The leaders of Germany and France (and Sweden… etc.) seem particularly determined to carry out *someone’s* plan to destroy Europe through multicultural immigration policies that are nothing short of engineered national suicide. It will bankrupt Western European nations to deal with the increased crime, welfare, and social tensions – the only benefit, if you can call it that without being amongst the elite who will profit from it safely – is that it will lead to the economic collapse of Europe and eventually the military invasion of Europe during WWIII. Even Bill Gates has commented on how unsustainable these wildly unpopular policies are. Of course the “leaders” know best; French President Macron recently said he will just rule like the Roman god Jupiter because his thinking is too complex to bother explaining to the masses anymore. Since the masses allow this, they will get what they deserve.
(Nostradamus warned almost 500 years ago that France would open a path to Mohammedan invasion through neglect and negligence in the early 21st century.)
I found the article: Europe’s Mass Migration: The Leaders vs. the Public – HERE at the counterjihadreport blog, but they got it from the Gatestone Institute, by Douglas Murray, July 9, 2017:
“On the one hand you want to demonstrate generosity and take in refugees. But the more generous you are, the more word gets around about this — which in turn motivates more people to leave Africa. Germany cannot possibly take in the huge number of people who are wanting to make their way to Europe.” — Bill Gates.
The annual survey of EU citizens, recently carried out by Project 28, found a unanimity on the issue of migration almost unequalled across an entire continent. The survey found that 76% of the public across the EU believe that the EU’s handling of the migration crisis of recent years has been “poor”. There is not one country in the EU in which the majority of the public differs from that consensus.
At the same time as the public has known that what the politicians are doing is unsustainable, there has been a vast effort to control what the European public have been allowed to say. German Chancellor Angela Merkel went so far as to urge Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to limit posts on social media that were critical of her policies.
Douglas Murray, author and editor of The Spectator, comments in an interview here: