by Mark Angelides
The European Union is taking Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic to court for refusing to take 160,000 migrants in under an agreement made in 2015. They are looking at a fine of 250,000 Euros per migrant. But what is not being reported is the fact that these three countries ARE taking migrants, but only those that do not Fail basic vetting.
The European nations are essentially being asked to take in Migrants that the nations’ own Security Services deem to be a terror risk. They have taken in migrants who do pass the basic screening, but are turning away those that are believed to have either links to terrorism or are themselves potentially Jihadists. Why would the European Union want countries that have so far avoided terror attacks to take in known security risks? Could it be because they want terror attacks to be committed to further their own agenda?
EU Commission President, Jean-Claude Juncker said: “I am for launching infringement proceedings — not to make a threat, but to make clear that decisions that have been made are applicable law, even if you have voted against it.” In response, Polish Interior Minister, Mariusz Blaszcak, said “security policy is a national, not European, competence.”
Of all the nations in Europe who have experienced terrorist attacks over the last two years thanks to “Merkel’s Madness”, if they could go back and apply even basic security screening, would they? Probably. So why are these three nations who are putting the safety and security of their own people first being so ruthlessly hounded? If the same total of 250,000 Euros per migrant is charged, it is a final bill of 40 billion Euros which for these countries represents a huge part of their budget. It is pressure, it is trying to put the fear of bankruptcy into them, and most of all it is wrong.
So what’s behind it all? The European Union want not only division and fear in the native population, but most importantly, they want them to see their leaders and governments as incapable of dealing with this “global crisis”. They want the populations to look on in horror as their national government fails to deal with the ever-increasing terror attacks and massive social issues that will arise. Only then will they ask for the European Union to step in and assume more control.
As ever, this is nothing more than a power grab; and be damned those who are hurt along the way.
by Mark Angelides