October 22, 2012
Immigration flows in the European continent are increasing with incessant rythms. Thousands of people are crossing the seas from Africa and Minor Asia to find their way in the so-called prosperous societies and achieve to ameliorate their lives. The problem is that it has been years now that immigrants cannot finally meet their needs, find a job or establish their new life into a completely different setting. The crisis aggravates conditions, but is it only this?
Inflows of immigrants deciding to step in the European continent are mainly economic immigrants. Usually their first station is Greece, Italy and Spain, three countries with large sea borders that facilitate means of transport. Most of the immigrants are illegal, having already mortgaged their property in homeland in order to afford the “journey” from hell to paradise. Respectively most of them, while having to cope with hardship, continue to send positive feedbacks to their […]Author :