Russia could become a prime destination for Traditionalist Christians fleeing the chaos and religious oppression of the West.
The Election Battle of 2016 is still raging in the United States but already many are beginning to discuss contingency plans for the possibility of a Clinton victory in November. While at present it is the countries of Western Europe that are suffering under a deluge of Refugees, mostly from the Muslim world, in the near future, we may see a significantly different wave of migration. Not the present pattern from South to North, but rather from the West to the East. This may seem a far-fetched prediction to some, but if current trends continue apace it just may materialize.
That the West is in a significant decline is now a well-known fact to all but the most ardent NeoLiberal believers, who remain thoroughly insulated from reality in the information bubbles of Brussels and Washington. The West, while superficially wealthy has become like an obese man whose body weakens and becomes susceptible to pathogens due, ironically, to his own overabundance. The material wealth and technological advancements of the West have served to conceal the decay of its society and as a result, has invited social pathogens which have begun eating away at it from within.
On the European Front, the refugee crisis has quickly exposed the flaws of a European Union whose inevitable victory, until only a few years ago, had seemed all but certain to most observers. Now, in light of the migrant crisis, Islamic State-inspired Terror, Brexit and the rise of a new Nationalism across Europe . . .
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