November 28, 2015
Following the Paris attacks, everyone was all like “yeah, well, maybe we shouldn’t let all these people who are killing us on the streets come into our country?”
The Jews then began circulating the meme that ISIS was against open borders in Europe, and that if we closed them, that would be “letting ISIS win.”
This meme was on display in the US recently, when during a Trump rally in Columbus, Ohio, teenage protesters began chanting “hating Moslems helps ISIS.”
The convoluted logic behind this claim was that if the West shows Moslems that we are really, really nice people, that fewer Moslems will want to kill us (hence, ISIS does not want us to be super-nice). This logic is meant to appeal to the fundamental innocence of the average White European, who cannot imagine that someone would want to kill you after you were nice to them.
Regardless of whether or not this does or doesn’t make sense in the abstract, it is fully disproved by actual reality. All of the Moslems involved in terrorism in the West have been people we were super-nice to.
The mere fact that they are attacking us in our countries means we were nice enough to let them in.
The Paris attackers themselves were given citizenship in France and Belgium – one was an asylum seeker. All of them we were incredibly nice to. They repaid us with death.
What’s more, new leaked French police files show the “mastermind” of the Paris attacks mocking Europe’s open-borders policy, showing that ISIS absolutely is not opposed to open-borders.
The ringleader behind the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris had plans to strike Jewish targets and to disrupt schools and the transport system in France, according to sources close to the investigation.
Abdelhamid Abaaoud, a Belgian national of Moroccan origin, also boasted of the ease with which he had re-entered Europe from Syria via Greece two months earlier, exploiting the confusion of the migrant crisis and the continent’s passport-free Schengen system, the sources said on Friday.
Their comments, confirming excerpts from a confidential police witness statement leaked to a French magazine this week, fleshed out a picture of the Islamic State militant who spearheaded the Nov. 13 attacks targeting cafes, a concert hall and sports stadium in Paris in which 130 people were killed.
The witness statement, quoted in the Valeurs Actuelles weekly magazine, describes how Abaaoud approached his cousin Hasna Ait Boulahcen two days after the killing spree asking her to hide him while he prepared further attacks.
The witness statement also described how Abaaoud had boasted about slipping into Europe with refugees fleeing Syria’s civil war and then spending two months in France undetected prior to the Nov. 13 attacks.
“France – zero,” it quoted him as saying.
On Friday, the Paris prosecutor’s office said it would open a preliminary investigation into how the confidential police witness statement was leaked to the press.
An emotional concept such as “if we are really nice to them they won’t kill us” has no place in state policy, whatever the case. The same goes for the idea you would follow a certain policy simply because you perceive that the enemy wants you to do something different; the policy should be evaluated on its merit, not on theorizing how an enemy may potentially feel about it.
In this case, the fact that both elements of the plan are wholly disprovable makes it even stupider.