The Bookie Posted November 21, 2015 Share Posted November 21, 2015 The fear of the 'security risk' thing is so overblown it's comical to me. Like, really, what would the plan be - sprinkle in some trained operatives into the hundreds of thousands, spend months traveling by foot through dangerous areas or in rickety boats, more months spent in refugee camps, all with the hope that they'll both be skilled enough to slip through the security networks, and lucky enough to win the lottery and be taken in by a country overseas? Then, again if they're both skilled and lucky enough, succeed in pulling off some kind of minor terrorist attack? How can people say they are worried enough about their personal safety to deny helping other human beings in this situation? How is it even possible to be that cowardly? ISIS is facing two problems currently: their bank accounts are running low, and they're lacking in basic human infrastructure - doctors, engineers, etc. Why? Because the majority of the educated population left, and they took their money with them. 7 Things I Learned Reading Every Issue Of ISIS's Magazine Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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