Recently it was revealed that one of the Paris suicide bombers was carrying Syrian passport, which probably won’t come as a surprise to anyone who tried to warn Europe about their immigration policies. According to the passport, he was a 25-year-old man who had passed through the Greek island of Leros on October 3rd, where he was registered as a refugee. In addition, an Egyptian passport has been found on one of the three men who attacked the stadium.
So far three of the attackers have been identified, one of which was a Parisian who was a known extremist according to French authorities. It hasn’t been revealed if these passports were among the many forgeries that have been used by refugees to sneak into Europe. Regardless, the identities of these attackers has confirmed the fears of everyone who was critical of the EU’s migration policies. While the PC governments of Europe were busy assuring everyone that there weren’t any terrorists using the chaos of the migrant crisis to sneak into the continent, they failed to prevent that very thing from happening.
As a result of the Paris attacks, Poland’s new conservative government has promised that they will not accept the EU’s migrant quotas. According to Konrad Szymanski, Poland’s new European Affairs minister, the quotas are unacceptable without “security guarantees” and added that “the attacks mean there’s a need for an even deeper revision of the European policy regarding the migrant crisis.”
Side note: Some find it suspicious that a suicide bomber would even bother to take his passport with him for an attack, or that these passports would survive the blast. Let us know what you think in the comments.
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