Fight against terrorism and Solutions to the refugee crisis

                                         

Introductions

Article 1

European Union security

The social, legal and religious culture of ethnic minorities threatens the security of the European Union and its inhabitants. The social, legal and religious culture of refugees and asylum seekers must not in any way threaten the social, legal and religious culture of citizens of the European Union, otherwise there will be a violent clash between two or more civilisations having a destructive impact on everyone. Foreign nationals found on the territory of the European continent are obliged to observe and respect laws, regardless of their different social, legal and religious culture. Despite this, the spread of social, legal and religious culture of some migrants is threatening the citizens of the European Union not just in terms of life and health, but the quality of the living standard and social security. New measures, which will help avert every security threat directed not just at citizens of the European Union, but also at refugees and asylum seekers, can be adopted by means of the EUROPEAN SOCIAL SYSTEM which is the foundation stone of the SOCIAL CONSTITUTION OF THE EUROPEAN UNION. 

Article 2

The refugee crisis presents a threat to the European Union with a destructive impact on the:

  1. (a) security of individual EU member states and their inhabitants
  2. (b) social policy of individual EU member states and their inhabitants
  3. (c) social policy of individual EU member states and their inhabitants
  4. (d) legal system in the individual EU member states 

Article 3

The subsequent destructive impact on individual EU member states arising from the refugee crisis will have a direct effect on the:

  1. (a) gradual breakup of political groups in individual EU member states 
  2. (b) rise of social terrorism 
  3. (c) spread of social tension among EU citizens and ethnic minorities
  4. (d) spread of social tension among individual religious groups
  5. (e) spread of social and cultural disharmony in individual EU member countries
  6. (f) spread of radical and extremist groups

Article 4

The spread of social, legal and religious culture of ethnic minorities is a security threat to the EU.

The spread of social, legal and religious culture is a natural trait of every person’s self-preservation, however the phenomenon of a different social, cultural and religious spread poses a high security risk to the European Union and its inhabitants.

Article 5

Granting asylum and permanent residence in the EU in exceptional circumstances.

Asylum or permanent residence seekers are obliged to observe all laws among which are:
  1. (a) proof of identity and compulsory registration not only as part of possible application and asylum or acquisition of permanent residence
  2. (b) security check 
  3. (c) observance of set conditions of accommodation regulations if migrants are provided with accommodation on the border of the Schengen Area in a refugee zone with full civic amenities (if the asylum or permanent residence seeker breaches the accommodation regulations, he will be expelled within 48 hours and deported to his native country)
  4. (d) the legal obligation to undergo a medical checkup, observe hygiene rules and pay health and social security insurance
  5. (e) the legal obligation to register with any of the programmes intended for re-socialisation and integration without which it is not possible to seek asylum or permanent residence (the re-socialisation programme lasts a total of 10 years) 
  6. (f) the legal obligation to complete the programme called: “policy of the safe repatriation to the native country,”
  7. (g) the legal obligation to cover all services (including room and board)
  8. (h) as part of your profession seek temporary employment in the refugee zone
  9. (i) an opportunity to join humanitarian teams and cooperate with European humanitarian organisations in the territory and outside the refugee zone
  10. (j) each refugee or asylum seeker is bound by the law to complete a study subject of the European social programme aimed at the preparation of the recovery of the native country in case of the repatriation to his country. 

Article 6

The policy of the safe repatriation of refugees to their native country.

The policy of the safe repatriation of refugees and some asylum seekers to their native country is one of the acceptable strategic objectives of the European Union as part of the solutions to the refugee crisis. Not fulfilling this binding strategic objective would mean a threat to EU security mechanisms and profound disrespect to EU citizens as well as the refugees and asylum seekers whose social, legal and religious integrity is so different that it cannot be modified to European legal parameters. The policy of safe repatriation of refugees and some asylum seekers to their native country is bound by the international social integrated system as part of asylum policy.

Article 7

European social system - new Europe.

