Abstract: The mass immigration to Europe (and the US) is justified by the globalists with demographic shifts in the west (decreasing labor), which they have  encouraged themselves through the promotion of abortions. They bring people from the 3rd World here with no or very limited prospects to be of use in the labor market. “Even with an unemployment rate of around 10%,” says a report by EU Commissioner Cecilia Malmström, “many Member States do not have sufficient manpower and capacity in a number of sectors.” This immigration, however, costs about 30% of the budgets of Denmark and Sweden - as well as the welfare state. Also, the immigrants remit € 300 million a year to their home countries. EU Commissioner, Cecilia Malmström wants, however, many more immigrants - despite the substantial rise in immigrants - especially because of NATO’s aggressive war and the CIA-backed Arab Spring.

It has, however, long been suspected, that the reason for the mass immigration is another, after a Danish parliamentarian and Tony Blair’s speech writer explained that the reason is a political desire to destroy European culture in order to pave the way for a new world order. This suspicion is now being confirmed by Peter Sutherland, former EU Commissioner and chairman of BP and the WTO, on the board of the Bilderberg Group and a Chairman of David Rockefellers Trilateral Commission and Rothschilds Goldman Sachs Bank: “The EU should do its best to undermine” the “homogeneity” of its member states,”  ” …states have to become more open, in terms of the people who inhabit them,” and  “at the most basic level individuals should have a freedom of choice” about whether to come and study or work in another country,” he says.

According to Eurostat, 343.000 illegal immigrants (13% compared to 2010) were denied access to the European Union  in the year 2011. Of 365 600 asylum applications in 2011 protection in the EU was granted to 84 100. According to the EESC, “in spite of 650 000 asylum rejections in 2004, only 164 000 were returned from the EU to their home countries, while 500 000 non-citizens were left in a de facto illegal situation. The EU will to resettle them in the EU”.

Only 42% of Europeans feel that immigration should be encouraged to deal with the demographic slide and gaps in the labor force, while 46% take the opposite view. Only 53% of Europeans believe that immigration enriches their countries.

According to Wikipedia, in 2010, 47.3 million people born outside the country of residence  lived in the EU. This represents 9.4% of the total EU population. Of these, 31.4 million (6.3%) were born outside the EU and 16.0 million (3.2%) were born in another EU Member State. Wikipedia shows how big the percentage of immigrants is as compared to natives: Data from 2005: Switzerland (23%), Latvia (19%), Estonia (15%), Austria (15%), Croatia (15%), Ukraine (14.7%), Cyprus (14.3%), Ireland (14%), Moldova (13%), Germany (12.3%), Sweden ( 12.3%), Belarus (12%), Spain (10.8%, 12.2% in 2010), France (10.2%), and the Netherlands (10%). The United Kingdom (9%), Greece (8.6%), Russia (8.5%), Slovenia (8.3%), Iceland (7.6%), Norway (7.4%), Portugal ( 7.2%), Denmark (7.1%) and Belgium (6.9%) each have a share of migrants between 10% and 5% of the total population.
The European countries with the lowest proportion of immigrants are as follows: Italy (4.3%, 7.1% in 2010), Albania (2%), Poland (2%), Bosnia and Herzegovina (1%), Bulgaria (1%) and Romania (0.5%).
In addition, an unknown number of illegal immigrants are residing in Europe (estimated at 2-4.4 million), of whom – just as rejected asylum seekers – few return to their home countries. In 2011, the number of illegal immigrants intercepted rose by 35%, according to EU’s Frontex.

Now Italy has once more nettled the immigration-happy EU: Although the almighty European Court of Justice forbade it,  Italy has signed a contract with Libya’s transitional government to deliver boat migrants  directly to Libyan soldiers. France also has been very reluctant to accept North African mass refugee flows - taught by the many riots they organize. But worse still, the interior ministers of the European Council have agreed to allow nation-states to close their borders for 1–2 years without asking the EU. This is even more provocative, as it is done without the permission of the strongly immigration-happy EU Parliament. This means regular hostility within the EU.

It must be said that what is going on is an ethnic cleansing in Europe paid by the EU - with a very gloomy outlook for the future – if you consider that Christians are being persecuted in all Muslim countries (ethnic cleansing), and atheists are even worse off because The Koran commands it so (e.g. Sure 9:1-5). With Muslim birth and immigration rates, some think Muslims will be in the majority in Europe as early as the middle of this century.
The above population shares of immigrants are in fact far too small - depending on how many generations are included. In general, only those who were not born in the host country are counted as immigrants – although their descendants remain muslims! The number of asylum approvals are also increased through family reunification.

