The War Is Knock, Knock, Knockin’ At Your Door

The chaos of the international jihad has come to the streets of Western Europe.

European cities that have stood for centuries have been rocked by wide spread violence. The young children of immigrants who came to Europe post World War II as part of guest worker applications have rejected contemporary society, are now frustrated by unemployment, and have cast aside the holy and peaceful Islamic teachings of their parents in despair.

Individuals not as opposed to the 9-11 terrorists are providing hopeless folks a bogus “cause”. Enlisting them into their “holy army”, activities like vandalism, drug dealing, arms trafficking, and killing civilians in acts of terror are ordered and acted upon. Not all crime can be blamed on terrorist rhetoric, but it is a disturbing trend.

Simply because firearms are banned in several European countries, citizens and even the police are defenseless as these fanatic criminals and agents of terror fight for handle of the streets and the culture.

Amongst the gang members who stalk the streets of Oslo, Paris, and other European cities, some just fight for territories in their countries, while others see every fight as component of a international war against “non-believers”.

Police resources are stretched thin, and in numerous European nations, they are quickly realizing that better weapons do not guarantee victory.

There are many neighborhoods that police fear to enter, and the typical citizen is not in a position to shield themselves from gang violence and extortion. Police lack the instruction to deal with the urban pandemonium that they are exposed to on a every day basis.

And although the concerns major to the violence are complicated and not easily resolved, keeping safe on the street is a little clearer. Either you fight to survive, or you turn into yet another innocent victim in the war.

Keep in mind, this is not the very first time in history that gangs and psychotic fanatics had been a threat to peaceful civilian living.

In reality, comparable conditions existed in Shanghai, China during the very first half of the twentieth century. Gangs of thugs ruled the city and the police division was BADLY outnumbered. That was until William Fairbairn, a Globe War I veteran and hand-to-hand combat expert by way of Japan, cleaned property and led the charge to take back the city.

Just like in Shanghai, numerous European cities are in imminent danger of becoming destroyed from within if excellent individuals do not start to fight back (Canadian and U.S. cities are not that far behind on the list).
SABUNG AYAM