The issue of migration has become so overused that it’s no longer worth talking about in the news. Every day hundreds of people are landing on our shores, in almost total general indifference, accompanied by cloying rhetoric immigrazionista of the main organs of “information.”
Leaving aside for a moment the issue of immigration in Italy of non-European peoples, what we would like to analyze here is the phenomenon of so-called “brain drain”, ie emigration of Italians.
With a country now in stagnation and decline in many respects, it is inevitable that the young, eager for a decent future, choose the path of “flight” abroad.
Fascination enhances certain countries portrayed as almost heavenly places (Australia, Northern Europe in general, England, the United States). Which our young compatriots – graduates seeking employment or persons looking for their first job – emigrant in search of what Italy does not give them.
The aim is always the same: find a job, a career, realize and create a future, all things almost foreclosed in Italy, especially for graduates.
Many definitely dig out and do hit jackpot, managing to realize and build that future they dreamed, which was not possible to realize in Italy.
Others, however, are tasting the flavor, which destroys the myth of the “cosmopolitan London” or the double wages (compared to the Italian one) for equal work.
All over the world, after many experiences of exploitation, with minimal cost treatments and years of living in a shared apartment, they return to Italy.
All this, after the classic rein “Italy, land of **** *, run by thieves and corrupt politicians … I’m leaving … I’m tired, I will build me a future elsewhere. ”
The question then arises spontaneously: is it “easier” to leave or stay?
On the one hand, therefore, the option to anyone who leaves the house, loved ones and family, with the uncertainty of what will find once you arrive in a new city; with the awareness of being alone and having to, in one way or another, meet their basic needs.
From the other hand, those who remain, who have no choice but to accept the situation. But remain as: passively accept a dying nation (falling birth rates, economic and financial crisis and invasion allogeneic will not produce more than the disappearance of the Italian people); or stay to continue to live and maybe prosper in their homeland, fighting so that things will change and the Italians can finally break free from a system and a political class that clearly do not pursue the common good of the people?
Take, then, courage and decide whether to leave or stay.
Leave your land and loved ones, with the unknown destination, after having enjoyed what Italy has offered and with fixed thoughts to those who, by will or by necessity , will face the difficult national situation.
Or stay, conscious of experiencing the degradation and decay, and to fight against a system that wants to annihilate the peoples and man – destroying the noblest dimension, the spiritual – in order to make it malleable instrument determined by the material needs and misleading and ephemeral ambitions. One day we will have to give account to God for our choices and our behavior.
Without pretending to judge in advance how bad the choice of those who leave their homeland (the reasons can be many and also valid), it is clear that the invitation to the young fellow countrymen is to remain in Italy. Remain to roll up our sleeves and fight for national reconstruction, which is not only the result of the political struggle in the strict sense, but also the ability to deal with dignity of life striving to be in the world as God intended.