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How does Europe tackle the growing challenge of African and Middle-Eastern immigrant
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I just read on line this morning that this is a growing problem in Finland. The police have warned about this for a wile now but our "left" government is doing nothing about it.
They are simply rebuilding the culture they came from, they see the white man as weak because he needs police to protect him as they have there clan to protect them, so the laws of the land mean nothing to them. There is only one thing they fear and fear it big time and that is deportation, and that will almost never happen. 
I have read reports from Sweden where women have reported the non natives saying to them, there is nothing you can do I have nationality and can rape all I want. They have no fear of the law.
People who want to intergrade and work are threaten and pushed to join clans. 
The worse of Africa and the middle East has come to Europe

Quote:Migrants from the Middle East and Africa import their criminal structures into Europe, argued the speakers at a Budapest conference

April 05, 2021
editor:REMIX NEWS
author:DÉNES ALBERT
via:MANDINER
Migrants from the Middle East and Africa import their criminal structures into Europe and these clan-based organizations are very successful at absorbing a wave of disenfranchised newcomers, making integration even more difficult, speakers at a Budapest conference organized by the Migration Research Institute said.
Speakers at the conference entitled "The Challenges of Clan-Based Communities in Europe" said that in recent decades, immigrants from the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa have brought with them to the continent much of their largely unknown social structures in contemporary Europe.
The speakers explored the impact of this on host communities, how it hinders integration and promotes parallel societies. Perhaps the most worrying phenomenon is associated with clans and clan-based crime, which absorbs immigrants who eschew social integration and consequently are left out of the "European dream".
The internal structure and operational dynamics of clan-based immigrant communities are foreign to European societies, making it significantly more difficult to take effective action against them. The aim of the online event, organized by the Migration Research Institute, was to present the general characteristics of clans and explore how they can be integrated into European societies — if at all possible.
In his presentation, Johan Lundberg, professor at Stockholm University, described the differences between clan and state-based societies and pointed out the ideological factors that have hampered scientific and social discourse about clans in Sweden in recent decades. Modern, state-based societies are individualist, and under this Western system, the individual exists and finds their place in society primarily by his or her own merits, and only he or she can be held responsible for their acts.
In contrast, clan-based societies put the community first. The honor of a member of a clan is a function of the honor of the whole collective, and the transgression committed by the individual is the sin of the whole clan.
Although there are 40 clan-based criminal organizations in Sweden, the postmodern discourse that has dominated scientific and political public discourse since the early 2000s has significantly prevented a wide-ranging social debate on the problem, said the Swedish professor. 
According to the postmodern narrative, social sciences do not describe existing reality, but construct it by their choice of research topics. Following this logic, anyone who wants to deal with clan-based crime will automatically be classified as a racist. According to Lundberg, clan-based crime in Sweden has now reached a level where more and more people are beginning to see the unsustainable nature of the postmodern narrative.
In her presentation, Emese Kovács, a researcher at the Migration Research Institute, examined the measures the Danish state intends to take to eradicate parallel societies and the clan-based crime associated with them. In Denmark, according to a 2020 survey, as many as 74,000 immigrants live in parallel societies. According to research among immigrants from non-Western backgrounds, 16 percent of respondents are not free to choose their partner and 5 percent are not free to choose their own education or friends.
There is a complete political consensus in Denmark that the state must take a strong stand against clan-based crime and that the ghettos that serve as the hotbed of the problem must be eliminated. The ghettos cannot be penetrated by the Western welfare state, so the social integration of the immigrants living there cannot be ensured and the clan structures can easily survive.
The program recently announced by the Danish government wants to eliminate all neighborhoods that feature a share of 30 percent migrants or higher by 2030 in order to reduce "parallel societies". Measures include a ban on religious marriages between minors and "re-education trips" to the issuing countries. The government also plans to significantly tighten immigration, as well as the physical elimination of ghettoized neighborhoods by relocating the population.
With regard to tackling and solving the problem, the speakers pointed out that the individual integration process can work best, because the integration of the clan itself as a structure into European societies is difficult for many Europeans to even begin to understand. 


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(04-05-2021, 11:28 AM)Wallfire Wrote: I just read on line this morning that this is a growing problem in Finland. The police have warned about this for a wile now but our "left" government is doing nothing about it.
They are simply rebuilding the culture they came from, they see the white man as weak because he needs police to protect him as they have there clan to protect them, so the laws of the land mean nothing to them. There is only one thing they fear and fear it big time and that is deportation, and that will almost never happen. 
I have read reports from Sweden where women have reported the non natives saying to them, there is nothing you can do I have nationality and can rape all I want. They have no fear of the law.
People who want to intergrade and work are threaten and pushed to join clans. 
The worse of Africa and the middle East has come to Europe

Sounds like the natives need to execute some extrajudicial justice if the government won't apply it.
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When a culture is formed from a base of being given everything from a wealthier ruling-class,
it's perceived as normal to just take when the giving isn't enough in the ruling-class' home.
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@BIAD 

Seems Gunga Din has more or less reversed the roles since Kipling's day.  @"Wallfire" is correct; this situation is heading to war, and it is because the so-called governments in W Europe no longer understand what governance is, or that positions with authority are supposed to come with appropriate responsibilities as well.

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They are pissing up a rope if they think they will "integrate" these clans into their societies. Clans are clans because they are separate from, and have no desire to integrate into, a society - which, after all is said and done, is just another clan of another sort. "Society" is just another word for "clan" with more letters in it. I reckon they felt a need for a bigger word because their clan has more tribesmen in it.

Society's complaint against "clans", therefore, is not really a complaint against clans - they would be complaining against themselves if that were the case. Instead, what it really is at it's core is a complaint against the other clans' steadfast refusal to subsume itself into their own. "clearly superior", clan. Since they are misdiagnosing the problem in an effort to make themselves feel superior, they will never discover the solution because they are barking up the wrong tree. In order to arrive at a proper solution, you first have to understand the actual problem.

One might just as easily ask oneself why the clan of Society doesn't just subsume itself into the foreign clan. Only then, when they have given themselves an honest answer to that question, will they begin to understand the refusal of the foreign clans to integrate. And only then will they begin to understand the magnitude of the problem they are facing.

A few Commissions and some sturdy pats on the back are not going to do anything to solve it.

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