European Parliament’s Plenary Session: Migrants

From February 1st-4th, the European Parliament will hold a plenary session in Strasbourg, which plans to discuss measures to save the Schengen area. The migration crisis will also be a central topic of the meeting: measures to strengthen the EU's external borders, control over the Schengen area’s internal borders, and financial aid to Turkey (three billion euros) from the EU to restrain the influx of refugees are to be discussed. In addition to these issues, the session (on February 4th) is to consider violations of the rights of Crimean Tatars.

“Principle of tolerance” – Provocateur of Civilizations Colliding

In 2015, the European Union faced the “migration” issue, which is impossible to solve though now-existing laws and the basic principles of Europe. The EU recently ignored the need to increase controls over the Schengen area’s internal and external borders.

The EU’s migration policy, which abandoned all forms of collective identity, has led to an aggravation of ethnic and social conflicts. As a result, Europe is full of ethno-social masses of migrants from the Middle East, who are the bearers of Islamic identity, which being archaic and sustainable, do not fit into the culture type of modern Europe.

Exaggerated principles of tolerance, human rights and multiculturalism urges the European authorities to provide maximum freedom for migrants and require no obligations from them. As a result, the EU’s migration policy in 2015: 1) critically disrupted the balance between native Europeans and migrants; 2) established an extensive socio-cultural field of Islamic-Arab population (the existence of which is totally ignored by liberal European authorities due to the lack of collective identity criteria in modern European Law and Policy); 3) created a breeding ground for radical Islamist structures, as the uncontrolled flow of refugees allows the representatives of radical Islamic organizations to enter Europe. 

The EU’s migration policy, which modified on the February plenary session, will not to be changed in general. Despite the tightened (internal and external) border controls and financial assistance to Turkey to decrease the refugee influx, the number of migrants will continue to grow; the principles of “tolerance” and “human rights” will remain unchanged.
In 2016, ethnic conflict will increase, and the members of the extremist organizations who enter into Europe with the general refugee influx in 2015, will try to organize new attacks, possibly with the use of biological weapons. Today, Europe is entering the state of “chaos” and Civil War.

To solve the migration crisis, it is necessary to introduce strict measures to control the borders, which the EU leaders will not adopt due to the fact that such measures fundamentally contradict the EU’s basic principles (tolerance).

Euroscepticism Increasing within the European Political “Landscape”

The migration crisis caused the popularity of the Eurosceptic parties to rise. On January 29th, Milan hosted the first congress of the Eurosceptic political group, the Europe of Nations and Freedoms. The slogan of the meeting was “'Freer, stronger: another Europe is possible." Marine Le Pen said that “Schengen is dead” and the illiterate EU migration policy will lead to the destruction of European civilization’s core.

The United Kingdom is considering possible withdrawal from the European Union and a revision of the EU alliance’s terms (revision of the euro as the EU single currency, refusal to participate in financial assistance programs to euro zone countries, reducing the EU economy’s over-regulation, and a revision of the policy on migrants’ social benefits).
Today, a split between the interests of the Europeans and the EU ruling elite is evident.