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“The EU should do its best to undermine” the “homogeneity” of its member states,” the UN’s special representative for migration has said. Mr Peter Sutherland, on the steering board of the Bilderberg Club, former director general of the WTO, former EU commissioner and and chairman of BP, a chairman of Rockefeller´s Trilteral Commission, non-executive chairman of Rothschild´s Goldman Sachs International, heads the Global Forum on Migration and Development. ” …states have to become more open, in terms of the people who inhabit them.”
Mr Sutherland called on EU states to stop targeting “highly skilled” migrants, arguing that “at the most basic level individuals should have a freedom of choice” about whether to come and study or work in another country.”  (
BBC News 21 June 2012 and Balder Blog).

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As so often pointed out on this blog, the EU and other Luciferian globalists have a policy to crunch nation states  in order to build their multicultural, chaotic world of parallel, incompatible societies – following the ancient Roman policy “divide and conquer”. This has been clearly expressed by Tony Blair´s speech writer and a Danish parlamentarian – and now by the arch globalist, Peter Sutherland, as well – see above quotation. Immigration is an EU basis for transferring all power to Brussels and strongly advocated by EU Commissioner for Internal Affairs, Cecilia Malmström, who just cannot get enough Muslims into the EU.

The Daily Mail 28 June 2012:  Revised figures from the Office of National Statistics, published this week by the Greater London Authority, have increased the population of London by 130,000, while its immigrant community has gone up by 16 per cent to nearly 950,000.

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One or two new asylum centers is/are to be opened every month in Denmark
The Danish daily, Berlingske 21 june 2012: During the first months, the number of persons in the asylum system therefore increased by about 100 a month from about 4,200 to 4,800. The trend is growing. This is not due to more asylum seekers, but that rejected persons do not go back voluntarily, and that it is difficult or impossible to forcibly return them to the major refugee countries of Afghanistan, Iran and Syria.  Local authorities often react to the protests, even though only a small group of neighbors are behind.

EU´s probably manipulated immigration statistics – disregarding the many more illegal immigrants
EU Press Release 19 June 2012: Acc. to Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union,  the EU27 Member States granted protection to 84 100 asylum seekers in 2011 compared with 75 800 in 2010. The largest groups of beneficiaries of protection status1 in the EU27 were citizens of Afghanistan (13 300 persons or 16% of the total number of persons granted protection status), Iraq (9 000 or 11%) and Somalia (8 900 or 11%). One quarter of EU27 asylum decisions at the first instance resulted in protection status.

In 2011, 365 600 decisions on asylum applications were made in the EU27.
In 2011, the highest number of persons granted protection status was registered in the United Kingdom (14 400), followed by Germany (13 000), France (10 700), Sweden (10 600), the Netherlands (8 400) and Italy (7 500). These Member States accounted for more than three quarters of all those granted protection status in the EU27.

Tower-of-babel-2 Genesis 11:1 And the whole earth was of one language, and of one speech….  4 And they said, Go to, let us build us a city and a tower, whose top may reach unto heaven; and let us make us a name, lest we be scattered abroad upon the face of the whole earth…. 6 And the LORD said, Behold, the people is one, and they have all one language; and this they begin to do: and now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do… 8 So the LORD scattered them abroad from thence upon the face of all the earth: and they left off to build the city.
Now the EU resumes the building of the Tower of Babel  in defiance of God. Note the Lucifer symbols, the inverted pentagrams in the sky.

There are 20.2 million third-country immigrants legally in the European Union, equal to about 4% of the total population of the EU-27 (502.5 million).
ANSAmed 1 June 2012: This is one of the figures of the 2011 figures on migration, asylum and freedom of movement in the EU presented today by the European Commissioner for Internal Affairs, Cecilia Malmstrom. ”Even with an unemployment rate of around 10%,” claims the report, ”many member states do not have a sufficient labour force and capacity in a number of sectors and for different reasons.” In a Eurobarometer survey accompanying the survey, 68% of Europeans think that legal immigrants should enjoy the same rights as European citizens. However, only 42% feel that immigration should be encouraged to deal with the demographic slide and gaps in the labour force, while 46% hold the opposite opinion. Only 53% of Europeans think that immigration enrich the countries. As concerns illegal immigration, in 2011 access to the European Union was denied to 343,000 people (-13% compared with 2010) and 468,000 were stopped after having managed to enter illegally (compared with 505,000 in 2010). In the eyes of 80% of Europeans, the EU should increase assistance to countries like Italy and Malta to deal with illegal immigration, and 78% think that the costs should be shared out among members of the EU-27. Last year asylum requests rose to 302,000, a 16.2% increase.Sandholm

However, Wikipedia has another story to tell
In 2010, 47.3 million people lived in the EU, who were born outside their resident country. This corresponds to 9.4% of the total EU population. Of these, 31.4 million (6.3%) were born outside the EU and 16.0 million (3.2%) were born in another EU member state.

