Recently, a demonstration was held in Belgrade against the government, where the migration policy was discussed, and a Syrian girl talked about what was really going on.
Europe’s leadership deliberately ignores the danger and the clear facts.
Rima Darious spoke openly about the intentions of her former fellow citizens and her relatives – the refugees
He said his country had not faced terrorism or a larger crime rate in the decade before the war. In his words, they were primarily struggling with corruption and bloated bureaucracy, which were their biggest problems.
The country was not abandoned by the people for a long time, as the Syrians had a very strong sense of nation.
Darious said the “Syrians” who came into Europe are not real Syrians. True Syrians stayed at home all along and fought for their country.
If the people here were refugees at all, they would have chosen the first safe place for themselves, we would not be watching them clash with the police forces of different nations and constantly oppose the authorities.
He highlighted the burning question many have asked: why is the West not helping to resolve the situation in Syria?
Why are we spending billions on refugees across Europe if, by eliminating terror and other factors, everything that could be the root cause of this migration can be eliminated?
A family of five, which is heading to Euro, could buy a house in the Syrian protected zone with money saved for the trip, where it could expect a solid standard of living.
Some of the mass of people arriving as “Syrians” is actually not a Syrian, but an economic migrant or a terrorist.
Many jihadists slip through the system undetected, as terrorists use the immigrant mass to gain undetected access to the heart of the EU.
And over time, this will cause unforeseen damage. There may already be thousands of sleeper cells in Europe. These cells are just waiting for the right time. To permanently cripple Europe in a coordinated attack.
Some say that even if Europe has woken up from the apathy created by migrants, it will not be the same as it used to be, and will suffer permanent wounds – demographic and historical – but there is still hope for a stronger European sense of nation.