Anti-Migrant Sentiment is on the Rise Across Europe, and It’s All the EU’s Fault

Remember the European Union? That project that was supposed to make us all love each other, throw open our borders, toss out our currencies, bin our national flags, and basically have a massive, gold-starred orgy on the streets of Brussels Luxembourg Strasbourg?

  • WalterBannon

    If these third world migrants bring us so much “value” with all of their “diversity” then how come their home countries are such shit holes?

    Why did their value not generate any good in their native countries?

    If they are so socially beneficial. shouldn’t they stay home and fix their own countries?

    If we really think that they are great people to make citizens, then isn’t it just colonialism and whit privilege for us to raid their native countries of their talent? Sounds to me like our “progressives” who advocate multiculturalism are just racist imperialists whose intention is to raid the third world of talent and keep those countries impoverished. That is, unless of course they have been lying to us all these years about why they have been importing these colonists.

    • eMan14

      Would most of those progressives who support open immigration go to live in the countries of origin of the immigrants they want to let in? I think not.

      • Alain

        They won’t even live in the same neighbourhoods, much less their countries of origin.

  • Tom Forsythe

    It is easy not to resent immigrants when there is one immigrant family in your community. It is less so when there are so many immigrant families that your own culture is threatened.

    • Exactly.

    • Elephant in the Thread

      I agree with that thought. When an immigrant is completely surrounded by a traditional population and the culture they are naturally compelled to assimilate if they want to participate in society. When large numbers of their own culture surround them they will not assimilate as it’s much easier and more natural to remain unassimilated. Canada is crushing it’s own culture that they nurtured for the last few centuries with that of others and it’s an indirect form of rejection of it’s own roots. This is highly unnatural and why they must force feed us with a constant spoonful of multicultural propaganda and human rights laws.

    • dukestreet

      Most if the immigrants came to benefit from the culture they moved into and did not force their personal culture on those already there. This is not the case with Islam. That makes them the greatest threat.

  • Ron MacDonald

    The EU is governed by progressives, that may change come next election.

    • It will always be a socialist hell.

    • Alain

      I call them communists.

  • Millie_Woods

    Looks like those cunning Europeans have outsmarted themselves once again.

  • Billy Bob Thornton

    All the anti-migrant sentiment will do is just cause Europe to be more and more divided and let it anti-immigrant parties, when the real problem here has to do with the financial crisis and that problem has not gone away. Anti-immigrant sentiments just appeal to those that want scapegoats. Frankly, it is the mainstream that is the problem, but using the same economics plus anti-immigrant sentiment still leaves Europe held hostage by the ECB and the IMF. I would say you have to be against the current creditors and be for independent systems to change, rather than cater to populist and quite frankly sentiment that solves nothing which helps Europe. The only solution is nationalism and anti-globalism, not anti-immigration parties because that doesn’t lead to national sovereignty and national freedom.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Greece will no doubt kick out 10’s of thousands of ‘refugees’ to seek solace elsewhere in the EU. It will be priceless.