As more discoveries are evidenced it is becoming increasingly clear the Brussels bombing was an outcome of EXTREME cultural Marxism (political correctness) running amuck.
The terrorists were able to conduct their terror within a political climate created by upstream liberal politicians who refused to take deliberate action because it was too uncomfortable to confront those who wished them dead.
(Via Daily mail) One of the Brussels bombers was arrested in Turkey and deported back to Belgium in June with a warning that he was a militant, it has sensationally been revealed.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Ibrahim El Bakraoui, who yesterday blew himself up at Brussels Airport, was arrested in Gaziantep in southern Turkey close to the Syrian border last summer. Officials said he was deported to Holland before being passed back over to Belgium.
The president said Belgian authorities had failed to confirm the suspect’s links to terrorism ‘despite our warnings that he was a foreign fighter’.
The revelation came as it was dramatically revealed this evening that the identity of the ‘Man in White’, who was previously thought to be explosives expert Najim Laachraoui, remains a mystery. He is now Europe’s most wanted man and a major international manhunt to find him remains ongoing.
It emerged as it was revealed that Laachraoui was actually the other airport suicide bomber, who was pictured on the left-hand side on CCTV footage showing the three ISIS suspects wheeling their suitcases into the terminal prior to the deadly bombing which occurred at 8am local time yesterday.
Ibrahim and Laachraoui killed 14 people and injured dozens of others when they set off suicide vests and explosives-packed suitcases at the airport. They were accompanied by the ‘Man in White’ who abandoned his suicide mission and fled the terminal when his nail-shrouded bomb failed to explode.
Just 79 minutes later, Ibrahim’s brother – Khalid El Bakraoui – detonated his suicide vest on a Brussels Metro train at Maelbeek station killing 20 people.
Earlier today, it emerged that Ibrahim left a suicide note telling how he was desperate to blow himself up because he did not want to go to prison like his friend, the Paris logistics chief Salah Abdeslam.
The typed note, found next to 15kg of homemade explosives, an AK-47 and an ISIS flag during a raid at a property in the Schaerbeek area of the city, said: ‘I don’t know what to do. I’m in a hurry. I’m on the run. People are looking for me everywhere. And if I give myself up then I’ll end up in a cell.’
The latest twist came after it was revealed the Belgian El Bakraoui brothers escaped police in a gunfight during an anti-terror raid just eight days ago. (read more)