When the “refugee crisis” began in 2015 – or rather was provoked by those intent on destroying European nationalism and culture through “multiculturalism” – the propaganda churned out by the legacy media attempted to fool concerned Europeans into believing that the hordes of military aged men invading the old continent via the eastern Mediterranean and Balkans were fleeing war, mainly from Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
However it was clear to anyone with a little common sense that these “refugees” were not fleeing war, but rather migrating to rich European countries because of their generous welfare systems, and in the case of Germany, the encouragement of a Chancellor who under normal circumstances would be accused of treason rather than praised as a humanitarian.
Now Europeans are being conditioned to accept that these refugees supposedly fleeing war, are now migrants here to stay, despite the crime and mayhem they’ve brought with them. According to AFP via Yahoo News:
The peak of the migrant crisis in Europe has passed but many of those who came are here to stay and governments must focus on helping them integrate, the OECD said Thursday.
But many of those who came, fleeing war or persecution, “are likely to stay for some time, at least until their home countries are safe again”, said Stefano Scarpetta, OECD Director for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs, in the report.
The peak may have passed but the damage is done, and it will not end until European politicians are forced by European citizens to put an end to this madness of cultural dissolution. In the case of Italy it seems that the boats filled with thousands of African migrants landing on its shores – in many cases with the aid of NGO’s – has finally forced its government to threaten the EU with closing its ports.
It goes without question that these refugees turned migrants are likely to stay considering the financial aid they receive in countries like Germany and Sweden, and regardless of whether their home countries become safe again, it’s unlikely they’ll be compelled to return to the deserts or war torn cities that they came from. Needless to say that Stefano Scarpetta is perfectly happy about this, probably because he thinks that cheap labour is good for business, and is no doubt rich enough to preach from his ivory tower.
OECD countries registered more than 1.6 million asylum requests, with at least two-thirds in European states, and 1.5 million were granted.
Presenting the report, OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurria said international efforts were needed to address “negative perceptions” about migration, “which are often rooted in a misconception of the benefit that migrants can bring to recipient countries.”
The report said some countries had stepped up their integration efforts, praising the examples of the fast-track integration programme introduced in Sweden and the adoption of the first-ever law on integration in Germany.
But it said integration policies were falling short in other countries.
Perhaps if Angel Gurria could list some of the benefits that he’s referring to it would help address the negative perceptions that undoubtably exist, thanks in no small part to the terrorist attacks perpetrated by muslims, and the increase in violent crimes – including rape and murder – which have led to a backlash in Germany, and a government free-speech clampdown on people posting on Facebook and other social media sites.
It’s interesting to note that Gurria is a Mexican, preaching to European countries about “falling short” on integration policies. He’s also a man that was given the “Globalist of the Year” award from the Canadian International Council for his contribution to innovation in global governance and international affairs.
Undoubtably globalists like Gurria, intent on destroying nationalism as a prerequisite to world government, are frustrated by the opposition that central European countries like Poland are showing to their destructive agenda, as reported by Reuters:
Poland has a moral right to say ‘no’ to refugees, the country’s most powerful politician said on Saturday.
Jaroslaw Kaczynski, head of the ruling party Law and Justice (PiS), gave his views on immigration at a party convention in Przysucha, 100 km (60 miles) south of Warsaw.
“We have not exploited the countries from which these refugees are coming to Europe these days, we have not used their labor force and finally we have not invited them to Europe. We have a full moral right to say ‘no’,” Kaczynski said in a speech broadcast on television.
If western Europe is to survive our governments need to say “no” also, and if they’re not able to represent the will of the people they need to be replaced with leaders that are willing and able. Europe needs it equivalent of a wall with Mexico, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and a leader who is ready to Make Europe Great Again.