as attacks get deadlier,” by Ollie Korfe, Express, March 20, 2023:
After a peak around the middle of the past decade, terrorism statistics for 2022 show the West is no longer the target it once was. Despite increasing in lethality, the number of attacks is falling globally, as incidents become ever more concentrated in war-torn regions of sub-Saharan Africa. Although Islamic State (IS) remains a major concern, religious fundamentalism is ceding ground to extreme political beliefs as the primary motivator for terror attacks.
In an interview for a new book on foiled terror attacks, Metropolitan Police commissioner Sir Mark Rowley spoke to author Lizzie Dearden of the near-impossible task of pinpointing the individuals most likely to commit an attack out of tens of thousands of potential terrorists.
The former policing spokesman for counter-terrorism related it to finding a “needle in a haystack,” saying: “Those where we know they’re up to something and we’re after them, the system works.
“But you’ve got thousands of lower priority investigations and then tens of thousands who are not in investigations but we know they have some form of ideological support for terrorism, they’re just not acting on it.”
This comes as the Global Terrorism Index 2023 – unveiled by the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP) last week – showed that the lethality of terrorist attacks has risen for the first time in five years.
The UK was the 42nd-most impacted country by terrorism last year
For the past decade, the Australian think tank – whose mission statement is to communicate the “economic value of peace” – has compiled terrorism risk rankings of all the world’s countries based on a variety of metrics.
The latest publication, relating to incidents occurring in 2022, revealed that terrorists killed 26 percent more people per attack on average….