What's the point in waiting? Same old story
a) 1st Generation disenfrenchised "European-Muslim"
b) Recent Asylum-seeker from X-Muslim nation
c) Received weapons/grenades during Migrant Crisis
Take your pick. They all lead to the same problem. Like I said above, information will trickle out until our focus already moved onto the next attack. Another round of applause to Brexit.
Meanwhile, Germany raided 60 homes a few days ago because of "hate speech" on social media
Simple, it is no secret that there are Muslim Arabs and Africans that hate Europeans. Though this did not occur in Poland, that does not mean we should turn a blind eye to what is happening elsewhere. This is just as much a provocation as it is a tragedy, if today's actions were not considered a hate crime against French/white people, then I don't know what is.
The reality is that tonight's tragic events have nothing to do with the thread which is about Poland.
It is almost certain (99%) that the terrorist attack was carried out by muslims for islamist reasons (Islamism being the single most violent political ideology in the world today).
Firtually all the "refugees" that Poland would be obliged to accept are also muslims (and probably some with islamist leanings as no one has really vetted most of them or knows anything more about them than what they say themselves).
The actions of Islamist terrorists are entirely on point since the combined governments of Western Europe are strangely intent on sending more muslims (potentially with islamist values) to Poland than can be easily integrated (even if they wanted to be integrated).
It does appear that these attacks are carried out by migrants or the offspring of migrants. Acceptance random un-vetted migration needs to be reviewed, and may need to be extended to longer term scrutiny of siblings for any sign of radicalization, maybe a modified version of the British 1919 Aliens act would be appropriate.
The Polish government has the responsibility of keeping it's citizens safe from being murdered, this must take priority over any other considerations when it comes to migrants / refugees.