posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 08:32 PM
I don't reside in Germany, so my view is somewhat removed, but I have acquaintances involved in left-wing politics there, and judging by their social
media posts they are virtually inviting the refugees and illegal immigrants to come.
They are greeted with shelter, donations of food and clothing, and the reception centers look like chill-out lounges with couches and table-tennis.
Meanwhile, other Germans (and European countries) are becoming quite angry at this, because they have no mandate to simply invite and unconditionally
enable thousands of illegal immigrants.
I fear that amongst the indigenous population this issue will become so emotive that it will tear families apart.
I find it outrageous that the left can encourage thousands of people to break EU laws.
Some already refer to them as treasonous and traitorous.
But hey, all these illegals will be good voters for the leftist parties as soon as they become citizens.
Many of the leftists really want to be good people, and many have never left their province, and are very naive about what goes on in other parts of
They seem to be hoping for a more colorful world, and that the immigrants will supposedly solve the problem of their aging population.
Strangely, some former immigrants are also deeply concerned, because they know what's coming.
I saw a news report where a Syrian who immigrated to Sweden twenty years ago voices his misgivings, and took the reporters to a Swedish school with
500 pupils, only one of whom was a Swede.
He also feels that the mass immigration won't solve anything in Syria.
The first generation of immigrants will feel grateful, but the second may feel alienated in a parallel society.
I saw a documentary on how teachers and German pupils are bullied by gangs of second generation immigrants, who aren't interested in Western
education, and face a lifetime of living on welfare.
They are a further drain on the welfare state, rather than solving the problem of an "aging" indigenous population.
They will also be easy fodder for Islamist propaganda, as ISIS well knows.
Of course, with manageable numbers there have also been countless success stories of second and third generation immigrants who are true blessings to
German society, but there are significant problems.
If the intimidation and bullying happens again, or expands to more German neighborhoods, the next generation of Germans will curse their parents for
encouraging this mass influx to happen.
And it's not an influx of migrants with virtually the same religion, language and cultural values, as was the case after World War II.
It's an influx of people who will require integration into the dominant culture, but they often have an ideology that believes others must submit to
their "superior" whims when they have the numbers, and many of them aren't interested in adopting another culture and form parallel societies - states
That's been a trend so far, and it's unlikely to change.