In 1992, the EU accomodated 672,000 refugees, when its population totalled 380 million.
The ‘refugee crisis’ is not a recent phenomena, and is one that the EU have dealt with before.
More than two thirds of the migrants of 2015 are men; 50% of them aged between 18-34, as proven by their own declarations. they are mostly, what may be termed by some, ‘economic migrants’. They are poor people who seek a better material life in the EU. If you were one of them, would you not do the same? It is these young men that Germany particularly welcomes, as made plain by this statement from Ulrich Grillo, President of the German Industrial Federation: “Because of our demographic evolution, we are consolidating our growth and prosperity through immigration” (lesechos.fr/23/12/2014). That is, we are running out of young Germans to exploit, we need more poor immigrants to work in our factories.
30% of these migrants come from war zones – 20 % from Syria, 7 % from Afghanistan, and 3 % from Iraq (Eurostat).
Approximately 6% of migrants are families from Syria.
The influx of cheap labourers in Germany and elsewhere in the EU will lead to social problems, as they are housed in working class areas, far from the leafy suburbs of the elite, which already offer little full time, secure, and well paid employment, and which have a growing number of thirty year olds living with their parents, unable, in Darwinian terms, to reproduce their species. These are the great losers in the rich versus poor survival game, a powderkeg waiting to explode.
If you think that every minor riot in the UK, triggered by an influx of economic migrants, is reported by the media, you are wrong. It is not that many of those opposing economic migration are racialists, they are, rather, survivalists, as the migrants. Dogs fighting for the scraps thrown to them by our corporation-serving rulers.
There is a serious security risk involved with migration. When America decided on regime change in Syria, Qatar gave false Syrian passports to members of al-Qaïda, who could then convince the Western media that they were ‘good Syrian rebels’ opposed to the Assad regime. These same passports are given by smugglers to to non-Syrian migrants. There is no way of checking the validity of these passports, and that their holders are not members of al-Qaïda. Another powderkeg waiting to explode.
All migrants are not Syrians fleeing a war zone, as the elite-serving media would have you believe.
Iraq was invaded on false premises by American coalition forces in 2003. If any of Tony Blair’s cabinet genuinely believed the lie about weapons of mass destruction, then they have the intellectual capacity of a peanut. This invasion destabilized the region, allowing Al Qaeda to gain a foothold.
In 2011, on equally false pretenses, Libya was invaded, and Qaddafi was murdered before he could expose the hypocrisy of America and its major stooge, the UK. The aftermath of this has been the destruction of the Libyan economy, and the creation of a breeding ground for ISIS, whose Libyan members are now fighting in Syria and Iraq.
There are no Syrian ‘moderate forces’ fighting Assad. They joined ISIS, and gave them the weapons supplied to them by such as the UK (Cartalucci, Tony. “In Syria, within the ‘opposition’ there are no ‘moderate rebels’.” Global Research, September 20, 2013).
Nato, through its client state, Turkey, supports ISIS in Iraq and Syria. They allow arms to pass to ISIS and aid the sale of oil from ISIS. They can not do this without the covert agreement of their American masters. The strategy is entirely one of ‘an enemy of your enemy is your fiend’.
It is a murky game, which the media attempt to simplify in ‘good guy’, ‘bad guy’ terms.
American foreign policy has created refugees fleeing war zones, who deserve the most generous of responses.
The UK should take in 100,000 such refugees immediately, housing them in economically advantaged areas, like Mayfair, Kensington, and Wimbledon, in London, and in the countryside, in such places as Cheltenham and Eton, and extensively within the vast estates of the Duchy of Cornwall.
This will not happen, of course. Like Germany, the UK elite are primarily interested in economic migrants.
Respond to human tradgedy with all your heart, for this is the essence of being human, but do not let the plight of the tragic distract you from the political forces which created their misery.
Do not be conned into believing that the inferno of Syria can be quenched by pouring more oil on it; by yet another political invasion disguised as a humanitarian one.
Oppose all warmongering in Syria by the American stooges of Westminster.
lenin nightingale 2015