Germany Had Been Warned About Christmas Terror Attacks Beforehand

Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant claimed the responsibility for the attack in Berlin on Monday evening. A lorry stormed through a crowded Christmas market in the heart of the city, leaving 12 dead and 49 wounded.

Ever since the Paris and Orlando attacks earlier this year, many claimed that it was inevitable for Germany to face the same fate. Christmas is an especially sensitive time of year, for those who do not tolerate Christianity.

A 39-year-old Refugee camp translator revealed last month, how German migrants ‘despise’ Christians and want to ‘Islamise’ the country. During her time at a number of centres across the country, she said she discovered Muslim refugees preaching ’pure hatred’ of Christians. Even Muslim children were told by their parents not to play with Christian ones.

Merkel Knew

Last month, European countries were warned by US counter-terror experts, about the “heightened risk of terror attacks” at Christmas-themed events. The US state department even mentioned that they had “credible information” that militants were planning attacks throughout Europe over the festive season.

So why was nothing done? Oh wait that’s right, tourists were told to practice caution around festive markets.


So instead of increasing security measures (as if Germany would even have the money for that, after forking most of it out for the ‘peaceful refugees’), people are told to just be careful. Well, I can assure you that many Germans would feel extremely safe on that note!

An Attack Happened just Last Week

It was even reported last week, that a 12-year-old boy was held by police. There were claims that he plotted to plant a nail bomb at a Christmas market in the town of Ludwigshafen. The German-Iraqi youngster, who cannot be named for “legal reasons”, is alleged to have been acting on behalf of ISIS.

But don’t worry, we can have a nice chat with the culprit at the local youth facility, where he is being held. Because let’s remember, it’s far too harsh to pass formal proceedings on such a youngster.

What has been said about the Berlin attack?

Merkel mentioned in a live statement:
“It would be very difficult for us to learn that a human being committed this deed who came to Germany to ask for refuge and asylum. It would be repugnant for those that are helping people that have come to this country and are asking for our help.”

I don’t quite think the German chancellor understands that her beloved refugees aren’t exactly the bee’s knees.

Britain Brace Themselves

Yesterday, roads in front of Buckingham Palace were shut during the daily Changing of the Guard ceremony, mentioned the British Police. The closures had already been planned for a three-month trial period but police said this was being brought forward.

“The planned implementation has been brought forward following the events in Germany” the police said in a statement. “Alongside the road closures, additional barriers will be in place to maintain security for the guard movements.”

Are we Eliminating the Root of the Problem here?

It is rather obvious that the increase of mass refugee migration, incorporating cultures that clash with ours, are more likely to increase the acts of terrorism. There is no excuse for the behaviour, just because your backwards culture doesn’t agree with Janet over there not covering her arms.

At the moment, we are not taking away the virus that is Islam and the culture that follows it. We are mopping up the spillages and taking no action against the leaking pipe that is breaking more and more.

At this point in time, as a German, I am ashamed to be part of such a cowardly country. I am ashamed of where I come from because Germany no longer has a spine. When Germany needs to clean up its mess again, I won’t be there to help.


Alison is a conservative right wing authoritarian. Having grown up in England and lived there for 18 years, UK politics remains a large part of her life. She is now living in Basel Switzerland, but is still passionate about UKIP, and other right wing leaders such as Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump

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