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European Union Split Widens Under Weight of Illegal Immigration

Updated on March 15, 2017

Conservatives rise to power in Europe as migration woes mount

 Nigel Farage with Marine Le Pen in whom he sees a kindred spirit when it comes to the EU. Photograph: Global Radio/PA
Nigel Farage with Marine Le Pen in whom he sees a kindred spirit when it comes to the EU. Photograph: Global Radio/PA | Source

Mass Migration Pushes European Politics right

As unbridled, largely unvetted migration across #Europe continues to destabilize European union nations, #Eu Member States are facing a cultural, economic and political revolution unrivaled since World War II. Middle Eastern immigrants are flooding Europe’s borders to escape brutal dictatorships and savage wars, and to take advantage of welfare systems designed to care for EU citizens. Security experts say embedded in waves of hundreds of thousands of migrants are extremists, agitators and terrorists that see the situation as an opportunity to change Western culture into a culture more aligned with Sharia Law and radical Islam.

UK passes Brexit bill, begins exit process

Meanwhile, #Uk Parliament has passed the Brexit Bill, paving the way for that government to trigger Article 50 so that country can leave the European Union (a process that will take two years to complete). While the UK is the first critical fracture in the EU spine, it is particularly destabilizing since the British are the world's fifth largest economy based on total Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which currently stands at $3.04 trillion. Making matters worse for the unraveling EU, Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party lost out to the right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) party in two parliamentary elections. Violence in Muslim-dominated migrant neighborhoods as well as rapes and violent crimes perpetrated against the general population is fueling a political showdown between conservatives who want to slow down the influx of migrants and Merkel’s liberal faction that has allowed Germany’s migrant problem to grow and fester.

EU braces for more Brexit-style referendums

As conservatives in EU nations responsible for bailing out bankrupt members press for national independence, EU leaders are bracing for more Brexit-style referendums. The most eurosceptic countries (according to recent polling) are Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands and Sweden. In recent days authorities in two German states issued public warnings that violent attacks (by migrants) almost doubled in 2016. Germany has the largest economy of the EU states.

“Refugees really entered onto the crime scene last year,” said Baden-Württemberg State Criminal Police Office (LKA) president Ralf Michelfelder (according to Breitbart).

“We are very worried about the rise in violence by asylum seekers,” the police official added. Officials in the two regions have released figures showing a 95.5 percent increase in violent crimes perpetrated by asylum seekers and migrants.

The Netherlands denies Turkey's top diplomat

Increasing the potential for a Brexit stampede, the country of Turkey is in a major political spat with the Netherlands just as polls suggest the Dutch people are preparing to push their government to the right in coming elections. Officials there barred Turkey’s top diplomat from the country after he scheduled an appearance to address a potentially raucous political rally. Turkish President Recep Tayyip -- hoping to rally approximately 4.6 million expatriate Turks living in Western Europe to vote his way on a constitutional referendum -- was angered when Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu was not allowed to attend. An ugly diplomatic row ensued as protesters organized in both countries. Meanwhile, Cavusoglu has promised "tenfold" retaliation against the Netherlands without providing further details.

Analysts say destabilizing splits between EU member states may be an ominous sign of things to come in the U.S. Like many EU states, the Americans have elected a more conservative government as of late, a trend experts say, has everything to do with illegal and unvetted immigration.

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