Travel Advisories Now in Effect in Several European Countries Due to Terrorism
Over the past month, the State Department has issued heightened travel advisories to several European countries due to the threat of terrorism.
Italy, France, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Spain and Germany have all been upgraded to Level 2 Advisories, which instructs visitors to “exercise increased caution” while visiting. The stated reason for the leveled-up advisories in all three countries is “terrorism.”
“Exercise increased caution in Italy due to terrorism,” says the warning for visitors to Italy.
“Terrorist groups continue plotting possible attacks in Italy. Terrorists may attack with little or no warning, targeting tourist locations, transportation hubs, markets/shopping malls, local government facilities, hotels, clubs, restaurants, places of worship, parks, major sporting and cultural events, educational institutions, airports, and other public areas,” the warning continues.
The warnings for the other five countries offer the same advice.
The State Department has four levels of travel advisories:
- Level 1: Exercise Normal Precautions
- Level 2: Exercise Increased Caution
- Level 3: Reconsider Travel
- Level 4: Do Not Travel
Related is the fact that all four of these countries have imported vast groups of economic migrants from North Africa and the Middle East under the guise of humanitarian refugeeism. This has led to outrage among the citizenry in most of these countries, which have roundly rejected the idea that they should allow their homelands to be overrun by foreign invaders. The elite leaders of these nations have ignored the will of the people.
In response, the Italian citizenry elected Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini, who promised to deport migrants back to their home nations, and has done just that. France is in the midst of seven weeks of uprisings against the established government, mainly controlled by the Brussels-based European Union. Protestors have turned violent as French President Emmanuel Macron has openly worried about a potential coup.
Before millions of migrants were sent to Europe, one could travel safely without the worry of terrorist attacks. That was part of the continent’s charm, and one of the things that separated it from less civilized parts of the world like the Middle East.
Since things were going so well, globalist leaders figured they would step in to screw it up, likely permanently.
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