European nations are increasingly announcing that unrestrained immigration is harming the social fabric. There are several factors contributing to the crisis, some of which are listed here:
the difficult economic climate in Europe and the worse conditions in the Middle East (Near Asia Minor), and north and central Africa.
disparate national policies among various EU and EU-bordering nations (pass-the-buck/euro syndrome).
significant cultural differences between the European nations and the immigrant populations arriving within them.
unconstrained entering of Economic Migrants, who would not normally be entitled entrance, with War Zone Refugees who are seeking asylum.
unreasonable expectations on the part of the immigrants.
lack of immigrant integration for a multitude of legitimate and illegitimate reasons.
illegal entrance and embedding of criminal and terrorist elements under cover of the crisis.
the failure to prevent boat people smuggling in the Mediterranean Sea.
there is an Asia-Minor / Middle-Eastern double standard that is side-stepping rampant region-wide racism and nationalistic issues under the guise of religion pretense.
As the crisis continues to expand, liberal views are slowly being forced to yield to more conservative, pragmatic views on immigration. Russia, various Eastern European states, England, and growing percentages of populations across Europe are becoming increasingly concerned. SPEAROFATHENA's position is thus:
an EU-wide endorsed immigration plan must be developed as soon as possible.
positive identification of people deserving of asylum is necessary if the European social fabric is to be maintained and remain capable of absorbing those in need.
destabilized areas must be made to resolve their regional issues.
unlimited immigration will not solve war and third-world issues but will create instability in Europe.
If resolution is not found, the likelihood of war is more than 75% by our estimates. We also think that Liberals will deduce a lower probability, but liberalism will be the first casualty when the fighting starts.
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