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    Refugee Crisis in Europe



    By now everyone has heard about the refugee crisis in Europe and its effects. The following article covers the source & numbers and outcome of this reality.

    Migrant crisis: Migration to Europe explained in seven charts

    Some graphics below:

    Here we have the total number of claims:



    Here we have the numbers in proportion to population:



    While here we have the number of applications granted:



    Considering those number aren't negligible, European politicians are now forced to tackle the issue of multiculturalism, diversity, integration and social cohesion in Europe. For the outcome doesn't look very rosy.

    First, the refugee flood has created the greatest social dislocation across the EU from Germany to Sweden to Croatia since the end of World War II. And this is just a couple of years. What would the outcome for, say, 2050 look like?

    According to this former US diplomat, Muslims are set to take over Western Europe by 2050, pushing Europeans to relocate towards the Center-East:
    Former U.S. diplomat Adam Topolansky warns that Europeans will inevitably flee their own countries as a result of "suicidal" migration policies that have seen millions of Muslim asylum seekers pour into the continent over the last year.

    In an article for Hungary Today, Topolansky, who worked for the U.S. State Department between 1984 and 1988, says that European countries like Hungary and Czech Republic that have refused to bow to the migrant influx will become a refuge for European citizens who will become migrants in their own land as a result of mass Muslim immigration.

    "Tens, possibly hundreds of thousands of German, Dutch, French, Belgian, and other western European citizens may opt to move to Hungary in the next 20–30 years and settle there in the wake of the migration crisis," writes Topolansky, adding that "reversed migration" is a "predictable trend," because European citizens "will want to escape their leaders’ suicidal migration policies and will seek a safer place to retire."

    He goes on to bluntly point out that Europeans will eventually refuse to be "surrounded by radical Muslims in their own countries," migrants who have destabilized the continent and "altered the way of life, the religious and cultural fabric."

    Topolansky predicts that East-Central Europe will become a safe haven for Christians by 2050 and that Muslim migrants will have virtually taken over western Europe by that point.
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    He is also not alone on predicting a grim future for the European nations. Swiss People’s Party member of parliament Roger Köppel warns that the European migrant crisis is so out of control that it could lead to a new world war.
    Writing in the Weltwoche daily newspaper, Köppel argues that “Europe is about to abolish itself” due to a “megalomaniac” open border policy overseen by the likes of Angela Merkel,

    “The basic problem today is Islam,” writes Köppel, pointing out that the numerous terrorists who were born in Europe merely proves that integration has completely failed.

    “The virulence of the Islamist terror is a fact. Concealment and glossing over does not help….France and Belgium are just a taste. It is an illusion to believe that politics can cope with this mass migration,” asserts Köppel.

    Cautioning that the failure of the elite to acknowledge that their failed policies caused the crisis will lead to “political extremism,” Köppel draws parallels to World War I, warning that civilizations that fail to secure their borders are doomed and that ‘disaster’ is on the horizon.
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    Swiss army chief André Blattmann warned, in a Swiss newspaper article on Sunday, the risks of social unrest in Europe are soaring. Recalling the experience of 1939/1945, Blattman fears the increasing aggression in public discourse is an explosively hazardous situation, and advises the Swiss people to arm themselves and warns that the basis for Swiss prosperity is "being called into question."

    His beliefs are shared by Norwegian Army Chief Odin Johannessen, who remarked that Europe must be prepared to fight to defend its values against the threat posed by radical Islam. Benedicte Bjørnland, the head of Norway’s Police Security Service (SSP) also warned in February that the importation of large numbers of migrants who fail to assimilate into western society could spark civil unrest and a groundswell of right-wing extremism.

    While Chief of the Swedish army General Anders Brännström ordered his troops to prepare for a war in Europe against skilled opponents “within a few years”. “The global environment we are experiencing which is also demonstrated by strategic decisions [taken by politicians] leads us to the conclusion we could be at war within a few years”.

    A letter obtained by German newspaper Die Welt written by top security experts warns that the middle class in Germany is becoming “radicalized” in response to the migrant influx and that domestic unrest may occur as a result.

