I'm not on the side of migrants. At least not in the sense that the word migrant has got its meaning in the actual communication. Obviously, I do not like turmoil, security threats, demanders, parasites. I don't like cheaters, liars, boasters, the lazy. I find it particularly dangerous if people act in an organized manner on a disturbing, scandalous event, risking human life.
But I'm also sure the majority is not like that. However, the communication about the people whom I listed is negative. It's not right. It is not the humanitarian hand-shake, but the need for labor by multinationals in Europe was the number one reason why borders have opened up. Let's not forget that the world is a terrible place! Not even a fraction of news on real violence, ecological catastrophe, ethnic, religious, political persecution that takes place can reach to us, and we cannot imagine the scope of events in regard of anguish and numbers. We are sitting in a Lehar operetta in Europe and we believe that the world works by Lehar standards. And our leaders are forcing slogans like European and other values. Undoubtedly, there were once such values, but the reality is always a hundred years ahead of memories and people are setting up false standards based on the nostalgia of memories that may not work in today's situation. The reason is: the world is simply different! Of course, we receive little information about this other world.
No doubt, we must tolerate particular situations. Must tolerate within and outside the country. We must tolerate even when famine occurs, wealth is lost and human life are at stake:
Be sure we shall test you with something of fear and hunger, some loss in goods or lives or the fruits (of your toil), but give glad tidings to those who patiently persevere, (Quran 2:155)
However, there is a level of suffering, persecution that is not reasonable to endure. Earth of Allah is spacious enough:
When angels take the souls of those who die in sin against their souls, they say: "In what (plight) Were ye?" They reply: "Weak and oppressed Were we in the earth." They say: "Was not the earth of Allah spacious enough for you to move yourselves away (From evil)?" Such men will find their abode in Hell,- What an evil refuge! – (Quran 4:97)
Islam does not say: "Resist not evil." On the contrary it requires a constant, unceasing struggle against evil. For such struggle it may be necessary to forsake home and unite and organize and join our brethren in assaulting and overthrowing the fortress of evil. For the Muslim's duty is not only to enjoin good but to prohibit evil. To make our assault we must be prepared to put ourselves in a position from which such assault would be possible, and Allah's earth is spacious enough for the purpose. "Position" includes not only local position, but moral and material position.
Most of the catastrophes on earth are man-made. It is not just about wars, it is also about environment pollution, global climate change. These cause drought and then famine. I have seen with my own eyes how the life of villages became impossible in part of Mali bordering Mauritania. The desert moved forward for kilometers and dried up water resources and arable land. If people would have stayed it equals death, however moving away changes ethnic and distribution rates. This is a tension that often ends up in wars. Who is the responsible? The migrant?
Politics does not go down to these levels. Politicians rub their hands when tension comes then they can manipulate it. They can build on these tensions the divisive interests over which they can rule. And if the story includes oil, nuclear potential, strategic goals, even superpowers will cause disintegration of regions.
Persecution always exists whether we know it or not. On the other hand, if political goals play role, the persecution suddenly intensifies and strengthens on mass level. Looking just at a small part of the world, without mentioning all cases, citing Wikipedia's post-2010 situation
- Strategic demographic and cultural cleansing by the Sinhala Buddhist majority of the Muslim and Tamil minorities in Sri Lanka.
- Refugees of the fighting in the Central African Republic, January 19, 2014
- The killing of hundreds of ethnic Uzbeks in Kyrgyzstan during the 2010 South Kyrgyzstan riots resulting in the flight of thousands of Uzbek refugees to Uzbekistan have been called ethnic cleansing by the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe and international media.
- The black Libyan tribe of Tawergha town de-populated by Anti-Gaddafi forces following the Battle of Tawergha in 2011.
- 2012 Rakhine State riots. An estimated 90,000 people have been displaced in the recent sectarian violence between Rohingya Muslims and Buddhists in Burma's western Rakhine State.
- Approximately 400,000 people have been displaced in the 2012 Assam ethnic violence between indigenous Bodos and Bengali-speaking Muslims in Assam, India.
- Sources inside the Syriac Orthodox Church have reported that an ongoing ethnic cleansing of Syrian Christians is being carried out by anti-government rebels.
- Central African Republic conflict (2012–present). More than 1 million have been internally displaced.
- 2013 Burma anti-Muslim riots
- South Sudanese conflict (2013–present). More than 700,000 have been internally displaced. Part of Ethnic violence in South Sudan.
- In 2017 a new wave of government sanctioned ethnic cleansing against Rohingya Muslims amounting to genocide with thousands killed and many villages burned to the ground with their inhabitants executed has been reported in Myanmar. Even children were reportedly beheaded or burned alive by the Mayanmar military and buddhist vigilantes.
- In the operation "Olive Branch", January–March 2017, the Turkish military and allied Syrian Arab and Turkmen militias carried out the ethnic cleansing of the Afrin region, displacing 150,000-300,000 Kurdish people, and began resettling the region with Arab refugees of the Syrian civil war.
The above list does not yet include today's events, which are launching new waves of refugee flows. The policy strengthens molestation against Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Parisians, Jains, Christians in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh, resulting a new citizenship bill in India. On this basis, individuals of persecuted religion are accepted by India, but not Muslims. However, there are also persecuted Muslims. Such are Hazaras, Ahmedites, Shiites in Pakistan and Afghanistan. But India is also not so modest concerning persecution of Muslims. I haven't already mentioned one of the greatest crises of our time, the situation of Uyghur Muslims in China. There are 2 million Uighurs in transformation camps and many are victims of violence. I can't forget from the list the local conflicts, proxy wars, which affect tens of millions.
I can't describe enough the scope of the problem. We can sit around, build fences, strengthen the self-confidence of a 9 million nation on the basis of protecting Europe from migrants, but this is all false! Communication on migrants is false, as it puts every migrant in a negative block. The European view that plays a tickle-tickle game with the Turkish leader and others in order to extinguish the fire is also fake, however Europe has no program, nor does it aware of the real magnitude of the problem. Kurt and Hans don't pay attention at all because their cottages aren't burning and their Porsche is running nicely under their ass. They live light-years away from the middle and lower classes of their country. But the biggest ones, the US, Russia and China, are expecting to give a sign by nod to the start of a greater hell in the Middle East. The basic atmosphere is available. Ethnics, religions are already confronting between each other. It's question of strategic analysis when is worth to blast up that empty paper bag.
For a short time, the migrant issue can be set up to protect European and Christian values, to preserve our Lehar operetta attitude, but believe me, we are at the very bottom as far as power is concerned. By this I don’t mean only Hungary but also Europe.