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No-go zones — elitist media and politicians claim they don’t exist. But they’d better tell that to Da’esh (ISIS), which, in a recently uncovered manifesto, brags that it has been using Western refugee programs to sneak terrorists into Europe with the aim of creating no-go zones. Perhaps even better described as Sharia-dominant mini-caliphates, Da’esh’s intent is to use the areas as bases from which to launch attacks such as the November 13 Paris massacre and the jihadist killings in San Bernardino yesterday.

In the 99-page manifesto entitled Black Flags from Rome, the social-media-savvy Da’esh boasts, “There were small armies of the Islamic State within every country of Europe by late 2014, and the intelligence agencies didn’t even know about it!” As InfoWars’ Paul Joseph Watson reports:

At least three individuals who posed as “refugees” have now been connected to the Paris attacks, including the mastermind behind the plot, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, who brazenly revealed how he exploited the migrant red carpet to plot bloodshed.

“My name and picture were all over the news yet I was able to stay in their homeland, plan operations against them and leave safely when doing so became necessary,” Abaaoud told Dabiq magazine.

The first Stade de France suicide bomber, Ahmad Almohammad, also used a fake Syrian passport to enter Europe as an asylum seeker via Greece.

“No doubt, some of these refugees were undercover fighters of Al Qa’idah and the Islamic State,” the ISIS manifesto states. “They were quick to take the opportunity of entering into the different countries of Europe (most probably as early as 2012). All this was happening under the nose of the European intelligence services whose job during this time (2012) was only to prevent European Muslims from entering Syria. (This shows how quick the Islamic groups were in planning ahead. Years before Europe even knew where its Muslim citizens were going — experienced Islamic fighters had already found safety in Europe.)”

It’s impossible to say precisely how many of Da’esh’s claims are accurate and how many are part of a psychological-operations campaign (psyops). Nonetheless, the manifesto’s publication is of the nature of Abaaoud’s open boasting of his exploits, and both get at a truth: P.T. Barnum rival David Hannum said “There’s a sucker born every minute” — and it seems most today are born in the West. We now know definitively that the Mideastern Muslim migrants entering Europe and the United States cannot be vetted. The FBI director has said so. The Greek government has said so. A NYC Syrian community leader has said so. Yet the same people who claim the West must send soldiers to the Middle East insist the Middle East must be brought to the West.

And it has arrived, in devastating style. As The Investigative Project on Terrorism writes, providing more details about the manifesto’s claims:

These highly trained fighters were instructed to form secret cells [in Europe] and wait until called on by the Islamic State’s self-proclaimed caliph, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. At that time they would “continue the Jihad and … seek revenge for the Western occupation of Muslim lands.” “Black Flags From Rome” claims the sleeper agents were well-trained in urban combat tactics similar to this month’s Paris attacks. It proudly contrasts past Al-Qaida’s terrorists with its fighters, whom it describes as “untrained” and “vulnerable,” noting that Western intelligence agencies never faced professionally trained fighters with combat experience.

“These young Europeans had been professionally trained, and given training most specific to the context of the war they would battle within Europe,” the manifesto says.

ISIS training included instruction on buying and firing weapons and making improvised explosives. Such training could explain the sophistication of the Paris attacks and the attackers’ competence in making suicide vests, which experts say takes weeks of training.

“Their locations were unknown, and police raids wouldn’t even have the same impact as unarmed lone wolf terrorists’ (sic), because these young men were armed and able to shoot back in groups…, the manifesto says.

Note that yesterday’s San Bernardino terrorist incident smacks of the above, at least to an extent. The two perpetrators, 28-year-old Syed Farook and 27-year-old Tashfeen Malik, not only carried four firearms — two of which were illegally obtained — but also were dressed in tactical gear and had an explosive device. It was a well-planned attack.

In a less publicized part of the Da’esh manifesto, the group expressed its intention to take its jihad global. As the Indian Express reports:

“The Islamic State would now expand beyond Iraq and Syria,” states the manifesto. “It would now expand into … India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan (and several other countries).”

… Future Islamic State battles, it claims, “will rage in every country, and this is why there is (sic) over one-and-a-half billion Muslims in the world”.

“They will fight the New World Order in every land and every place. The peak of this war against the New World Order will be the battle against al-Dajjal” [the false messiah in Islam].

As for the mini-caliphates known as “no-go zones,” Western authorities’ official line is that they don’t exist; after all, what government will admit that, due to weakness, it has lost control over parts of its territory? But as this writer has reported, the zones can be found in much of Western Europe. The Daily Caller informed last year, for instance, that primarily Muslim immigrant gangs now control 55 areas in Sweden; in fact, it is now claimed that Swedish paramedics may need body armor to enter such areas. And in France, wrote American Thinker in January, “There are 751 neighborhoods the French government believe [sic] they don’t fully control.”

Moreover, while mainstream media and other elitist sources claim that the mini-caliphate story is a rightist meme, the reality is that theNew York Times practically originated the story.

And the story gets bigger all the time. As Watson also reported on the Da’esh claims, “‘Al Qa’idah, the Islamic State and many Mujahideen groups thrived in areas where there was lawlessness because they could buy smuggled goods from the black market and train without fear of police. If police did come, the people in the area would inform everyone because this was a no-go zone for the police,’ states the manifesto.”

Unfortunately, the biggest no-go zone in today’s West is the Truth. As Dr. Thomas Sowell wrote earlier this year, the West’s tragic mistake “of importing millions of people from a culture hostile to the fundamental values of Western culture” won’t be reconsidered by elites “until disastrous consequences become far too big to ignore — which is to say, until it is too late.”

Until then, we’ll hear talk about gun control, “racism,” and “safe spaces,” as the elites make the whole nation a very unsafe space for everyone.





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