More Islamic State jihadis now in UK than Britons in Syria fighting the Islamic State

More Islamic State jihadis now in UK than Britons in Syria fighting the Islamic State:

“The source told the Daily Star Sunday that up to 300 people who have returned from Syria after fighting for Isis are believed to be living in the London borough of Tower Hamlets, using innocent Muslims as cover.”

Why don’t those innocent Muslims turn them in to authorities?

Why were they admitted back into Britain in the first place? They joined an entity that repeatedly reiterated that it was at war with Britain and called upon Muslims to murder British police, soldiers, and civilians. They are enemy combatants. Whose bright idea was it to let them back into Britain to run around loose? Why, Theresa May’s, of course. She is much more concerned with keeping foes of jihad out of Britain than protecting her people from Islamic State jihadis. If she had kept these jihadis from returning, her Muslim constituency might have been offended.

“Welcome to JIHAD BRITAIN: More Islamic State nuts here than Brits fighting ISIS,” by Patrick Williams, Daily Star, February 4, 2018:

Senior MI5 spies fear hardened fighters have returned to the UK intent on recruiting more fanatics to carry out attacks on our shores.

Intelligence chiefs believe hundreds of Brits have returned to the UK and are now living in areas with the highest concentrations of Muslims.

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The Global Famine Begins: UN Announces That The Worst Food Crisis Since World War II Is Happening Right Now

The Global Famine Begins: UN Announces That The Worst Food Crisis Since World War II Is Happening Right Now:

We always knew that this would start happening.  Earlier this month, I wrote about the severe economic problems that are plaguing South America, but up to this point I have neglected to discuss the horrific famines that are breaking out all over Africa.  Right now there is a desperate need for food in South Sudan, Somalia, northeast Nigeria, Eritrea and Kenya.  And Yemen, even though it is not technically part of Africa, is being affected by many of the same factors that are crippling nations all over eastern Africa.  The United Nations says that more than 20 million people could die from starvation and disease if nothing is done.  When I write about economic collapse, this is the kind of thing that I am talking about, and we are starting to see alarming conditions spread across the globe.  Many believe that we could never possibly face this kind of food crisis in the western world, but unfortunately wishful thinking will only get you so far.

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