    Meanwhile, in France, security forces have been making preparations for mass civil unrest and radicalized immigrants taking over entire neighborhoods.

    A similar backlash in Austria has led to a surge in firearms sales, with citizens fearing attacks by Muslim invaders.

    “A Czech TV report confirms that long guns – shotguns and rifles – have been flying off the shelves in Austria, and Austrians who haven’t already purchased a gun may not have a chance to get one for some time. They’re all sold out,” writes WND’s Leo Hohmann.

    What is your prediction of this outcome and what is the best solution for the average European? Surely one would like to think this situation is reversible, however the numbers speak for themselves. One could also acknowledge reverse integration, particularly in the case of Islamic fundamentalists. Particularly those who live in cities, is a relocation to the rural area or even to a different European country, less affected by these events foreseeable? And those who stay, what kind of environment do you envision the next European generations will be living in?

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    Here is what awaits us:

    EU president warns migrants could flood in for YEARS – and that it's just the 'beginning'

    Donald Tusk said it is part of an "exodus" that will not instantly disappear.

    Speaking at the Bruegel Institute, a Brussels think-tank, he said: "The present wave of migration is not a one-time incident but the beginning of a real exodus, which only means that we will have to deal with this problem for many years to come."

    The bureaucrat said it is imperative for EU nations to bear the brunt of the current crisis together "without blaming each other".
    http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/...eron-Migration

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    I can't help but agree with Köppel, more and more it looks like WW3 will happen in our lifetime (millennials), I know that sounds like such a cliche but it's an honest reflection. I don't really see this ending another way what with populism rising in the United States and Europe, the liberal veil being lifted from Islam with the refugee-driven mass rapes and other terrorist acts in Europe and everywhere else, and tumblr erupting into the real world and shocking even the normies. I can't really believe that Europe will have a bloodless turnover to Islam after all this. What a dangerous time to be alive with so many competing and overtly violent ideologies floating around, even amongst the alt-right.

    Dullien (European Council on Foreign Relations) calls for the separation of the financial costs of paying for the refugee crisis from the reception and hosting of refugees, drawing on the fact that some member states would be able to contribute fiscally but are reluctant to host refugees, and vice versa. He also notes that, should the costs of hosting refugees be shared more evenly across the European Union, the local economic and infrastructural benefits of providing facilities for refugees could prove a boon to the struggling economies of some southern European countries. Link
    Providing for the refugees will stimulate the economy? I can't even... No future-oriented thinking here about what happens when those facilities are built, the jobs still aren't there, and the unsustainable and unconscionable costs their lack of integration will include.

    Libya and Italy could soon become the new major routes for refugees hoping to reach Western Europe, Germany’s interior minister warned Thursday. Both Germany and Austria are applying pressure on Italy to control its borders amid worries over rising attacks on refugees.

    “It’s clear that the Balkan route is a thing of the past and no longer will or should be a place again from where people will be waved through to Germany and Austria and to the center of Europe,” said Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere, Reuters reported.

    Officials from Germany and Austria argued that Italy must secure its borders as refugees continue to arrive in Europe despite a one-for-one refugee swap deal agreed to between the European Union and Turkey in March. Austria said it was considering reintroducing border controls at the Brenner Pass in the Alps on the Italian border, fearing it will become a major refugee route. Link

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    Well, finally. Why are not Europeans up in arms over this? Why are they not demanding to have gun ownership as we do in America and take this into their own hands? Is not Europe worth fighting for? Yes, folks, you are going to have to fight on some level to reverse this whether it be in the streets with clubs or with guns. The politicians are not going to listen to you unless you cause a big problem. Has Merkel? Has Hollande? Has Cameron? For that matter neither has Obama and that is exactly the reason we have Trump coming.

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    Austria said it was considering reintroducing border controls at the Brenner Pass in the Alps on the Italian border, fearing it will become a major refugee route.
    The significance of having no other choice but to close the Brenner on what isn't an "Italian border" but the border to our German-speaking brethren in South Tyrol, essentially having to doom them to almost certainly getting swamped and very death to save our own lives --- I don't think I have to mention how the idea of this makes me want to throw up every other morning.

