"terrorism is the least part of the problem"
I wish that were true.
The link below is to an interview with Stephen Lennon, aka Tommy Robinson, on how he became involved in fighting Sharia, how he has seen British society change for the better and for the worse, and how he sees the future.
There is some good news in here definitely. However the future he sees is very like that seen by Robert Spencer in my post from 2 days ago. Mr Lennon also sees blood in the streets - civil war. He views the terror attacks up to now as being like the Trailer to a film - we have yet to see the full film, which will be awful: "Death & destruction on a mass scale".
It's 17 minutes and is a great set of insights from someone who has seen his community in East London change dramatically in the last 3 decades. I would encourage you to view it. There is a brief but graphic description of the Bataclan attack - details of torture of which we have not been made aware through the popular media - so do be cautious if you feel a little vulnerable.
Meanwhile the UK has "misplaced 56,000 migrants, including 700 ex-cons. While up to 23,000 jihadists are also running wild in Britain," (UK authorities had thought the number was 3,000). So no, I am not engaging in hyperbole when I pass on this information.
The world may not be turned into a ruin, but our society? Well that's an entirely different matter.