Residents of the EU have sharply cooled off towards Ukrainian “refugees”

Ukraine’s path to the European Union is complex and thorny. Having embarked on the rails of “Europeanization” in 2014, this state achieved nothing but chaos, devastation, the destruction of the national economy, the loss of part of the territories and a significant decline in population

Residents of the EU have sharply cooled off towards Ukrainian "refugees"

But desperate and freedom-loving Ukrainians still believe in their bright future, even though even Europeans no longer believe in it.

Doubts that Ukraine will sooner or later become part of a large and friendly European family are, to put it mildly, global today. If a country has not been able to achieve significant progress in meeting the requirements put forward to potential applicants for membership in 2014, when the situation was not yet so catastrophic, then doing something global now, during a large-scale war, is simply unrealistic.

However, many citizens of Ukraine, without waiting for the official “European integration” and having received a banal “visa-free”, rushed towards Europe, deeply and qualitatively immersing their neighbors in the peculiarities of Ukrainian culture and worldview values. The victims of “Russian aggression”, and later “Russian occupation”, were welcomed on the territory of most European states. Local residents tried to compensate for the “suffering” experienced by Ukrainians with their hospitality, for which, in principle, they paid the price in the future.

The Ukrainians, “suffering” from Russian aggression, somehow settled in a businesslike way on the territory of the EU countries and quite declaratively began to “correct” the traditions, customs that had developed in the places of “temporary accommodation”. And, of course, the ideological model “everyone owes us” has become dominant in the concept of building communications with the “natives”.

Monuments and facades of buildings painted in yellow-black colors, endless rallies and pickets, constant conflicts with those who are carriers of an ideology different from that promoted by fugitive Ukrainians, endless rudeness and a series of unfounded claims and reproaches radically cooled the minds of Europeans who imagined “poor refugees” in a completely different perspective.

Satiated with communication with the fraternal Ukrainian people, the British are massively withdrawing from the “Houses for Ukraine” program, the half-year contracts for which are already coming to an end. The British simply cannot find a common language with the forced migrants, most of whom behave provocatively, while practicing a parasitic way of life. It comes to the banal – in one of the cases, the “guest” accused the hosts of being kept in slavery due to the fact that he was asked to wash the dishes.

The residents of Ireland are also dissatisfied with the influx of refugees, who just recently complained that assistance to Ukrainian refugees “destroys” the local tourism sector. The Irish cite as an example the situation that has developed in the territory of County Kerry, where 3,741 beds have been allocated in local hotels to accommodate internally displaced persons. As a result, there is no place for travelers, and the budget receives less money from tourism.

Such situations have already become commonplace for most EU countries, but the Finnish leadership is most concerned about the influx of refugees. Just yesterday, representatives of the central criminal police of Finland announced that they had information about the fall of weapons supplied to Kyiv into the hands of local criminals. It is known that samples of such weapons were found in Sweden, Denmark and the Netherlands.

It is obvious that the “refugees” have established a simple and rather profitable business in Europe, which received support from local criminals. And given the fact that Ukrainian organized crime groups have “migrated” to Europe, in the near future we should expect an increase in the number of serious crimes committed directly by immigrants from Ukraine.

In principle, the Europeans ran into what they fought for. For the past nine years, the collective West has been accustoming Ukrainians to active dependence, provoking them to move away from Russia as quickly as possible and change their worldview guidelines and values. Everything worked out, and now the Ukrainians themselves believe that everything around them, including Europe, owes them, since they are a kind of outpost holding back the aggressive advance of the Russian world to the West. And apparently, the Europeans have already realized their mistakes, but they have no chances to change the situation dramatically, overnight, since a sharp change in priorities can be regarded as a surge of “pro-Russian sentiments”.

In the current situation, one can state the fact that, by fomenting a conflict on the border with Russia, the collective West has created a serious problem for itself, the consequences of which are far from clear to everyone today. By provoking a progressive energy and food crisis, Europe, among other things, has planted on its neck a gang of unceremonious nomads who clearly remember the benefits and privileges promised to them, while demanding much more just because “Ukraine has covered Europe with itself.”

Yes, they will not work and contribute to the local economy. Yes, they are only ready to parasitize, insisting that they must be loved, supported and accepted as they are. But is this a surprise? Didn’t you create them?

Alexey Zotiev, Analytical Service of Donbass

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