Đổ Thừa Cho “Nạn Nhân” Một Tiến Trình Khỏa Lấp Tội Ác và Tội Phạm của Âu Châu
Âu Mỹ đang đổ lên đầu người dân Trung Đông hàng ngàn tấn bom, và giờ đây tiếp tục dội bom, dội cả tội lỗi lên đầu họ. “CAO TRÀO” thổi phồng những vụ hiếp dâm sách nhiễu tình dục với những tố cáo “vóc dáng Ả Rập Hồi giáo” đã tạo một làn sóng tấn công người gốc Trung Dông và chia trí phân tâm bẻ hướng dư luận ra khỏi nguyên nhân của vấn đề: CHIẾN TRANH TẤN CÔNG DỘI BOM PHÁ HỦY Trung Đông! Và hướng dư luận Âu Châu ra khỏi những khủng hoảng kinh tế tài chính và nhất là những “luật mới” xoi mòn dân quyền và nhân quyền của bọn nhà nước chính phủ Â Châu!
Vùa qua, một vụ chưa rõ ràng về một sự việc hiếp dâm một “bé gái 30 lần” và cuộc trả thù của di dân Đức gốc Nga là một điển hình! Kế tiếp là một vụ cậu bé 15 tuổi tị nạn “đâm chết một phụ nữ Thụy điển”…
Đây là những “bản phin tuyên truyền gây giao động căm thù”:
Tuy nhiên, để lý giải và nhìn rõ vấn đề…Chúng ta cứ cho là những tin tức này có thật, và TÁCH NHỮNG TỘI PHẠM này ra khỏi cụm từ “TỊ NẠN TRUNG ĐÔNG”, chúng ta thấy gì?
-Nó là tội phạm, đúng vậy, nhưng là những tội phạm xã hội xảy ra “bình thường” tại các xã hội, ngay cả, hay nhất là Âu Mỹ (lạm dụng tình dục hiếp dâm trẻ em) và tại Mỹ bắn giết người từ cảnh sát đến thường dân- và, trong quân đội, lính LHQ v.v nhất là quân đội Mỹ – giết người hiếp dâm trẻ em – và hiện nay cả cái giáo hội Công Giáo đang bị phanh phui và truy tố về tội phạm lạm dụng tình dục hiếp trẻ em kéo dài cả hàng chục năm qua cho đến nay-!
Hiện nay, Quân Lính Âu Mỹ đang giết hại hàng trăm, hàng ngàn, hàng chục ngàn người dân vô tội tại khu vực này với bom và máy bay khôgn người lái Drones- Lính Do Thái giết hại người Palestine hàng ngày, nếu chưa muốn nói là từng giờ! AI PHẪN NỘ, và ĐÒI TRỪNG PHẠT với những tội phạm ghê tởm này? Quí vị “văn minh- giá trị nhân bản Âu Châu?
Thế nhưng trên báo chí chính qui và cửa miệng người dân, những “tội phạm” này là “đặc sản” của người Hồi Giáo Trung Đông tị nạn đang hiện diện tại các nước Âu Châu!
Kế hoạch KHỦNG BỐ TINH THẦN NGƯỜI DÂN ÂU MỸ xem ra đang thành công- Và kết quả không phải chỉ là các xứ Trung Đông nát bấy mà chính giá trị nhân bản đa nguyên của Âu Châu đang bị hủy diệt cho chủ nghĩa quốc gia nhà nước và chủng tộc sống lại như một tiến trình ly gián phân hóa để thực hiện cai trị hữu hiệu!
Dĩ nhiên cái phần trách nhiệm sự việc từ sự u tối và bán khai của nền “văn hóa tập tục tín lý” Hồi giáo cũng như sự im lặng đồng lõa của các giới “lãnh đạo” khu vực này không thể không nói đến. Họ cũng phải lãnh trách nhiệm!
Nhưng vấn đề chính là xác định cái NGUYÊN ỦY của nó!
Vấn nạn “tị nạn” này rõ ràng là một tiến trình trong kế hoạch vẽ lại bản đồ Trung Đông của Âu Mỹ Do Thái, hay rõ hơn như các nhà điều tra chính trị, gọi là nhóm Đại DO Thái Âu Mỹ- Anglo Zionists-.