THE EUROPEAN SOCIAL SYSTEM is the new foundation stone for the creation of the SOCIAL CONSTITUTION OF THE EUROPEAN UNION which harmonises all social systems of the member states into one compatible unit meeting the current social, economic and legal demands and requirements of the EU.

Article 8

The harmonisation of all social systems as part of the key solutions to the refugee crisis.

The prime objective is to harmonise individual social systems of the member states and create a single EUROPEAN SOCIAL SYSTEM, (ESS) which is the foundation stone of the SOCIAL CONSTITUTION OF THE EUROPEAN UNION. The SOCIAL CONSTITUTION OF THE EUROPEAN UNION contains 200 constitutional articles.

Article 9

EU security by means of the ESS.

The EUROPEAN SOCIAL SYSTEM protects not just the security of individual states and their inhabitants, including the quality of their living standard and social security, but can also very successfully solve other social crisis situations such as:
  1. (a) EU refugee and asylum policy
  2. (b) protection of life, health and dignity not just of migrants, but also ethnic minorities
  3. (c) European social integration of ethnic minority members in the EU
  4. (d) re-socialisation programmes as part of the integration of ethnic minority members into the EU
  5. (e) building of social European integrated systems
  6. (f) building of secure Schengen Area borders with the latest technological facilities activated by the European social integrated system.
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  8. (g) preventive protection against social terrorism in the EU
  9. (h) establishment of a new EU international coordination centre for EU refugee, asylum and humanitarian policy
  10. (i) EU repatriation policy for refugees and asylum seekers
  11. (j) Fight against smugglers by means of the European social integrated system and international special army commando
  12. (k) modern construction of refugee zones with full civic amenities
  13. (l) European and border guards
 

Article 10

Social constitution of the European Union

The EUROPEAN SOCIAL CONSTITUTION is the supreme legal norm throughout the European Union, which represents not just a social, legal and religious culture of individual members states of the European Union, but also its specific demands and requirements.

Article 11

Platform of the European Social Constitution

  1. (a) European social integrated system This is a set of individual coordinating processes that allow individual creation of re-socialisation, nurturing and education programmes in individual EU member states.
  2. (b) European social integrated rescue system This is a set of individual coordinating processes according to which all rescue and crisis operations in individual EU member states are managed.
  3. (c) European social integrated security system This is a set of individual coordinating processes according to which all social and security operations for the protection of the Schengen Area borders are managed.
  4. (d) European social integrated system for crisis affairs This is a set of individual coordinating processes according to which all unexpected crisis situations in individual EU member states are managed.
  5. (e) European social integrated health and social security system This is a set of individual coordinating processes according to which in the country all activity related to public health and social care in individual EU member states is managed.
  6. (f) European social re-socialisation system This is a key chapter as part of the re-socialisation programmes which help to integrate citizens into a modern civilised society by means of social nurturing and education directed at the human values which form the moral and social integrity of the citizen, society and individual EU member states.
  7. (g) European social operational system as part of the European Union This is a demanding process often used for rescue and crisis situations requiring a quick solution. It is used only in exceptional situations such as:
    1. natural disasters
    2. refugee crises
    3. violent demonstrations
    4. a threat to the state and its inhabitants
    5. social depression of the citizen, society and the state
  8. (h) European social security system The social security system protects the state and its inhabitants by means of a sophisticated elaborate prevention programme established on electronic records of underage persons who are protected under the law. Besides the care for the underage, it also safeguards their nurturing and education (including social integration) in individual EU member states.
  9. (i) European social system for national minorities The social system for national minorities is a development programme designed for the social integration and incorporation of national minority members which under the law are obliged to respect laws, social and religious culture and moral principles in individual EU member states.
  10. (j) European social system for EU asylum policy This is a development programme designed for social integration and incorporation of foreign nationals seeking asylum. One of the fundamental processes of state asylum policy is asylum management. Part of asylum management is the many obligations arising from the law which every asylum seeker must observe and fulfil in individual EU member states.
  11. (k) European social programme for the development of social dialogue The social programme for the development of social dialogue held among individual citizens and politicians is a key process as part of socio-economic-legal development in the country which opens the way to deeper understanding and finding a consensus of opinion which is the foundation stone for strengthening European social, legal and religious culture in individual EU member states.
  12. (l) European social system for birth rate policy The European social system for birth rate policy is a new international programme designed to protect the nation and community, including the protection of social, legal, cultural and religious identity, as part of the social and economic dynamic development to create a favourable environment for a sufficiently high growth of the birth rate in individual EU member states.
  13. (m) European social system for the development of refugee zones with all civic amenities The social system for the development of refugee zones with all civic amenities is a project for the construction of new social modules built for refugees, asylum seekers or other national minority members who seek temporary or permanent residence in individual EU member states.
  14. (n) European social humanitarian system This is a project that combines the integration and operational systems in individual EU member states.

