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The main problem is Africans seeking and getting European largesse; the EC is largely to blame

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Submitted by Michael S (United States), Dec 4, 2017 at 04:41

In northern and central Europe, there seems to be a large Muslim component to immigration, from places like Afghanistan and Syria. In the south, though, especially on the Libya-Italy corridor, the migration seems to be mainly from central and eastern Africa. Future migration will probably be mainly from sub-Saharan Africa, regardless of religion; because this is the only major area of the world that continues to increase in population.

The main problem, therefore, is not religion; it is a welfare system that is completely out of sync with reality that entices more and more Africans to seek out Europe. A major hindrance to fixing this problem, seems to be a European Council that is improperly constituted and unable to govern properly.

I think the Brits are the smartest Europeans, because they want to get out of the EU and the EC.

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