Ông Paul Craig Roberts mỉa mai mà chính xác, người dân Âu Châu phải nhận “món quà” này của bọn Đại Do Thái Âu Mỹ, và họ đang “say mê” mở gói và quên đi cái lý cớ nguyên nhân và nhất là cái HẬU QUẢ của món quà này : TIẾN TRÌNH THOÁI HÓA CON NGƯỜI tại ÂU CHÂU!.
Đó là chưa nói SỰ THẬT về những vụ “hiếp dâm giết người” này mập mờ và không rõ ràng! Với cái tâm lý đang khủng hoảng và dồn dập những tuyên truyền như “lính Sadam giết trẻ em trong lồng kính”, và 19 tên Hồi giáo tấn công Mỹ 911- WTC , VŨ KHÍ TOÀN DIỆT của Sadam Husein v.v… Người ta không còn khả năng chất vấn bất cứ bản tin gì liên quan. Chỉ cần một luồng gió nhẹ “tị nạn Hồi” làm cái này cái kia, nó sẽ thành cơn bão và ngọn lửa CĂM THÙ ĐỐ KỴ sẽ dâng cao… Và tất cả lộ ra là DỐI TRÁ!
Bài học sau 911, người dân Âu Mỹ đã quên hẳn. Cuộc chiến tấn công A Phú Hãn, rồi Iraq, Lybia v.v tất cả dựa trên DỐI TRÁ THỔI PHỒNG từ SỢ HÃI và CĂM THÙ từ nhà nước và báo chí chính qui Âu Mỹ quá rõ ràng… Nó đang tái diễn với CAO TRÀO KHỦNG BỐ PARIS, HIẾP DÂM GIẾT NGƯỜI một cách VÔ LỐI, VÔ LÝ, nhưng rất BÀI BẢN của người DI DÂN TỊ NẠN!!!
Bọn tập đoàn quyền chính trong gần hai thập niên qua, gần như đã thành công trong việc biến óc người dân thành bùn và cứt bò! Họ đã hầu như mất hẳn tính chất vấn và lý giải sự việc! Cả hai cuộc “thế chiến” tưởng đã dạy người dân Âu Châu về chũ nghĩa quốc gia, về tự hào giống nòi, bản sắc văn hóa, và những trò lưu manh hiểm độc của tập đoàn Đại Do Thái!
Họ “GHÊ TỞM” NHỮNG TỘI ÁC NÀY thật vậy sao? Trong bao năm qua, họ đã làm gì khi chính phủ nhà nước và người thân họ làm việc hợp tác với Arap Seoud, một xứ sở gần như mặc nhiên cho phép chặt đầu người đối kháng và hiếp dâm những phụ nữ “không tuân phục”? Quí vị Âu Châu đả làm gì khi nhà nước chính phủ, tập đoàn đại bản của quí vị xen xía lật đổ đảo chính và dội bom bắn giết dân ở những khu vực này?
Nếu chưa muốn nói thẳg sự thật rằng dân Âu Châu họ gần như im lặng và cho qua những vụ việc giới quyền chức của họ, quân lính của họ đi giết người hiếp dâm tại Trung Đông, xứ sở nay đang tan nát vì “quyền lợi quốc gia, quyền lợi kinh tế “của họ!
Nhưng chưa hết đâu! Tất cả chỉ mới là màn đầu. Sau “màn khủng hoảng tị nạn” sẽ còn nhiều khủng hoảng nữa đang chờ đón họ. Tất cả đã lên tuồng và đang chờ diễn tiếp trên sân khấu Âu Châu. Lúc đó họ, người Âu Châu sẽ đổ thừa cho ai đây?
“làn sóng” thổi phồng tội phạm của một vài cá nhân người Trung Đông trong nhóm tị nạn, nếu thật sự xảy thật, như xảy ra gần như hàng năm tại hầu hết các xã hội, chính là một hành động khỏa lấp đê hèn vô trách nhiệm của người Âu Châu đối với hệ thống chính trị của họ và của chính cái “giá trị tiến bộ” mà họ đang rêu rao tự hào và sợ bị “người Hồi phá mất”!
