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Goodbye, Europe? Hello, Chaos?: Merkel's Migrant Bomb

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They come from across the Middle East, South Asia, North Africa-floods of refugees seeking sanctuary in Europe. Most are men. Some are terrorists. And all represent an ethnopolitical nightmare for the European Union.

What drives these migrants? Why, instead of seeking out nations with common ethnic and religious ties, do they instead head north and west, where few speak the
Paperback, 256 pages
Published May 23rd 2017 by Daena Publications LLC
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Victoria N Alexander
Jul 11, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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It's complicated

Goodbye Europe? Hello Chaos? taught me that I had absolutely no idea how complicated the issue of immigration is, which makes it difficult to summarize Springmann's thesis. His knowledge of the subject is staggering; every fact is well-documented and succinctly described. You could use it as a reference companion to any other book on the topic. As I was reading the recurring image I kept seeing was of a multi-dimensional board game called EMPIRE, with people being used like game
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Let's change the point of view for a moment: maybe there is nothing worth saving if a million individuals, mostly friendly, can irreversibly "damage" the culture or 300 million. ...more
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J. Michael Springmann served in the United States government at the Commerce Department and as a diplomat with the State Department’s Foreign Service, with postings in Germany, India, and Saudi Arabia. He left federal service and currently practices law in the Washington, DC, area.

Springmann has been published in numerous foreign policy publications, including Covert Action Quarterly, Unclassified

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