Over 80% of the Muslim invaders recently arrived in Germany have no formal qualifications or job skills, and only eight percent have a college degree, local media reported citing research by the country’s Federal Employment Agency. Even worse, there are tens of millions more of them on their way and at least 80% of them are young Muslim men.
RT Germany (population 80 million) may receive 1.5 million asylum seekers this year alone. It has already accepted more asylum applications than any other European nation, with a number of critics pointing to a high number of uneducated and illiterate people coming to the country.
The Federal Employment Agency has stated that 81 percent of asylum seekers are “without formal qualifications,” the Junge Freiheit daily reported, citing a nine-page report entitled “Refugees in Germany: Take responsibility, identify opportunities.”
The agency has reportedly calculated that due to the looming asylum crisis there will be at least 400,000 additional welfare recipients in the coming year.
Having become the main destination for refugees fleeing conflict zones in the Middle East and North Africa, Germany has seen a new wave of Islamophobic and anti-migrant violence in recent months. The refugee crisis has driven a wedge between those who support asylum seekers and those strongly against them.
There has been a spike in hate crimes against refugees, with much far-right anger and criticism directed at Chancellor Angela Merkel’s decision to suspend the Dublin Regulation, which stipulates that migrants and refugees can only claim asylum at a German port of entry.
GermanImmigration.eu The New York Times looks at the tens of millions of people who may choose to flee to Europe in the coming years:
There are more displaced people and refugees now than at any other time in recorded history — 60 million in all — and they are on the march in numbers not seen since World War II. They are coming not just from Syria, but from an array of countries and regions, including Afghanistan, Iraq, Gaza, even Haiti, as well as any of a dozen or so nations in sub-Saharan and North Africa. They are unofficial ambassadors of failed states, unending wars, intractable conflicts.
The most striking thing about the current migration crisis, however, is how much bigger it could still get….There are between six million and eight million people displaced in Syria, along with more than four million Syrian refugees in Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan.
Egypt’s five million or more Copts, the Middle East’s last remaining major Christian sect, are deeply worried about their future in an unstable and hostile country. Ancient minority groups like the Yazidis of Iraq are already homeless, as are many small communities of Assyrian, Nestorian and Chaldean Christians from northern Iraq.
The notion that Europe (variously defined) has 600 million people and therefore can absorb 20, 30, or even 40 million migrants is delusional. At least 80% of the European population lives in countries which either (1) migrants do not want to live in; or (2) which do not want migrants; or (3) both. Examples: Bulgaria, Romania, the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Denmark, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Belarus, Moldova, Poland, Spain, Croatia, Serbia, England, Italy, Greece, Cyprus. To name just the main actors.
The destinations migrants wants to reach are the Nordic countries, Germany, and a handful of other small but relatively liberal and prosperous Western European countries.
The arrival of 10 or 20 million more migrants in these few destination countries in a period of a few years will cause massive, destabilizing crises.
There is no way Germany and the Nordic countries can force other European nations to accept hundreds of thousands of migrants each. The likelihood of Germany electing Heino as Federal Chancellor is astronomically higher than the likelihood of, say, Poland voluntarily accepting 400,000 new immigrants from Yemen, Bangladesh, and Nigeria. Any attempt to coerce Poland and other nations to do so will certainly destroy the European Union.
These bullet points aren’t arguments, they are statements of fact or predictions which no informed observer can doubt. What this means is that the European Union, to preserve itself, must act soon to send a clear signal to millions of migrants: Europe is closed. You will not be able to enter European territory. If you somehow do, you will immediately be sent back. This means fences, patrols, deportations, and whatever else is necessary.
The sooner this happens, the better. Each day European leaders dither and make vague statements about abstract principles, thousands of people start the long, expensive, perilous voyage to what they consider to be the promised land. What they are doing is not morally blameworthy — most of them are fleeing serious crises.
But relocating to Europe will not solve the crises in their home countries, and the arrival of huge numbers of new migrants will destroy the very qualities that made Europe such an inviting destination in the first place.
Europe needs to build a fence on its outside border and create strict controls now. Anything else invites catastrophe.
h/t Brenda K