Moscow prepares for white exodus from Europe to Russia

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

It is quite possible that as the process of replacing native Europeans with third world stock continues across Euroland white Europeans may start streaming out of their native countries to settle down somewhere else including Russia.

Russia must prepare for the consequences of a major European migration crisis warned the Head of the Russian Federal Migration Service (FMSZ) Konstantin Romodanovsky in Moscow on Friday.

"According to our assessment, the European Union has not succeeded containing the migration crisis" said Romodanovsky adding that Russia must prepare for all future possibilities.

It can't be ruled out that in the near future, an increasing number of refugees arrive in Russia from the Middle East, North Africa and Europe.

"Due to the influx of refugees and the deteriorating socio-economic situation in the Euro-Zone countries, native Europeans may flee their homeland. This trend is already starting to peak in the Netherlands, Germany and France. At present, the main destinations are Canada, Australia and New Zealand. But it is quite possible that in the near future the Russian Federation also becomes a destination country for white refugees. Given these perspectives, we need to work out several scenarios to prepare our country for such a possibility; we must establish a state-level program that can handle the integration of white Europeans into Russian society. I have given a month deadline to immigration officials to work out proposals and analyze such future scenarios" said Romodanovsky.

The European press have already raised the possibility of a native European migration wave to Russia.

Czech journalist Ladislav Kashuk wrote in June, in the Czech Free Press: the time may come when native Europeans will be forced to seek refuge in Russia as a result of the deteriorating socio-economic conditions and immigration related issues that EU authorities are unwilling to deal with due to ideological reasons.

Kashuk wrote that the current mass migration, which has been taking place in Europe may force white Europeans to flee their homeland and find new homes in the uninhabited regions of Siberia.

Since the beginning of the conflict in Ukraine in 2014, about two million people have already sought refuge in Russia.

(MTI – -


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