Religious Wars in Europe
The religious wars we predicted years ago and have covered on several occasions are picking up steam and are set to rip Europe apart. The situation is getting so bad that even the docile and mild-mannered Buddhists took things into their own hands and burned a mosque down. Things continue to spiral out of control, then we had the NICE bombings which is highlighted in the excerpt below, that was followed with priests being brutally murdered in France and then we had another Terrorist attack in Germany. The latest event deals with teenage punks in France burning a bus down and screaming Allah Akhbar
A truck smashed into a crowd in the French resort of Nice, killing at least 84 people in what President Francois Hollande on Friday called a “terrorist” attack on revellers enjoying a Bastille Day fireworks display. The driver, named by authorities as Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, barreled the truck two kilometres 1.3 miles) through the crowd on the palm-lined Promenade des Anglais, sending hundreds fleeing in terror and leaving the area strewn with bodies.
More than 80 were killed when a truck drove into a crowd watching a fireworks display. Bouhlel then opened fire on police before they shot him dead, said the regional president in Nice Christian Estrosi . Two guns, a number of fake weapons and grenades were discovered in the vehicle. As the sun rose on Friday morning, the lorry could still be seen where it finally came to a halt, its windscreen peppered with bullet holes. Bouhlel’s apartment was raided by police later on Friday.
Among the fatalities are ten children and adolescents. Some 200 people were injured with 49 in a critical condition and 18 in intensive care. Full Story
Religious Wars in Europe And The Religious Provocation Index
We don’t update the Religious provocation as often as we used to in the past because it has not experienced any pullback, and the trend is not showing any signs of weakening. We do, however, keep you informed of new trends as we are doing today.
Regarding violence in Europe and the US, the outlook will continue to spiral downwards. Religious war has now erupted in Europe; far-right groups are going to surge, and very brutal anti-immigrant laws will be passed, but In the midst of these laws will be equally brutally laws that will silently be introduced that will erode whatever little privacy Europeans have left. The real threat is your government.
Pause for a second now; someone wants this to happen, so they are doing everything possible to make sure that the Keg of Gunpowder explodes. The main reason for this problem is not immigrants or refugees or even Islam. Yes, some followers of Islam are rotten as hell and should probably be shot on the spot or jailed instantaneously, but that applies to many other groups.
Think about it, how come we did not have such terrible issues in the ’80s, 90’s or even early 2000 in Europe. Why have they spiralled out of control now? Something different was done, something that the Europeans did not agree to. Your Government betrayed you, they started a war or allowed a war to be started in the Middle East; that would virtually guarantee a refugee crisis and then to make it look like they were nice guys; they welcomed these refugees without checking who was coming in. If you bring in people, a thorough check needs to be done. Now they are finding out that a huge bunch of refugees are not even Syrian.
War is big money, and it serves two purposes; one to divert attention from the real issues at hand and second to enable select companies to rack in billions of dollars while bleeding the populace. Look at how America declined after the Iraqi war; we were against that war, stating right at the beginning that it was a bogus war, with a hidden agenda and that it would achieve nothing. We also openly disputed the original cost which was put at $500 billion stating that it would cost ten times more. Since then we have attacked nation after nation, but the lifestyle of the average American has taken a beating. We are on the verge of mimicking a third world country regarding wealth. The savings of the Top 100 CEO’s now equalled 41% of U.S families
The retirement savings accumulated by just 100 chief executives are equal to the entire retirement accounts of 41 per cent of U.S. families — or more than 116 million people, a new study finds.
In a report scheduled for release today, the Center for Effective Government and Institute for Policy Studies found that the 100 largest chief executive retirement funds are worth an average of about $49.3 million per executive, or a combined $4.9 billion. David C. Novak, the recently departed chief executive officer of Yum! Brands Inc., is at the top of the list, with total retirement savings of $234.2 million. Read full story on Bloomberg
Couple this with over 60% having less than $1000 in their savings account and you can see that the American dream is over. It no longer pays to work hard; more importantly, hard work no longer ensures success. The outlook on a global scale is not that much better; many Europeans are just working to make ends meet. Such an environment fosters resentment and anger; the idea is to look for someone to blame and the governments know this, and they introduce the necessary elements to create a war.
When you step back and look at the situation, it is easy to see how things unfolded.
No war in Syria= no Refugee Crisis. When you start from this angle, the whole picture takes a new look. Who backed the U.S when it wanted to attack Syria? Europe did. If they had not, then, perhaps there would have been no war in Syria, no attack in Libya, etc., etc. Each event displaced millions of millions of people who all now needed a place to call home. When Europe invited refugees, it just created an open-door policy, which allowed very bad elements who knew that the checks would be very lax to get into the country by pretending to be Syrian.
Secondly, if Europe had implemented a normal policy where every application was checked and filters put into place, the outlook would not have been so bad. But this point is moot, because as we stated if there were no war in Syria, Europeans would not have to deal with this issue. There are only two groups to blame:
- Europe’s government
- US Government for starting a war that they had no hope of ever winning and for dragging Europe into this mess.
All this is moot now for emotions have been stirred, and as we stated when emotions are stirred, nobody thinks or even wants to think. Hence, the NICE incident marks our official declaration that Europe is now in the midst of a full-blown religious war. Violence in Europe is going to soar at an unprecedented rate; North Europe is going to take the lead in this religious war that we labelled as the “clash of civilisations” last year. At this point, if you are in Europe, it might not be a bad idea to take self-defence classes, and learn how to protect yourself.
For the record our religious provocation index continues to surge to new highs every single month; it has never looked back even once. Violent attacks, crimes and antagonistic behaviour will continue to soar in the U.S and Europe; if you look at what’s taking place in America today, you can see violence is spiralling out of control. For now, in the U.S religion is not dominating the scene as is the case in Europe; in the US there is a showdown between the Law and Americans. For a long time, the law enforcement agencies have gotten away with murder regarding how they treat the average American. Now rage levels have hit the boiling point, so we expect to see a rapid reversal where individuals start taking the fight to law enforcing agents. It’s not going to be pleasant, and we have already witnessed a rise in such events over the past few weeks.
Surprisingly things are expected to cool down in Asia, Russia and to some degree South America as far as religious differences are concerned. General violence is expected to rise all over the world, and some incident is just waiting to unfold over the “South China Sea” dispute.
Simple advice: try not to let your emotions do the talking. When they do it’s game over, for you are no longer in control of the situation. The situation controls you.
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