‘All further migration from mainly Muslim countries should be stopped’ 6

Chatham House, aka the Royal Institute of  International Affairs (a British institution traditionally sympathetic to Leftism and globalism), has conducted a survey which shows decisively that a majority of Europeans do not want their Leftist globalist rulers to complete the abominable plan of dissolving all borders and letting the Muslim Third World overwhelm their continent and extinguish their civilization. 

A majority of Europeans want a ban on immigration from Muslim-majority countries. 

This is what Chatham House itself has to say about it:

President Donald Trump’s executive order to ban citizens of seven Muslim-majority states from entering the US for 90 days, and temporarily freeze all refugee arrivals (including Syrians indefinitely), has been interpreted widely as an attempt to curtail the inward migration of Muslims, which Trump and his supporters argue pose a threat to national security.

Trump’s policy has generated a backlash among some of Europe’s leaders. Angela Merkel’s spokesman said the chancellor had “explained” the Geneva Convention to the president in a phone call discussing the order, while London Mayor Sadiq Khan argued that the invitation to the president for a state visit to Britain in 2017 should be withdrawn until the ban is rescinded. Meanwhile, leaders of Europe’s populist right-wing parties, including Geert Wilders, Nigel Farage and Matteo Salvini, have heaped praise on Trump.

Amid these competing views, where do the public in European countries stand on the specific issue of Muslim immigration? There is evidence to suggest that both Trump and these radical right-wing parties reflect an underlying reservoir of public support.

The evidence does not “suggest”, it demonstrates.

Drawing on a unique, new Chatham House survey of more than 10,000 people from 10 European states, we can throw new light on what people think about migration from mainly Muslim countries. Our results are striking and sobering. They suggest that public opposition to any further migration from predominantly Muslim states is by no means confined to Trump’s electorate in the US but is fairly widespread.

In our survey, carried out before President Trump’s executive order was announced, respondents were given the following statement: ‘All further migration from mainly Muslim countries should be stopped’. They were then asked to what extent did they agree or disagree with this statement.

Overall, across all 10 of the European countries an average of 55% agreed that all further migration from mainly Muslim countries should be stopped, 25% neither agreed nor disagreed and 20% disagreed.

Majorities in all but two of the ten states agreed, ranging from 71% in Poland, 65% in Austria, 53% in Germany and 51% in Italy to 47% in the United Kingdom and 41% in Spain. In no country did the percentage that disagreed surpass 32%.

Public opposition to further migration from Muslim states is especially intense in Austria, Poland, Hungary, France and Belgium, despite these countries having very different sized resident Muslim populations. In each of these countries, at least 38% of the sample ‘strongly agreed’ with the statement. With the exception of Poland, these countries have either been at the centre of the refugee crisis or experienced terrorist attacks in recent years. It is also worth noting that in most of these states the radical right is, to varying degrees, entrenched as a political force and is looking to mobilize this angst over Islam into the ballot box, either at elections in 2017 or longer term.

What it means is that a Populist Revolution in Europe, encouraged by the election of Donald Trump in America, is gathering strength.

It is a real grass-roots resistance movement.

The question is, will it succeed through the ballot box in the general elections to be held this year? The Chatham House survey encourages optimism that it will, at least in some of the member-states of the European Unionand even partial success will hasten the end of that misconceived globalist enterprise. 

But it may be too late for Europe to save itself from Islamization. The indigenous populations of the European states are rapidly declining, while the Muslim populations are growing through natural increase. To put it plainly, Muslims have children, Europeans don’t.

Unless there were to be an expulsion of all Muslim citizens of foreign origin from every European state, the continent will be a majority Muslim region well before the end of this century.

Would even Marine Le Pen, the French nationalist leader who stands a good chance of becoming president this year, undertake mass expulsion if she had the power to do so?

Though governments and the media try to play the issue down, it is a looming crisis that may swell into civil war.

  • Les_uk

    Here in the UK, the ‘multiculturism’ promoted by the last, unlamented, Labour govt. has long been discredited by the current Conservative govt. And further to the muslim paedofile gangs in Rotherham (and other towns with high muslim populations) mentioned in the Milo video below, another 6 of these muslim men were convicted last week. Now some of a gang of 9 who’ve been in prison for several years, have finally been stripped of their UK citizenship, and are expected to be deported to Pakistan; hopefully the first of many. Even the useless Frau Merkel is promising to deport illegal muslim ‘refugees’, for fear of losing the upcoming German elections.

    • Thanks, Les_uk. All that is something to begin with. But it’s not nearly enough. Let’s hope much more effective steps will be taken to free Britain, Germany, and Europe generally from the curse of Islamization.

    • liz

      Great news, but I don’t believe anything Merkel says. I’ve lost track of how many times she’s flip-flopped from pro to anti ‘refugee’.

      • Bruce

        Agreed. She’ll say she’s changed her mind ot get elected, then throw the floodgates entirely open. I sincerely think that this muslim invasion is her intentional revenge for the fall of her much-beloved Soviet Union.

        • liz

          Or she’s just a puppet for Soros and his ilk, like Obama, Hillary, and (surprise, surprise!) McCain, Ryan, and the other Republicans he paid to pretend to love ‘refugees’.

  • liz

    Yes, Soros, Obama, and the rest of the Left have done their job well.
    The consequences of allowing them into power will have long lasting, disastrous effects, even though we’ve defeated them in elections.
    Even Trump, the most anti-establishment candidate we could have elected, isn’t going to undertake mass expulsion. And even his executive order for a temporary stay on some immigration, which is perfectly constitutional, is being obstructed by leftist judges who have no business interfering.
    He should ignore them and carry out the order. If Obama could ignore a federal judge to push his agenda (banning oil drilling), so can Trump.