Setting up Eurabia

From Galliawatch a shocking report of what apparently is a EUROMED meeting of ministers:
Writer Malika Sorel's pro-France and pro-nationhood positions are unusually lucid and surprisingly candid. She stands far removed from many other Algerians in France who regularly manifest their hatred of their host country. Recently she wrote an assessment of a meeting of European ministers organized by the French Minister of Immigration and National Identity, Eric Besson. Read more about Malika Sorel a the end:

Yesterday morning I attended a ministerial seminar organized by Eric Besson on the theme "The migrations in the lands of the Mediterranean: constructing a space of shared prosperity". Insofar as many journalists covered the seminar, I feel safe in sharing with you a few high points.

The ministers of Cyprus, Greece, Spain, Croatia, Malta, Montenegro, Morocco, and Egypt were among the guests.

One expert set the tone right away by declaring that since the European population was aging, three possibilities ensued. I quote them:

1. We delay the age of retirement. Not a very popular measure.

2. We put more women in the workplace. That would have a negative effect on the birth rate.

3. We organize international migrations.

And with these words, obviously intended to allow the ministers to begin their well-prepared speeches, the main theme of the morning was set: since the North was not producing children, and the South producing many (they actually said it), it was necessary to agree to organize migratory waves from the South to the North. Several ministers even declared that since immigration, in any case, was occurring illegally when it was not authorized, it would be preferable to legalize and organize it. They also said that 75% of the youth of Tunisia were considering leaving their country...

(...)

The Egyptian minister began his speech with "In the name of Allah the most merciful..." and formulated the hope that the Arabic language become more common in the future in the Mediterranean bassin.

Eric Besson concluded the meeting thus: "We must accelerate and increase the mass movements."
But of course EUROMED is just the fevered imagination of right-wing conspiracy nuts, right?

Sorel draws the a conclusion that every living soul in Europe should sear into their memory:
During this entire morning it was patently clear that European peoples were of no interest to the European ministers. It was as if Europe was an uninhabited land, or soon to become one, and there was a need to people it. The only moment when you felt that Europeans still existed in the minds of these ministers was when mention was made of the need to fight against the discrimination that these migrants would be victims of...

This morning showed me, as if it was still necessary to do so, the extent to which this European "elite" was sometimes more concerned about the interests of foreign populations that about those of their own people. It is indeed this elite that is responsible for the current situation, and not the immigrants. Henceforth, only the European populations themselves will be able to spare their countries chaos, and at the same time save their lives and those of their descendants, for it is clear that what is being planned for us by leaders who don't even realize it, is a proliferation of Balkan States throughout the European Union. We are indeed far away from the dreams of the founding fathers!
That is one to remember the next time you find yourself in a voting booth...

6 reacties:

HomophobicHorse zei

Option 3 wont work even on it's own terms given the lower productiveness of Muslims and the higher provision of welfare they will absorb to buffer their own dependants.

I wonder if those grey little bureaucrats secretly desire the tumult that will result from importing the youth of the Muslim world into Europe?

DP111 zei

The proposition rests on the thesis that workers from the countries that are economically deficient, are the ones that are going to rejuvenate our economy. If that were the caser, then the Third world would not be the third world.

Then another thess is that foreign workers are cheap. Cheap is how you define cheap.

When Workers have little or no skills - they come cheap, but cost more.

When foreign workers do not have language skills that will allow them to work effectively - they come cheap, but cost more.

When workers do not have the work ethic that Europeans have - then those workers come cheap, but cost more.

When workers bring their families, who then require social support - they are no longer cheap.

When their children, who cannot speak English, require additional support from schools- they are no longer are cheap.

When these families bring diseases - they are no longer cheap.

When their children, once grown, wage Jihad - they no longer are cheap.

When they congregate in ever increasing ghettos, and threaten the unity and survival of the nation, they are not only NOT cheap, but are an existential menace.

All this comes from the school of "There is no such thing as a free lunch".

hermanbenschop zei

I found myself holding my breath reading this. It's hard to believe it's true. But we've been fooled before, haven't we?

DP111 zei

UK's Ashton seeks 'more credible' EU

Afghanistan - the EU has "huge potential" to "add value" on the ground, she said, including primary healthcare and even providing local police with enough telephones;
Bosnia-Hercegovina - the hope of EU membership is the "glue" that holds the country together, but the EU needs to "reach beyond the political leaders, much more into where the people are and explain to them the benefits";

Union for the Mediterranean - It has had "a difficult year", she said, voicing her readiness to "make it as effective as it should be".

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/8451738.stm

DP111 zei

OTH we must not get too excited as if Euro-Med is going to happen in a few years.

Look at Turkey. It has been in line to join the EU for decades. Other countries such as Romania and other east European countries are now part of the EU, but Turkey, whose apllication preceded them, is still waiting. In fact there is no hope that Turkey will join the EU for at least two deacdes. In politics, two deacdes is virtually infinity. Anything can happen in two decades.

For all we know the Euro-Med talks may be just that - talks to beguile the Arab nations that they can get on the gravy train.

Robin Shadowes zei

May I remind you all that the Lisbon-treaty has brought back the death penalty to Europe. Perhaps that was just preparations for the civil unrest that will follow in the wake of even more massive immigration from MENA and they know it will wake up people and they will start to rebel against it?

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