Former Danish Foreign Minister: Immigration will break Europe

Former Danish Foreign Minister: Immigration will break Europe
Per Stig Møller is a Danish politician. He has been a member of Folketinget (the Danish national parliament) for the Conservative People's Party since 1984, and was Minister for the Environment from 1990 to 1993 and Foreign Minister from 2001 to 2010. From 2010 to 2011 he was Minister for Culture.

Now he has a deep concern, which he has published in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten.

He says among other things:

If an area with high population growth can not provide for all its citizens, it will implode unless it can expand.

The Roman Empire was stable for centuries, but collapsed when the migrations from the north gradually tapped it for strength."

And now large groups of people migrate to Europe. As the Norsemen formerly sailed to America to find a better life, they now sail to us for the same reason. But Europe does not have large outback areas they can settle in. Europe rather resembles the old Roman Empire, which enticed with its wealth and vigor, and made it to such an extent that it perished.

If we imagine that Europe will take them all (migrants), Europe will no longer be "the Europe we know." Europe will get a very different demographics than today.

There will no longer be an European culture, but a conglomerate of cultures, which can cause clashes between communities on a scale we have not seen before. The terrorism Europe has already experienced is only a very small beginning.

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