The European Union has been receiving massive bouts of criticism for their decision to relax border security measures in the relocation of middle eastern migrants.
So far, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia have all refused the quotas set by the EU for the rehoming project due to safety concerns. ISIS and other terrorist groups have been openly using the lessened security measures to more easily relocate lone wolf operatives across the European continent. These radical Islamic jihadists have, in turn, brought carnage to several EU member nations, with France, England, and Germany having been their primary targets so far.
The alarming rate at which the EU is attempting take in these refugees has caused one of America’s most successful, and wealth, men to sit up and take notice, delivering an ominous message to the powers that be across the Atlantic.
“The American billionaire’s comments come as European leaders discuss what to do about the surging number of Africans arriving in Italy each week, with Rome calling for other European Union (EU) nations to open their ports to docking migrants so as to ease pressure on the Mediterranean nation.
“In an interview with the German Welt am Sonntag newspaper, Gates said massive population growth in Africa will result in ‘enormous [migratory] pressure’ on Europe unless countries increase overseas development aid payments.
“Praising Germany having achieved its commitment to devote 0.7 per cent of GDP to foreign aid as ‘phenomenal’, the 61-year-old called on ‘other European nations to follow its example’.
“But Gates also spoke of a dilemma caused by ‘the German attitude to refugees’, referring to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s decision to open Europe’s borders to illegal migrants arriving from the third world.
“’On the one hand you want to demonstrate generosity and take in refugees, but the more generous you are, the more word gets around about this — which in turn motivates more people to leave Africa,’ Gates told the Sunday newspaper.”
The European Union has been steadily losing support in 2017, as concerns over their globalist agenda intensify.
With the passage of Brexit in recent months, and the migrant revolts of Poland, Hungary, and Slovakia, support for the concept of a European Union is seemingly dissolving. The globalism-like ethos of the European Union has come under fire around the world as well, thanks to a bevy of independent media outlets being more willing to question any alliance that would infringe upon the sovereignty of its member nations.