There are at the very minimum 180 ISIS-trained terrorists at loose inside Germany, in addition to the 400 investigations underway against invaders posing as refugees, the head of the Federal Criminal Police Office of Germany (Bundeskriminalamt, BKA), has said.
Speaking in an interview with the Tagesspiegel newspaper, BKA chief Holger Münch said that his agency was aware of at least 850 legally resident “immigrants” in Germany who had left the country to go and fight for ISIS.
The number of such “immigrants” going to Syria has however declined in recent times due to the defeats suffered in ISIS—thanks to the Russian intervention.
Münch said that his agency was “concerned above all” with the question of what “special risks” the “jihadists from the Federal Republic,” who are back in Germany, pose to the country.
Asked by the newspaper if attacks on churches in Germany—such as that which happened in France—were a possibility, Münch said that he had “always expected that ISIS would hit symbolic targets with many civilian casualties” with the aim of unsettling the population.
“Attacks on churches are therefore conceivable, and we must, as a result, keep an eye on the radicalized people of which we are aware,” he said.
In this regard, he continued, the BKA has a list of around 520 people they class as serious potential terrorists.
“Of these, about half are currently in Germany, and about 80 are currently in custody,” he continued.
“So we need to keep track of at least 180 terrorists. Regionally, they are concentrated in urban areas such as Berlin, North Rhine-Westphalia, and the Rhein-Main area.”
In addition, Münch said, the BKA also tries to keep track of what the suspects still overseas are up to, so that they can monitor “returnees from Syria and Iraq.”
In addition to all of this, he added, the BKA also “needs to keep more than 360 so-called relevant persons under surveillance, as they are all identified potential supporters of terrorists.” This is not including what he called a “wide range of possible contact persons.”
Asked about the danger of refugee-terrorists, Münch said that the BKA was currently investigating some 400 reported cases among the invader camps in Germany.
“In many cases, there is concrete evidence, and this has led to more than 60 cases” throughout the country, he said.
He admitted that previous immigration to Germany had resulted in an increase in crime and terrorism, saying that the police “must not repeat the mistake of the 90s, where we did not pay enough attention to the effects of immigration on security. We must, for example, proceed quickly and resolutely against the establishment of any new criminal gang structures,” he said, referring to the large Arab, Turkish, and other nonwhite crime gangs which operate freely in Germany’s major cities.
Münch’s genuine ignorance of the real causes of nonwhite terrorism and crime in Germany was then revealed when he was asked what the solutions to the problem might be.
Münch said that the state needed to “intensively address the issue of immigration and its side effects.”
In this regard, he said, “Germany must invest heavily in integration and we as police have to analyze exactly what developments immigration triggers.”
In other words, Münch, like the rest of the establishment and its controlled media, appears to genuinely believe that the answer to the problem lies in “more integration”—and not the more obvious answer, which is the complete and total repatriation of all the nonwhite invaders in Germany back to their home countries.