Massive Influx of Migrants 'May Start Civil War' in EU
German anti - EU party Alternative for Germany (AfD) which is also leading opposition to Hausfrau - Volksfuhrer Merkel's 'open doors' mass immigration policy is gaining popularity amid a deteriorating situation in Germany, with immigrant lawlessness, particularly sex crimes, and resulsal to tolerate the customs and traditions of the host nation such as eathing pork, respecting womens' rights to go out alone or dress in European styles, and the celebration of Christian and traditional festivals. The party is advocating for a stricter migration policy and proposes alternative, tough, ways to resolve the current crisis.
The current migration crisis has overwhelmed Europe and Germany in particular, causing anti-Islam sentiments among Europeans and raising concerns about the continent's security, particularly in the wake of terror attacts in Paris and Brussels. German officials are looking for ways to resolve the refugee crisis and are trying to fight the rise of Islamophobia.
The rise of anti EU and anti - Immigrant parties throughout Euroipe and the electoral frauds being perpetrated to flout the democratic will and deny these parties the place voters have given them in the democratic process is pushing many European nations towards civil unrest, and a charismatic demagogue advocating truly extremist solutions rather than the mild nationalism of the new populists would easily see European member nations driven to civil war.
In an interview with RT, Hansjoerg Mueller, an official at the AfD's Bavarian branch, descried the way his party is seeking to resolve the current situation. The AfD was established in 2013 and has become notorious for its statements perceived by some as being of anti-refugee and anti-Islamic in nature. "There has been no such case in the entire history when a large influx of people from other societies with different cultural values would not lead to a civil war," Mueller said.
"That's what we want to avoid. Our party believes that the best solution would be to close borders to refugees, while maintaining existing economic relations. Some people do not understand our position on this issue, in particular the German state media. However, we do not advocate for an end to economic cooperation," the politician added.
According to Mueller, most migrants coming to Europe are not refugees from the war-torn zones, but rather economic migrants in search of a better life.
The politician stressed that economic migrants who are arriving hoping to live on welfare benefits and refugees who really needs help should be separated from each other and dealt with in a different way. He advocated for helping "real refugees" and restricting the inflow of those illegally entering the German border for economic reasons.
"Alternative for Germany is the only party that really cares about these people," Mueller said. "But in order to really help refugees we have to sort them out, bring in real refugees, care about them and feed them. But this is impossible if they're [confused] with economic immigrants," he added.
Mueller also stressed that German Chancellor Angela Merkel's policy of open doors violates the country's constitution and the Dublin Convention.
"To protect the constitution, it is necessary to protect our borders. They are to be shut down, and those who illegally entered the country should be deported," Mueller concluded.
British blood in Libya - Obama's price for 'stay' campaign support?
There's a very funny smell hanging around Cameron, Obama, Libya and the 'stay' campaign right now. Firstly, the US President, whose every public word is guarded by a phalanx of PR experts, blames Cameron for leaving business unfinished in Libya. Then it's revealed that Obama will strongly support the 'stay' campaign. And now the leaks are starting that Obama wants boots on the ground in Libya before the end of his presidential term - that means this year. And Cameron has nothing left to lose.
So one has to wonder if Cameron, like Blair, has already promised the US President that UK troops will fight in Libya alongside a US contingent - and whether Obama's support for the 'stay' campaign is the price for this.
We won't know, of course, until Cameron feels compelled to tell the House of 'urgent' matters that have just arisen regarding Libya and seeking support for an expeditionary force. No doubt the Cabinet Secretary is already writing the mandatory Dodgy Dossier. Or perhaps a Libyan 'incident' is already being contrived or allowed to develop.
We've got nine months of 2016 left to find out.
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