Germany’s leader is determined to fundamentally change Europe’s most ordered, advanced and democratic population by adopting millions of Muslims from the chaotic, undemocratic Middle East.
“What we are experiencing now is something that will continue to preoccupy and change our country in the coming years,” Chancellor Angel Merkel declared Sept. 8. “We want it to change in a positive way… we think we can make that happen,” she insisted.
Merkel even justified the transformation by citing the Adolf Hitler’s socialism-for-Aryans ideology, which sparked World War Two 76 years ago. Becoming a homeland for migrants “is something very valuable, if you look at our history,” she said, as if today’s young Germans must lose their society as penance for their great-grandparents’ actions.
The forced transformation of Germany’s population was accelerated Sept. 8 when her socialist deputy chancellor suggested the country should accept 500,000 migrants a year for several years. “We could surely deal with something in the order of half a million for several years,” said Sigmar Gabriel, who is Germany’s deputy chancellor, economics minister and chairman of the left-wing Social Democratic Party of Germany.
That’s a huge inflow of perhaps 2 million people, or far more if Germany’s invitation is accepted by tens of millions of migrants from the billion-strong combined population of the Middle East and Africa.
Even the inflow of just 2 million migrants would transform German’s demography, partly because most of the current migrants are young men in their 20s.
In fact, the arrival of just 1.5 million young men — even without their wives and children — would also hammer the job-and-income prospects for many of the 10 million German men and women aged between 20 and 29. In turn, the migrants’ economic disruption would also reduce the number of children that displaced German and European youths can afford to raise, worsening Germany’s huge shortage of births.
Merkel and the Socialist Party want to import millions of foreign Muslims even though many young Germans and Europeans are unemployed or underemployed. In July, the region’s unemployment rate was 10.9 percent, including a youth unemployment rate of 20 percent.
The appointed leaders of the European Union are also trying to force this fundamental demographic change on many European countries.
“Let us have no illusions that we have a silver bullet in our hands to reverse the [migration] situation,” claimed Donald Tusk, the Polish-born President of the European Council, a committee of European government leaders, who ignored Israel’s and Australia’s recent successes in stopping migration waves hitting their countries.
Europeans should not complain when they get what’s coming to them, Tusk demanded. “The present wave of migration is not a one-time incident but the beginning of a real exodus, which only means that we will have to deal with this problem for many years to come… it is so important to learn how to live with it without blaming each other,” Tusk insisted, even as poll show the public’s growing objections to his demands.
Since World War I and World War II, most European countries have had homogenous populations that share unique cultures and common genetics. Their unique national foundations allow much social cooperation, civic peace and wealth-sharing that is almost impossible in diverse countries such as Syria, Iran, Iraq, Turkey and Lebanon.
Unsurprisingly, Europe’s populations don’t want foreign migrants to wreck their safe European home. Polls shows that Merkel’s policy is very unpopular — despite the gushers of praise it is getting from progressives in the media, politics and the universities.
In August, a poll by a German broadcaster ARD showed that 93 percent supported granting asylum to a reasonable number of people fleeing wars. But the poll showed also that only 28 percent believed Germany should host economic migrants. That percentage is likely far lower in Merkel’s somewhat right-of-center party, dubbed the Christian Democratic Union.
That 28 percent number is a huge problem for Merkel because the vast majority of migrants are seeking good jobs, not refugees from war. They are leaving refuges in mostly-peaceful Turkey, and then are pushing through several safe European countries to reach Germany’s wealthy combination of a good economy and a generous welfare system.
“I hope to study in Germany to become a doctor,” Mustafa Haj Yaman, aged 19, told the Washington Post. “Germany is my future…I hope it decides to give me one,” said 35 year-old Marwan Deep. “Germany is the best in Europe,” said 28-year-old Mohammed Mazher Alkilany, a former tourist official in Damascus. “France is no good. You cannot get language classes there… in Germany you can learn the language for free,” he added. All three are old enough to pick up weapons to defend their home country from Islamic radicals.
