EU Climate Policy Will Solve The Immigration Issue
The European Union looks determined to press ahead with the 20-20-20 climate-change-fighting plan, despite an official estimate of around €60bn of costs (in EU jargon, that translated to around €100-120bn of additional burden on the Union’s economies).
And everybody agrees the environmental impact will be negligible, given the power-plant construction boom in places like China.
So what is the point of such madness, in the midst of a financial crisis? Well, there is another thing the 20-20-20 plan may achieve. And that is to stop further immigration towards the EU.
With the European economies in ruins, after all, who would want to come to Europe…