Washington Post: “Europe’s immigration crisis is just beginning”

Europe’s borders will be, mildly put, chaotic.

Via WP:

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The above graph (Washington Post) is exactly what makes the European Commision and big banks cooporate to futher migration to Europe: Europeans have to few children, and without enough consumers and labor force, wages will go up and production will go down. The whole system will break down unless we import millions of people, but the price will be the death of our free and humanistic culture. I say: Lets stop this immigration and find another way to solve the problem.

“Demographers project more and more immigrants for decades to come. Last Thursday’s events raise troubling questions about the ability of political institutions in the developed world to cope with their arrival.

Annual net immigration into Europe is projected to increase steadily from current levels for another 20 years. This year, just over 1 million immigrants will arrive in the Europe, according to Eurostat, the statistical agency of the E.U. That figure will reach an apex of nearly 1.5 million in 2036, the agency projects.

If current trends hold, immigration to Europe will not subside below its current level until 2069. The continent will have seen net immigration of 77 million people in that time. The figure includes immigrants to the 28 members of the E.U. as well as Iceland, Norway and Switzerland.”

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  1. An immigrant is an immigrant. He is neither illegal or legal. With out migration, British society and economy would bleed to death.

    Migration could be a solution to economic problems. Migrants are “part of the solution, not the problems”. Migrants provide vital skills to receiver countries with a labour shortage and an often-ageing population and send home vast amount of remittances to their countries. At last British government seems ready to argue the case for immigration rather than treating it as a threat to be resisted. The Government says we need high levels of immigration to do the work that a booming economy has created. The Government believes that more young migrant workers because the native population is not growing fast enough. Its position is that there is no obvious upper limit to the number of settlers allowed in. Immigrants are the most enterprising, the most energetic and the most useful members of the British society.

    Foreign born workers make a “disproportionate” contribution to the economy, paying £2.5 billion more in tax each year than they take out in services. British economy depended on attracting overseas workers. Foreign workers represented 8% of the population but generated 10% of the gross domestic products. They made a net contribution to the exchequer. No modern, successful country can afford to adopt an anti-immigration policy. It is all our interests to harness the innovation, skills and productivity new migrants can bring.

    Amongst all the immigrants’ communities in British Isles, Muslim community has a distinctive cultural and linguistic pattern. The priority for the Muslim community is the preservation and transmitting of their cultural heritage and languages. Majority of British Muslims are from the Indian sub-continent. Their children need to learn Arabic as a religious language to recite and understand the Holy Quran and at the same time they must preserve Urdu and other community languages to keep in touch with their cultural roots and enjoy the beauty of their literature and poetry. They need to be well versed in Standard English to follow the National Curriculum and to go for higher studies and research to serve humanity.

    There are hundreds of state and church schools where Muslim children are in majority. In my opinion, all such schools may be opted out as Muslim Academies.
    IA
    http://www.londonschoolofislamics.org.uk

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