2005 data on the proportions of non-native residents in Europe: Switzerland (23%), Latvia (19%), Estonia (15%), Austria (15%), Croatia (15%), Ukraine (14.7%), Cyprus (14.3%), Ireland (14%), Moldova (13%), Germany (12.3%), Sweden (12.3%), Belarus (12%), Spain (10.8%, 12.2% in 2010), France (10.2%), and the Netherlands (10%).[49] The United Kingdom (9%), Greece (8.6%), Russia (8.5%), Slovenia (8.3%), Iceland (7.6%), Norway (7.4%), Portugal (7.2%), Denmark (7.1%) and Belgium (6.9%), each have a proportion of immigrants between 10% and 5% of the total population.
The European countries with the smallest proportion of immigrants as follows are: Italy (4.3%, 7.1% in 2010), Albania (2%), Poland (2%), Bosnia and Herzegovina (1%), Bulgaria (1%) and Romania (0.5%). Comment: So,  where are social security benefits higher – and where lower?

ANSAmed 1 June 2012, Cecilia Malmström: 2–4.5 illegal immigrants estimated in the EU.
Malmstrom underlined the economic potential of legal migration, pointing out that ”the EU will host 20% of emigrants worldwide, representing 13% of the European population.” The Commissioner added that ten countries (including Italy who takes third place after France and Germany, but before Belgium, Sweden, UK, Netherlands, Austria, Greece and Poland) receive “90% of asylum requests” and that ”there are therefore 17 countries who could do much more.” Confirming that the Commission continues its attempt to conclude the reform of the European asylum system this year, Malmstrom stressed the importance of ”harmonising” regulations because the ”current situation is a lottery, in which the same asylum seeker has a 70% chance of being accepted in one country and just 1% in another.”  Tunisianrefugees6

Italy has signed a “secret” deal with Libya’s National Transitional Council to “limit the flow of immigrants
ANSAmed 14 June 2012: A report entitled “SOS Europe” published today by Amnesty International says that the agreement violates human rights. The details of the agreement have not been disclosed, but Amnesty says that it was signed on April 3 and allows the Italian authorities to intercept asylum seekers and put them back in the hands of Libyan soldiers. “At worst, the country has shown that it is ready to tolerate human rights violations in order to satisfy national political selfishness,” Amnesty says. The organisation says that asylum seekers from Eritrea or Somalia, who have been forced to return to Tripoli, are at risk of abuse and torture.  Last February, the European Court of Human Rights condemned Italy for turning migrants back at sea, the report points out, adding that the verdict concerned the enforced return to Libya of 11 Somalians and 13 Eritreans (and 200 others) on board Italian boats in 2009.

EU Home affairs ministers unanimously agreed to dust off the border posts should there be excessive pressure from would-be migrants.
EU Business 8 June 2012: France and Germany, which had argued in favour of the change, have said the measure would only apply in extreme cases.
Under the new rules, a state within the Schengen area could reimpose border controls for six months, renewable for another six, “when the control of an external border is no longer ensured due to exceptional circumstances”.
“The situation on the Greek-Turkish border shows that we need a very clear action mechanism in the Schengen area,” said the Austrian minister, Johanna Mikl-Leitner.Morten-bødskov

Illegal immigration has emerged as one of Europe’s most sensitive political issues amid the debt crisis, slow growth and mounting unemployment.
EU-Parliament News 12 June 2012: MEPs said they were considering whether to bring a European Court of Justice case against the decision by EU governments to deprive the European Parliament of its right to legislate on arrangements for evaluating the functioning of the Schengen visa-free travel agreement. Speakers from most political groups strongly criticised the Danish Presidency for what they considered a direct attack on the European Union’s fundamental values.

