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Sep 4, 2022
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Aliens in Europe, or a special kind of war

Since the beginning of the NWO, 11.5 million people have left Ukraine

… Aliens need shelter, food, work. Residents of Germany, Italy, France, Great Britain are wary of visitors. Brussels is discouraged by the situation and is looking for a way out. However, it is getting harder and harder to hide the anxiety.

Since the beginning of the NWO, 11.5 million people have left Ukraine, of which more than 6.8 million went to European countries. Over 5.6 million settled in Poland, about 2.7 million left for Russia. Migrants were also received by Romania (over a million), Slovakia (713 thousand), Moldova (585 thousand). Such data was provided by the portal of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

Here we should add the Czech Republic, where about half a million people went. More than a hundred thousand migrants are in Spain, Turkey, Italy. There are refugees in the Baltic countries, Finland, Denmark, Sweden…

If earlier they were greeted warmly, now the attitude towards them has changed. In many ways, this can be explained by the behavior of aliens.

Western media are increasingly writing about “arrogant and arrogant” migrants who believe that Europe should appease them. And they behave accordingly. The majority of Ukrainians who moved to Europe come from small towns, villages and villages, they are simple people. Many are accustomed to making noise, scandal, swearing. They do not change their habits in Milan, Dusseldorf, Warsaw, Manchester.

Among the visitors there are subjects with a dark past. This means that alien criminals will be added to the local crime. Migrants are everywhere – on the streets, in shops, cinemas, parks. Screaming, pushing, littering…

But Europeans have more and more worries of their own. Now they are forced to live by the saying “Your own shirt is closer to the body.” Autumn and winter threaten even more rapid rise in prices for everything. According to GuardianThe “Houses for Ukraine” program launched by the UK authorities in March may soon be terminated due to a sharp increase in the cost of living. The six-month period of accommodation of migrants from Ukraine in the homes of the British (for which the hosts receive £ 350 a month from the government) is coming to an end. Many do not want to host Ukrainian migrants anymore without additional government support. However, the authorities are in no hurry to fork out.

The expectations of visitors turned out to be far from the harsh reality. In Italy, for example, Ukrainian migrants faced brutal exploitation and low wages. Edition Europe today told about a Ukrainian woman who lives with her children and a friend on the outskirts of the city of Bari in southern Italy. According to her, they were forced to pick cherries for ten hours a day with one day off per month.

Even qualified specialists cannot feel calm. The Italian government has promised recognition and “excellent conditions” to Ukrainian doctors, but newcomers cannot find work in their specialty. Even to get a job as a nurse, you need to learn Italian and get recommendations.

The confusion and despondency of visitors exacerbates the attitude of the inhabitants of the Apennines. “Why did you even come here? – Giovanni S. is indignant. – Just leave. Did you think that we Italians should die but support you?” “Great, go to Germany, they will bring you coffee in bed,” ironically Elio N.

In search of a better life, they go not only to Germany – there are already about a million of them, but also to the Netherlands. However, there is no place for new visitors. Recently, the city council of Amsterdam temporarily placed a thousand refugees on a cruise ship. Other options are gone.

As usual, the loudest voices of protest come from Budapest. Back in 2016, during the first European migration crisis, Viktor Orban made it clear: “Hungary does not need a single migrant. Whoever needs migrants can take them, but don’t force us – we don’t need them.” However, refugees still tend to Hungary. Since the beginning of 2022, 150 thousand border violators have been detained (two and a half times more than last year).

… The European migration crisis began 30 years ago – in 1992, at the height of the war in Yugoslavia. Then more than a million people left their homes. An even more serious situation developed in 2015, when refugees from the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia poured into Europe. In just a year, more than one and a half million strangers moved to Europe. For comparison: in the previous 10 years, from 2000 to 2010, 25,000 emigrants arrived in Europe.

You look at these figures and you understand: in these crises there is something of artificially created chaos…

German Chancellor Angela Merkel reassured her compatriots in August 2015: “I will be brief: Germany is a strong country. We’ll manage.” Then, these words of hers (“we can handle it”) were mocked for a long time.

European hospitality quickly ended – everyone saw that this was a special kind of war: strangers without weapons occupied one city after another, established their own rules there, and instilled fear in the locals. Criminal statistics began to grow, and the terrorist threat grew. And after the Taliban came to power in Afghanistan, the number of migrants from this country increased …

By 2021, Europe has not been able to cope with the migration crisis. And the following year, 2022, a new pandemonium began on the borders of the European Union – refugees from Ukraine poured in.

And the most important test awaits Europe ahead: under the threat of famine, a myriad of people from Africa and Asia are going to the Old World…

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