’We Won’t Build Any Fences’: Interview Reveals Merkel’s Reaction to 2015 Migrant Crisis.

’We Won’t Build Any Fences’: Interview Reveals Merkel’s Reaction to 2015 Migrant Crisis.

’We Won’t Build Any Fences’: Interview Reveals Merkel’s Reaction to 2015 Migrant Crisis.

Published by Breitbart.com https://www.breitbart.com/…/no-fences-merkels-migrant-cris…/

By now, we all know of Angela Merkel’s positions in 2015. However, today, some Eurocrats in Brussels and members of the EU media are shamelessly trying to spin Merkel’s support for expanding Frontex as a sign that she desires to secure the borders and limit migration.

This simply is not the case.

According to Breitbart, as European leaders debate how to tackle illegal immigration, Merkel says the border must stay open and that migrants should be shared out across the EU, insisting that the only way the bloc can tackle the problem is by sending vast sums of money to Africa.

But as Breitbart points out, the Chancellor’s much-touted Marshall Plan for Africa — which also has the backing of George Soros — is certain to boost rather than stem the migrant flow, as the Economist noted last week when it pointed to the fact all data on the subject shows that “economic development will raise migration numbers”.

So, an economic miracle in Africa, which even under the best scenarios would take decades to bear fruit, and beefing-up a useless Frontex are the keys to Merkel’s plan to stem the flow of migrants to Europe? Good luck with that!

As the V4 Report has documented over the last three years, Merkel’s goal is not to reduce migration but to change the “method of transfer”. In other words, Merkel wants to magically transform illegal migration into legal migration by directly transferring the migrants to Europe and expanding the pool to include those in “refugee-like” situations.

We have included this interview to demonstrate Merkel’s deeply held convictions regarding migration. Angela Merkel has not changed and she still wants to commit Europe to mass migration.

Sebastian Kurz should take note. His allies on migration are in Budapest and Rome, not in Berlin or Brussels.