Immigrant-Terror Networks “Already in US”
American security officials “fear” that “terror networks have already been established inside America,” thanks to the pro-Third World open borders immigration policy pursued by successive U.S. administrations.
The officials, speaking to the VOA news service, also said it was clear that “a lot of this predated ISIL,” using an acronym for the Islamic State or ISIS.
The VOA report said that “after years of undercover work, the U.S. is starting to pull back the veil on what appear to be loose-knit, perhaps deeply rooted networks of would-be terrorists who support each other even as many prepare to act alone.”
The report said that “concern has reached all the way to the White House,” and that after a meeting with national security officials late Thursday at the Pentagon, President Barack Obama said, “It’s conceivable that there are some networks here [in the U.S.] that could be activated,” and that “more needs to be done” to counteract them.
The VOA said that former counterterror officials warned that doing so “promises to be difficult,” because what holds these networks together “cannot be undone simply by trying to dismantle a single terror group.”
“The differences between al-Nusra and ISIS [Islamic State] and al-Qaida and al-Shabab, for the regular people, it’s a distinction without a difference,” said Seamus Hughes, deputy director of George Washington University’s Program on Extremism. “What’s really underlying it is the ideological underpinnings that drive these people.”
“If ISIS is eliminated tomorrow and moves on, there are going to be other groups that pop up, and these individuals are already primed,” said Hughes, who previously worked at the National Counterterrorism Center. “They’ll latch onto the next foreign terrorist organization.”
Ten people have been arrested in Virginia on terror-related charges since March 2014, according to Hughes. Only New York (18) and Minnesota (13) have seen more terror-related arrests in that period of time.
“A lot of these cases have to do with in-person … recruitment or radicalization, where they reinforce each other,” Hughes said.
According to a report in the Daily Mail of December 2015, at least 66 people had been arrested in America over ISIS plots in the previous 18 months, including “refugees” who had been given safe haven.
They include at least six “refugees” from Bosnia: three living in Missouri, two in Illinois, and one in New York, who were charged last year for sending money and military equipment to ISIS.
Others include dozens of Somalis from Minnesota who went to fight for ISIS in Syria.
The U.S. government’s policy works therefore in two ways to endanger Americans: firstly, by inciting the world’s Muslim population against America by militarily intervening in the Middle East on behalf of Israel.
The military intervention provides further “proof” and motivation for these Muslims, who are already under instruction from their religion to wage war on its behalf, to take up arms against the infidels.
Secondly, at the very same time that the U.S. military is bombing and alienating the entire Muslim world, the government imports hundreds of thousands of Muslim “refugees” into the United States.
The combination of these policies, if not actually being implemented, would be dismissed by any normal person as nothing short of insane.