V4 Report: Spain: EU Migration Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos says, “Spain is not alone”. Captain EU is on his way 🧚♂️.
Brussels will help lure even more migrants with an infusion of three million euros to help with the “reception” centers. This is not exactly a deterrent for the migrants seeking generous handouts from Western Europe.
Why not come when one will not be sent back. Set down the anchor, party for a few years and then transfer “relatives” over via family reunification.
** It never ends. More useless slogans from the EU, which has quickly turned into an international embarrassment due to their unwillingness to defend the external borders. One cannot “manage” illegal migration without committing Europe to mass migration, which is clearly the goal of Brussels.
“Spain has full support of the European Commission in dealing with the increased arrivals along the western Mediteranean Sea route,” Avramopoulos said on Friday. “I informed the Spanish government of the additional €3 million in emergency funding the Commission “awarded” Spain to cover the cost of the extra staff deployed in the south of Spain.”
What a hero, this Avramopoulos. 😳
One can be sure that this “extra staff” will not be involved in detainment or deportation procedures. What will they be doing? What exactly is the endgame?
It is the same pattern. Shower Morocco and Tunisia with 55 million euros for “dialogue” and vague “border management programs” without sealing the Spanish border, denying entry or deporting.
This is not a solution and only makes sense if one is looking to commit Europe to mass migration by turning illegal migration into legal migration. Let’s be frank, these migrants are not “refugees” and Avramopoulos is not coming to deport them outside of Europe.
In a few weeks, Avramopoulos will again talk about an EU solution of “solidarity” to relocate the illegal migrants that Spain unilaterally decided to let in.
*** The EU “merry go round” game continues. There is absolutely no indication that Brussels is interested in stopping the migrant flow. If they were, the border would have been sealed three years ago.
This is simply not sustainable. There is no European solidarity for mass migration, relocation or multicult…and, as we said two years ago, there will be no “EU solution”.
In Europe, there is a clash of visions and beliefs between the Central European nation states and Brussels. Eventually, something will have to break. These two extremely contrasting visions cannot survive together in the long term.
As the West EU bloc continues to meltdown, its time for Central Europe to build their own “core” via the Three Seas Initiative.