” Cameron and Immigration” (My article, published at Paraskinio 13.12.2014)

My article, which was published at Paraskinio December 13th, titled
” Cameron and Immigration”

Many European leaders, particularly in Paris and Berlin, were annoyed by the position of Cameron for curved and controlled immigration, especially that of Eastern Europe. The attitude of the British Prime Minister was characterized rather improper by the political sphere. The oppositions have already gone through the European Court of Justice who accused him and he just like his fellow countrymen, do not respect the rules and the philosophy of the European Union, in fear of spreading eurosceptic far-right. This myth is known in all such cases. But not with such guilty ideologies that will be found proper arguments and solutions in anarchist immigration, and that threatens Europe and gives food to demagogic followers of any political introspection. That is why the European Union did not disagree violently with Cameron by pointing out that we ought to open dialogue on the subject without dramatizing it. Rather, it begins to change the climate in the European institutions and Brussels to understand that we need another migration policy. Besides, a month ago the European court had ruled the ” benefit tourism” migration. It is now obvious that Europe if not otherwise see the issue, is threatened with serious consequences. After years of unregulated arrival of those who came through the borders, it is time to review again the Schengen Agreement. There should be better control of European borders. And yet: it must stop migration of those European citizens within the Union entering to more developed countries in order to seek only for social benefits without working there. There should be stricter control on unregulated installation of the deprived people while correcting the law of independent workers, the abundance of which is a wound on illegal and unjust exploitation of public resources of the States that would simultaneously result in the increase in unemployment among workers-citizens. The attitude of Cameron is required be considered. Further, it should be treated with realism about good and healthy continuity of the European dream.
Demosthenes Davvetas

My article, which was published at Paraskinio December 13th, titled 
" Cameron and Immigration"

Many European leaders, particularly in Paris and Berlin, were annoyed by the position of Cameron for curved and controlled immigration, especially that of Eastern Europe. The attitude of the British Prime Minister was characterized rather improper by the political sphere. The oppositions have already gone through the European Court of Justice who accused him and he just like his fellow countrymen, do not respect the rules and the philosophy of the European Union, in fear of spreading eurosceptic far-right. This myth is known in all such cases. But not with such guilty ideologies that will be found proper arguments and solutions in anarchist immigration, and that threatens Europe and gives food to demagogic followers of any political introspection. That is why the European Union did not disagree violently with Cameron by pointing out that we ought to open dialogue on the subject without dramatizing it. Rather, it begins to change the climate in the European institutions and Brussels to understand that we need another migration policy. Besides, a month ago the European court had ruled the '' benefit tourism” migration. It is now obvious that Europe if not otherwise see the issue, is threatened with serious consequences. After years of unregulated arrival of those who came through the borders, it is time to review again the Schengen Agreement. There should be better control of European borders. And yet: it must stop migration of those European citizens within the Union entering to more developed countries in order to seek only for social benefits without working there. There should be stricter control on unregulated installation of the deprived people while correcting the law of independent workers, the abundance of which is a wound on illegal and unjust exploitation of public resources of the States that would simultaneously result in the increase in unemployment among workers-citizens. The attitude of Cameron is required be considered. Further, it should be treated with realism about good and healthy continuity of the European dream.
Demosthenes Davvetas