…. Undoubtedly, the expansion of the European Union has increased its internal heterogeneity, but when the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, mentioned that Muslims are already part of the culture of many EU countries, these were words that were not given the same welcome in all countries.
Expansion of the EU eastwards meant an incorporation of countries whose values might not be entirely in line with the European “norm”. What we are seeing now is in part an expression of that tension, a need to balance the EU’s security interests on the one hand and the interests of the development of democracy and protection of human rights on the other. [611 comments]
[TOP RATED COMMENT 211 votes] “According to the Gatestone institute, most who manage to come to the EU are young men aged 16-20 years. They make up 80% of all arrivals to Germany.”
This, in two sentences, is the crux of the problem. This group is where, invariably, all future problems with the “refugees” will have their origin.
Just say “no” to the lot.
[2ND 171] Seems that some countries read and learn from history, most of the people I know who vigorously defend Islam, do not even know what Halal means and seemingly get their knowledge of the Crusades from watchin Robin Hood prince of Thieves. This enforced and misguided opinion that all cultures are equal or that we can all live happily together is damn right ridiculous. I challenge anyone who thinks it isn’t, to sell up and move to Bradford.
[3RD 159] Muslims have been here for generations and still have not integrated successfully. [Guardian Cif] Read more