* Germany: Open-border mayhem. The Federal Police near Munich picked up eleven young male migrants who had hidden in a freight train since Verona. We assume they were granted entry in Italy.
Eight of the eleven migrants were handed over to the Austrian authorities. According to the data, the young illegal migrants were from Sierra Leone, Guinea, Gambia and Cameroon.
A 19-year-old Gambian expressed a request for protection and was then forwarded to the responsible reception facility. A 16-year-old from Sierra Leone and a 17-year-old Cameroonian were entrusted to the care of the Youth Welfare Office. We trust their age will be verified?
The eight other Africans had to leave the country after completing the border police measures. They were handed over to the Austrian authorities.
Thanks to the use of helicopters, the Federal Police were able to gain targeted access. From the air, the officials saw a cut-open tarpaulin and also the thermal images showed that people were probably in the wagons. At Rosenheim station, the police ordered the train to stop.
*** The rhetoric and actions of the EU and Dimitris Avramopoulos are irresponsible and serve only to lure more migrants to Europe. The “Open-entry” policy of PM Paolo Gentiloni is negligent and puts Italians and all Europeans at risk. Visegrad needs no lectures from either of these two charlatans.
The next step must be the deportation back to their countries of origin. They have no business roaming Europe. Europe must not only secure the border but they must develop a permanent and ongoing mechanism to deport the migrants OUTSIDE of Europe.
Obviously, from the methods described above, they have the technology, but the will is lacking. We believe the main obstacle resides in Brussels. Instead of playing defense, we believe the V4 and others must challenge Avramopoulos and those in Brussels who believe the “migrants are here to stay”.
We believe the European nation states must call for an open debate in Brussels regarding the EU’s recent statements of “committing Europe” to mass migration. Where did this come from? Whose interests are they serving? Do they have conflict of interests? Everything must be put on the table and revealed.
It’s time to put Avramopoulos, Frans Timmermans and the EU Ministers on the stand to answer for their actions. The European nation states must evaluate their performance and future plans in order to determine whether or not they retain their positions.
Europe is not some kingdom like Saudi Arabia. We say bring out the cameras and let the public see and hear the leaders of the nation states debate the royal Ministers of Brussels.
What are they afraid of?