The Visegrad states were absolutely correct to reject Western EU-style mass migration and multicult…and must continue to defy the EU.
Once flooded, like Italy as one example, it may be too late to reverse the damage.
Visegrad must continue the policies that create an environment and culture that is unattractive for the migrants, including detention, swift removals and paltry benefits. It’s called self-preservation.
– It is estimated that the number of illegal migrants in Italy will total about 680,000 in 2019 and will top 750,000 in January 2021. For comparison: An estimated 491,000 illegal immigrants resided in Italy in 2017. The numbers are soaring.
The problem is clearly the lack of deportations back to Africa.
On average, no more than 5,600 repatriations are carried out annually. At the current rate, it would take over a century to deport every legal migrant in Italy, the study found… and that’s only if there are zero migrant arrivals from now on.
* Very depressing, but one cannot blame this on the security decree, as the study suggests. Clearly the security decree spells out that the illegals should be deported. But, Italy needs to build the infrastructure needed for detention and mass deportations. There are no other viable choices at this stage, except surrender.
Regardless of formalities such as status, the vast majority are not refugees, but illegals that must be sent back.
The problem is the lack of will to actually deport the illegals in mass quantities, using all available means.
** Italy may want to read some history regarding US President Dwight Eisenhower and some of the methods his agents employed to send over 1 million illegals back to Mexico in the 1950’s, a good portion who decided on self-deportation once they heard stories about the hard trips back.
During Operation Wetback, tens of thousands of immigrants were shoved into buses, boats and planes and sent to often-unfamiliar parts of Mexico. In Chicago, three planes a week were filled with immigrants and flown to Mexico.
Operation Wetback may not have had troops, but it used military tactics to achieve its goals. It was headed in part by General Joseph Swing, head of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, and was planned like a war strike.
Indeed, some food for thought, Eisenhower-style.