Arab "talent reserve" should be transferred to the EU
The European Commission is pushing forward with an initiative for a new mechanism to boost Arab immigration. The young men coming mainly from Morocco and Egypt are described by the EU as "talent reserves."
The European Commission is proposing new legal provisions to "attract skills and talents from the Arab world," so that even more Arabs decide to head for the EU and then settle. The European Commission would especially like to invest in "talents from North Africa," according to the responsible European Commissioner Maroš Šefčovič. Morocco and Egypt are the first in this region.
"Legal immigration is of positive significance, as it gives immigrants the opportunity to improve their lives," the European Commission added in its proposal. According to the European Commission, immigration from the Arab world means "highly skilled workers," such as truck drivers, who can be employed in EU countries and enrich their economies. "To recover from Covid, our economies really need new workers in tourism, hospitality, IT, health and logistics," the European Commission proposal reads. "We hope that this is just the beginning," says Maroš Šefčovič.
In reality, however, the world is heading for a recession, in which high inflation and higher interest rates will reduce the need for labor. But the European Commission believes nothing can stop plans for increased numbers of immigrant Arabs.
Critics of the plans debated in the European Parliament were roared down as "racists" in an empty and reflexive manner by the parliamentarians who support Arab immigration. This is how Brussels "democracy" functions.