It’s known that, as Europe imports masses of (mostly-male) Muslim immigrants, crime rates go up. A lot. European authorities try to hide it in the statistics, but they can’t hide it completely.
Swedish police are no longer allowed to describe the ethnic background of the criminals they catch…the German government and press were desperate to cover up hundreds sexual assaults that occurred in Cologne in 2015.
However, there are certain statistics that can’t be covered up. A government can try to conceal the connection between crimes and specific ethnic groups, but they can’t cover up the overall crime statistics of an entire city…
…the German government recently revealed that more than half of the population of Frankfurt has a foreign background…49% of people with foreign backgrounds in Frankfurt live below the poverty line, compared to 23% of native Germans, and they are significantly more likely to be unemployed…
…[and] Frankfurt am Main rates as the most dangerous city in Germany with 16,292 crimes per 100,000 people.
Perhaps that is why Bill Gates, the famous philanthropist, recently told a German magazine that Europe will be devastated by African refugees (meaning north Africans / Muslims) if they don’t do something:
“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.”
While Germany has been one of the pioneers of the open door policy, it cannot “take in the huge, massive number of people who are wanting to make their way to Europe.”
Thus Gates advised European nations to take action in order to make it “more difficult for Africans to reach the continent via the current transit routes.”
Which means, I think, having the Spanish, French, Italian and Greek navies interdict refugee ships on the Mediterranean. And/or shutting down the NGOs who finance them.
UPDATE – It begins: A center-left leader in Italy calls for an end to Italy accepting Muslim refugees.
“We need to free ourselves from a sense of guilt. We do not have the moral duty to welcome into Italy people who are worse off than ourselves,” Renzi wrote in new book…”There has to be a fixed number of arrivals,” he said, adding that Italy should help migrants in their home countries.