If you only listen to the liberal media, you’re most likely under the impression that there are no problems with Muslim immigration in Europe. However, I’d argue that one of the biggest problems in Europe is immigration, especially from Africa and the Middle East.
Over a million migrants recently entered Europe in a single year, and those numbers are growing.
According to the European Union, four out of five migrants from the years 2014-15 were not Syrian refugees. But clearly, the vast majority of these people are Muslim. Most of these migrants — 60 per cent — are men; 25 per cent are children, and 17 per cent are women. Keep these figures in mind when we talk about the core domestic problems Europe has with immigration.
Muslim migrants tend to commit more crime than naive European populations. Take France, as an example. Right now, 66 per cent of France’s prison population is made up of foreign born Muslims.
In addition, according to the French government, over 15,000 people (including 2,000 children and teens) are on an Islamic radical watch list. The centres that monitor terrorist activity costs French taxpayers over $40 million per year.
Meanwhile, in the Netherlands, a 2009 report commissioned by the Dutch government showed that 63 per cent of the 447 teenagers convicted of serious crimes were children of parents born outside the Netherlands. Native Dutch citizens committed 37 per cent of violent crime, while Muslim criminals accounted for 73 per cent. Keep in mind that in countries like The Netherlands, the crime rate before these waves of immigration was much lower.
Those are just two of the European nations tackling the problems created by the influx of migrants.
WATCH to see what Europe can and must learn from this crisis before it’s too late.