To Unite Europe, Destroy Nations with Refugees
If the people vote for nation states, if people vote too conservative, too right wing .....
Would it not be easier for the government to dissolve the people and elect another?
Racist anti-immigration vdare.com suggests this immigration strategy has prevented the secession of Quebec from Canada
Um Europa zu einigen zerstört man Nationalstaaten mit Hilfe der Flüchtlinge (German translation of this article):
Quebec's Secession Prevented by 20% Immigrant Population
Prime Minister Trudeau didn`t stand up in Canada`s House of Commons and say “Quebec won`t be able to separate because I will import foreigners to outvote you.” He didn`t say that he was going to change Canada from a basically bicultural (English and French) country to a country where 20 percent of the inhabitants had been born elsewhere /> ” `He believed in Canadian unity,` said Dyer. `I think he social engineered us into change and, if so, he`s the man who saved this country. We`re in the midst of one of the largest social experiments ever and it`s working.`”
In fact, of course, whether it`s working or not is debatable – although rarely in Canada`s intensely politically-correct media. And the same thing is happening in the United States. See “Swept Away” by Peter Brimelow and Ed Rubenstein, or their 1997 article, “Electing a New People,” detailing how immigration can destroy the Republican Party. 
Impose central Power, crowd out Nationalistic People
Yet the answer to why Germany is so fanatically committed to pushing refugees on Europe may lie in geopolitics rather than morality. There is a contradiction at the heart of the European Union’s (read: Germany’s) approach to the refugee crisis. On the one hand, refugees represent an economic burden to those core nations who will end up accepting most of the migrants, which is why France and Germany are so insistent on other countries taking some. On the other hand, refugees are also a useful way to extend the European Union’s control over some of its more independent-minded members, especially Hungary and other Eastern European nations.
After all, if the European Union can establish “refugee quotas” for its member states, those states have effectively lost control not only of their borders, but of any ability to defend their cultural identity. Indeed, Hungary's Orban has explicitly recognized this, saying what is at stake is the “survival or disappearance of European values and nations, or their transformation beyond recognition.”
If you are trying to extend the power of the European Union,&however, this is a good thing for two reasons.
First, in a purely legal sense, you have centralized authority and gained more power by undermining independent nation-states.
Secondly, if Europe becomes simply a common market encompassing an ethnically, racially, and religiously mixed population, you no longer have to worry about any populist or nationalist movements screwing up your plans.
Just as immigration helped thwart> the independence movement in Quebec, so will a huge immigrant population make it difficult any country to possess the requisite social capital to strike out on their own.
This is also the explanation why Merkel’s compassion was notably absent when it came to her fellow Europeans in Greece who saw their lives destroyed because of debts owed to German banks.
Indeed, the MSM is openly celebrating the potential of the refugee crisis as a way to deconstruct nationhood, especially in Germany. Der Spiegel nickered that Germans will simply have to “get used to the idea that they live in a country of immigration>” and abandon “the next illusion…that there is such a thing as controlled immigration.” This is necessary to create a more “cosmopolitan and generous” “New Germany” and “fundamentally change” the country [Dark Germany, Bright Germany: Which Side Will Prevail Under Strain of Refugees? August 31, 2015].
Evidently, the Obama strategy of deconstructing your own country has crossed the Atlantic.
Of course, the problem with all this: European leaders, including Angela Merkel, were already admitting “multiculturalism has failed” even before this crisis. Famously multicultural, generous, and ethnomasochist nations such as Sweden have been unable to “integrate” their Third World populations.
And even in the face of unabashedly overt repression, nationalist parties are surging across the continent.
From the gang wars in the banlieues of France to the grenade attacks in Malmo, Sweden, we already have all the evidence we need to see how this latest attempt at “integration” is going to play out. A few months from now, there will be the inevitable articles in the MSM quoting “underprivileged” Arab and African immigrants who are having a hard time competing in the First World country.
Rather than the recipient of gratitude, countries such as Sweden, Germany, and France who accept these refugees will find themselves the targets of riots, political agitation, and extremist political movements.
And that’s the best case scenario. As ISIS is already bragging about how they are using the refugee crisis to smuggle in operatives, it doesn’t take much to imagine a far worse fate for the great nations of Europe [Refugee crisis: ISIS fighters in Europe? Islamic State Extremists Exploit Refugee Flow, Waiting to Launch Attacks, Militant Operative Says, by Michael Kaplan, International Business Times, September 7, 2015].
Not surprisingly, some people are beginning to notice that the best way to deal with the “crisis” is to try to avoid it altogether by getting out of the EU while you still can. And so a new poll shows that a majority of the British people want to leave the European Union altogether and strongly prefer David Cameron’s handling of the crisis to Angela Merkel’s moralizing [Britain wants to quit Europe: Shock new poll shows EU ‘no’ camp ahead for the first time as Cameron prepares to face down Tory rebels, by Simon Walters and Glen Owen, Daily Mail, September 5, 2015].
Like the Empire in Star Wars, the more the EU tightens its grip, the more “captive nations” may slip through its fingers.
In the short term anyway. The likely response from most European governments to opposition to refugees will be to ban criticism of immigration, put up more institutional barriers against anti-immigration parties, and essentially entrench the existing political order until it can complete the process of electing a new people. And unless leaders such as Merkel can actually be replaced in the years to come, the Powers That Be may pull it off.
Ironically, authentic European unity will be forged in the years to come by the battle of European patriots to work together against the European Union itself. Patriots from England to Poland understand that they face the same struggle, confront the same enemies, and share the same goals.
If anti-immigration parties and activists can succeed in saving their countries from the immigrant invasion, it will be the end of the current European Union. But it will be the beginning of something far better—a Europe of the nations that will safeguard the future of its peoples, rather than drive blindly on with what the French writer Renaud Camus calls “The Great Replacement.”