CAMERON’s claims that we would be more at risk of war should we leave the EU is ludicrous.
It is the pathetic rambling of a man, slowly but surely losing the battle to keep the UK aligned to an organisation that is failing its members on a scale that is becoming more dangerous as we speak. Be under no illusions however, there will be war in Europe, irrespective of whether we opt out or not.
The adversary is already within. Leaving the EU and consequently securing our borders will make us safer, mainly by keeping the numbers of the militant Islamists population down and more manageable when it all kicks off. It has, of course, already begun.
Sweden, a country that has been the most welcoming to Muslim/Arab immigrants is already verging on civil war. Recent rioting involved untold numbers of young Muslim men and lasted more than a week.
Hundreds of cars were set alight and one resident described the area as looking like a battle scene.
On a recent visit to the country Mr Mudan Zahran, himself a Muslim, stated that Sweden’s welcoming and tolerance have been abused by Muslims. They have responded to Sweden’s kindness, by seeking to Islamise the country. Another resident remarked: “I just feel sad for the insults we get from many Arabs and Muslims in this town. We look on them as Swedes and they look on us as the enemy!”
How heart-wrenching and how telling is that? Germany has also received a series of riots perpetrated by Islamist militants. Last Ramadan largely unreported incidents involving mobs shouting Allahu Akbar torched cars and attacked the police in a series of incidents lasting up to four days.
France and Belgium have also experienced Islamic violence in their towns and cities. And on it goes. One of the results of the authority’s unwillingness to engage the situation is the emergence of many far right organisations.
Support for these parties is growing by the day. And they are prepared to meet violence with violence. Result? Civil war. EU or no EU.