In July, Italy-Slovenia joint border patrols to resume to curb migration flows to Western Europe along the Balkan route.
But what does this mean when the illegals are actually apprehended?
If the illegals caught will be sent back to Bosnia via ‘chain pushbacks’ (a positive), then this would be beneficial to curbing mass migration, although the downside is that they are still in Europe and will keep trying to enter the EU.
However, if the illegals caught are just placed in some reception center in Italy or Slovenia then it is somewhat useless to actually curbing the flows. What’s the point?
The V4 Report has no confidence in Italy’s Interior Minister and she’s probably using this as a teaser to try to reassure Italians. The EU will protest against any chain pushbacks as well, so Italy and Slovenia will have to ignore the EU threats.
Do they have what it takes?
We will see what happens but at some point forced deportations out of Europe (not internal relocations) and pushbacks must be the cornerstone of any plan to clean-up Europe.
The first step is to send Ylva from Sweden a message that the EU Migration pact is dead. It is pure bait to commit all in the EU to mass migration.
Secondly, we agree with Orban that there must be a time-out on all migration to the EU for two years (preferably longer). Let Europe focus solely on sealing the borders and deporting the backload of migrants out of Europe for two years.
Until the EU can prove that it is can be successful in deporting in large numbers, there can be no more additions.
But let’s not fool ourselves either. Brussels is pro-migration and not interested in deporting in large numbers.
The EU itself is the obstacle, yet the nation states seem reluctant to leave.
What then is the solution inside the EU? How do the V4 and CEE states save themselves while member states of a superstate determined to commit all to cultural Marxism and mass migration?