Terror Cases In Germany Quadruple In One Year

More evidence revealing the ridiculousness of the centrist position on immigration – namely that refugees can be seamlessly integrated into European society without a spike in crime or terror – has emerged courtesy of the German newspaper Welt Am Sonntag which revealed Sunday that the number of terrorism-related cases investigated by German authorities has quadrupled over the past year.

Prosecutors have opened more than 900 cases so far this year, compared with just 240 throughout 2016, and 80 cases in 2013.

Germany’s federal police estimate 705 Islamist extremists willing to carry out terror attacks are active in the country, up from 600 during an estimate in February. Germany’s domestic intelligence agency recently said around 24,400 Islamists are active in the country but most of them don’t pose an immediate terror threat.

To be sure, the number of migrants applying for asylum in Germany plummeted to about 280,000 in 2016, about one-third the number from the prior year. But the increase in crime – coupled with the Christian Democratic Union’s embarrassing showing in federal elections last month – are slowly inspiring the country’s centrists to accept that more needs to be done to limit and control immigration in Europe’s largest economy.

According to the Daily Caller, Germany’s federal prosecutor’s office can’t keep up with the increase in the number of cases. To wit, nearly 300 cases have been transferred to the state level. Not all cases involve plans to carry out attacks. Migrants from Syran, Iraq and Afghanistan have been tried over alleged membership in terror groups without being suspected of planning attacks on European soil.

BKA chief Holger Münch told daily newspaper Frankfurter Rundschau in July that the danger from politically motivated far-right and far-left wing extremist is dwarfed by the threat posed by jihadis.

“In the left-wing scene, the [German] states have currently estimated a number that can be counted on the fingers of one hand,” Münch said. “In the right-wing scene, the number is in the low double digits.”

Frustration over this increase in crime manifested last month in the far-right Alternative for Germany party’s sweeping electoral triumph. The party, while still a minority, received 13% of the vote, earning it a place in Parliament – the first time a far-right party has held a spot in the legislature since World War II. It’s now the third strongest party in Germany, and has created a headache for Chancellor Angela Merkel by busting up her ruling coalition.

As Statista points out, perhaps key to understanding Germany’s tilt to the right is the indication that the majority of AfD voters say they made their decision not based on belief in the party, but rather as a reaction to their disappointment in the other parties – a dissatisfaction stemming from Merkel’s insistence on an “open doors” refugee policy that has been proven to be a failure.

Two years after the European Commission carried out the bidding of German Chancellor Angela Merkel by approving a plan to distribute migrants entering the Schengen area through Greece and Italy evenly across the European Union, the recent landslide victory of “Czech Donald Trump” Andrej Babis and his Eurosceptic and anti-establishment political party shows how disillusioned the people of Europe have become with “open doors.” Babis’s victory followed another important win by Austria's young conservative star, Sebastian Kurz, who at 31 is now the youngest leader in Europe.

The reason for this populist surge? Well, it appears Europeans have begun to realize that Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic – three countries that refused to accept migrants under the EU plan – have suffered far fewer terror attacks, as the map below shows.

Can you spot the gaps?
 

Comments

Ghordius Tue, 10/24/2017 - 04:28 Permalink

can you spot... Northern Ireland's case?

completely devoid of any foreigners? fully among Christians of two different denominations?

this article is just the usual "scare the ignorant" DUH rubbish on Europe and Terror

again: DUH. hide under your bed, flee to your basement. DUH

ebear Ghordius Tue, 10/24/2017 - 05:29 Permalink

Not sure what your point is?  That more people die in auto accidents than from terrorist attacks?  Something like that?You can design better cars, educate people on safety, increase enforcement and so forth, but you can't totally eliminate the automobile. Our civilization is built around it.You can eliminate the major cause of terrorism though.  We know where it comes from.  We know who they are.  Just don't let them in, and deport those already here.Personally, I like the Russian approach.  Got a problem with jihadis?  Alright then, we'll squash 'em like bugs so you can live in peace in your own land and don't have to come to ours.Anyone got a problem with that?

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HenryKissinger… ebear Tue, 10/24/2017 - 05:36 Permalink

