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Dec 26 2016

Testing European Border Security

Remember when James O’Keefe demonstrated the seriousness of our border defenses by wading across the Rio Grande in an Osama bin Laden costume? In the aftermath of the Christmas market massacre in Berlin, here is the European version:

A Danish citizen claims to have shown how “pathetic” the security is between the German and Danish border.

The man, dressed as an Isis fighter with a fake gun and the terror network’s flag, claims in a video to have crossed the border several times.

In his several alleged crossings back and forth between the two countries, not once is he stopped or questioned by any authorities.

This suggests that no European country is more secure than the one with the most suicidal policy regarding Islamic colonists, namely Germany.

Via Vlad Tepes Blog:

On a tip from Rob E.

7 Responses to “Testing European Border Security”

  1. Take The Red Pill says:

    When I saw the title to this article, the first thought to cross my mind was “WHAT European ‘border security’?” I then read the article, and found that my first thought was right.
    Those who won’t secure their borders, also can’t protect their culture — and soon thereafter, they won’t have a culture to protect.

  2. rocky says:

    This isn’t news. Denmark and Germany are both part of the Schengen Area ( and there haven’t been border controls for these countries for some years. That is why the ‘refugees’ came through Greece and Italy. Lax entry controls there. Once they’re in, they can travel freely.
    The same can be said of the United States. Once someone is in, they can travel from state to state with no impediments.

  3. KHarn says:

    It’s like the sign at the border post of “Grand Fenwick” in “The Mouse that roared”:
    “If guard is not on duty, please close gate after entering”.

  4. KHarn says:

    If “THEY!” were smart, “THEY!” would work to make the world WORTH ruling instead of the shit-hole it’s becoming.

  5. 762x51 says:

    Let me begin by saying I don’t give a crap about Europe or it’s border problems, they have brought it upon themselves.

    O’Keefe’s “crossing” was almost 2 1/2 years ago in Aug 2014. We know that Border Patrol at most captures 54% of illegals crossing the southern border.

    “In fiscal year 2012 (Oct. 2011 to Sept. 2012), OFO reported 10,396 Cuban “inadmissibles” compared to 41,523 in fiscal year 2016 a more than 400 percent increase. But the number of Cubans showing up at ports of entry has increased steadily compared to the number of Haitians, which jumped from 334 in fiscal year 2015 to 6,424 in fiscal year 2016.”

    “In 2015, U.S. Customs and Border Protection employees apprehended more than 2,000 immigrants not from Mexico crossing the border illegally. In just the first four months of 2016 there were more than 2,500 such immigrants apprehended. Hernandez says they’ve seen a 225 percent jump compared to this time last year.”


    Which means that nearly that same number successfully crossed. What is missing is the FACT that a high percentage of these OTM’s are from the MIDDLE EAST, terrorist hots spots like Afghanistan and Pakistan and Syria. If only 5 percent are from those terrorist hot spots, then 31 terrorists per month have been entering the U.S. illegally every month with the tacit approval of the federal government. That is
    375 terrorists this year alone, what could go wrong with that?

    Then there is this:

    I have been there and seen the bodies myself, we find them on every Border Op. Some die from exposure, some die from accidental causes like falls, some die from animal attacks and some are murdered and dumped there by the cartels. Europe has no where near the problem America has with porous borders.

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