Slovenia and six other nation states tell EU Commission they are against mandatory migrant quotas for EU countries.
– The letter was addressed to the EU Commission expressing their resolute opposition to compulsory redistribution of migrants among EU member states. The letter was signed by Slovenia, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Estonia and Latvia.
* We certainly expected Austria and Bulgaria to be onboard, and would be highly disappointed, based on their rhetoric, if they fail to sign on. Unfortunately, Andrej Plenkovic – the Donald Tusk of Croatia – is a lost cause.
Quite frankly, the seven should be against the entire concept of migrant relocations, whether voluntary or not. Relocating illegals is directly participating in the facilitation of illegal human trafficking and must not be enshrined or supported as any part of migration reform.
In the long run, once this genie is let out of the bottle, it will grow into a life of its own. Once it starts, eventually it will morph into a mandatory scheme.
Remember, Brussels is full of bait and switch tactics. We know how it plays the game very well.