Greece and EU:  It does not look like deportations are on the table. They never really were.

Greece and EU:  It does not look like deportations are on the table. They never really were.

Greece and EU:  It does not look like deportations are on the table. They never really were.

 

The unwillingness to deport is a total victory for the smugglers, NGOs, Soros and the illegals. Even Soros is against the mandatory quotas (too much negative publicity), preferring to overwhelm Europe into submission using other, more subtle measures.

 

– Greece seeks funds for the “construction of new reception centers”. 

 

Migration Minister Notis Mitarakis has sought 132.68 million euros from the state budget to press forward with the construction of new reception centers for migrants on the islands of Kos, Leros and Samos.

 

* If not deported, will the illegals stay in Greece or move northward to roam streets of Europe?  It’s easy to sight reduced entries during the pandemic, but what happens to those numbers during the next six months?  The NGOs are back.

 

The unwillingness to deport is a total victory for the smugglers, NGOs, Soros and the illegals. Even Soros is against the mandatory quotas (too much negative publicity), preferring to overwhelm Europe into submission using other, more subtle measures.

 

Hence, the various EU-German schemes of “managing” migration.  Just buy time as the demographics change and more migrants become EU citizens with voting and free movement power.

 

One cannot win this battle with short-term defensive measures. Being against compulsory migrant quotas is not enough…one has to realize the long term vision of Brussels.

 

Too many in the V4/CEE region are overly focused on grabbing EU Recovery funds and have not presented a formal alternative plan for migration that focuses on mass deportations out of Europe. Instead, they have allowed those who have failed in the past (Germany, Brussels, EPP Party, Ylva from Sweden) to control the debate.

 

The V4 has the right answers regarding migration but they need to press this issue more, instead of preaching enlargement.  Germany has already caused too much damage to Europe to have any hand in migration reform. 

 

One needs to get beyond quotas and to demand a policy that halts all new asylum claims until the illegals who do not belong in Europe are sent back. 

 

Without this measure, the Soros scheme will continue to prevail and Europe will eventually be overwhelmed. 

 

http://www.ekathimerini.com/253960/article/ekathimerini/news/ministry-seeks-state-funds-for-migrant-centres