Article 12

Construction of refugee zones along the Schengen Area borders.

The construction of refugee zones along the Schengen Area borders, is the first foothold and point of contact with EU authorities in which every migrant seeking aid shall find a safe haven. Constructed modern family social modules with full civic amenities are designed and equipped for temporary accommodation. The purpose of the construction of refugee zones along the Schengen Area borders is an attempt to constantly help desperate and helpless people fleeing from the danger, crime, hunger, war and poverty of their native country. Article 12 assumes the definite abandonment of the originally planned introduction of refuge quotas given the new arrangement which is relocation of all refugees and asylum seekers to refugee zones.

Article 13

Relocation of all refugees and asylum seekers to refugee zones within one year as of promulgation.

The relocation of all asylum seekers to newly constructed modern family social modules is the basic condition for meet common agreements as part of the European policy of the safe repatriation of refugees to their native country. All migrants seeking aid in the EU shall be called on by the law to relocate from inside the European Union to the refugee zones where they shall be provided with all the health and social care including many other and essential needs. The free movement of refugees and asylum seekers on EU territory shall be illegal after the promulgation of Article 12.

Article 14

The refugee zones along the Schengen Area borders of the European Union as the permanent part of EU asylum and security policy.

Refugee zones along the Schengen Area borders of the European Union shall remain a permanent part of EU asylum and security policy where all attention shall be focused on protecting the borders. Migrants coming to Europe seeking EU aid shall be temporarily accommodated in modern family social modules and by means of re-socialisation programmes gradually prepared for their repatriation to their native country so they are able to become involved in the recovery of their native country. 

Article 15

Refugee zones with fully functioning civic amenities.

Refugee zones permanently constructed along the Schengen Area of EU borders are only for the temporary movement of migrants providing full civic amenities, healthcare centres, nursery schools, schools, police stations, official administration, financial administration, courts, banks, diplomatic centres, shops, cultural centres, service administration, civil and state organisations, private sector, job opportunities, etc. The law does not permit other forms of aid to migrants other than in the refugee zones constructed along the Schengen Area of the EU borders.

Article 16

Compulsory international cooperation with all countries from where migrants come seeking EU aid.

All countries from where migrants and asylum seekers come must contribute under the law to the European policy of the safe repatriation of migrants to their native country. These countries must unconditionally contribute to humanitarian and financial aid and ensure their citizens a safe repatriation to their native country by means of the international social integrated system.

Article 17

Ineffective economic profit from refugees or asylum seekers.

If refugees and asylum seekers shall be accepted for the purpose of safeguarding the economic prosperity of the EU, without European statesmen first guaranteeing them job opportunities without the risk that any of them being given notice in future, then in turn individual member countries face unexpected billions in expenditures not just for providing social benefits for unemployed refugees and asylum seekers, but also for the fight against increased crime committed by unsuccessful job seekers who sooner or later finally resort to committing crimes, as well as against social terrorism, organised gangs of exploiting refugees and asylum seekers which in the very end will affect taxpayers who are citizens of the European Union. The inefficiency of economic profit from refugees and asylum seekers also arises from long-term (as much as 30 years) of social integration which, however, is essential as part of the integration of all asylum seekers. 

