Europe's Immigration nightmare

Steven LeBlanc


Germany leader Angela Merkel warned earlier this month that the refugee question would “preoccupy Europe much, much more than the issue of Greece and the stability of the euro.” About 40% of the 334,080 people who applied for asylum in the European Union in the first five months of the year did so in Germany. Berlin last week doubled is forecast for asylum seekers to 800,000 from 450,000 for this year.

Europe’s establishment politicians are in trouble—for years they have been telling their citizens that immigration is good and that multiculturalism will benefit their countries—this has not worked, and millions in Europe are angry. After years of Europe’s leaders playing down concerns about the growing influence of Islam in their communities, people are now fed up with traditional parties; large number of voters are now voting these parties out of office.

Many of these immigrants crossing into Europe are from North Africa and the Middle East, some are from Albania and Bosnia—– understand Albania and Bosnia (Southeastern Europe and the Balkans) are predominately Muslim in population.

Many European countries, including Germany, France, the Netherlands and Sweden, have traditionally endorsed a multicultural approach to immigration, placing few demands on new immigrants, but it hasn’t worked—Multiculturalism is dividing Europe.

Across Europe nationalist, anti-immigrant parties have led national polls. In Germany the organization called Pegida, a German acronym for Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West, staged a rally in Dresden that drew more than 25,000 people. In France, Sweden, the Netherlands and Austria anti-immigrant parties are surging in popularity. In Italy, a recent poll found that more than one-third of Italians now would vote for right-wing politician Matteo Salvini (Northern League party), he advocates leaving the Euro-zone and openly criticizes Islam who he says that Islam wants to rule Europe.

08282015bHungarian police watch as Syrians climb under a barbed-wire fence to enter the country from Serbia on Wednesday. Hungary said it is considering also deploying the army at its border

And there is more… Another problem with Muslims in Europe has emerged–With thousands of Europe-bred Muslims now leaving to take up arms for Islamic State and other jihadist groups, the fear is these people will come back to Europe to do the bidding of ISIS

Prophecy tells us that massive political change is coming to Europe—what will be the catalyst for that change? Will it be high levels of unemployment—will it be Islamic terrorism? Remember there are 50 Million Muslims in Europe. Eventually a European dictator will come to power offering Europe a temporary solution to its problems.

Daniel 7:7 reveals that a great European power, a particularly ambitious and cruel power, will conquer millions, enter and take control of much of the Middle East (Daniel 11:40-45), and draw the nations into world war. This beast is described as a military beast that will be “dreadful and terrible, exceedingly strong…(with) huge iron teeth, it was devouring, breaking in pieces, and trampling the residue with its feet.”—Daniel 7:7. This European entity will be led by a cruel and ambitious dictator who will act as the 7th head of the final resurrection of the Roman Empire. This means that Germany will once again dominate Europe politically and militarily. The immigration crisis simply brings to our attention, once again, how unstable Europe truly is.

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