Misa Djurkovic Interview, Part II
Part II: The European Context
5. The Germans seem to be talking out of both sides of their mouth, with Merkel saying early on that this had to be treated as a humanitarian crisis but later blaming Hungary and Croatia for letting so many migrants into the EU. What do you think she and other EU leaders have in mind?
I just published a book called The Illusion of European Union. One big chapter deala with immigration politics in the EU. It is a mess, that basically comes down to a strong internal fight between ordinary people--which includes even statesmen like Hungary's PM Viktor Orban and the leaders of the Bavarian CSU on one side, and European left liberals, theEU administration, the CEO's of huge companies, and the European Court of Justice on the other side. The first camp is trying to save the traditional Christian Europe made of historical nations and particular cultures, while the other is doing everything to import as many Muslims as it is possible, hoping to turn European into a melting pot and to get more cheap labour. The result is an ongoing conflict, which is best seen in Germany. The CSU is fully supporting Orban, in his attempt to defend Christian Europe, nut even within the CDU there is a strong internal fight between supporters of the two camps. That’s why Merkel is trying to mediate between the two blocks. We also have to keep in mind that the EU is, geopolitically speaking, some kind of American or NATO protectorate so that Merkel and other leaders also must take account of the strong American support for bringing refugees into Europe. George Soros, to take the extreme example, is openly insisting that Europe has to accept a million of immigrant every year.
6. Some EU economists are saying that the migrants are bringing in much-need job skills, while others are warning about the drain on welfare resources.. In the short run, how will this influx affect Europe?
There is a strong liberal propaganda claiming that, for example, economic growth in Italy is based on several millions of African immigrants that flooded it during the last couple of years. In reality, anyone who goes to Italy can witness a society that is disintegrating, with more and more problems breaking out every day. It is true that the demographic situation in Europe is really dramatic and, according to good estimations, it will have to find millions of workers to sustain its pension and welfare system. But what is scandalous is that nobody even speaks about possibility of changing the leftist hedonist value system that brought Europe to such a decline in fertility and vitality. The official ideology claims that it is forbidden to make a encourage--much less put pressure on women--to bear children. Instead of producing babies to increase the domestic population, the ruling class prefers to import more Muslims into Europe. In the short run the immigrants will fill the labour shortage, especially in job areas that require few special skills, and they will help decrease wages, but in the long run this is suicide of Europe as it used to be.
7. The Islamic populations of France, Germany, the Netherlands, and the UK have already presented a certain amount of trouble. Can we expect an increase in unrest, demonstrations, and terrorism?
As I have already mentioned, left liberals are hoping that with Muslim immigration they will create a melting pot, break the bonds of traditional nationalism, and initiate the transformation of Europe into some sort of hippy community made up of self-centered consumerist individuals. The reality is, however, that European countries are becoming sites for future ethnic and religious conflicts that will turning the EU into a battleground. In my book I emphasized several of these emerging problems: the rapid and aggressive spread of the Sharia legal system as a parallel legal order in European countries, the creation of more and more so called "no-go" zones (areas where non-Muslims dare not enter) in France (750), Sweden (55 according to police sources), Germany, Britain, and Denmark, the ban on pork in public schools in Germany and Austria, and the rise of the extreme right as a reaction to this processes. Of course, Muslim ghettoes in which there are plenty of young men with insufficient education and no job, are becoming strong recruiting centers for ISIS, terrorism, and other violent Islamic movements. I am afraid that it is logical to expect more Charlie Ebdo cases in the future and more conflicts between Muslim immigrants and domestic populations.