ALL acording to plan...nothing to see here, it is just a plan to turn europe into a future race of mongrel (((bolshevik)))-worshippers... check also:-KALERGI plan (miscegenation into low IQ brown mongrels) / also Hooton plan-George Soros leaks on the Merkel plan  http://soros.dcleaks.com-ESI Merkel Plan Compassion and Control http://journal-neo.org/2016/04/27/how-nato-linked-think-tanks-control-e…-Kalergi/ Charlemagne Prize BEARERS list http://www.karlspreis.de/en/laureates-Soros professional rapefugee smuggler operation http://gefira.org/en/2017/07/13/soros-sponsored-immigration-network-in-… divörsity™ Lerner Spectre"I think there is a resurgence of anti-Semitism because at this point in time Europe has not yet learned how to be multicultural. And I think we are going to be part of the throes of that transformation, which must take place. Europe is not going to be the monolithic societies they once were in the last century. Jews are going to be at the centre of that. It’s a huge transformation for Europe to make. They are now going into a multicultural mode and Jews will be resented because of our leading role. But without that leading role and without that transformation, Europe will not survive." ~ Barbara Lerner Spectrehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFE0qAiofMQ"Instead of destroying European Jewry, Europe, against its own will, refined and educated this people into a future leader-nation through this artificial selection process. No wonder that this people, that escaped Ghetto-Prison, developed into a spiritual nobility of Europe. Therefore a gracious Providence provided Europe with a new race of nobility by the Grace of Spirit...The man of the future will be a mongrel.  Today’s races and classes will gradually disappear owing to the vanishing of space, time, and prejudice. The Eurasian–Negroid race of the future, similar in its outward appearance to the Ancient Egyptians, will replace the diversity of peoples with a diversity of individuals."Practical Idealism - by Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergihttp://archives.eui.eu/en/isaar/89http://www.karlspreis.de/en/laureates

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Ghordius ebear Tue, 10/24/2017 - 06:48 Permalink

e-bear: "Anyone got a problem with that?"yes. me, with your comment"You can eliminate the major cause of terrorism though.  We know where it comes from.  We know who they are.  Just don't let them in, and deport those already here."disingenuos. I was pointing out that the case of Northern Ireland is utterly different from what you are talking aboutbut +1 for mentioning deportations. many here believe such things don't exist"Personally, I like the Russian approach.  Got a problem with jihadis?  Alright then, we'll squash 'em like bugs so you can live in peace in your own land and don't have to come to ours."in the case of Russia, Chechnya is a Russian Republic, part of the Russian Federationtwo bloody wars to keep that jihadist-producing Muslim country... Russianso that "my own land" and "you don't have to come to ours" is a bit... disingenuos, too, when you mention Russia and it's methods

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Cloud9.5 Ghordius Tue, 10/24/2017 - 08:51 Permalink

This is not Europe’s first rodeo.  All you will need to do is research your past and you will discover how this most recent Islamic invasion plays out. Islam provides the individual with one of two options: convert or submit.  Depending on the whim of the leaders at the time, that submission can take the form of second class citizenship, slavery or death.  There is a dynamic within all Muslim communities. That dynamic unfolds in stages based on population density.  The catalyst within Muslim communities for the transition from a tolerant to intolerant is triggered when the Muslim population approaches the status of local majority.  At that point the moderates are silenced.  Moderates are deemed to be apostates and are either killed or driven out. A de facto Islamic state is established and Jihad is unleashed on the minority population. Islam and the west are incompatible.  It is a historical fact.  As the European population becomes radicalized by this most recent invasion your Charles Martel’s, your El Cid’s and your Vlad The Impaler’s will arise, and ethnic cleansing will begin again. 

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ebear Ghordius Tue, 10/24/2017 - 15:39 Permalink

"two bloody wars to keep that jihadist-producing Muslim country... Russian"Jihadist-producing?  Now who's being disingenuous?   Wahabism was IMPORTED to Chechnya just like everywhere else in the Islamic world with the exception of its source: Saudi Arabia.A conflict, I would add, which was joined by Muslim Chechens defending their own corner of Russia against foreign jihadis and their radicalized domestic supporters.The point often forgotten about the war against Islamic radicalism is that it's Muslims who stand to gain the most.  As I said, living peacefully in their own land, which in this case happens to be a part of Russia.Don't just ask the Muslims though.  Ask the ethnic Ukrainians that have lived there since the Holdomor which state they prefer to live in.  You should also ask the ethnic Russians who live there.  It's their home too.The crimes of the USSR are not answerable by present day Russia any more than the crimes of Nazi Germany are answerable by present day Germans.Stop muddying the waters and go read some history. addendum: Just to be clear, when we talk about terrorism in the present context, we are talking about Islamic radicalism.  Dragging the Irish conflict into the mix is disingenous.  You might as well talk about ETA or the Red Brigade, neither of which represent a serious threat today.

