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    Major Migrant Crisis in Europe (1819)

    The autocratic political course by Brussels and demographic disaster provoked by the massive migrant influx have shattered Europeans’ faith in a brighter future, German’s Contra Magazin reported. Europeans fear that migrants would bring the problems they flee to Europe.

    Millions of people from poor and war-torn countries are counting on Europe for help. However, for its native residents, Europe is losing its appeal, Contra Magazin reported.

    "Growing sovereign debts, the demographic catastrophe, negligence to family values, unemployment and the dictatorship by Brussels are shattering people’s faith in a brighter future, from Lisbon to Berlin and from Stockholm to Athens," according to the article.

    The recent influx of refugees has raised the question among Europeans: would immigrants bring the problems from their native countries to Europe?

    In 10 years, when the current trends take shape, Europeans’ willingness to leave the EU will grow stronger, the article read.

    Major Migrant Crisis in Europe (1819)


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