EU loves slogans and will claim its migration reform centers around a so-called ‘balanced’ approach. It is quite deceptive…and not balanced.

EU loves slogans and will claim its migration reform centers around a so-called ‘balanced’ approach. It is quite deceptive…and not balanced.

 

– Government of Malta concerned regarding the wave of illegals flocking to the island. 

 

The citizens have had enough!

 

But the government is still relying on the “relocation” of illegal migrants to other EU states.  Malta’s home affairs minister Byron Camilleri claimed that “considerable” amount of migrants will be relocated to other EU states in the coming weeks, now that the airport has reopened.

 

The government also wants to focus on strengthening its return systems.  Sounds good, but while this is easy to say, deportations out of Europe have not been implemented in any meaningful way for the past five years.

 

What will be different this time?  Why haven’t they focused on developing this system of deportations instead of building new ‘reception’ centers?

 

The V4 Report believes the EU is starting to set up its agenda of tackling the migration crisis using a so-called ‘balanced’ approach. It is quite deceptive.

 

The EU knows the Europeans are increasingly angry over its inability to deport illegals out of Europe. The problem:  Brussels has no desire but only uses the return slogan as bait to lure others to accept more relocation schemes.

 

Remember, relocations are happening now, but deportations are promised later. Unfortunately, there is absolutely no evidence that the EU will suddenly change, nor is there any reason to believe they will deport illegals out of Europe.

 

Angela Merkel’s main goal is not to stop mass migration but to make it safe, orderly and regular while attempting to deceive Europeans regarding returns again. They also will devise a self-promotional campaign to convince Europe that they have things under control…and that there is no need for anti-migration leaders like Matteo Salvini on the tight.

 

But this is not a solution for the long-term; even with relocations, the illegals will keep coming…and Malta will wake-up tommorow with the same problems. 

 

In the EU, relocations always come first, with promises of returns later. 🤔

 

https://www.maltatoday.com.mt/news/national/104302/as_malta_rescues_118_at_sea_minister_placates_anger_over_irregular_immigration_with_video_message