Five Days and Two 'Known Wolf' Terror Attacks, Yet No Apparent Concern from Western Governments
We've seen two more "Known Wolf" terror attacks in the West, and yet Western government authorities seem unwilling to acknowledge, let alone begin to address, the "Known Wolf" terror problem.
I first identified the "Known Wolf" terror trend and coined the term in October 2014 here at PJ Media, noting that many, possibly most, Islamic terrorists who actually committed terrorism in the West were already known to Western law enforcement, national security agencies, and intelligence services.
Yet sufficient action was not taken to prevent them from conducting terror attacks:
Since then, I've chronicled (in nearly two dozen articles) the continuation of the "Known Wolf" terrorism trend, including the Berlin Christmas market terrorist that killed 12 and wounded 56 others:
In September, I noted that 12 of the 14 Islamic terror attacks in the U.S. during the Obama administration were by suspects already known to authorities:
Earlier today, British Prime Minister Theresa May told the House of Commons that yesterday's still-unnamed Westminster terror killer had already been investigated by MI5 over his extremist views:
The same is true for the Paris Orly airport attacker this past weekend, who was also already known to French authorities:
What's the use of having a "terror watch list" if all Western authorities are going to do is watch them kill the citizens they are paid to protect?
Even right now, British authorities are invoking the long-discredited "lone wolf" terrorism theory to explain yesterday's Westminster attack, including British Defense Minister Michael Fallon:
Meanwhile, in a series of raids, British authorities are arresting a number of people in connection with yesterday's attack:
Naturally, many have had enough of the "lone wolf" myth and would prefer to hear the truth: