A Times report warns “that only a small minority” of Islamic State jihadists are being monitored in Britain. This, despite “assurances from the police that those returning will be subjected to Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures.” The reason: because it’s just too expensive to keep track of them, so “the majority of returning jihadists ‘roam free.’” Another question: if the UK cannot prioritize its security because of high costs, then how is Britain (and other Western countries) affording the multitudes of migrants? The money is coming from somewhere: the taxpayer’s dwindling accounts.
This obvious fact about jihadist monitoring should have long ago awakened the British public to the need to hold the government accountable for the security of its citizens. The UK has seen horrific jihad attacks, and still most people are asleep. They have embraced the lie about “Islamophobia.”
This news about returning Islamic State jihadists should have been expected, particularly after the announcement last year that the British Home Office “lost track of more than 600,000 people who should have left the country” since 2016; and that’s only the UK. The German government admitted that it also lost track of “600,000 of its 1.1 million asylum seekers – and many could be using multiple identities to travel across Europe.” Among these are an unknown number of jihadists. They promised to infiltrate the refugee stream, and they did.