Muslim attacks cost taxpayers in affected countries $90 Billion a year in reconstruction and the death toll has risen 650%.
Terrorist Organizations have been targeting stable countries like the U.S., much of Europe, Australia, Japan and South Korea for some time. These besieged countries have one thing in common: They belong to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
Currently of the thirty-four OECD member states, twenty-two suffered from terrorist attacks last year, resulting in $89.6 billion dollars in reconstruction efforts.
OECD member countries reported 577 people killed by terrorist attacks in 2015. In the last sixteen years, excluding 2001 and the 3,000 deaths on 9/11, there has never been a death toll that high according to the Institute for Economics & Peace (IEP).
After years of unimpeded Muslim migration, the world is witnessing an international movement that crosses the Atlantic and reaches as far as Australia to limit massive Muslim invasion. Conservative politicians and their supporters are rising up in opposition to the immeasurable Islamic invasion threatening western civilization.
With Donald Trump winning the White House, it will be interesting to see his plan for dealing with Muslim terrorists.