President Donald Trump, who is known for conveying his ideas very clearly to both his voters and the opposition, made the French president very nervous with a simple question during the NATO summit.
President Trump appeared before the press with France’s President Emanuele Macron this week during the NATO summit in London, following a bilateral meeting.
In response to a journalist’s question about ISIS prisoners in U.S. military custody, President Trump pointed out that they had an enormous number of ex-combatants of the terrorist group who come from Europe including from France.
“I haven’t talked to the president about that,” he said, adding to Macron, “Would you like some nice ISIS fighters?”
President Macron, visibly annoyed by the clarity of the question, defended himself saying: “Let’s be serious” and made some comments but he did not answer the question.
To that, President Trump responded very sincerely by looking at the journalists, “This is why he is a great politician because that was one of the greatest non-answers I have ever heard.”
The issue of radicalized Europeans who went to Syria to fight in the ISIS ranks against the armies of their own countries of origin is a very uncomfortable issue for European globalist leaders.
This problem highlights the consequences of the policy of open borders that the European Union, and France in particular, has implemented over the last decade.
The Muslim population in France is increasing exponentially and creating an increasingly larger minority that is not diluted and mixed with the local population but, on the contrary, has almost completely occupied neighborhoods and areas of the country where people live according to Shariah.
In fact, the demographic forecasts for France, with almost 10% of the Muslim population of immigrant origin, are truly disturbing.
A study by expert Charles Gave, economist, fund manager, and political commentator, predicted that, at this rate, in 40 years’ time the nonwhite Muslim population will be majority in France.
” And so, within 40 years at the latest, it is almost certain that the majority of the population will be Muslim in Austria, Germany, Spain, Italy, Belgium and Holland,” the expert wrote, according to The Washington Times.
“Again, these are not predictions but calculations, and I do not even call for new immigrants,” he added, clarifying that this data comes from the comparative study of the fertility rates of the different racial groups currently residing in Europe. If this population increases, this rate could accelerate, he warns.
“The immense news of the next 30 or 40 years will thus be the disappearance of the European populations, whose ancestors have created the modern world. And with these populations will disappear the diverse and complementary European nations that have made an immense success of the old continent for at least five centuries,” the expert added.
But not only France or Europe face this challenge, in the United States, the Muslim Brotherhood, a radical group that aims to create a global caliphate that applies Shariah across the globe, is actively and successfully recruiting members in the prison system.
A recent investigation by journalist Ami Horowitz into the Muslim Brotherhood revealed that between 35,000 and 40,000 prisoners convert to Islam each year and that 15% of prisoners in the United States are Muslims.
“The prison system in the United States is fertile ground for Islamic radicalization,” Donohue said.
President Trump has already mentioned on several occasions that he is considering declaring it an international terrorist organization.
In fact, in July 2018, the U.S. Congressional Subcommittee on Homeland Security organized a series of hearings on, The Muslim Brotherhood’s Global Threat to determine what dangers the Muslim Brotherhood poses to U.S. interests around the world, according to the Hudson Institute.
French President Emmanuel Macron fact-checked President Trump in real time about his claim that many ISIS fighters are coming from Europe. Trump's response: "That was one of the greatest non-answers I’ve ever heard" https://t.co/wlAGOZa37d pic.twitter.com/EZd0yL0E7U
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