Is this a manifestation of the anger and hatred caused by open borders?

When Anders Breivik staged a one man bombing and shooting massacre in Norway last month the obvious question on everybody’s mind was “Why?” The shooter had actually posted a 1500 online document called “2083: A European Declaration of Independence.” In his self-claimed masterpiece he says that a lot of the fuel that ignited the motivation for his planned actions had to do with the growing multicultural diversity and immigration policies of the government.

In essence, he claimed that the sanctity and genuine pristine existence of Europe is being tarnished and tainted by the many people who are migrating and building lives on European soil.

The developing riots in London, the heart of another European country, seems to be founded on sentiments that are reflective in Anders rationale. Over five hundred persons, young people and children really, have been arrested so far. The law enforcement authorities along with the political leadership is scurrying to analyze the situation and respond with a quantitatively like-minded and effective strategies. Tonight, approximately 16 000 police officers are expected to be deployed on the streets of London in an attempt to decisively stamp out further looting and “criminality”, according to the British prime minister.

I found it interesting that many of the views being expressed online are suggesting that the root cause for such wanton acts of community destruction lies in one word: immigration. The many Londoners who were posting their comments  felt somewhat betrayed that their governments have been allowing people from other parts of the world such as Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean and the Middle East to come rather easily it seems and settle in England. Commentators stated that the majority of these immigrants do not in any way contribute to teh development of the London community. they in effect are getting a free ride. One online post said that it is certain that London is never going to be the same after these riots.

From gathering the information I conclude that there are very many Londoners, and I assume Europeans in general, who are feeling hurt and trivialized as immigrants move to their countries to seek a new life. That, to me is a scary realization, and a festering injury. I recall a few months ago that a British member of parliament did echo a very strongly worded challenge to the government to put a halt to the high levels of immigration in England. So, even the legal authorities are confessing that immigration in Europe is getting out of reasonable control.

I don’t know how many persons have had a chance to read Anders manifesto that I referenced earlier in this post, but it seems very clear to me that there may be even at this moment a host of Europeans who are already taking up the baton from him and are preparing to take back their exclusive Europe even if it has to be done through the parts of a blood revolution. As someone who is from one of the geographical areas that has been identified as an immigration source market, I am keeping a keen eye and ear on this situation. Anyone migrating to Europe I guess needs to be astute and make sure that their wellbeing is protected now and in the long run.

Finally, I don’t suspect that the eradication of the current London riots will mean the problem has been solved; that will be like stopping the entrance of a rabbit or ground insect. All that is going to happen is that the creature will find another place and another time to expose itself. So, last month was Norway, this month is London. Where  and when in Europe will be the next manifestation of attempted anarchy?

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