When The Unaccompanied Minor Refugee Becomes The Terrorist In The Attic – The Parsons Green Terrorist Suspect.

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by Ruby Henley

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As an unaccompanied minor refugee he was allowed entry into the UK, and found a home with a foster family in Sunbury on Thames.  They were well-meaning and had fostered many refugees before this young Iraqi; however, they did admit this young man was different.  He seemed angry, and it concerned them.  Their home filled with prayer mats and an endless stream of cell phone conversations worried them, yet, little did they know, their home was being monitored by the police.
Now, foster parents, Ron and Penny Jones, are staying with relatives as counter-terror police search their home.  They were Westerners, who had been praised for fostering hundreds of children.  The Joneses admitted that, “We’ve had a real mix of children from Iraq, Eritrea, Syria, Albania, and Afghanistan.” They are stunned to see the police searching their home for clues about the Parsons Green terrorist attack.
The detectives will be seeking to establish if those responsible for the failed attack had travelled to Britain as genuine refugees, or if they were actually members of Islamic State of of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) who had been sent to specifically carry out an attack.
Will Geddes, CEO of security consultants ICP, said he believed those responsible may have “infiltrated” the UK. He said: ‘“I think the age of the man arrested is significant, we are not talking about people in their 40s or 50s we are talking about young people. This is a generational struggle that will be difficult to root out.”


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Now a young man, 18, is being held in the Dover area under the Terrorism Act, and the tube explosion has been declared a terrorist incident.  Most of the 29 injured suffered flash burns from a device ‘with timer.” The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack.  
None of this surprises me, as we knew this would eventually happen.  It had been stated that a large majority of the “unaccompanied minors” were not children…some were, in fact, 17 and 18 years of age. They were being placed in middle schools with actual children, and it made it impossible for teachers to keep order in their classrooms.  They simply could not handle the division in ages, and most of the unaccompanied minors could not speak English.  Yet, their cries fell on deaf ears.
Theresa May rebuked President Trump for what she says was an “unhelpful” tweet. Leave it to President Trump to tell it like it is.  He suggested those responsible had been “in the sights of Scotland Yard”.  May said Trump appeared to claim Britain needed to be “tougher” and more “proactive” in the fight against terrorism.  

Thank you, President Trump, for again telling the truth when it is unpopular to do so.

Summarizing that call, a White House spokesman said: “He conveyed his sympathies and prayers for those injured in the terrorist attack in London. The president pledged to continue close collaboration with the United Kingdom to stop attacks worldwide targeting innocent civilians and to combat extremism.”
He added: “The travel ban into the United States should be far larger, tougher and more specific – but stupidly, that would not be politically correct. We have made more progress in the last nine months against Isis [the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant] than the Obama Administration has made in eight years. Must be proactive and nasty!”

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