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schatzi Ghordius Tue, 10/24/2017 - 07:01 Permalink

Absolutely right. Highest frequency: Northern Ireland, Corsica, Basque.Shitty use of graphics, though I don't disagree with the original point: the less ME/N.Africa migrants you have, the less terror attacks you have - but mind you.. terror attacks from the extremist right aswell, which this article fails to mention. Many attacks in Germany were arson attacks on migrant homes which are treated as terror attacks. Very misleading article which undermines its agenda. However, there is no denying that high migrant numbers from regions that embrace medieval values, will destabilise a country and corrode its values. Try walking with a Kippah through the outskirts of Paris. Highest emigration rates for Jews from France since Fascism. Try walking there as an openly gay or as an unescorted woman in provocative clothing. You might aswell not be in Europe. Values Europe was bled dry for, are treated as if they're to be taken for granted, yet a woman's right to vote was implemented barely 100 years ago. Homosexuality has been only accepted since a generation ago. Fundamental rights that have been enshrined in constitutions across Europe, are rejected wholesale by a majority of immigrants. All of these values are at risk here because we simply cannot integrate all these people - and why should we. Why should we make Europeans out of people that don't want to be European, but have their own identity and religion - to which they have a right too.Mass immigration from culturally opposite people is guaranteed to fail miserably.

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Ghordius Haus-Targaryen Tue, 10/24/2017 - 06:41 Permalink

nope. Poland isn't "sharing"yes, Poland's previous government was among those who voted for a "refugee share plan" in the EU Counciland now Poland's current government does renege on that deal, and does not take any (except for hospitalization, that is)so where does that leave your "the EU"? it was a deal. between governements of sovereign countriesand no "sharing" for Poland, now

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Weisshorn Joe A Tue, 10/24/2017 - 07:13 Permalink

Just consider all these Nato secretaries like Stoltenberger and Rasmussen from what should be peaceful northern European countries, but instead they are dragging Nato, and their own countries, into Israel's wars.  We don't know what the globalists have on these people, we just know that the links are as blatant as a .223 hitting you at Hooters on Oct 1.

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HenryKissinger… Weisshorn Tue, 10/24/2017 - 07:22 Permalink

Just consider all these Nato secretaries like Stoltenberger and Rasmussen from what should be peaceful northern European countries, but instead they are dragging Nato, and their own countries, into Israel's wars.  We don't know what the globalists have on these peopl...luckily for the USA the head of NATO is always a US army general sitting in the pentagon...the Supreme Allied Commander Europe SACEUR is the head (command of NATO military operations) and the secretary general is just a clown, aka "spokesperson"for a DEEP insight see Daniele Ganser speeches on Nato, or even better read the booksee by yourself the responsibilities here http://www.nato.int/cps/en/natohq/topics_50110.htmhttp://www.nato.int/c…

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JohnGaltUk Joe A Tue, 10/24/2017 - 07:28 Permalink

Tusk knew where the gravy train lead to.The deal was, have a policy of taking in refugees and later on you get a position within the "in crowd".The trend in Europe is towards the right and the momentum is growing, a few more bombings and rapes will do it.I hope that these western traitors get the Mussollni treatment or get Cox'd.

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Ghordius BigWillyStyle887 Tue, 10/24/2017 - 08:58 Permalink

none of the aboveI am suggesting that the previous leaders agreed to something, and the new leaders do/did break the dealin fact, I am not even suggesting that. it's just what happenedmeanwhile... shrill cries. people not aware of all this might be excused to believe that Poles wade knee-deep in Muslims, or something, if they read only the shrill criesand of course shrill cries of a "EU dictatorship"... that does not exist. evidence: the same, again... facts

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SoDamnMad Haus-Targaryen Tue, 10/24/2017 - 06:45 Permalink

Obviously the Poles aren't reporting the trucks running through the packed markets, the trains exploding, the cars running over the people on bridges and then the drivers getting out and hacking people to death ... OR the Poles aren't letting them in and are prepared to kick the shit out of ANYONE who might lay an uninvited hand on a Polish female.  I'll stand with the Poles who with Lithuania launched the Winged Hussers on them at the Gates of Vienna.

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Weisshorn Tue, 10/24/2017 - 04:30 Permalink

The shift away from ZOG is not because of the increase in the number of terrorist attacks.  The increase in the number of terror attacks is because of the shift away from ZOG.  Germany was castrated by the Jews after WWII.  The german cucks are starting to realize that they are actually eunuchs, and they are not quite sure that they like it.  So ZOG is having to crank up the volume.

Internet-is-Beast Tue, 10/24/2017 - 04:45 Permalink

There should be a table associated with this map as well as a definition of what they are using as a terrorist event. Notice Eastern Ukraine. That is basically between Kiev and the break away republics of Luhansk and Donetsk and is not Islamic in origin. Ireland, in fact, does not report terrorist incidents with Islamic connections, so it is hard to see why it should be so covered by red dots. The map is highly suspect. Without more information Tyler should get rid of it. This is below ZH's former standards.

css1971 Tue, 10/24/2017 - 05:53 Permalink

Well. It's a tenfold increase, not fourfold...What the German authorities should do, is change how these things are recorded. Then, they can simply say "oh we changed how this is recorded so you can't compare this year and previous years numbers".This is EXACTLY what the Swedish government and UK governments did. Silly Germans didn't think that far in advance. Perhaps they believed their own bullshit about integration.