Meanwhile in Finland, the feminists strike again…Sweden did not realize how strong the competition was in Finland. 😉
Visegrad should prepare for a bruising fight with the EU Commission and others regarding the upcoming migration debate. From Germany’s leaked reports (big Seehofer) and the rhetoric of the new EU Migration Minister, the ‘reform’ will contain the usual code slogans like ‘dismantling the smuggling networks’, solidarity and managing borders in order to turn illegal migration into legal migration.
– Green Interior Minister Maria Ohisalo reiterated her calls for Finland to resettle a portion of the 5,000 so-called “unaccompanied minors” from Greece. Most are military-aged men from Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Ohisalo’s message was echoed by her state secretary, Olli-Poika Parviainen, and Emma Kari, the chairperson of the Green Parliamentary Group.
“Camps in Greece continue to house 5,000 children without their parents in shocking conditions. No child should be left alone in a place like that. Greece has asked for our help. The Green League wants the government to make a decision to help the children as soon as possible,” commented Kari.
Of course, the Greens like drama and propaganda, while the Czech Republic prefers reality.
The Czech Republic had earlier rejected this scheme. Czech Interior Minister said, “The typical minor from the Greek refugee camps is a boy aged 15 or more, who tends to be either a citizen of Afghanistan or Pakistan.”
* One has to admire the common sense and critical thinking of the Visegrad Group. When one takes action to control events, like the Visegrad states, deportation becomes less of an issue. Deportations can be complicated…so best not to resettle the migrants to begin with.
It’s better to shut the doors to prevent entry, rather than chasing hornets around the house with a butterfly net.