Quí vị thật tâm muốn giải pháp cho “món quà phần thưởng” của Mỹ DoThái này tặng quí vị? Thì đây đơn giản thôi, ngay trong tầm tay “dân chủ” của quí vị Ậu Châu:
Nhưng BÀI HỌC TRƯNG CẦU DÂN Ý của HY LẠP đã cho thấy cái gọi là nền “dân chủ gián tiếp” của quí vị chỉ là trò hề hữu dụng khi bọn chúng cần vẽ mặt thôi- Khi chúng cần làm, cần thực hiện kế hoạch chủ trương, thì lá phiếu của quí vị chỉ là giấy chùi đít! Trò hề này đang diễn ra vui nhộn tại nước Mỹ, nền dân chủ đứng đầu của quí vị!
NGUỒN DẪN và THAM KHẢO
Sep 26, 2015 … As the refugee crisis in Europe has come to dominate western media headlines, … Simply put, the discourse on the refugee crisis is essential to …
Sep 22, 2015 … While Europe is erecting fences, deploying armies and expressing its “concern” about how to deal with the annual influx of some 300,000 …
Sep 7, 2015 … There are more refugees now than at any time since World War II. … The refugee crisis is merely a symptom of the far greater and far more …
Aug 31, 2015 … Thousands of refugees and asylum seekers head for safe havens daily – a human … Crisis resolution is obvious – not considered nor will it be.
Sep 4, 2015 … What, in turn, are the “roots” of the crises in these countries which have … Any serious consideration of what lies behind the surge of refugees …
EU Refugee Crisis: Stop Illegal Wars, Don’t Blame The Victims
By Finian Cunningham
We should be demanding legal sanctions and prosecution of government leaders over what are gross violations of international law.
European governments stand accused of war crimes, yet we allow them to get away with mass murder. Then when we incur secondary problems such as the massive displacement of refugees from wars and conflicts – that our governments have fomented – we illogically and cravenly focus on blaming the victims of our governments’ criminality.
Part of the public shaming of the villains would involve holding those European members of the US-led NATO military alliance accountable to international law. Individual government and military leaders should be prosecuted for war crimes and crimes against peace. The inculpating evidence is out there. The fact that European governments have waged dubious overseas wars – with impunity – is the real shame and root of the problem.
Wars in former Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria and Ukraine, as well as drone assassinations in Pakistan, Somalia and Yemen, plus covert military operations in Mali, Niger and Ivory Coast have all involved complicity of European member states. Britain and France in particular have been most prominent in carrying out US-led NATO military interventions, both overt and covert, as in Libya and Syria, respectively.
The countless millions of people displaced across Central Asia, the Middle East and Africa are a direct result of European militarism in conjunction with that of Washington. Even the French intervention in Mali and Central Africa Republic are questionable under international law. Both were launched without United Nations Security Council resolutions.
Over the past five years, Libya perhaps represents the most egregious case of illegal war conducted by NATO and its European members, including Norway, Denmark, Netherlands, Italy in addition to Britain and France. Along with the US, these countries violated a UN mandate to bomb Africa’s most prosperous and stable country into a bloody shambles. Thousands of civilians were killed in the seven-month US-EU blitzkrieg, culminating in the brutal murder of leader Muammar Gaddafi.
Libya was ransacked into a failed state, over-run by illegally armed extremist groups, and it was European governments who authored the descent into barbarism. Where are the calls for justice for these atrocious crimes in so-called civilized, law-abiding, Nobel-prize-winning Europe?
Yet last week, American and European military chiefs were calling for even more military intervention in Libya and Syria. This declaration of military intervention – regardless of its stated purpose of “fighting terrorism” – is in itself an act of illegal aggression under international law; according to respected war crimes lawyer Christopher Black, speaking to this author. So, where was the public outrage and calls for prosecution over this flagrant bout of more criminality by our European governments and their American ally?
Even where countries have not been directly hit by NATO’s military, such as Eritrea, Sudan and Cameroon, refugees coming from such places are doing so largely because of the lawless gateway-to-Europe that Libya was turned into by NATO’s destruction.
This week we see the Danish parliament voting into law measures which allow its police to confiscate assets of asylum-seekers worth more than $1,400. The move has caused international controversy out of concern that the Danish authorities are infringing on human rights.
The Danish law is only one in a litany of grim signs that Europe is becoming an increasingly hostile place towards refugees. Countries like Hungary, Slovenia, Poland and Austria are closing their borders. Even formerly more open Germany and Sweden are restricting the intake of refugees and sending many back to where they came from.
On one hand, it is understandable that residents in different countries are alarmed by the surge in the numbers of foreign nationals. Especially when the foreigners are visibly different in color, dress and religious practice. Let’s cut to the chase. Muslims from North Africa and the Middle East are of concern for many Europeans.