But these migrants will face great difficulty integrating into Germany’s sophisticated economy, that has led Europe’s development of chemistry and physics, universities and Protestantism, weapons, aircraft and autos. For example, credentials from Arab schools or Syrian Universities can’t be accepted by employers, even if the migrants can speak German or English, and if they can accept Germany’s liberal social rules and teaching methods that clash directly with Islam’s violent demand for Muslims’ elevation above non-Muslims.
The integration problem will be exacerbated when unemployed migrants cluster together with the next waves of several million wives, children and parents.
These Muslim integration problems are already visible in Germany and other European countries.
In August, a mob of Muslim migrants in modern Germany rioted and tried to kill another migrant for the Muslim crime of burning one copy of the Koran. That’s an offense to most Muslims, who clutch onto Islam because it offers them solidarity and pride in a world that has left their them and their beliefs in the dust.
In Sweden, the government’s post-national policy has ensured that one-in-five of Sweden’s population consists of migrants or the children of two migrant parents. Unemployment among the immigrants is sharply higher than among natives. In 2011, for example, migrants’ unemployment was 15 percent. Crime is also rapidly rising in Sweden’s new diverse culture and in the immigrant-dominated housing estates.
This push by governments in Europe to impose diversity on Europe is causing huge shifts in European politics towards left-wing and right-wing nationalism.
Merkel’s policy ally in the huge German state of Bavaria is protesting her transformation policies. “There is no society that could cope with something like this,” said Bavarian premier Horst Seehofer.
Sweden’s nationalist party, the Sweden Democrats, now gets 25 percent in polls, up from 13 percent in 2014.
Hungary’s popular prime Minister, Viktor Orban, is trying to block the migrants, and is blaming Germany for the collapse of border controls. “The problem is not a European problem. The problem is a German problem,” he said.
Voters in Denmark and Holland have already forced the adoption of policies to minimize migration from outside Europe.
France’s left-of-center National Front has expelled its anti-Semitic founder, and is on track to win the countries’ presidency in the spring of 2017. “Germany seeks not only to rule our economy, it wants to force us to accept hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers,” said party leader Marine Le Pen.
For the moment, Merkel is safe from voters. She was elected in 2013, and runs a coalition government that includes the largest left-wing party and two large right-of-center parties. The next parliamentary election is slated for October 2017.
The same political correction is underway in the United States.
Each year, 4 million young Americans join the workforce, but are forced to compete for jobs against each year’s inflow of at least 2 million legal immigrants, guest workers, temporary workers and illegal migrants.
Since roughly 2000, wages have stayed flat as companies hire from the huge inflow migrant labor – both legal and illegal – in lieu of Americans. In fact, the number of Americans women at work has been in decline for several years, while the number of foreign women in jobs has increased by 1 million. In August, 2015, the U.S.-born workforce declined by 698,000, while employment of foreign workers grew by 200,000, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Standards.
Simultaneously, the birth-rate has sharply fallen among U.S women since the crash of the government-inflated property bubble in 2008
In reaction, outsider candidate Donald Trump and other outsiders are leading the polls in the GOP’s nomination process, amid jeers from Democrats and advocates for diversity. A new poll released Sept. 8 by the Morning Consult firm shows Trump with 41 percent support, counting voters’ first and second preferences.
Merkel, European leaders and their media allies scoff and jeer at voters and politicians who want to stop the inflow. “Those who promise zero immigration and tell their voters that they can shut out the world if they get elected,” are extremists, claimed Tusk. In fact, popular policies adopted by Australia and Israel have already entirely blocked recent waves of migrants into their countries.
One of the factors pushing Merkel to import the foreign population is the rapid shrinkage of Germany’s working-age population. That’s a problem for business groups, and also a problem for government officials, who tax revenue is reduced with a lower population. Women in Germany birth barely 1.4 children per woman. Because of that rapid decline, there were just 3.3 million children aged 0-4 in 2014, far less than the 5 million youths aged 20 to 24.
But that 3.3 million number also includes the relatively higher birth-rate among Germany’s large population of Turks, who were originally brought in a temporary works to replace the millions off German men killed in World War II. The Turk population has largely resisted integration into Germany’s Western culture.