Ireland is a “soft target” for terror and cyber-attacks, a group of Irish MEPs have warned in a stark new security report.
Ireland is indeed vulnerable to jihad terror, which is unidentified as such in the article, as always, since most media outlets have been bullied into never naming the jihad threat. Yet the main reason for Ireland’s vulnerability is not just because of its “underfunded defence and growing tech industry,” as stated by the Irish Members of European Parliament (MEP). The Irish government is the problem. It was recently revealed that it paid media to write positively about and promote a plan to bring in one million migrants. It is therefore no wonder that jihad terror is not specified in the article below about Ireland being a “soft target” for terror. That way, when jihad attacks happen, it will be blamed on funding, not the government, to which the blame is due.
The European Union plan has, and continues to be, to facilitate vast Muslim migration to every country throughout Europe, in the insane hope that the hijra will replace the aging European population, that the influx of Muslims will assimilate, pay taxes and support the future of Europe’s economy and social programs. Despite the overwhelming evidence of that this influx has instead created a catastrophe — including jihad attacks, no-go zones, lawlessness, attacks on women, sharia incursions — the European utopian dream continues. The article below also states that:
Ireland, as a neutral state whose armed forces are primarily involved in peace keeping, has an underfunded defence which makes the country a “soft target”.
Promoting a suicidal policy of mass migration against the will of the public hardly represents neutrality. In addition to the ruthlessness of paying the media to promote a heavy influx of Muslim migrants, it gets worse: the tiny Irish rural town of Lisdoonvarna was recently forced to take in a 33% population increase in migrants. Locals had no say, and feared being called “racist” if they dared to express any concerns.
“Ireland TERROR THREAT: ‘We are SOFT TARGET’ to terrorism and cyber-attacks warn MEPs”, by Joey Millar, Express, March 15, 2018:
IRELAND is a “soft target” for terror and cyber-attacks, a group of Irish MEPs have warned in a stark new security report.
The Republic of Ireland is “vulnerable” due to its underfunded defence force and growing tech industry, the group said.
A scathing report put together by MEPs from Fine Gael, Ireland’s ruling party, painted a dire picture of security on the island.
Investment in defence and cooperation with European allies – albeit not in the form of an EU Army, which they oppose – was essential, they urged.
The report, titled ‘Ireland and the EU: Defending Our Common European Home’, said: “Ireland is vulnerable to a growing number of security threats that face the world today.
“Threats that are increasingly interconnected and less predictable. Threats such as terrorism and cyber-attacks that can strike anywhere without warning.
“Ireland is not immune from security concerns. New threats and challenges are emerging and old ones are evolving in new circumstances.”
Ireland, as a neutral state whose armed forces are primarily involved in peace keeping, has an underfunded defence which makes the country a “soft target”, the report warned.
The MEPs’ report said: “Given our historic underinvestment in Defence Force infrastructure, we could be seen as a soft target in the current global security landscape.
“This calls for a serious conversation about national security. The first duty of public
representatives is to provide security for its citizens.
“In this context, we must strive to work as close as possible with EU partners and coordinate efforts in response to new and complex threats.”…..