Ι am opposed to the inclusion of even legal immigrants who are numerous in Greece for the simple reason that for me there is no difference between the migrant born in his country of origin and the immigrant who was born and lives in Greece. In both cases, immigrants also represent the offender and the victim.
Whatever the country of origin does, they obey blindly.
So I would say at this point that parents play a particularly important role in developing this behavior of children as they convey to them the feeling of nostalgia or return to their homeland.
I am against social inclusion in all its manifestations.
I do not agree that immigrants in Greece vote in local elections. I have repeatedly warned immigrants: “Do not be deceived or rest in conversations about political freedoms; after all, you are not Greeks. They will always approach you for their own purposes and then forget you”.
I know immigrants well. They no longer have the courage, the political consciousness or the standards to claim.
Besides, it does not benefit. It cannot work.
Integration is neither desirable nor probable, it is a risk in the long run, it requires difficult compromises to bridge the gap.
He speaks to you a person who is 100% in Greek society and mindset, I know what the Greeks think and it would not be acceptable for an immigrant to raise his hand and ask for a vote.
There are, those who can be considered enthroned but remain unchanged.
Speaking about integration as it is in Europe, I would like to be honest, immigrants do not want, do not try and say they cannot fully join.
It is likely to happen between the Europeans themselves, where the tradition is the same. Besides, migratory movements throughout history in Europe were made from East to West. Like, human movements, religion, everything.
However, when it comes to human movements from a different continent, integration is impossible due to diversity on a socio-cultural basis. Personally, I discourage Greek society and the Greek government. Even if immigrants acquire Citizenship, they will never become Greeks whatever they become, they will still be “non-Greeks”. I assure you.
Social inclusion has failed. Simulated integration with a paradigm may succeed.