There was anger both in Brussels and among MEPs. “Free movement within an area without internal borders is a pillar of the European Union — one of its most tangible benefits,” said parliamentary president Martin Schulz.
The EU’s Frontex agency in charge of manning borders said in a report that registered illegal crossings on the outer borders of the Schengen area shot up by 35 percent in 2011
EurActiv 8 June 2012:   “We can’t accept this. It is in clear contravention of the spirit of loyal cooperation between institutions. Parliament will examine whether to launch legal action against the Council.
With low-cost flights to Turkey on the increase as war, chaos and poverty send people fleeing hot-spots from Afghanistan and Pakistan to Somalia, the flow is forecast to increase. Last year France had an angry spat with Italy after Rome issued papers enabling thousands of refugees from the Arab Spring to ride trains across their common border.
The European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, had proposed that states be authorised to close borders for five days in case of migratory pressure, but would have to seek permission from Brussels for longer periods.
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EU Press Release 5 June 2012, EU Commissioner Cecilia Malmström: The money sent home by migrants is a vital source of income for many countries. These remittances often represent a lifeline for the poor. According to the World Bank, remittances received by developing countries were estimated to be over 300 billion € in 2011, more than three times the size of official development assistance. Could we help to develop Diaspora bonds to enable migrants to use their savings to finance public and private sector projects?

Comment:
According to the EESC, “Despite 650 000 expulsions only 164 000 returned to their home countries in 2004 from the EU, while 500 000 non-citizens were left in a de facto illegal situation.” The EU will resettle them “resettled” in the EU

There is an ethnic cleansing going on in Europe. First the elite introduced free abortion and women working ouside their homes, meaning severe falls in birth rates in the West. Then they invited Muslims with high birth rates to replace us (Bat Ye´or, Eurabia 2005).  This is clearly a consequence of the UN Human Rights and The EU Fundamental Rights suffering from the evil dogma that humans are alike everywhere and that cultural differences are to be leveled out – meaning they want the stronger (Muslim) culture to prevail over the already dechristianized, dying  European culture and race. The thought of returning Muslims to Muslim countries is out of the question for the EU – which praises democratic development in their Sharia/military dictatorship Euromediterranean “partner Countries” – giving them “advanced status with visa easing, free mobilty/ EU´s 4 freedoms.

This is NWO ideology: national borders, cultures and Christianity away, while Islam, striving for the world Caliphate, is a useful tool for the globalists to achieve Adam Weishaupt´s and Mayer Amschel Rothschild´s 6 point program for their Luciferian one world state. The populations have been thoroughly brainwashed, so very few protest against this development – only the few who become neighbours of the rejected Muslim asylum seekers protest. For they soon learn about the violence emanating therefrom – similar to the violence and criminality emanating from Muslim immigrant ghettos. Everywhere in the Muslim world persecution of Christians take place. The same thing will happen here, long before the Muslims are in majority – because the Koran demands it so (e.g. sura 9:1–5). And atheists? They are even lower in Muslim esteem.

And I can only say, people deserve the fate awaiting them in such a multicultural society. For they have long ago turned their backs on the only factor which could have prevented this calamity: The loyalty to Jesus Christ. Instead people have turned to the Luciferian Antithesis, the welfare state, its pleasures and its lie of “freedom, equality, and fraternity”, the Illuminati slogan from the 2. Illuminati revolution, The French Revolution. The lie consists of the fairy tale that the basis for this is a noble human nature – disregarding who and what steers this nature: Christ´s love of his creation, Lucifer´s hatred of Christ and his creation or animal selfish instinct. This stupidity will eat what little remains of people´s souls – and in the end consume their bodies, too, in an all out war of hatred.

But “love thy neighbour”? My neighbour does not live in a culture which wants to exterminate mine. Many forget John 2. Epistle: “9 Whosoever transgresseth, and abideth not in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God. He that abideth in the doctrine of Christ, he hath both the Father and the Son. 10 If there come any unto you, and bring not this doctrine, receive him not into your house, neither bid him God speed:11 For he that biddeth him God speed is partaker of his evil deeds.”

The Good Samaritan did not take the man who fell victim to robbers with him home, but paid for him in the nearest inn. We should do so, too, and even refrain from going to the worst enemies of Christ ever seen, Muslim countries, and chase them up to us through meaningless wars. But this would not contribute to the evil plan of the Illuminati/NATO to destroy our identity.
This is pure evil in the sense I was brought up with. And my views are evil in their eyes. But who cares today when good and evil has lost any sense?