Hundreds of thousands of Muslim refugees were let into Europe. Now we see the price, and it didn’t take long: murder and blood on the streets.

It was a well planned attack and not without its symbolism, which I am sure was planned as well: the main targets were a  concert hall where an American band was singing, and a soccer stadium where France and Germany were playing.

Despite the awful tragedy, it is, in some ways, better than this happens now than later, while French people are still (i think, I hope) a majority in France.

The last time I was in Paris I was surprised how much it had changed: in some places there seemed to be only Arabs and Africans on the streets. Yet in other parts of the country French culture survives.

Slowly, but surely, there will be a backlash. Against Islam, against anti-nationalism, and against the global elites.