Spain: ‘Migrant musical chairs’ as government scheme will enable up to 7,000 illegals to be moved out of tourist accommodations.
Why not move out of Europe?
Look at these numbers and more are still coming: A total of 41,861 illegals arrived in Spain last year, 29% more than the previous year.
Last year, 23,023 illegals reached the islands, 756.8% more than in 2019.
And this is just Spain during the COVID crisis. What happens in Greece, Italy, Spain, Malta, etc. in the future?
The writing is on the wall and it is plain to see what the future holds. The V4 and CEE states must make alternative plans outside the EU multicult project.
With Spain and the Med states – plus many more governments of the West EU bloc – constantly pushing for an EU-wide redistribution scheme, it’s only a matter of time before all states must participate.
Don’t be fooled by Germany’s bait of “flexible solidarity” schemes, which will first establish relocation as a core EU value and then gradually morph into a mandatory obligation for all.
With the EU paranoid over the loss of the UK, Brussels will desperately try to expand its scope and power.
They will eventually demand submission, and with the loss of Salvini in Italy, we fail to see the path of resistance for national conservatives inside the bloc…especially when they remain divided and scattered among the establishment EU parties.
Some states, once reliable, seem to be weakening…the numbers just are not there to challenges from within the bloc.
One should not look to Germany to save them; the road to self-determination and self-preservation is outside the EU dominated by France, Germany, and the West EU bloc.
In the end, as Brexit will prove, Germany has no other choice but to carry on trade, commerce, and economic relations with those outside the bloc, especially with their emerging neighbors of CEE.
The current strategy of trying to change the EU from within is not working. Tough choices will need to be made soon.