Holiday bookings are down throughout Western Europe after two terrorist attacks in four months alter the perception of safety on the continent.At least 35 people were killed in the latest terror attacks in Brussels just four months after 130 died in a series of coordinated attacks in Paris. Immediately after the Brussels bombings, hotel occupancy in Belgium plunged to 25 percent, down from 82 percent the night before, the Wall Street Journal cites STR, a company that tracks hotel industry data. At the same time, hotel bookings in London fell to 59 percent and 67 percent in Paris. Tourism in Europe has been struggling since last November’s Paris attacks that took the lives of 130 people.Well we can only truly blame the European Union, for simply making the EU unsafe for tourist. By allowing these migrants who hate western values to infiltrate the EU nation states. When you continue to open your arms to the people who kill your people, you can't really blame tourist for taking their money elsewhere in the world. European leadership has only evolved this problem by not properly vetting these migrants, in which 10-20 percent of them are ISIS sympathizers or supporters. Who in their right mind would even be willing to spend money in your nation, only after you basically have put a welcome mat down for ISIS and ISIS like groups and supporters?
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