It should go without saying that when you let a million plus people storm into your country, the amount of effort that’s spent trying to vet them doesn’t really matter. With numbers like that, the worst of the worst are going to get in, and Germany has hardly placed enough security measures to sort out the murderers, rapists, and terrorists that live among the refugees.
This was made abundantly clear over the weekend when a series of German police raids in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate, managed to capture two ISIS suspects living in refugee housing. One of them has since been identified as a 32-year-old man named Bassam, who fought for ISIS in Syria and is suspected of killing dozens of people.
What’s intriguing however, is how he managed to get into Germany in the first place. Last summer he was on his way to Turkey when he was captured at a checkpoint in Aleppo by the Free Syrian Army, carrying tens of thousands of dollars in cash on his person. Nobody knows why, but he was released after a few weeks without any money.
So these people who are supposedly allied with our government in the fight against Assad and ISIS, released a radical Islamic terrorist so he could make his way into Germany? That doesn’t really fit the “moderate rebel” narrative does it?
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