Recent excerpts from selected News Reports
followed by a shocking YouTube video
October 5, 2021
Here they come . . . in unstoppable numbers . . . when will it stop?
The fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban has sent thousands of panicked Afghans scrambling to flee the country. But it has also panicked European politicians who are terrified of another mass movement of Muslim asylum seekers. They worry that new migrants will fan the embers of the far-right and populist movements that reshaped politics after a wave of asylum seekers from the wars in Syria and Iraq made their way to Europe in 2015.
European leaders worry that another wave of arrivals could revive the fortunes of the National Rally party of Marine Le Pen in France and, in Italy, of both the League and the Brothers of Italy parties.
Italian politician Matteo Salvini, whose League has struggled for attention within a wide coalition government, has jumped at the opportunity to return to his anti-immigration themes. “Open doors for thousands of men, including potential terrorists, absolutely not,” he wrote on Twitter.
THE INVASION OF ITALY
In 2014 roughly 120,000 refugees landed in Italy,
more than double the total for the entire year of 2013.
Since then . . . it’s gotten even worse.
The leader of the Bavarian conservatives, Markus Söder, warned of a “wave of refugees” from Afghanistan and insisted that Germany “cannot have a second 2015.”
Across the border in Austria, the interior minister not only appeared to rule out taking any refugees but lobbied for “deportation centers” in the region neighboring Afghanistan.
“There is no reason why an Afghan should now come to Austria,” the minister, Karl Nehammer, said as European interior ministers met in a video conference.
President Emmanuel Macron of France, who is under pressure from Ms. Le Pen, said bluntly: “Europe cannot alone assume the consequences” of Afghanistan’s fall.
“The solution needs to be common, and it needs to be a European solution,” said the Greek migration minister, Notis Mitarachi.
“We are clearly saying that we will not and cannot be the gateway of Europe for the refugees and migrants who could try to come to the European Union,” Mr. Mitarachi told the state broadcaster ERT.
THE INVASION OF GREECE BY THE MIGRANT HORDES
(pic. from 2015)
It’s now gotten much worse . . . it’s spiralling out of control. The beautiful Greek islands, once havens of peace, are no longer what they were. The beaches are littered with used soiled plastic bags, discarded hypodermic syringes, and used condoms.
Britain, which left the EU in 2020, said it would welcome 5,000 Afghan refugees this year and resettle a total of 20,000 in coming years.
Meanwhile, elsewhere in Britain, if this shocking YouTube video is anything to go on, millions of angry Brits are beginning to get the message that an open-doors policy to endless streams of Noble Savages from the caves of Afghanistan and beyond, is not such a good idea.
“Enough is enough!” they are crying. “We can’t have the entire populations of Africa and Asia landing up on our shores and demanding free meals in 5-star hotels!”
VIDEO : Guess What Happened to This Hotel
After It Allowed 150 Afghan Refugees to Stay