Bangladeshi “refugees” protest as Macedonian police block the border with Greece. The protesters argue they are fleeing political persecution.
In the year 2000, Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was asked by the Los Angeles Times how the country was going to feed, house and employ the expected doubling of its population by 2050. She replied: “We’ll send them to America. Globalisation will take that problem away, as you free up all factors of production, also labour. There’ll be free movement, country to country. Globalisation in its purest form should not have any boundaries, so small countries with big populations should be able to send population to countries with big boundaries and small populations.”
Hasina is essentially arguing that her nation needs more Lebensraum, and that other countries should meekly accept this. Several Muslim nations seem to attempt a similar policy of population dumping through mass migration. (More on the Gates of Vienna)
Iranians have the same ideas
Iranians Hunger Strike and Sew Lips Shut at Greek-Macedonian Border