Syr­ian-refugee cri­sis to worsen

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - EARL BEAL Terre Haute, In­di­ana

One does not have to be a for­eign-pol­icy ex­pert or a rocket sci­en­tist to see that the Is­lamic State is ac­com­plish­ing its goal in Europe: the com­plete desta­bi­liza­tion of that con­ti­nent’s po­lit­i­cal, eco­nomic and so­cial struc­ture.

Ger­many has stopped re­ceiv­ing these thou­sands of Syr­ian refugees (not mi­grants). France is al­ready over­whelmed by past Mus­lim mi­gra­tions. Hungary, Italy, Greece, Ser­bia and Aus­tria are at their max­i­mum pres­sure points. Ten­sions among mem­bers of the Euro­pean Union with re­gard to this past Greek sov­er­eign-debt re­stric­tion are now ex­ac­er­bated by this hu­man trans­mi­gra­tion.

Vast cul­tural, re­li­gious and lin­guis­tic dis­par­i­ties be­tween these refugees and their host pop­u­la­tions will give rise to fer­vent na­tion­al­ism through­out these re­cip­i­ent na­tions. There will be no work for these refugees. So­cial wel­fare in­fra­struc­tures within these na­tions will col­lapse.

A 21st-cen­tury style of neo-nazi fas­cism will surge through­out Ger­many; in­deed, the seeds for this move­ment and its as­so­ci­ated dis­lo­ca­tion are be­ing planted right now.

The ob­vi­ous so­lu­tion to this refugee in­va­sion is to go to the Mid­dle East core to deal with and de­feat the Is­lamic State once and for all. Yet the world com­mu­nity con­tin­ues with its in­abil­ity to sub­ju­gate these forces, and this Mus­lim brother­hood con­tin­ues with­out abate­ment its ter­ri­to­rial ex­pan­sion. Be­cause of this, the refugee in­va­sion into Europe will con­tinue.

Get ready for the en­su­ing Euro­pean con­fla­gra­tion and the rise of its next dic­ta­tor. The prospects for such now loom as threat­en­ingly as a 50,000-foot cu­mu­lonim­bus for­ma­tion on a near-dis­tant hori­zon.

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