Article 18

Ineffective population profit from refugees seeking asylum.

In view of the altogether completely different social, legal and religious culture of foreign nationals which must not threaten the social, legal and religious culture of European Union citizens, any efforts connected with the integration of migrants seeking asylum in the EU would be contrary to European values because as part of self-preservation, it is the natural endeavour of every person to above all protect their social, legal and religious culture against the spread of foreign social, legal and religious culture. Even with the slightest restriction of any social, legal and religious culture at the expense of other social, legal and religious culture would result in the gradual demise of the original inhabitants. Therefore a greater number of migrants seeking asylum cannot be received than those generally acceptable. (no more than 0,01%)

Article 19

Restructuring of the social, legal and political system in individual countries affected by war, crime and poverty. 

The restructuring of the social, legal and political system in individual countries affected by war, crime and poverty is part of the policy of the safe repatriation of migrants seeking asylum to their native country. All developed states, international organisations and the private sector are obliged to join in the recovery of a country in which war, crime and social injustice have reigned for long decades.

Article 20

Emergency resetting of the European Union budget policy as part of safeguarding the refugee crisis.

The refugee crisis requires permanent measures which include the re-assessment and resetting of structural funds such as the “European Regional Development Fund” (ERDF) “European Social Fund” (ESF) “Cohesion Fund” (CF) etc. and the relocation of these funds for the construction of refugee zones along the borders of the Schengen Area which fulfils the role of protecting the Schengen Area against the entry of migrants seeking EU aid.

Article 21

Preparation of refugees and asylum seekers for repatriation to their native country.

As well as re-socialisation programmes, the process will take place in the refugee zones constructed along EU borders established for the temporary residence of refugees and asylum seekers of preparing an international strategic plan for the safe repatriation to these refugees and asylum seekers to their native country. 

Article 22

The strategic plan for launching the “policy of returning refugees and asylum seekers to their homeland.

The fundamental principle of the strategic plan, based on the safe return of all refugees and asylum seekers to their homeland, is the re-socialisation programme called “I would rather breach the law when defending my homeland than commit a moral crime and an act of cowardice” in which the legal claim must be asserted for the protection of rights and freedoms, taking moral responsibility into my own hands, and the endeavour to protect not just my life and the life of my kin, but also my homeland in which refugees and asylum seekers were born and where they and their ancestors lived for centuries.
By applying the principle of “I would rather breach the law when defending my homeland than commit a moral crime and an act of cowardice” as part of the re-socialisation programme, it is necessary to teach refugees and asylum seekers not to run away from but to stand up to the enemy and defend one’s moral values, rights and freedoms.
The re-socialisation programme based on the call “I would rather breach the law when defending my homeland than commit a moral crime and an act of cowardice” must be launched and permanently asserted the moment that any refugee or asylum seeker enters the territory of the European continent.
Under European law this re-socialisation programme must be prioritised over all other re-socialisation programmes. Top representatives in charge of asserting this strategic plan based on the principle of “I would rather breach the law when defending my homeland than commit a moral crime and an act of cowardice” are obliged to consistently prepare all refugees and asylum seekers for possible risks and unforeseeable events that will arise from this re-socialisation programme, and create room for launching discussions about establishing the complete restructuring of the country and its social, economic and legal stability.

Article 23

Common European solution

Without the EUROPEAN SOCIAL PROGRAMME, which is the fundamental pillar of the SOCIAL CONSTITUTION OF THE EUROPEAN UNION, it will not be possible to successfully coordinate the refugee crisis and this could pose a very great threat not just to the security of individual member states, but above all to the social, cultural and religious integrity of the citizens of the European Union due to which they shall otherwise we forced to face military conflicts or social terrorism and the gradual loss of their own territory.

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