Germany: “We have substantial reports that among the refugees are hit squads”
"As of August 9, 2016 the [Obama] administration has already admitted 61,232 refugees this fiscal year, including 8,114 from Syria, 7,322 from Iraq, 7,067 from Somalia, 2,838 from Iran, and 1,924 from Afghanistan. By all accounts the Obama administration will achieve, if not exceed its goal of 10,000 Syrian refugees resettled in the U.S. this year and pursue a plan to resettle another 100,000 refugees in the U.S. next year.
[Senator] Sessions notes that the threat of infiltration by terrorists is real, pointing out that at least 40 people admitted to the U.S. as refugees since September 11, 2001 have been implicated in terrorism."
-Breitbart - Aug. 10, 2016
The solution? Bring in more refugees!
“ISIS sleepers ‘arrived as refugees’ in Germany, ready for action – top intel official,” RT, August 11, 2016 (thanks to Graham):
Hit squads linked with ISIS terrorists have infiltrated Germany camouflaged as refugees, the head of Bavaria’s intelligence service warns. citing “irrefutable evidence” of planned attacks in the country in the wake of recent assaults by migrants.
“We have to accept that we got hit squads and sleeper cells here in Germany,” Manfred Hauser, vice-president of Bavaria’s department of the Office for the Protection of Constitution (BfV) told BBC Radio 4.
His agency is now looking into hundreds of potential cases of terrorists who made their way to Germany disguised as refugees.
“We have substantial reports that among the refugees are hit squads,” Hauser claimed. BfV is getting the information from various sources, he added, including from interviews with asylum seekers arriving in the country.
The risk of terror attacks by the sleepers is “very high” according to the official. The BfV has “irrefutable evidence that there is an ISIS command structure that makes an attack in Germany highly possible.”
The Federal chief of BfV Hans-Georg Maassen said in February that he had “over 100 tip-offs” on ISIS (Formerly known as IS, ISIS/ISIL) terrorists in Germany who pretended to be asylum seekers.ISIS is not “formerly known as IS, ISIS/ISIL.” The real name of the group is the Islamic State. IS is an acronym of that. The group’s former name is the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham, i.e., the Levant, hence ISIS or ISIL. But the group actually discarded that name on June 29, 2014.
On Thursday, Germany’s Interior Minister Thomas de Maizeire came out with proposals on boosting anti-terror measures inside the country. As part of the plan the official said that “deporting of criminal refugees” should be made easier….