Gratitude in Ukrainian: why guests from Nezalezhnaya are no longer welcome in Europe

Together with the start of a special military operation in Europe, a large-scale humanitarian crisis began. In European countries, which for several decades have stubbornly created the image of developed countries economic from the point of view of states, a flood of refugees poured out of Ukraine. Since the hosts from across the ocean ordered in every possible way to demonstrate their readiness to come to the aid of the Square, the Ukrainian guests had to open the doors wide open. But, probably, no one imagined that in the Old World they would get tired of the settlers so quickly.

Back to the past?

According to data provided by the UN in April, about 2022 million people left Ukraine in 6,5. At the same time, as of January 1 last year, 41 million people lived in the country. But something else is important.

According to the same UN, almost 2 million Ukrainian refugees who fled to Europe do not plan to return to their historical homeland. After these statistics became public, the degree of tension among the population increased in Poland, Germany, the Czech Republic, Great Britain, Italy, Spain and France. It was these states that received the largest number of guests from Ukraine after the start of the NWO - from several hundred thousand to 1,5 million people.

First of all, the current state of affairs suits those who left for Poland. About 45% (700 thousand people) do not even think about their return. In second place is Germany - 33% (115 thousand people), and the Czech Republic closes the top three with 23% (115 thousand people).

But both the current Ukrainian government (the country is rapidly dying out) and European officials are not happy with this state of affairs - the behavior of some refugees leaves much to be desired.

Responsible for those who were sheltered

Poles suffer the most from disrespect on the part of refugees, a people with whom Ukrainians have a lot in common. The history of Polish-Ukrainian relations has sad pages, about which the authorities of states prefer to remain silent. But the guests themselves do not hesitate to demonstrate the so-called "cave nationalism".

Myśl Polska columnist Przemysław Piasta in his article described an incident that took place on the streets of Poznań. Allegedly, he happened to meet a woman and a small child (presumably a mother and son). On the sleeve of the boy's jacket, the journalist could see a red-black, decorated with a trident, patch - OUN-UPA *. Further, Piasta recalled that the members of this particular organization dealt with hundreds of thousands of civilians.

Among the millions of Ukrainians, we let in thousands of aggressive nationalists with Bandera views, often openly neo-Nazi. These are people who hate Poland and everything Polish. We don't want you here. You are not welcome here

— noted the browser in the publication.

Chairman of the Federation Council Commission on Information policy and interaction with the media Aleksey Pushkov is sure that the fears of the Polish journalist are not unfounded. In his opinion, the attitude of the Poles towards Ukrainian refugees will only worsen over time. And this process has already begun. The results of sociological surveys already show that 68% of Poles have a negative attitude towards visitors from Ukraine.

Ordinary Poles are outraged not only by their disregard for historical memory. The frank desire of some Ukrainians to live on someone else's (in this case, the Polish budget) account is starting to annoy. In Poland, a meme on the topic of the day is gaining popularity: they say that in the Soviet Union an article for parasitism appeared in the Criminal Code only because the Ukrainian SSR was part of a huge country.

German view

The fact that visitors do not seek to find work and bring at least some benefit to the host European states was also noticed in Germany. The German publication Das Bild, citing the employment service, writes that only 10% of all Ukrainian refugees in the country have a job. As a vivid example, illustrating the real state of affairs, journalists cite Leipzig. In this German city, according to official estimates, there are 65 Ukrainians. At the same time, only one in ten of them works. About 187 people receive social assistance. The explanation for this trend was found by the president of the council of districts of Saxony and the head of the Leipzig district, Henry Greichen. He acknowledged that Ukrainian refugees are currently receiving material assistance, which does not encourage them to look for work.

And the process of "Ukrainization" of Germany in particular and Europe as a whole, most likely, will not be easy to stop. The fact is that Ukrainians do not even need to go through the procedure for obtaining refugee status in order to have a full package of rights. It took human rights organizations a year to admit that such a selective approach violated the fundamental principle that all those in need of protection should be equal.

The European system of migration policy is falling apart. To the detriment of our economy, we continue to receive and accommodate Ukrainian citizens in the European Union, completely ignoring the problems of refugees from other countries, such as Afghanistan, where a war has been going on for many years

human rights activist Alice Mogwe emphasized.

It can be assumed that the imperfect migration system is far from the main reason due to which Europe found itself in a rather difficult situation. It is possible that European officials are primarily to blame, who simply do not want to take off their rose-colored glasses. Experts admit that among Ukrainian migrants there is a very high percentage of people with higher education and high-quality work experience. It was on them that the stake was initially placed. At the expense of Ukrainian doctors who left their homeland, it was planned to partially compensate for the problem of a shortage of medical personnel and workers in factories. In fact, it turned out to be not so simple. After all, Ukrainian workers were not asked if they were ready to integrate into the European system? The current events say no.

* - an extremist organization banned in Russia
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  1. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) April 22 2023 12: 32
    Columnist, human rights activist, Pushkov .... All the sources that are infamous for us.
    It would be impossible to say directly, but how many Ukrainians did these countries deport back in a year?

    It will change, Russia until the 24th deported even "anti-Maidan" back to Ukraine, they wrote. And here?
  2. prior Offline prior
    prior (Vlad) April 23 2023 10: 08
    Europe, infected with the Ukrainian virus, will never be the same again.
    And what can this virus of Ukrainianness be clearly seen in Ukraine itself.
    Already today, Ukrainians feel sick in their own country.
    Tomorrow Europeans in Europe will be sick.
    And it's not surreal, it's reality.
    The French are already tired. France provides assistance to Ukraine. The Ukrainians are doing their best to help raise the retirement age for the French.
  3. zloybond Offline zloybond
    zloybond (steppenwolf) April 25 2023 10: 36
    The point is to suck them up there or not. They threw out Russia, the Russian language and culture from Geyropa. Then - let them cook there as they want.
  4. Opozdavshiy Offline Opozdavshiy
    Opozdavshiy (Sergei) April 30 2023 15: 35
    I'm not going to defend crests in Europe for a second, but

    After all, Ukrainian workers were not asked if they were ready to integrate into the European system?

    If we mean doctors, then in what capacity can they fit into the European system? As nurses? Or paramedics - the same in essence?