Immigration as a global phenomenon

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Immigration as a global phenomenon…

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This article is for people interested in expanding their minds about immigration.

About 250 million people now live outside their homeland. This is the highest ever figure of people living outside their homeland. By comparison, in 1990 there were 154 million people living outside their homeland. A decade later (2000), their number increased by 21 million to 175 million. The United Nations estimates that nearly two-thirds of all migrants live in Europe and Asia, 78 million in Europe and 75 million in Asia, the largest migration corridor in the world between the United States and Mexico. More than a million people migrate through this corridor. Each country is a destination that sends migrants and absorbs immigrants. Where does the emigration come from? North Africa, Syria, and Eritrea.

What is a refugee – a person who is abroad his citizenship because of fear based and being persecuted for reasons of race, religion and citizenship.  The definition of temporariness stands out here. When the fear is lifted, the emissions can come to an end and the person can return to his country. The refugee’s children are not defined as refugees. They are locals.

The phenomenon of immigration is ancient. Already in the book of Genesis it is told: “And there was famine in the land, and Abraham went down to Egypt to live there, for the famine was heavy in the land” (Genesis 12). Genesis 11 tells of the sons of Jacob: “And they said to Pharaoh to live in the land, we came, because there is no pasture for the flock which is your servant, because the famine is in the land of Canaan.

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The constitutive story of all monotheistic religions is related to emigration. In Judaism, Abraham and Jacob, and the story of the Exodus from Egypt, in Christianity, the story of the 12 apostles scattered throughout the world to spread Christianity and even the Muslim religion is told of the migration of Muhammad, the founder of Islam, from the city of Mecca to the city of Yitrab. This process is called “Hijra” and occurred in 622 CE.

There are no happy migrations. People do not leave the house and leave to another place with joy in their hearts. 

Let’s try to define the immigrant population:

“Migrant Workers” – people who are looking for a better life in their new place. Over 70% of migrant workers are between the ages of 20 and 46.

Immigration raises two lofty values ​​and brings them to Lady Clash. The first value is the rights of the immigrant according to the laws of the receiving country and the international conventions on the subject, and the second is the rights of citizens of the state who take in the immigrants: There are three situations in which the citizens of the receiving state have rights to defend themselves and their culture: Or when the majority is pursued by external forces.

The crisis of global migration brings enormous tensions and conflicts of value and confrontations on religious and ethnic grounds. In Europe, one sees the rise of right-wing parties opposed to immigration. In every European country, the upper class, the industrialists, the factory owners, who crave cheap and dedicated manpower, they support the admission of immigrants. On the other hand, the lower classes are opposed to absorbing immigrants, who compete with them for jobs and rent. Right-wing leaders fan the hatred of the lower class and mingle their arguments with nationalism and racism. Germany, for example, is crying out for immigrants. This is a life board. Life expectancy increases, the population is aging, the fertility rate is very low, and all of these endanger the existence of the welfare state, since there is no one to fund the expensive pension and health systems. The European Union estimates that 13 million migrants are required each year to EU countries.

One of the terms on immigration is “assimilation.” The reversals are similar. Will immigrants adopt local customs and abandon their culture and heritage? The answer is no. The immigrants would adopt local customs and respect the law. But they will preserve their culture. The immigrants from Arab and African countries come without freedom and liberal values, women’s equality, LGBT rights, clothing and sexuality, and a different religion. In many European countries, the majority felt a loss of control over the borders of their country, their national identity and values, as well as their jobs and their children.

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The immigrants who first arrive as laborers, after a few years, see that people have arrived who want rights and influence.

The European Union has set quotas for absorption in every country, which is particularly irritating among the countries of Eastern Europe. The main problem of the EU is that the EU is killing the nation-state. Europe is currently drafting an immigration law acceptable to EU countries.

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At the basis of the new law will be the rights of immigrants on the one hand and on the other the majority rights to protect the culture.

Here some more immigration data:

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…And its make us wonder… isn’t it time for a single global currency?

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