Visegrad News! Breaking News from Germany: Angela Merkel brokers another deal to solve the EU migrant crisis.

Visegrad News! Breaking News from Germany: Angela Merkel brokers another deal to solve the EU migrant crisis.

Visegrad News! Breaking News from Germany ??: Angela Merkel brokers another deal to solve the EU migrant crisis.

Berlin says Athens agrees to take back migrants already registered there. Earlier they reached a similar agreement with Spain. We can do it!

Pardon me for my attempted humor, but think about this for a moment. What impact will shuffling migrants back and forth to each other have on the crisis in Europe? The migrants are still in Europe and roaming the streets. What will Spain and Greece do with the migrants? Despite being swamped, their leaders refuse to deport them…so where will they go?

One surely does not believe that Spain and Greece are not asking for anything in return from Angela Merkel. In the next few months, expect Merkel and the EU Commission to increase their rhetoric about “EU solidarity” and the “fair distribution” of migrants across the EU.

Merkel can spin “fake” EU deals that mean absolutely nothing, but she knows very well that they are still granting entry in Spain and Greece – while both countries complain that they are shouldering most of the burden (their choice; Visegrad wants the borders closed).

Merkel’s ultimate goal is to exhaust and frustrate everyone to try to buy enough time to implement an “EU-wide” mechanism to transfer the migrants to Europe via “safe channels”. From there, the EU, with help from the UN, will seek to develop a permanent and binding procedure to relocate the migrants across the EU.

One only has to revisit the details of the “Malta Summit” a year and a half ago to uncover their agenda.

Yes, Brussels is trying to commit Europe to mass migration. It’s up to Viktor Orban, Matteo Salvini, Sebastian Kurz and other leaders of Central Europe to defeat and defy their multicult manifesto.

There are two very contrasting visions and definitions of Europe trying to coexist in the same Union. The animosity will only intensify. In the end, this relationship will not hold. The question is not only one of timing, but what the various alliances may look like after the fallout.