Refugee crisis in Europe

The current surge in migration to the European Union is rapidly becoming the largest and most complex facing Europe since the Second World War.

Large numbers

Official statistics suggests there are more than 5 million registered refugees according to United Nations.

Mostly men

Roughly two of the third refugees are men. Most of them are at young age and are fit for military service.

Aid to refugees

All refugees get free housing, food and medical care. Also they receive average of 250-400 € / month payments.

Increased crime

Numerous reports of increased criminal activity such as rape and assaults are reported nearby refugee camps.

National security

Portion of the asylum seekers are responsible for terrorist attacks in various EU countries.

Cultural differences

Refugees culture clashes with local citizens are common. They find hard time integrating into society.

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Latest News

Jan 25, 2018

Feminist insanity in Sweden

Feminist insanity in Sweden: mother refuses to report a refugee after he sexually abused her 12-year-old daughter. The mother was the #MeToo movement against the sexual assault of women, but only with words. This was a clear example of liberal hypocrisy.

Dec 17, 2017

Unpunishable: asylum seeker who committed 50 crimes is still free

Another example of incomprehensible justice: Germany have released new information about asylum seeker who fled a psychiatric hospital. He committed more than 50 crimes over a period of 14 months and is still on the loose.

Dec 17, 2017

Study: 84% of men convicted of grooming young white girls are Middle East origin

Quilliam study says seven in ten are believed to be of Pakistani-Muslim heritage. Migrant gangs have deliberately abused young white girls because they hold entrenched racist attitudes towards them as being ‘easy targets’ for sex, according to the report.

Dec 5, 2017

Migrant unemployment in Germany: in some areas reaches 91%

Migrant unemployment in Germany: in some areas reaches 91%, while nationwide reaches 84%.