    The people have been deaf to us repeating time and time again that the only road into the future for South Tyrol is re-unification with the rest of Tyrol, that a Los von Rom is the only parole to be followed. But politicians didn't tire about stressing how the EU has made Tyrol grow together again, and South Tyrolese were too content and greedy enjoying the special, privileged position of the Autonomy statute in being able to pick the best of both worlds.

    Considering that the North - being both closest to Austria & Germany as 'social state paradises' and the only area economically able to even succeed - is going to be the place where millions are stuck - they're now paying the direst price, and it makes me feel we're forced to forsake our brethren...again.

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    90,000 unaccompanied children enter Europe.
    The number of lone children claiming asylum in Europe nearly quadrupled to 88,300 last year, official figures revealed yesterday.

    Nearly 12,000 of them were 13 years old or younger.

    The figures from the EU’s statistical body Eurostat come as David Cameron faces pressure to allow child refugees in Europe to come to Britain.

    Ministers are considering whether to offer sanctuary to thousands of unaccompanied children who are currently in camps on the continent.

    In the Commons last week, a proposal to bring 3,000 child refugees to Britain was blocked by just 18 votes.

    But now up to 30 Tory MPs are thought to be preparing to defy the Prime Minister by backing a compromise put forward by Labour’s Lord Dubs.

    The proposal from Lord Dubs, 83, who came to Britain as a child fleeing the Nazis, does not specify an exact number of refugees we must take. It was backed by the Lords last Tuesday and will come before the Commons next Monday.

    The Daily Mail threw its support behind the campaign in a full-page leader last Thursday that said: ‘We believe that the plight of these unaccompanied children now in Europe – hundreds of them on our very doorstep in the Channel ports of France – has become so harrowing that we simply cannot turn our backs. Strict checks must be made to establish that those granted asylum are genuine refugees and the age they claim to be.’

    But the article added that in the ‘exceptional circumstances’ of the crisis it would be wrong not to help such children, who should be allowed a ‘one-off amnesty’.

    The Eurostat figures show how the number of unaccompanied children applying for international protection doubled from around 12,000 through the period 2008-13 to 23,000 in 2014, before soaring to 88,300 last year.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...e-Britain.html

    The left flipped out when the House of Commons voted against letting 3,000 of these into Britain. But today it was confirmed we will be taking an unspecified number of Syrians: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-36200366

    And what does "unaccompanied" mean, anyway? A child does not just walk from Greece to Calais.

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    Just stop them wherever you see them, on the streets, in the market, etc., and tell them to go home. WHAT IS THE PROBLEM?

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    Some glass half full musings:

    - Could this lead to a civil war/political separation in which ethnically aware Europeans obtain a separate, independent space and polity? Militaries tend to be composed largely of conservative, patriotic people. Does it not seem that the military class would more so side with the nativist faction if the governments break down and strife arises?

    - These refugees and their descendants are/will not be as intelligent as the native Europeans. Could they end up forming a worker class which benefits the native Europeans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow View Post
    Just stop them wherever you see them, on the streets, in the market, etc., and tell them to go home. WHAT IS THE PROBLEM?
    That's probably racial harassment in most of their countries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coillearnach View Post
    That's probably racial harassment in most of their countries.
    Indeed. A man in England posted this comment on twitter a couple of months back;

    'I confronted a Muslim woman yesterday in Croydon. I asked her to explain Brussels. She said 'Nothing to do with me'. A mealy mouthed reply."'

    Their was uproar on twitter and he was arrested by the Police a short time later and charged with something like "racial hatred".

    The charges were later dropped. However, the reason they were dropped was because the woman in question didn't press charges herself and by his account the conversion was polite one. So there was no actual evidence against him.

    However if he and been impolite of she had anted to press charges the outcome might have been different.

    It goes to show that the powers that be in the UK at least are on a hair trigger when it comes to racial matters and will throw the book at anyone they can given even a tenth of a chance.

    http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2...-woman-croydon
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