The U.S. State Department has released a press release outlining what in its opinion what where the threats to business interests in 2006.
Among the items listed was this:
Over the past year, OSAC analysts noted a steady increase in political radicalism throughout Europe fueled by Islamist extremism, and neo_Nazi_related and other right_wing and nationalist movements.
In fact, there is no indication there is any threat to White businesses or travellers. It appears most of the "threat" is political to the status quo and not violent in nature. The State Department may well be pushing this fear item to obtain more funding, restrictive laws and/or to offer an opportunity for the Judeo-leftist press to quote them.
Some of the other threats listed are quite illuminating. Africa is filled with corruption and violence, and those in Asian countries steal Whites’ intellectual property, reverse engineer it and sell it back. This appears to follow the old time tested theory that Africans can’t maintain civilization, Asians can copy it and Whites create it.
OSAC Says Radicalism, Corruption, Intellectual Property Theft Among Growing Threats
Increased political radicalism, rising crime and corruption, pirating of intellectual property, and military conflict were among the top security challenges of 2006 confronting U.S. businesses, nongovernmental organizations and academic institutions operating abroad, according to a year_end analysis by the Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC).