The Islamist regime of Recip Erdogan in Turkey is clearly using 4th generation warfare against its neighbors in Europe:
An explosive report has revealed that close associates of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and officials of his AKP Party are funding and arming criminal gangs in Germany. This information reportedly was leaked by German intelligence to several media outlets, which subsequently published the allegations…
In response to this week’s media reports, State Office for the Protection of the Constitution chairperson Burkhard Freier described the biker gang as a “paramilitary organization.” Said Freier to ZDF: “For us, the Osmanen Germania working as security guards, carrying guns, engaging in violent crimes and clashing with other groups show that they are a paramilitary group. Their political agenda also strengthens this impression.”
Founded in 2015, “Osmanen Germania” advocates an ideological mix of Islamism and Turkish nationalism.
In May 2016, German police intercepted a weapons shipment of automatic weapons to the group…
Read the entire story at the link above. Kemal Ataturk established a secular Turkish government at the beginning, and the country has long sought acceptance into Europe. Integrating Turkey into Europe has been problematic, though, due to history, culture and not least of all, significant religious differences. In recent years the secular nature of Turkey has been undermined, and under Erdogan the country’s actions are coming to resemble those of Iran — a revolutionary, totalitarian regime determined to export its particular brand of Islam.
Europe can ill afford to bring in any more “refugees” who can then serve as shock troops for subversive activities or engage in general mayhem. The best way to shut down that threat is to close the border and expel of all the “refugees” admitted in recent years. A fitting policy would be to void the residency of any who arrived after September 11, 2001. Given his own public statements (essentially threats), Erdogan has no grounds to complain about such a policy.
It’s telling that Western nations are putting up with fifth columns in their midst that are demonstrably receiving outside support. Previous generations would have considered such active subversion as an act of war and responded accordingly.
If Erdogan’s ‘warning’ that “If Europe continues this way, no European in any part of the world can walk safely on the streets” is seen to be more than idle rhetoric, perhaps the old ways of dealing with such threats will return. In the meantime, the U.S. would do well to stop importing its own agents of subversion. Generous “visa lotteries,” combined with chain immigration, will only lead to more alien influence within our borders.