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Will Europe Survive the EU?

Let Europe be Europe!

The American Conservative

 

The contemporaneous crowd migration is the largest since the WWII which lasted for 2 years: in those days almost 15 millions of German people abandoned Prussia, eastern Germany and Central Europe. Nowadays already more than million asylum seekers have invaded European countries and the flow still is seemingly without end. The situation becomes clearer with every day: there is no place for mistakes for as long as Europe turns into fully multicultural society, there would be no way back.

European countries face the necessity to fight uncontrollable mass migration: for example, President of Hungary has warned that the outcome of the refugee flow might change European civilization forever and respectively constructed a fence which is 110 miles in length and is intended to direct refugees to Croatia and then to Austria and Germany, bypassing Hungary.

Croatia, Poland and Germany are a subject to political parties’ rebellions: right-wing parties seem to gain more popularity and are replacing leftists; Angela Merkel’s democratic party, which rolled out the red carpet for millions of immigrants from the Middle East and Africa, is collapsing under pressure of conservative party of Bavaria that has already accepted the majority of immigrants.

It‘s safe to say that fleeing war foreigners will continue entering European countries unless the borders are closed. And why shouldn’t they? African and Arab arrivals try to escape famine, despotism and intimidation; they know that wealthy European countries are ready to provide good life and fulfill all demands of them and their families.

They have motivation, encouragement and reason to come regardless of all the difficulties that they encounter during the transfer.

Although all direct routes are closed at the moment, tens of millions of refugees are using every possible chance and sometimes dangerous courses, by land or by sea, Through Libya and Turkey to the Balkans, the Greek or the Canary Islands, Sicily or Moroccan coats, and they demonstrate that such trips are not impossible at all.

The emergency approaching Europe causes one simple question: will civilization of Europe continue its existence after the crisis?

The eurozone which presence was threatened this year, when Greece was on the brink of financial collapse, managed to survive thanks to Germany which complied with bailout on the terms of Greece’s  austerity. It is still unclear how much more German people will pay for those who prefer to relish social profits while not working enough to provide them?

The Schengen Zone, which has implied borderless trade and travel conditions, eventually begins to obtain more barriers. This agenda is highly supported by anti-immigrant parties who lately are winning more and more followers.

While number of national-born citizens would steadily decrease over time with the help of immigrants, the nationalists’ movement would rise at the cost of left-liberal European parties.

Some would compare present crisis with immigrants’ wave which North America has accepted back in 19 century, but actually America’s arrivals were Christian Europeans, not Muslim or Arab who do not even have a smallest experience of integration. While those coming to America managed to behave themselves properly at a foreign land, current refugees are building reservations which resemble their homeland instead of adjusting to the accepting country’s rules.

First Switzerland and then the United Kingdom voted to curtail immigration in the EU threatening to leave the Union in case reforms are not conducted. With refugees dangling around the tunnel to Dover, the British must be concerning their idea of constructing the tunnel that would lead to their home on island.

The existential question still remains: it is unclear whether Europe will be able to survive when all the people that have built the civilization will be replaced by immigrants of other beliefs and races? The Native Americans have encountered the issue. What will help Europe stick together when no more values except, maybe, free trade are left?

When Warsaw ended under Soviet regime, America embraced the motto “Let Poland be Poland”. Now it’s time to put an end to the intrusion and to send our voices proclaiming “Let Europe be Europe”!

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