V4 Report: Despite the EU’s claim, the external borders are not secured. Human traffickers target Spain to smuggle migrants into Europe from Morocco.
Almost 23,000 migrants arrived in Spain from Morocco or Algeria last year – twice the rate in 2016 – with authorities now fearing even more people could be smuggled through the route this year usually used by drug smugglers.
The Times reported that human cargo has replaced hashish on swift motor launches destined for southern Spanish beaches. Imagine that!
Also in Serbia 🇷🇸 (non-EU), some 4,500 illegal migrants are roaming the country waiting for smugglers to transport them to Germany. They generally arrive in Europe from Turkey and travel onward from Bulgaria. They are being stopped in Croatia and Hungary.
The question: Why is Brussels focused on developing new resettlement schemes to transport more migrants to Europe instead of implementing a permanent deportation mechanism? Rapid and ongoing deportations outside of Europe (not relocation) are a must to send a meaningful message to the migrants. It worked in Australia 🇦🇺.
The EU is attempting to convince others that the external border is secure in order to begin their scheme of directly transporting (i.e., human corridors) new migrants from six African countries to Europe. The EU Parliament wants to reform the Dublin accord with measures that include new mandatory relocation quotas.
Their theory: We have done our part at the border and now it’s time for the member states to “share the burden” via EU solidarity quotas.
One should not be fooled by the spin of Brussels. They are not interested in limiting the inflow of migrants, but only seek to change the “method of transfer” by redefining illegal migration as legal migration. In addition, they are seeking to expand the definition of a refugee to include “persons in refugee-like situations”, which pretty much could include anyone.
However, the President of the Czech Republic, Milos Zeman is not easily fooled. Zeman told German Chancellor Angela Merkel that “when someone invites someone to lunch, they cannot subsequently send them to their neighbors.”
If re-elected, Zeman would correctly advise not to sign off on Dublin 4. Zeman’s solution is based on three pillars: 1) The protection of external borders, which has so far not existed. 2) The deportation of those who have not been granted asylum. 3) To help these people in the countries of origin, instead of expanding the failed EU resettlement/relocation scheme.
The voices of Zeman and others who are at odds with the EU’s attempt “to commit” Europe to mass migration are needed to keep defying the multicult agenda of Angela Merkel and the Eurocrats.
In order to reach a solution, the mandatory migrant quotas must be defeated or defied and internal borders (like the Balkan route) must be secured. The Balkan closing took Greece out of the picture; now Austria and others may seal the border with Italy to prevent future migrant “wave-throughs”.
Of course, it would be much easier for all, especially Italians, if they choose Matteo Salvini and “The League” in March. This is the election to watch in 2018!