The spate of sex assaults in German and Swedish cities allegedly carried out by “Arab-looking young men” has fueled a popular backlash. But there is a danger of hysterical over-reaction that feeds political interests of racist groups. A French magazine cartoon depicting the little Syrian boy who died from drowning as a grown-up sex attacker is a despicably irresponsible incitement.
So too is tarring refugees as “terrorist sympathizers”. Following the jihadist terror attacks in Paris on November 13, there has been a dramatic rise in anti-Muslim hate assaults reported in Britain and France. The Paris terrorists may have infiltrated with the droves of Syrian refugees into Europe. But surely the real focus should be on why and how these jihadists went to Syria in the first place. And why are millions of people being displaced from that country.
This week it was also reported that asylum-seekers in Britain are being forced to wear brightly colored wristbands in order for them to qualify for food handouts. The visible form of identity has led to the wearers being abused on the streets, according to the Guardian newspaper.
Previously, asylum-seekers in the British town of Middlesbrough had their house doors painted red by a local authority. Again, the discrimination led to attacks by racist thugs.
Whether officially or unofficially, Europe is becoming a racist, xenophobic fortress. Given the continent’s own history of war, displacement, fascism and genocidal persecution it should be deeply troubling that it is once again on a slippery slope to such nihilistic mentality. It is doubling worrying when we hear apologists for hard-line measures against refugees talking about “preserving European blood and culture.” Given Europe’s millennia of migrations, what “pure blood” is there to talk of apart from malign mythical notions?
To compare Europe to a sinking boat overloaded with teeming migrants is also asinine and irresponsible. Europe’s intake of one million refugees last year amounts to 0.2 per cent of its total 500 million population. Denmark’s intake of 21,300 asylum-seekers last year constitutes less than 0.4 per cent of its national population.
Europe’s refugee “crisis” is turning into an irrational, xenophobic panic that is not justified by facts. It is misleading people into dangerous political territory of persecution, racist discrimination and ultimately fascist societies that infringe on all our rights as citizens.
But far more importantly, the misplaced hysteria over refugees is a distraction from the real issue. Which is that European states are complicit in illegal wars of aggression and covert regime-change interventions.
Political leaders like Britain’s David Cameron and France’s Francois Hollande, as well as Nicolas Sarkozy before him should be prosecuted in an international court for crimes against peace. European citizens not holding their rogue governments to account is the real problem.
Shame the villains, don’t blame the victims. If we don’t stand up to lawless tyranny, then we are its next victims.
Finian Cunningham (born 1963) has written extensively on international affairs, with articles published in several languages. Originally from Belfast, Northern Ireland, he is a Master’s graduate in Agricultural Chemistry and worked as a scientific editor for the Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, England, before pursuing a career in newspaper journalism. For over 20 years he worked as an editor and writer in major news media organizations, including The Mirror, Irish Times and Independent. Now a freelance journalist based in East Africa, his columns appear on RT, Sputnik, Strategic Culture Foundation and Press TV.
Social Engineering 101, How to Make a Refugee Crisis: Destruction of All Prevailing Political Orders in the Middle East
Starting in 2007, the US was already in the process of engineering the overthrow and destruction of all prevailing political orders across the Middle East and North African (MENA) region.
It would be in Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh’s 2007 New Yorker article, “The Redirection: Is the Administration’s new policy benefiting our enemies in the war on terrorism?” that it was explicitly stated (emphasis added):
To undermine Iran, which is predominantly Shiite, the Bush Administration has decided, in effect, to reconfigure its priorities in the Middle East. In Lebanon, the Administration has coöperated with Saudi Arabia’s government, which is Sunni, in clandestine operations that are intended to weaken Hezbollah, the Shiite organization that is backed by Iran. The U.S. has also taken part in clandestine operations aimed at Iran and its ally Syria. A by-product of these activities has been the bolstering of Sunni extremist groups that espouse a militant vision of Islam and are hostile to America and sympathetic to Al Qaeda.
Hersh would also reveal that at the time, the US – then under the administration of President George Bush and through intermediaries including US-ally Saudi Arabia – had already begun channeling funding and support to the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood who would in 2011 play a crucial role in the opening phases of the destructive war now raging across the Levant.
