Some illegals seeking “a better life” become human traffickers themselves.
The demand is high and it pays well.
Major migrant trafficking gang with suspected links to British gangsters smashed in France. The Iraqi and Syrian men, aged between 24 and 42, were held after police swooped on apartments in the city of Sin-le-Noble in northern France.
Yes, the smugglers must be punished but this is not the key, as the EU wants one to believe. As long as illegals can pay big money for reaching and staying in Europe, there will always be plenty of smugglers, including those who were once paying customers.
The problem: The EU does not punish the illegals; they often stay in Europe. Future illegals are watching, learning and reacting.
There is no deterrent.