With the EU elections over, the masks have come off and the pretenders now feel free to pursue their agenda to commit Europe to mass migration.
The EU officially supports and facilitates illegal immigration…as another 365 illegals are granted entry to Europe from a new NGO boat.
There is nothing else one can label this. With their actions (forget Merkel’s deceptive words), Brussels is openly supporting illegal migration.
– EU Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos negotiated a deal with Malta and the six other EU countries to resettle 356 African migrants aboard NGO transfer ship Ocean Viking.
The migrants, mostly from Sudan, cheered and danced on hearing the news. Over 100 are under 18 (or so they claim). What is Europe thinking? Aggressive teen males from an alien culture, the absolute worst demographic group to be left to roam the streets of Europe.
Malta’s navy – apparently functioning as the ‘Uber’ service for migrants – will ferry them ashore, but Malta will not let them stay.
France, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal and Romania 🤑 have offered to accept them, after ‘the EU’ brokered a deal behind closed doors.
France has agreed to accept 150 of the migrants and Portugal up to 35. The other allocations are not yet clear.
* This is simply an abomination, but few – besides Salvini and Orban – seem willing to fight it, and many others seem more concerned with impending EU budget handouts rather than challenging Brussels and Berlin regarding migration.
Maybe this was what Salvini was referring to when he said Italy would not become an EU “slave state”.
For all the talk of change before EU elections, this has been a huge disappointment, but somehow we are supposed to act all ecstatic over the election of Germany’s Ursula von der Leyen and Belgium’s Charles Michel.
However, just as the V4 Report warned against Manfred Weber and the EPP ‘years ago’, we will not back down from our belief that the EU Summit was a disaster and primarily served the purpose of revitalizing Macron from the dead.
The reality: Salvini, was riding high and triumphed in Italy, but received few reinforcements from his allies during this crucial battle; as a result, Berlin, Paris and Brussels have been able to carry the debate, and are working behind the scenes in various ways to isolate Salvini in Europe.
The Battle of the Mediterranean was a golden opportunity for the anti-migration forces to unite to take a firm stand with Salvini against the pro-migration forces of Macron and the Grand Coalition in Germany. Instead, the guns were silent and the EU goes unchallenged as it openly facilitates illegal migration with no end in sight.
In our opinion, the bell was not answered. This will prove to be a costly mistake in the long-term; once a pattern is established in the EU, it often becomes the norm, proves hard to reverse and eventually grows into a life of its own.
Salvini needs Visegrad…Visegrád needs Salvini…and Europe needs both to fight together.
If not now, then when?