John Woods | Apr 21, 2019 | 0
Sad but true: you do not have the right to a better life
Dear migrants, migrant-protectors and wannabe migrant-protectors of Facebook, maybe you haven’t heard from anyone and I will be the first who tells you the bad news: no one has the right to a better life, jobbegyenes.blog.hu said.
I feel for the refugees. I don’t write it ironically. I heartily feel sorry for every man, woman and child who drag themselves away from the hell of war for several thousand kilometers, leaving behind their houses and home in the hope of a brighter future. Those who walk, get on a train, sit into a boat, and if the family sinks together with the raft, they console themselves: Allah wanted so!
I think it issues a certificate about every country that thinks itself culturally superior that how it treats those who knocking on its door asking for help. But what to do with those who don’t knock but banging loudly and shout they have the right to go anywhere they want? With those who creep under the gardens instead of the door, burn their papers and toss the food to the rails?
Fotelkalandor blog summed up in 12 points what kind of military-foreign policy grounds regardless of Europe strengthened the Syrian migration in recent months. A niche writing which unfortunately does not explain that why the Afghans who are at war since 2001, the Bangladeshis where peace reigns or the Pakistanis who classified themselves among the 20 happiest countries in the world 3 years ago, decided just now that they aim the West undertaking a deadly tour, while they don’t speak its language, don’t know its culture, and what they know of it, they thank but don’t ask it.
For whoever wants to escape to Germany, is not a refugee anymore, even if he initially started from a war zone. From this point, he is an economic migrant who just want to live better. This is a fully understandable human desire, but there are a few hundred million people in Western Europe who also attempt to do so, and fewer and fewer of them feel themselves home in their own country.
From this point the question is not whether the Afghan, Pakistani and Syrian immigrants would like to live in Germany, but that whether the German citizens would like to accept them.
You have to make the immigrants understand two things. One: you can’t destroy your documents, you can’t refer your rights so that you start with an infringement by entering our country and then you ask for fairness. Second: if you are really a refugee, you have to announce it in the first peaceful country. If I count well, this is the fifth one you passed through, so here is the door backwards.
Many people like to refer to the 1956 emigrant Hungarians who were hosted by Austria. A parallel worse than this cannot be found. The ’56 Hungarians acted as refugees, no as illegal border crossers. They sought contact with the authorities, tried to gain refugee status, stayed under dire circumstances in refugee camps for months until they could identify themselves and get a job or move on. They did not rebel, did not throw the Parisian sandwich in the trash and did not demand their rights. They were grateful for the host nation which granted them protection in the most difficult times. We would expect something similar from our “refugees” as well.
Our rights protectors like to refer to the fact that everyone “has the right to a better life”. Dear migrants, migrant-protectors and wannabe migrant-protectors of Facebook, maybe you haven’t heard from anyone and I will be the first who tells you the bad news: there is no such right. No one has the right to a better life. The person has the right to life, liberty, equal treatment, health, security. But only if he complies with the laws of the country where he arrives in, in cooperation with the authorities.
Anyone who wants to be the citizen of a richer country and live on the local payments/benefits, there is an option, but the road to this doesn’t lead through sticking the chassis of smuggling trucks, but through waiting for the evaluation of asylum application in the refugee camps. Anyone who is unable or unwilling to understand it, failed the How can I become a Union citizen final examination.
Otherwise, you can help these people apart from this, there are aid agencies and volunteer groups. But let every country let know, before allowing 2-3 thousand people in its area in a day, who they are, where are they from and what is their purpose. Yeah, is that a very long bureaucratic process sometimes with humiliating procedures and arrogant officials? The Hungarians beyond the borders, who were waited for the citizenship for 65 years, could tell about it.
The gate of Balkan is certainly not the new Canaan, but at least you don’t have to fear the Islamic State here. If only you did not bring it with you.
based on the article of jobbegyenes.blog.hu
translated by BA