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European Union is Opening Refugee Recruitment Centers in Africa

Europe has decided they need 6 million more African refugees.  To meet that need, they will be opening recruitment stations in Western Africa in order to make sure they get all the refugees they need.  I wonder how the citizens of Europe will take this news.


Commissioner for Migration Dimitris Avramopoulos, former mayor of Athens says that refugees are not a risk for terrorism.  No, of course not.  So who does he blame for the violence and terror attacks?  Populism, nationalism and xenophobia.  Yeah, remember when the French populists shot up the offices of Charlie Hebdo?  Or when the patriots of France attacked the patrons of a theater in Paris?

Speaking in Geneva last week, the Greek Eurocrat denied terror attacks are linked to migration and warned the “biggest threat” to Europe is “the rise of populism, nationalism and xenophobia”.

Declaring “the 27 [member states] will need 6 million immigrants in the future”, Avramopoulos explained the Commission is going to open reception centres to recruit migrants, because an open borders approach would fuel populism.

“We will open offices in all countries on the southern shore of the Mediterranean and in West Africa. This is the best way to fight smugglers.”


From Breitbart:

He stressed the solution to terror attacks lies not in strengthening national borders but in closer cooperation between EU nations, insisting that “Europe needs common policies on security, migration and the economy”.

Earlier in March, Breitbart London reported the EU’s Ambassador to Nigeria Michel Arrion said an “ageing population” in Europe means the continent needs to open up legal channels for Africans to migrate.

At a time when experts warn millions of jobs are at risk of being lost to robots, new research from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) found nothing to support assertions that ageing societies pose problems for the economy.

“There is no evidence of a negative relationship between ageing and GDP per capita,” academics wrote in a paper entitled ‘Secular Stagnation? The Effect of Aging on Economic Growth in the Age of Automation’.

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