EU plans in Italy not about stopping migration or helping Italians, but only designed to keep Salvini from returning to power.

EU plans in Italy not about stopping migration or helping Italians, but only designed to keep Salvini from returning to power.

EU plans in Italy not about stopping migration or helping Italians, but only designed to keep Salvini from returning to power.

The V4 Report disagrees with this article from Politico (linked below) 100%, but we are including this to give our readers an idea what Brussels, Paris and Berlin are trying to accomplish in Italy.

It’s not about stopping the migration wave to Europe, but taking action – very counterproductive we may add – to try to show they are “helping” Italy in order to prevent Salvini from rising again.

The author proposes that Italy and its EU partners should “establish a predictable disembarkation system that safeguards the rights of people rescued at sea. In return for commitments of European solidarity, Italy would pledge to abandon its “closed ports” policy.”

He also wants “search and rescue” operations in the Mediterranean to be reinstated, for Italy to ratify the UN Migration Pact and a “swift agreement on an EU-wide resettlement framework guaranteeing a fair distribution of migrants and refugees among willing countries.”

In other words, he believes Brussels can commit the EU to mass migration by blackballing anti-migration leaders like Salvini from the debate.

The EU is using Italy again, under the false guise of “helping” Italy by ‘reeducating” Italians on the wonders of open ports and promoting the UN’s “safe, orderly and regular” migration doctrine to flood Italy and the EU with aggressive male migrants from alien cultures.

This is why the main EU powers (EPP, Renew Europe, Socialists) sought to isolate Salvini at the EU Summit.

* So Italy once again will become an unofficial EU migrant camp to facilitate illegal migration.

In reality, the EU cares about itself, not helping Italy.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.politico.eu/article/italy-needs-eu-help-to-break-with-salvini-on-migration/amp/