Coronavirus: Lockdown for Europeans, Amnesty for Illegal Immigrants.
by Soeren Kern
– While Europe is experiencing an economic shock without precedent, and tens of millions of Europeans have lost their livelihoods, migrants in Europe illegally are being showered with free housing and healthcare.
– “Muslim countries currently have 300 million males under the age of 15. This is not a forecast, but already a reality. Scientists like Gunnar Heinsohn assume that a maximum of 100 million can obtain a position in the society of their home country. The remaining 200 million will try to emigrate or otherwise fight for their place.” — Anabel Schunke, political commentator, German blog Die Achse des Guten.
* This one hits hard at the reality facing Europe and we have absolutely no confidence in the EU to control the situation; the EU has in fact allowed itself to be controlled by the actions of the NGOs, smugglers and illegal immigrants. They have virtually surrendered.
Particularly insulting was the brazen transfer (picture below) of a group of 50 migrants (16 ‘unaccompanied minors’ and 34 adults) from migrant camps in Greece to London on May 11, 2020 (Photo by Milos Bicanski/Getty Images). This despite the ban on direct flights and the refusal or unwillingness to deport migrants out of Europe. It’s all a one way street to Europe and there is no indication that this will change…none.
– The actual number of illegal immigrants in France is unknown but was estimated to be between 300,000 and 400,000 in 2017, according to the Pew Research Center. Considering the waves of mass migration since then, the number is probably well above a half-million.
– Britain has up to 1.2 million illegal immigrants, a quarter of all those that have unlawfully entered Europe, according to the Pew Research Center…. The UK’s leniency appears to have sparked another wave of illegal immigration. Since the coronavirus lockdown began on March 23, nearly 900 people have illegally crossed the English Channel from France, according to Migration Watch UK.
– “There is great discontent among the [German] population because everyone who arrives here immediately has many or even higher rights and rights to benefits or medical care than someone who has worked here for their entire life.” — Interior Minister of Saarland, Klaus Bouillon (CDU), interview with Die Welt.
** Last May, there was great optimism that the elections would somehow change the EU. Some (not the V4 Report) even celebrated the von der Leyen Commission as some sort of victory, although, based on her past, there was no evidence for this. In fact, we believe this Commission is just as bad, if not worse, than the last regime.
The EU is not changing, it has already morphed into a uncontrollable leviathan that seeks to slowly federalize Europe and to expand its power and scope by the day. The question is what the Visegrad and CEE states intend to do about it in order to defend and protect their culture and way of life.
Is this possible, long term, as a member state of a Union headed off the tracks and over a cliff?