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    Ramsey Paul says that there is an incorrect assumption from liberals that inside every person is a secret white European but it's often not true. For many there is a wish to impose a culture from a different continent and on the extreme side there is the will of ISIS pushing someone. Paul claims this is a given and at this point we have a choice to make, either surrender our way of life or control the borders and vet the people who have come in during the last 20 years or so with a view to deporting some of them.





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    That may be a bit extreme. There are better solutions to the same problem which do not include mass deportation.
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    (Original post by Nurne)
    That may be a bit extreme. There are better solutions to the same problem which do not include mass deportation.
    What sort of solutions?


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    Background: Many of the terrorists we see in these attacks are disenfranchised young Muslim men living in the West with previous mental health or familial problems. Feeling as if they have nothing to turn to and that life cannot get any worse they offer their lives to terrorist organisations such as ISIS due to their promise of a ticket to Jannah (Paradise) as a martyr.

    Solution 1 can occur here instead of these young men feeling as if they have no one to turn to we need to use mental health centres and Muslim community centres to prevent them becoming radicalised by offering a helping hand during their tough times.

    Step 1: Many terrorists including the terrorist involved in the Nice attack was radicalised over the Internet using ISIS propaganda over Twitter, Facebook and other social media as fuel for their radicalisation.

    Solution 2: Close the ISIS accounts down as quickly as they start sharing propaganda to prevent further radicalisation and monitor those who continuously seek ISIS propaganda in their browser history.

    Step 2: Many of these terrorists then go to so called terrorist training camps in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Libya. There they learn how to use weapons and fight using military tactics as seen during the Paris attacks of November last year. They are then encouraged to return to their countries in the West and act in small groups to co-ordinate terrorist atrocities.

    Solution 3: Prevent them from ever returning from those countries by tracking suspected terrorists of the last place they were spotted. If the last place the suspect was spotted was Gaziantep (a town on the southern border of Turkey) it is highly likely that the suspect entered ISIS held territory and therefore it would be fair for police to put the suspect into custody on his return.

    Step 3: The small terrorist groups gather weapons, explosives and plan for the terrorist attack often using a safehouse as a store for their weapons. In order to create explosives the terrorists would likely buy a large amount of ammonium nitrate (a fertiliser) which can be used easily to make an explosive such as the ones seen in the Oklahoma City bombings and the Bali bombings.

    Solution 4: As it is unlikely that the police would be able to track weapon sales or the illegal movement of weapons, it would be more logical to track the purchase of ammonium nitrate. As it is a fertiliser it is highly unlikely that a city dweller would need a large amount of fertiliser or wholesalers could report any suspicious buyers.
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    If Europe starts deporting people because they don't hold the same worldview we may as call an end to the enlightenment and all go and live under a cave.

    What next?

    Are you going to deport Christians who are stay against gay people having sex or British republicans who want to abolish the monarchy.
 
 
 
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