On the background of the intrigue that accompanies presidential elections in France, all over the world, including the Caucasus, are increasingly the main issue is: should we expect Europe’s right turn?
What is Europe?
What will be the reaction of European societies to the threats of terrorism, uncontrolled migration flows, the reduction of the local population and other problems that became apparent with the increasing in the Old world of the social democratic model of the state? States with weak and liberal power structures, increased social responsibility, endless privileges, preferences and benefits not only for local citizens but also for migrants… including those that are of no value to host countries are not.
As we heard stories about the most incredible displays of excessive, defies logic of a liberal European countries in relation to those who in a penny does not put their values and laws.
My English friend says that in the neighborhood lived a family from Jamaica, and the house pays to the British government. Family is what gives birth to the children to get more money from the government, and one day she complained to the relevant services that they get on my nerves red curtains in the house and it would be necessary to change them.
At this time, the local people work two jobs, slaving away over the payment of loans, living paycheck to paycheck.. And certainly nobody will change red curtains on blue…
The injustice of what is happening obvious, and of course, the discontent of citizens is increasing, in Germany, France, Spain, the growing influence of right-wing forces, Britain out of the European Union, and in related Europe, the United States came to power right Donald trump.
It would seem, here it is, right turn, inevitable. It is time to sew leather jacket, haircut bald and hang from the balconies of the flag with the famous marching hammers from Pink Floyd…
However, is everything really clear? And there is no exaggeration in the opinion that the right wins in Europe?
This statement is the most important flaw that characterizes many of our compatriots, when they talk about Europe.
In the EU 28 countries!
In their presentation always turns out that Europe is homogeneous, one whole and the situation in one part of the same another. What does it actually mean “Right-wing win in Europe?” Anyone ever stand up and say, “the Islamists are winning in Asia”? What sort of Asia? What kind of parts of Asia are we talking about?
If we are talking about Egypt, it still has some meaning, but if we’re talking about Japan? She’s also Asia?
Well, to reduce the area of search and let’s say that in the middle East. But there about the same. In Israel, too, win? After All, Israel Is The Middle East? And that, in the Turkey win? After all, at least partially, but Turkey is also the middle East.
We can say unequivocally that in Europe everyone wins something specific? Anyway, when we talk about Europe, what part mean? The question is not idle, as the habit to generalize in this case harmful for the future of the countries of the region. For example, many people in Georgia say, “Well, there is some Georgia Europe, with whom you compare yourself?”
That is, we have a strong belief that the country has nothing to do with Europe, but no one asks a reasonable question: and what part of Europe are you actually talking about?
In the EU 28 countries, and is a completely different countries at very different stages of development. When someone says “We are not Europe”, meaning Germany and England, then, perhaps, we can agree.
But the South, so this statement raises more and more doubts. For example, if you keep in mind the North of Italy. But in the South — Sicily and Naples — the difference less and less.
When we talk about the Czech Republic and Poland, perhaps we can agree, but Romania and Bulgaria — it is quite another thing. And have the words “the Caucasus is not Europe” do not sound too convincing in the Balkans — in Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia…
Saying “We are not Europe”, please specify what you mean Germany or Romania? Like it or not, but the Balkans and the Carpathians — this is the same Europe, like the Alps, whether you like it or not… And if the peoples of South-East Europe not for a moment doubt their belonging to European civilization, then we have no reason to do it. In the end, not because all BMW-Mercedes to produce…
I almost forgot, there is a country called Albania. In the heart of Europe. Its background Georgia and Azerbaijan — the most that neither is Europe…
No United Europe, sorry, no!
In this context, we can consider the question: “Will Europe’s right turn?”
Please specify which part of Europe you mean, by asking this question: the West, North, South, East, Southeast, or Central?
There is no United Europe, if not to take into account similarity laws, procedures and management systems. Sweden is one thing and Greece is another.
The Greeks love a noisy feast with dancing, they have a lot of relatives, brothers, sisters, godparents, which have a close relationship. The Swedes, on the contrary, individualists, quiet, peaceful, and relatives you see only on holidays.
Want to talk about these countries under one umbrella, impersonal calling them by Europe?
Or, for example, in England the state recognizes gay marriage, while in Croatia the Constitution says that marriage is the Union of a man and a woman and all. The question is closed. When many traditionalists call Europe Geyropoy what exactly are you referring to England or Croatia?
Same thing here. “Europe was swept by a wave of migration”… Sounds impressive, just specify, please, what part of Europe is it?
For example, in Prague or Budapest no dominance of migrants there. In Tbilisi you can see more of Africans, Indians and Arabs than in the Czech Republic and Hungary.
Eastern and Central Europe about the “massive dominance of migrants” only knows on TV — or in cases where crowds of refugees pass through their territory to get to Germany. The problem off-scale migration is a problem of a few, the developed European countries, but not the majority of EU countries.
And then we often hear astounding figures on migration flows in Europe, but this crafty figures. When we hear that “in Britain for the year arrived 100,000 migrants”, it should be understood that in this figure the United Pakistanis and poles, Afghans and Lithuanians. Despite the fact that it is not necessary to be an expert to understand that a Pakistani is one thing, but a pole is another.
Moreover, even within individual countries receiving migrants, the situation is different. In Britain a little better, as most Asians in England are immigrants from the countries of South-East Asia: India, Sri Lanka, Burma, etc., They do not pose any problem to the country of residence, their role in the minor crime, terrorism — zero.
In any London office, you can see Sikhs with big turbans on their heads — they are diligent students and disciplined staff, exemplary, law-abiding citizens.
Where will win right?
No in Europe the issue of migration. There is a problem of migration in specific European countries. For example, in France it is, as the bulk of its workers — passionate, with a look at the world of the Arabs.
Germany had no problems with migrants, before she created them on her head, letting a large number of refugees in the last year or two. The main part of migrants in Germany before it was the Turks who are not too adapt to German society, have kept their traditions and habits in the home, but any major problems Germany was not created. Note the increasing terrorist acts in Germany there is a solid Arab refugees, but not a single Turk. There is no doubt that the overall policy of Europe towards migration will harden and follow in the footsteps of Eastern Europe, which does not hide that he does not want to see too many foreigners.
It is not excluded that in separate countries for a time will really win rights. But as already mentioned, in Europe the countries are different, problems are different and, therefore, risks in politics is also different. There will be no right turn in Europe. May be in separate countries and that is not a fact.
However, it is clear that, in General, Europe will remain about the same as now, though a bit closed…