Every day I see on Facebook and other social media, people who laugh at the German and Swedish immigration policies. Mocks it and say that it is their (Germans and Swedes) problem. But it is?
No, it is not!
The fact of the matter is that as long as the EU exists, migration to these countries will eventually affect every citizen of the Union, both economically and demographically.
When Germany states that 800,000 migrants will arrive this year, and an additional 500,000 the following (several) years, do you really believe it is a German problem?
When Sweden receives 3,000 migrants a week, do you really think it's a Swedish problem?
Those figures are of course before family reunions, meaning you can multiply the numbers once the families arrive - by an average of 6.
Why should you care?
Because once citizenship is given, the migrants are not restricted to live in Germany and Sweden, and can freely move around within the EU, with papers saying that they are Swedes or Germans. This is what EU is about. Borderless within. If your honeypot (welfare benefits) is/becomes bigger, well...
These days the EU's outer borders are being breached, and once migrants have entered the EU, they suddenly enter the whole of EU, speaking of the long term.
The Dublin agreement has collapsed, an agreement saying that refugees should seek asylum in the country in which they first arrive to. The last months, weeks and days have proven that it has collapsed, as migrants are allowed to go by train and ferries from Germany to Denmark. And before that, that Italy and Greece let them go to Germany and Sweden. Hungary even gave them lift to Germany and Austria.
It has utterly failed.
Let me make this perfectly clear, stop laughing at the Swedes and Germans, because this is not a German or Swedish problem, it's yours too.
Now, take a good hard long look at the article picture, and say hello to your new future neighbors.
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