In 2016, London’s mayor said Islamic terror attacks are just part of living in a big city.
There’s just one major problem with that.
The biggest city in the world hasn’t even had a single terrorist attack from a radical Muslim.
Tokyo, Japan boasts the largest population of any city, and they’ve got their problems, including a declining population, but Islamic terrorism isn’t one — not a single one.
There’s a few logical reasons for this.
Japan has a long history and tradition of extremely strict immigration policies, making it one of the highest homogeneous countries in the world, next to Korea. Japanese make up 98.5% with the next highest ethnic group as Koreans at 0.5%, then Chinese with 0.4%, and other at a whopping 0.6%.
In the West, diversity is seen as a moral superiority and objective, but wide open doors to Islamic extremists only invites terrorism.
From 9/11 to the Boston Marathon bombing to San Bernardino to the Pulse nightclub massacre — America has seen brutal terror attacks done in the name of radical Islam.