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Immigration in Europe: the fundamental reasons of the rejection front

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By Alimuddin Usmani

Europe – In 2017, the European countries granted asylum to 538.000 migrants. The continent does not consist in a monolithic bloc on this issue. There are significant differences between the Western European and the Central and Eastern European countries. So Germany granted asylum to 325.370 migrants, what represents 3945 persons per million inhabitants in Germany. Austria follows very close with 3865 persons (per million inhab.) and Sweden lays by 3125 persons (per million inhab.). At the bottom of the table, we find Slovakia that granted asylum to 10 persons per million inhabitants as well as Czechia and Poland with the figure of 15 per million inhabitants. Of course, there are much more applications for asylum in Germany, in Austria and in Sweden than in the Central European countries, but they are obviously less lenient and more picky than the others while examining a claim for asylum.

Why are there such differences? This is just because the countries of the Visegrád-Group refuse to participate to this large-scale fraud that we call asylum. Their leaders speak a clear language and are not fooled concerning the dissolution of asylum. They also fear their public opinions that are very hostile to uncontrolled immigration. The fraud is done very often openly and without any complex. When young African men are asked on the ships of NGOs that bring them to Europe, they have no problem to admit in front of the camera that they come to Europe for new opportunities and for a more comfortable life. However, almost all of them will then lie with the help of invented stories to the officers who have to examine their applications. Those should be logically systematically expelled to their countries of origin. However, the lack of cooperation of the countries of departure make those deportations difficult and the migrants know that well. As soon as they have reached European soil, it is very difficult and expensive to send them back. The different material and financial helps granted to the illegals within the Western European countries do not arrange the situation. That is for that reason that they head first and foremost to Germany and Sweden rather than to Poland or Hungary. In reality, the system that grants asylum very generously, encourages the migrants to lie about the reasons of their coming to Europe and to take risks on their lives while crossing illegally the borders.

The representatives of the NGOs claim that the migrants whom they have saved near the Libyan coasts have suffered tortures in Libya and that they had no other choice than to go to sea. But why a Nigerian or Gambian who would have to suffer bad treatments in Libya, would be legitimate to settle in Europe instead of getting back securely to his country of origin? In reality, all this is a masquerade and the NGOs that often act under the patronage of George Soros, have the mission to inundate Europe with migrants for obscure and ideological reasons. The human-rights ideology that flourishes in Western Europe, allows the political class and the immigrationist NGOs to worsen mass immigration and to lobby constantly for permitting to the rejected migrants to stay within the country. This ideology had more difficulties to flourish in the formerly communist and authoritarian States. Furthermore, the immigration was controlled by the State and not by the economy. On their side, in Western Europe, the employers were able to import cheap manpower from extra-European countries more or less as they wished. The process continued with the family reunification and the children of those non qualified workers had very different fates. Nevertheless, one can now only assist to the constitution of parallel societies where delinquency is more widespread than elsewhere, especially in Great Britain, in France, in Belgium, in Germany and even in Sweden. The Central European countries have never known a massive extra-European immigration, and the negative experience of the Western European countries threatened in their ethnic and cultural identity is really dissuasive. It will still be a long way before the hardliners will impose themselves completely in Europe but some encouraging signs allow to think that this line will be irreversible and that it will be the only way to follow.

Translated from the French by the Visegrád Post.