The current refugee crisis in the Middle East is filled with contention, however few issues are as contentious as which nations are responsible for accepting Syrian refugees into their homelands.
Thus far, the Canadian media have been relentless in promoting the idea that it is incumbent upon Canada, as well as other western nations, to serve as the primary repositories. Each day in our mainstream media we read of how Canadians have a moral obligation to help solve the refugee crisis. In fact, the rhetoric is so extreme it often appears our newspapers are attempting to persuade rather than inform our citizens of these duties. If this were not the case, we would be reading more about which countries are refusing to absorb these people. Ironically, it is the so-called “brethren’ countries which have erected a wall to prevent entry to their nations. Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iran, as well as a number of other co-religionist nations have not accepted a single refugee.
Written by: Brad Salzberg
2 thoughts on “Compassion As A Weapon: Politicizing The Syrian Refugee Crisis”
Euro Canadians are very susceptible to ultra altruism, same as most other European whites. Altruism to the point of genetic/cultural suicide is a major weakness in people of European decent worldwide and nonwhites and middlemen minorities will exploit our weakness to the best of their abilities.
Lets look at Muslims for example who take advantage of our generous social welfare systems to engage in reproductive warfare to breed us out of power. As Muslims population increases so does their ability to influence: laws, culture and politics. Muslims are cultural and to large part racially aware of their situation in white nations and know they need only to wait 2 generations until their grandchildren are a majority as whites commit racial suicide.