Most modern leaders are too afraid to touch tough, contentious issues.
But President Donald Trump is not like most modern leaders.
And he just pointed out one thing that everyone has been too afraid to admit.
At the NATO summit in Europe, it has shaped up as President Donald Trump versus everybody.
Considering that the United States has been the piggy bank for every NATO country, that dynamic isn’t surprising.
When Trump pledged to put America First, he meant it.
So with every world leader already on edge from what they expect will be a tough summit with Trump calling the shots, Trump knew that he was in control.
That’s why he unabashedly slammed Europe for the mass migration policies held by most European countries.
He told the press that he told NATO leaders that they “better be careful because immigration is taking over Europe.”
President Trump pointed out how many people around the world are waking up to the problem with mass migration, and how he probably won the election in 2016 because of immigration.
He also pointed how even outside of the United States voters are voting more and more for candidates who will enact strong immigration policies.
That fact is proven by the election of Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte who won because he promotes strong immigration policies.
Along with Italy, Poland, Austria, the Czech Republic, and Hungary have either elected or re-elected leaders pledging to stop illegal immigration.
And in Britain, the historic passage of Brexit, which was a vote to leave the European Union (EU) was based almost entirely around uncontrolled immigration policies from the EU.
This isn’t the first time that Trump has criticized the immigration policies of European countries.
Just last month he took flak for tweeting about the problems caused by mass migration in Germany.
The people of Germany are turning against their leadership as migration is rocking the already tenuous Berlin coalition. Crime in Germany is way up. Big mistake made all over Europe in allowing millions of people in who have so strongly and violently changed their culture!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 18, 2018
He pointed out both the crime increase and problems caused by shifting cultures.
The media blasted Trump because some numbers have shown that crime in Germany has been decreasing.
But anybody familiar with the problem understands that he was referring to violent crime, which has been steadily increasing and has been credited by non-partisan news sources as being caused by mass migration.
General crime is also much higher among European migrants, who largely come from Middle Eastern countries.
The biggest point that Trump brought up, which much of the media ignored, is the cultural shift that mass migration causes.
European countries have a long-held history of upholding Western culture.
The migrants, especially coming from the Middle East, do not share that culture and show no signs of cultural assimilation.
Instead of coming to Europe to find a better life, they are looking to come to Europe to change the cultural makeup of the country, and make it more like the Middle East.
There are a lot of groups that are put in direct danger from Islamization.
Specifically, Jewish citizens in Europe have been put into major danger from Islamic migrants who have a strongly negative view of Jews.
With Islamic migrants having twice the children of native Europeans, things could get ugly very quickly if mass migration isn’t stopped.
Do you think President Trump is correct about the dangers of mass migration?
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