Spain: European Court Approves Summary Deportations of Illegal Migrants. Time to “push-back”.
Follow up to the V4 Report’s post last Friday involving the situation in Spain. A media outlet close to George Soros was shocked at the verdict, even reporting that Spain was likely to be reprimanded only days before the decision.
A huge win for Europe and common sense: Spain wins European court appeal over rapid migrant deportations from Ceuta and…
Spain still has a long way to go (it won’t mean anything unless it’s implemented on a permanent basis) and the current feminist government is an advocate of mass migration, so we are not overly optimistic until VOX assumes a role (this particular incident occurred in 2014, so the push backs in this case happened before the Socialists took over).
However, this is huge for Europe and will give Croatia and others in CEE the confidence to repel the aggressive male migrants who are forcefully trying to break through.
👉 More from the Gatestone Institute:
– The Strasbourg-based court — which has jurisdiction over 47 European countries, and whose rulings are binding on all 27 member states of the EU — ruled that in order for migrants to benefit from certain human rights protections, such as access to lawyers, interpreters and the right to remain in Europe, they must first enter European territory in a legal, as opposed to an illegal, manner.
– The ruling is being viewed as a major victory for those who believe that sovereign nation states have the right to decide who is and is not allowed to enter their territory.
“The ECHR’s ruling determines that a nation state has the right to defend its borders. When someone is dedicated to violating those borders, the nation state has the right to return that person to their place of origin as quickly as possible.” — Iván Espinosa de los Monteros, spokesman for the Vox Party, February 13, 2020.
– It remains unclear if the ECHR’s ruling will have a deterrent effect. Migrants, often using extreme violence, are increasingly using the tactic of mass attacks against the border fences in Ceuta and Melilla in an effort to overwhelm border police.