Supporters of mass migration in Germany, in particular in politics and in the media, typically dispute that feelings of insecurity resulting from mass migration have a basis in reality. They ridicule people who express such feelings as having “diffused fears” or phobias like “islamophobia” and “xenophobia” …
The sentence “What they bring us is more valuable than gold” was uttered by Martin Schulz about the refugees streaming into Germany during 2015 and 2016 …
Part 2 of this series was about criticisms of the Great Replacement idea by people who tried to downplay the extent of the demographic changes happening in Europe.
Another group of people accepts the demographic reality of the “Great Replacement”. However, they welcome these changes instead of seeing them as a great tragedy.
This Part confronts the views of these people with reality.
Many critics of the “Great Replacement” idea deny that demographic changes are taking place in Europe which could amount to native Europeans becoming a minority in their own countries. This kind of criticism attempts to minimize or to relativize these demographic changes.