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Is ISIS Exploiting Europe's 'Migrant' Crisis? Survey Says...

Migrants wait to register with the police at a refugee center in the southern Serbian town of Presevo, Monday, Nov. 16, 2015. Refugees fleeing war by the tens of thousands fear the Paris attacks could prompt Europe to close its doors, especially after police said a Syrian passport found next to one attacker’s body suggested its owner passed through Greece into the European Union and on through Macedonia and Serbia last month. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)

Well, well, well:

Hundreds of asylum-seekers entering Norway were discovered to have images of ‘executions’ and ‘severed heads’ on their mobile phones. The revelation comes amid heightened fears that ISIS is exploiting the migrant crisis to smuggle fighters into Europe, following last month’s attacks in Paris.

Police admitted that the ‘explosion’ of refugees crossing into the country over the summer and in recent months meant that security checks were less thorough than required, and weren’t checking the background of those entering the country.

In other words, there are no background checks — and how could there be, given the savage nature of the lands from which the “migrants” are entering Europe? Merkel’s Folly is just getting underway.

The Police Immigration Service (PU) in Norway has been forced to work overtime and under severe pressure due to the massive numbers of asylum-seekers hoping to take refuge in the country.

But after searching belongings and mobile phones belonging to refugees and migrants crossing the border, police discovered ‘hundreds’ of examples of ‘photos and videos of executions and brutal punishments, such as images of people holding up severed heads or hands’. They also reportedly found photographs of dead children and other victims of war, crimes and terrorism.

Numerous images of ISIS flags and symbols belonging to other terrorist organisations were also found, according to Norwegian newspaper Nettavisen.

But, hey, this is friendly Norway, home of the Lilyhammer ethos, where cultural enemies are just friends who are trying to kill us whom we haven’t met yet.

Erik Haugland, head of Norway’s asylum programme pointed out that it was possible the images were on the phones for innocent reasons. He explained that asylum-seekers might have the photographs in order to bear witness to the war and horrors they were fleeing in their home country, or they may have been a tactic to sneak through jihadi-controlled areas unharmed. He added that although the images may seem alarming, there are possible innocent explanations.

Sure, and that porn your boss found on your work computer was just research.

Meanwhile, an ISIS manifesto released earlier this month boasted of plans to exploit the migrant crisis to sneak jihadists into Europe.

Honestly, Europe may just be too stupid to live. The Germans have been trying to kill it since the Sack of Rome, and now they may finally have succeeded.