An explosive rise of immigration Second-generation Moroccans

Second-Generation Moroccans are Leaving Europe En Masse

🌍 Explosive Rise in Emigration
Since 2020, the emigration of second-generation Moroccans in Europe has surged dramatically. This group of Moroccans was born and raised in Europe. Their parents often came to Europe due to the lobbying of European countries in Morocco during the 60s, 70s, and 80s when these countries were seeking cheap labor.

πŸ“‰ The Decline of the "Golden Years"
These "golden years" are now over in Europe, and Europe is crumbling. The blame is often shifted onto the same "guest workers" who helped build Europe.

πŸ‘€ The Perception of Moroccans
The current generation of Moroccans can do nothing right in the eyes of the average European. This sentiment had been brewing for years among the second-generation Moroccans in Europe. The European golden peak was reached around the year 2000, and since then, it has been a downhill slide for Europe, not just financially but also in terms of mutual respect.

πŸ’Ό Scapegoating and Media Bias
People like to find a scapegoat, and the media shielded the bankers who ruined everything by endlessly printing money by constantly blaming Muslim immigrants, who were coming to Europe because their countries were being bombed by the same Western countries. Everything was the fault of these "Muslim immigrants," and Moroccans happened to be Muslims. There was no difference between a refugee and a native European Moroccan. Everyone was lumped together.

😑 Growing Hatred
Hatred towards Moroccans began to grow. If an "Ahmed" tried to apply for a job, his chances were nil compared to a "Jan" who also applied. Practicing one's faith was seen as potential terrorism, and freedom of religion was measured with double standards.

🚨 Youth and Criminality
Moroccans were gradually driven into a corner, causing many Moroccan youths to go off the rails and come into contact with the law, rebelling against a society that did not want them. This became an endless cycle where these youths often made headlines with criminal activities, confirming the average European's suspicions, as now immigrants not only cost money but also caused trouble and crime.

πŸ‘₯ Struggle for Acceptance
For a long time, Moroccans tried to adapt to the point where they gave up their own identity to please the average European. But even this was not enough, as they were still seen as "outsiders."

πŸš€ Development in Morocco
Meanwhile, under the new king Mohammed VI, Morocco underwent extremely rapid development. Morocco began to develop from a "hopeless" country into one with enormous possibilities. This did not go unnoticed, with some second-generation Moroccans already setting foot in Morocco and cleverly capitalizing on these developments.

❀️ Respect and Belonging
The second-generation Moroccans always sought respect, something everyone desires but could not find in Europe. Every time they vacationed in Morocco, they felt incredibly welcomed. The love for Morocco is in the blood of all second-generation Moroccans.

πŸ”„ The Turning Point
But what was the actual trigger for the mass emigration of second-generation Moroccans back to Morocco? The second generation now has children of their own, the "third generation," and this is where a turning point occurred. Europe began pushing an agenda in schools that no Muslim could tolerate.

πŸ’Έ Cost of Living and Opportunities
Moreover, the cost of living skyrocketed, making it nearly impossible for a normal young family to live decently in Europe. Meanwhile, in Morocco, you can eat a tagine for the equivalent of 4 euros. 2020 marked the real turning point of mass emigration, which is now accelerating in 2024.

🏘️ European Communities in Morocco
Large European communities are now forming in Morocco, bringing with them the knowledge they gained in Europe. This will further accelerate Morocco's development, as now there is not only Moroccan expertise but also European expertise eager to help build it.

πŸ™ European Attitudes and Future Prospects
It must be said of course not all Europeans are hatred towards Muslims; many can coexist with them. But the pressure of "you remain an outsider" has become too great. And while there is still much poverty in Morocco, remember that post-WWII Europe was in a similar state, rebuilt with the same power that is now returning to Morocco. This European-moroccan generation will echo in the generations to come in Morocco. Morocco is a rough diamond ready to be shaped by the new generation.Β 

πŸ’‘ Advice for Returnees
Follow the steps Morocco is taking; there are enormous opportunities. Want to help the poor? First, help yourself with the knowledge you gained in Europe so you can later perhaps provide jobs and self-sustenance for them instead of always giving money, which is not a stable basis for a person in poverty.

πŸ” Finding Opportunities in Morocco
Looking for ways to sustain yourself in Morocco? See what's successful in Europe and what's missing in Morocco. Nine out of ten times, it will eventually be successful in Morocco too.

πŸ’‘ Tip: E-commerce
E-commerce is going to be huge in Morocco, as evidenced by companies like Glovo and inDrive. This sector is still in itsΒ start-up phaseΒ in Morocco.

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