The PJ Tatler

Where the Wild Things Are

One way to help solve the problem of the so-called “lone wolf” Islamic terrorist — a misnomer, since these “wolves” are not acting alone, but in the name of Islam, rather than in concert with others — might to ban all immigration and travel to and from the countries where they originate. Fortunately, we know exactly where they are:

A recent terrorism survey (Global Terrorism Index) found that five nations (Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nigeria and Syria, in that order) accounted for 80 percent of all terrorism related deaths in 2013 and even more in 2014. Four Islamic terrorist organizations (ISIL, al Qaeda, Boko Haram and the Taliban) account for nearly 70 percent of all terrorist deaths. Many of the lesser terror groups are also Islamic.

In fact, of the top ten nations by terrorist activity (Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nigeria, Syria, India, Somalia, Yemen, Philippines and Thailand) only India and the Philippines had a significant minority of terrorist deaths that were not carried out by Moslems. In those two countries the minority terrorists were leftist rebels who had not noticed the collapse of radical socialism in 1989. Meanwhile the rapid growth in Islamic terrorism violence caused the total number of terrorist acts to increase 44 percent in 2013 over 2012.

But no, we’ll probably just bring more of them over as “refugees,” then wonder what happened when they go marching off to war against the infidel.