Ever since the election of Italy’s Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, we have been treated to a few stories of boats filled with foreigners be turned away from reaching mainland Europe. Small happenings on a scale of what a government can do, but huge victories for our cause. While Italy attempts to fight this front seemingly single-handedly, other members of the European Union are still accepting these foreigners into their countries with no self-awareness of what is happening to their continent.
According to Eurostat in 2015 Germany only accepted 140,910 asylum claims. Which arguably isn't that large of a number in the grand scheme of things.
However, if you look at the Migrationdataportal who site the United Nations Population Division data, you will note that in 2017, 12.2 million migrants making up 14.8% of Germany's population, now reside in the country.
Italy is not the only country that has started taking a stand against the destruction of their culture and country.
The Czech Republic has been very outspoken in European Union Council meetings.
Prime minister Andrej Babiš has stated, “We pushed hard at the last European Council meeting for quotas to be abandoned and for migrant redistribution to be voluntary. This was agreed on and we will abide by it. Taking in more migrants is going the wrong way.”
Interim Foreign Minister Jan Hamáček has also come out and voiced his support for Italy's new policy dealing with these invaders.“We will offer Italy other forms of aid – we are ready to help materially, financially, and even send our police officers to Italy."
We can only hope that slowly, but surely, other European countries will follow suit and a once proud culture can take back its future from invaders that are not looking to become European, but are looking to make Europe become where they came from.