By Dan Perkins
Clash Daily Guest Contributor
I recently wrote a commentary titled The Muslim Crusade to Western Europe. Some reports have the number of illegal immigrants in Europe approaching 1,000,000 with close to 800,000 people in Germany alone. Spiegel on line reported in a posting on October 14 that a town of 100 people was told that over 1,000 emigrants were coming to their town. Refugee’s arrival puts enormous pressure on the food, housing and healthcare resources available to take care of not only the native population, but also a swelling immigration population that are invading small towns all across Europe.
While the problems in Europe are somewhat different than those in United States there are similarities, which are very significant. Neither Europe nor the United States have any idea for sure how many people good or bad have crossed into their countries. We in the United States have had serious illegal crossings in our southern border for years to the point of immigration and naturalization has given up counting. We have no idea how many illegals are in the United States. I believe that anybody telling you that it’s 11.4 or 11.7 million illegals is guessing at best. This past summer Breitbart published an article that said 347,000 convicted criminal immigrants were at large in the United States. Because they are at-large they are dangerous people that are in our country and we don’t know where they are, we are all at risk. I believe that Europe is not far behind us in dealing with the same issues.
Europe is just now beginning to deal with this undocumented alien problem and they too will fine that the bad guys come in just as easily as the good people. Look for their crime rates to rise and four ethnic and regional conflicts between the immigrants and the natives, which could become violent with many, many people being killed perhaps next year. I would not be surprised that in some countries of Europe there will be out right wars between the natives and the immigrants. As more and more immigrants come into Europe the natives see potential for the destruction of their culture, their language, and their identity and some number of them we’ll fight ferociously to cling to what they believe. The central governments of Europe are ill equipped to deal with this migration and the potential destruction of their culture and heritage by this mass of people. There is no common language in Europe while many of the countries came together to form the European Union under a single currency they did not unite under a single language or history or culture, so the challenge of multiculturalism will be significant because there are so many different languages spoken.
America has experienced multiculturalism for many years with not much resistance until the dramatic increase of illegals coming across the border in the last few years. We have been told that we need to become a multicultural nation allowing for every culture to continue its history, heritage and language at the abandonment of assimilation into the American culture. We have Spanish radio and television stations, Spanish newspapers, we have Spanish signs on roadways and even in stores all supporting the new multiculturalism. The history of immigration in the United States has been to bring legal immigrants into the culture of the United States teaching in the laws, and the language so that they can be part of the American culture. The destruction of our language, our history and our Constitution is what we are facing today; America through multiculturalism is the same problem that is about to root itself throughout Europe.
In response to this humanitarian crisis in Europe, the Obama administration proposed to significantly increase the number of refugees the United States accepts each year—from 70,000 in FY 2015 to 85,000 in FY 2016 and 100,000 in FY 2017—and scale up the number of Syrian refugees admitted to at least 10,000 for the current fiscal year, which began October 1.
Griff Witte writing for the Washington Post said the number of refugees in the world today is over 50 million people, which took it past the number of refugees during the Second World War.
I believe we are seeing the systematic destruction of the European Union, as we know it today. I don’t think the governments of the 29 member nations will give up on the concept of unification even if their cities in countries are being destroyed in the process. Who would’ve thought that the destruction of Europe would be the result of one red line in the sand.
Dan Perkins is a commentator on current events at the Hill.com and the DailySurge.com. Use the author of the Brotherhood of the Red Nile Trilogy which deals with radical Islamic nuclear terrorism against the United States. Mr. Perkins is also a registered investment advisor with over 41 years of investment experience investing money on a global basis.