Pure madness. Lots of migrant apprehensions at the Slovenian-Croatian border over the weekend.
Yet, what is the end-game if the illegals are just shuffled around the EU, instead of being deported outside of Europe?
– The number of illegal crossings of the border in the first three months of this year rose by almost 150% compared to the same period last year.
Most foreigners came from Algeria, Morocco and Pakistan.
Many are being sent back to Croatia, but what happens next? What does this accomplish? Until the migrants are sent back home or to Turkey, the situation will continue to allow the EU and UN to promote more ‘resettlement’ schemes. Frontex is not just useless, but part of the problem.
This is one of the reasons why the V4 Report strongly disagrees with the decisions of the governments of both Croatia and Slovenia to resettle migrants straight from Turkey or as part of any EU program. Considering the border pressure already present, it makes no sense at all to accept fresh migrants from Turkey, which is supposed to be taking back “all irregulars” from Greece.
How does one comprehend this migrant ‘merry-go-round’? It is pure madness.
* Some examples of who is entering Europe (keep in mind, the migrants are not being deported out of Europe):
– Since Friday, the Novo Mesto police apprehended 67 foreigners, of whom 25 were Moroccans, 20 Algerians, 11 came from Bangladesh, four were Turks, three Libyans and one each came from Palestine, Cuba, Nigeria and Iran.
– In Novo Mesto, a man was caught illegally transporting four Egyptians in his car with Slovenian register plates yesterday. The 37-year-old driver, who is a resident of the UK, was detained. The Egyptian citizens have already been handed over to Croatia.
– The Koper police registered 37 illegal migrants between Friday and this morning. So far, 23 of them have been returned to Croatia and one is to be returned today. A dozen people have requested international protection. The foreigners came from Turkey (19), Syria (6), Iraq (4), Kosovo (2), Bangladesh (2), and one each from Iran, India, Albania and Libya.
** As the clock ticks, the smugglers, NGOs and migrants are not waiting for EU elections. They continue to flood Europe with little or no resistance. So far, with the exception of Matteo Salvini and Viktor Orban, many so-called leaders of Europe have allowed the actions of others to control them.
Salvini and Orban have shown the way and that the mission can be accomplished; unfortunately, for the rest of Europe, the will is lacking.
When does the clock strike midnight? For some, it already has.