In 2008, from Libya to Syria and beyond, activists were drawn by the US State Department from across MENA to learn the finer points of Washington and Wall Street’s “color revolution” industry. They were being prepared for an unprecedented, coordinated US-engineered MENA-wide campaign of political destabilization that would in 2011 be called the “Arab Spring.”
Through the US State Department’s National Endowment for Democracy (NED) and US State Department’s Movements.org, agitators were literally flown on several occasions to both New York and Washington D.C. as well as other locations around the globe to receive training, equipment and funding before returning to their home countries and attempting to overthrow their respective governments.
In an April 2011 article published by the New York Times titled, “U.S. Groups Helped Nurture Arab Uprisings,” it was admitted:
A number of the groups and individuals directly involved in the revolts and reforms sweeping the region, including the April 6 Youth Movement in Egypt, the Bahrain Center for Human Rights and grass-roots activists like Entsar Qadhi, a youth leader in Yemen, received training and financing from groups like the International Republican Institute, the National Democratic Institute and Freedom House, a nonprofit human rights organization based in Washington.
The article would also add, regarding the US National Endowment for Democracy (NED):
The Republican and Democratic institutes are loosely affiliated with the Republican and Democratic Parties. They were created by Congress and are financed through the National Endowment for Democracy, which was set up in 1983 to channel grants for promoting democracy in developing nations. The National Endowment receives about $100 million annually from Congress. Freedom House also gets the bulk of its money from the American government, mainly from the State Department.
The destruction of the MENA region was intentional, premeditated, and continues on to this very day.
As the Wave of Regime Change Crashes
Egypt through sheer virtue of its size and the capabilities of its military, has prevented nationwide warfare. In Syria, facing invasion primarily from both Turkey and Jordan, violence has been far more dramatic and enduring.
But despite initial euphoria across the West that their insidious conspiracy had indeed upended the MENA region entirely, Syria’s ability to resist the West’s proxy forces, and now, more direct intervention, has entirely disrupted this wave of regime change.
US Senator John McCain (Republican – Arizona) who literally posed for pictures with terrorist leaders in both Libya and Syria, including the now head of the so-called Islamic State (ISIS) in Libya, Abdul Hakim Belhaj, at the height of the Arab Spring prematurely taunted Moscow and Beijing with threats to bring similarly US-orchestrated chaos in their direction. Suffice to say, Moscow and Beijing were not only ready for this destabilization, they were prepared to foil it before it so much as reached their borders.
Staged chemical weapon attacks were perpetrated on the outskirts of Damascus, under the nose of UN inspectors in a bid to frame the government of Damascus and again justify direct US military intervention against Syria. Again, the global public, recalling similar fabrications peddled by the West ahead of its ten year invasion and occupation of Iraq along with expert diplomacy by Moscow, averted war.
And while it is increasingly obvious that Al Qaeda and ISIS’ presence in Syria and Iraq is the direct, premeditated result of US-NATO and their regional allies’ sponsorship of both groups, the West has attempted to use them as a pretext for direct military intervention not only in Syria, but again, against the government of Damascus itself.
Cue the Refugees
As this last attempt to justify a final push toward regime change in Syria falters, and as European powers begin deciding whether or not to intervene further in Syria alongside the US, a sudden and convenient deluge of refugees has flooded Europe, almost as if on cue. Scenes like that out of a movie showed hordes of tattered refugees herded along various borders as they apparently appeared out of what the Western media has portrayed as a puff of smoke at Europe’s gates.
In reality, they did not appear out of a puff of smoke. They appeared in Turkey, a NATO member since the 1950’s and one of America’s closest regional allies. Turkey is currently hosting the US military, including special forces and the CIA who have, together with Turkish military and intelligence agencies, been conducting a proxy war on neighboring Syria since 2011.
Turkey has suspiciously maintained a very enthusiastic “open door” policy for refugees, spending inexplicable sums of money and political capital in accommodating them. The Brookings Institution – one of the chief policy think tanks helping engineer the proxy war with Syria – reported in its July 2015 “Order out of Chaos” article, “What Turkey’s open-door policy means for Syrian refugees,” that:
Turkey is now the world’s largest recipient of refugees. Since October 2013, the number of Syrian refugees has increased more than threefold and now numbers almost two million registered refugees.
Brookings also reports that:
The cost has been high to Turkey. Government officials are quick to point out that they have spent over $6 billion on the refugees and complain about the lack of international support.
