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2110, 27 Nov 15

“more dangerous than those from al-Qaida”


The Austria Press Agency cited German federal police chief Hans-Georg Maasen as saying that some who blend in with the migrants fought with IS and are planning a “combat mission” once they arrive in Europe. He said Thursday that his office knows of 7,900 Islamic radicals in Germany who advocate violence to advance their goals, with some trying to win migrants to their cause.

He said German authorities receive one or two “fairly concrete tips” a week of planned terrorist activity. And he described IS extremists as “combat-hardened professionals” more dangerous than those from al-Qaida


2110, 27 November 2015


  1. Kevin Scheunemann

    Clearly, the wrong side is serious about this war.

    We need a better leader to win this war, fast. Maybe France can win it.

  2. Mark maley

    And whom would that be ?

    One term senator Ted Cruz ? I thought inexperience was a problem for the current POTUS

    Marco Rubio – see Cruz , Ted

    Dr Carson ? He thinks the Catholic Church and the US government are a part of a “End of Days ” scenario ( that is what his religion believes ) and that the Chinese are in Syria.

    And then there’s America’s number 1 believer in conspiracy theories – Donald Trump.

    Once these folks get 70% of the angry old men vote and the Dems get 90% of the rest of the pie , it’s 8 more years

    Sorry to ruin the weekend

  3. Dan

    Hey, according to dead brain liberals, like Obama, Sanders, Kerry Clinton, global warming/climate change/global cooling is far more dangerous than terrorists.
    Which of course, shows why liberalism is a disease that corrupts and destroys millions of brain cells.

  4. Northern Pike

    If you own ocean-front property (or depend upon it for your livelihood) and sea levels continue rise due to melting glaciers, then, yes, the rise in earth’s temperatures will have far more impact on your life than the present pace of scattered terror attacks, whether they occur at a Paris bistro or Planned Parenthood office.

  5. Pat

    I’m more concerned about domestic terrorism like that which happened in Colorado. But it appears that the GOP doesn’t share the same concern by their silence. Why?

  6. Owen

    Of course you do… it fits your lefty narrative much better.

  7. Pat

    No Owen, why don’t you explain why the GOP is silent. I can only guess what the “lefty narrative” would be.

  8. Owen

    I can only speak for myself, and I’ve been silent because I’ve been hunting. But as far as threats to the homeland go, the Islamic State – in the form of terrorism at home and regional destabilization abroad – ranks far higher than the occasional nutjob who goes on a killing spree in the U.S.

  9. Pat

    I can accept that as you speaking for yourself. But that doesn’t explain the GOP’s silence.

  10. T of B

    Two reasons why the GOP is silent: 1) there is nothing they can say that will not be turned into a political shitstorm by the left & 2) the left is doing a pretty predictable job of making up enough shit to go around for everyone. I hear the meme being pushed onto the low-info minions is “Christian terrorism'”. As if there is any connection between this guy and Christianity. I do believe a connection will be made between Colorado’s legalization of marijuana & use of it by people that are mentally ill. Accounts are that the guy was a life long doper, did not discuss religion or politics, and for all practical purposes could not carry on a lucid conversation.

  11. Pat

    So, T of B, you’re saying, (1) the GOP hasn’t said anything about Colorado because they are afraid, and (2) well 2 doesn’t make any sense for a reason of silence.

  12. Mark maley

    T of B

    You conveniently did not mention the police reports about the assailant talking about
    Baby parts

    Sorry if that hurts the narrative .

    There are no actual “facts ” yet but the excuse making is Incredibly active

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