Much of the concern over the European Union’s lax migration policy has manifested itself in worries about terrorism, but a new threat is now emerging as well.
As the Syrian people face a continued civil war in which their own President is gassing innocent civilians, (and the Russians are bombing hospitals to help him cover it up), a mass exodus of refugees have been streaming out of the embattled nation. Given their proximity to Europe, a great number of these homeless migrants have been invading Europe with the help of the EU’s increasingly relaxed border policies – something that has worried terrorism experts for months as ISIS’ caliphate fighters have been known to disguise themselves as asylum seekers in order to position their forces within Europe.
Now, another threat has emerged in this culture clash dominating The Old World, and those who lived through the 1940’s will find it all too familiar.
“The Paris commuter newspaper 20 Minutes documents an ‘internal exodus’ during 2017 of Jews from the Seine-Saint-Denis department, saying it is emblematic of broader concerns that French Jews, like their brothers and sisters across Europe, are finding it increasingly difficult to reconcile their faith with the changing demographics of the continent.
“The paper reports that Jews are leaving their homes on the northeastern fringe of Paris to escape the open hostility that French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe on Sunday condemned as ‘well-rooted.'”
Don’t believe us? Just take a look at this hidden camera video clip compiled from 10 hours of simply traversing French streets:
And this particular video was released in 2015, with two fewer years of middle eastern migration under the EU’s belt.
The European Union has brought a shame back to their own continent in recent years – a sin that they completely refuse to atone for despite overwhelming evidence of their wrongdoing.
Thankfully, America is working her legislative fingers to the bone in order to protect our Israeli allies around the globe as evidenced by recent declarations regarding the U.S. embassy’s move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and the inclusion of the Western Wall in the overall Israeli dominion.