Pawns of War
Clearly Turkey lacks any altruistic motivation behind its refugee policy. Turkey is one of the chief facilitators of terrorists operating in Syria, and a primary collaborator in NATO’s proxy war against its neighbor. Turkey has allowed literally hundreds of supply trucks a day to cross its borders uninhibited and destined for ISIS territory. Turkey has also been tasked throughout various US policy papers with establishing a “buffer zone” or “safe haven” to move these refugees into, as well as for establishing a Syrian-based stronghold for NATO’s terrorist proxies to launch military operations from. Likely, the refugees were to serve as the initial population of whatever proxy state NATO planned to create with territory it seized and established no-fly-zones over in northern Syria.
Now it appears many of these refugees are instead being rerouted to Europe.
However, not all of the refugees flooding into Europe from Turkey are even from the Syrian conflict. Many are being trafficked first to Turkey from other theaters of NATO operations, including Afghanistan and Pakistan as well as Iraq. It appears that Turkey is serving as a central transit point, not just for terrorists it is feeding into the Syrian conflict, but also for collecting refugees from across MENA and Central Asia, before allowing them to proceed in vast numbers to Europe.
Some reports even indicate that the refugees are receiving direct assistance from the Turkish government itself. The International New York Times’ Greek Kathimerini paper, in an article titled, “Refugee flow linked to Turkish policy shift,” claims (emphasis added):
A sharp increase in the influx of migrants and refugees, mostly from Syria, into Greece is due in part to a shift in Turkey’s geopolitical tactics, according to diplomatic sources. These officials link the wave of migrants into the eastern Aegean to political pressures in neighboring Turkey, which is bracing for snap elections in November, and to a recent decision by Ankara to join the US in bombing Islamic State targets in Syria. The analyses of several officials indicate that the influx from neighboring Turkey is taking place as Turkish officials look the other way or actively promote the exodus.
Catastrophes that are meant to look “sudden” and “unexpected” as well as “unstoppable” but are in fact, allowed to unfold within an operational theater completely controlled by the US and NATO constitutes instead a conspiracy – pitting desperate and/or exploited refugees intentionally sent out of Turkey and into Europe, against a manipulated, fearful, and ill-informed Western public.
Those familiar with NATO’s Cold War Gladio program can see clearly that the attacks were staged to play into a strategy of tension used to produce fear domestically and build up support for wars abroad.
The recent refugee crisis is being used for precisely this same purpose. In fact, while a false debate is being managed by the Western media and Western political figures to either unconditionally accept the refugees or unconditionally reject them, the only singular narrative both sides are being made to agree on is that instability across MENA is to blame and more bombing is the answer.
Debates over increased, direct military intervention in Syria are now almost entirely predicated not on supporting “freedom fighters,” stopping “WMDs,” or fighting “ISIS,” but instead on how military intervention can help solve the “refugee crisis.”
The main narratives undulating media headlines dismiss both the West’s role in devastating the MENA region, as well as acknowledging the fact that the “refugee crisis” is emanating primarily from within NATO’s borders, not from beyond them. The refugees are pawns, intentionally moved across the game board to illicit a predictable reaction from their hopelessly unskilled opponents – the public. While the social engineers are engaged in a game of three-dimensional chess, the Western public appears to be infantilely eating their checkers.
Considering this unfortunate reality, whatever justifications the West is able to predicate upon the refugee crisis will have to be confronted again by Syria and its allies alone – with the Western public hopelessly defenseless against a conspiracy they have been made accomplices of.
Social Engineering vs. the Inevitable Rot of Empire
A refugee crisis was inevitable, regardless of the timing and magnitude of any given deluge that may have been created or manipulated by the West. Destroying the planet in pursuit of empire, pillaging nations and hauling away the wealth of the world, inevitably leads to endless streams of victims following their stolen wealth back to the thieves’ den. As an empire expands and the list of its victims expands with it, the number of those an empire is able to fully assimilate versus those who will inevitable overwhelm it eventually tips the balance against the empire’s favor.
Such was the fate of the Roman Empire, which over the course of its decline, had its institutions overwhelmed by peoples it had conquered faster than it could assimilate them.
How much of the most recent refugee crisis is social engineering versus simply the inevitable rot of empire is difficult to tell – though the fact that social engineers would be tempted to use a vast number of refugees created by their own foreign policy indicates that their ploy in and of itself is indicative of immense, irreversible geopolitical rot.