EU Parliament Member Warns of Rising Youth Unemployment and Unsafe Streets in Europe

Polish MEP Tarczyński warns EU leaders that the "right" will prevail in upcoming elections, criticizing migration and climate policies hurting Europe's economy and security.

Wojciech Zylm
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EU Parliament Member Warns of Rising Youth Unemployment and Unsafe Streets in Europe

EU Parliament Member Warns of Rising Youth Unemployment and Unsafe Streets in Europe

During a recent EU Council meeting, Dominik Tarczyński, a Member of the European Parliament from Poland's Law and Justice (PiS) party, delivered a scathing critique of the European Commission's policies. Tarczyński warned that the "madness of illegal migration and the Green Deal" will end after the upcoming EU parliament election, predicting that the "right" will win and "make Europe great again".

Tarczyński presented statistics on youth unemployment in several European countries, contrasting them with Poland's low unemployment rate under the PiS government. He argued that the EU's trade deficit with China and ineffective climate policies are harming the European economy, stating that the EU wants to "save the world using our wallets".

Why this matters: Tarczyński's comments underscore growing concerns about the economic and social challenges facing Europe, particularly in relation to youth unemployment and migration policies. The upcoming EU parliament election could have significant implications for the future direction of EU policies in these areas.

The Polish MEP also blamed Germany's "Wilkommen" policy towards illegal migration for the rising insecurity in Europe, citing Germany's high crime rate as evidence. He directly challenged European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and European People's Party leader Manfred Weber, asking them if they want to continue on this course of action.

Tarczyński's remarks reflect a growing divide within the EU over how to address the complex issues of migration, climate change, and economic challenges. As the EU parliament election approaches, these debates are likely to intensify, with competing visions for Europe's future taking center stage.

Key Takeaways

  • Polish MEP Tarczyński criticized EU policies on migration, climate, and economy.
  • Tarczyński predicted the "right" will win the upcoming EU parliament election.
  • Tarczyński cited Poland's low unemployment vs. high youth unemployment in other EU.
  • Tarczyński blamed Germany's migration policy for rising insecurity in Europe.
  • Upcoming EU election could have significant implications for EU policy direction.