It can’t have escaped your notice that Prime Minister David Cameron is not having a great time in
at the moment, member states don’t want to play ball with his demands for
reform; he has hostile backbenchers sitting on the green benches behind who are
rather unhappy. And to top off a miserable week, the migrant summit in erupted
into chaos as African countries refused to take back Europe's failed asylum
In effect these African countries have washed their hands of their own countrymen.
I was going to say they were callous, but the reality is that they are merely indifferent to their countrymen’s fate. Perhaps they have learned the European political trick of shoving your problems onto someone else and allow them to deal with it.
Such an attitude is ridiculous given that the European Union members have given extensive grant aid to African countries over decades in terms of international aid. We are now faced in
with an inescapable choice, we have to create ‘Fortress Europe’; this is now
needed because the national and economic security of every EU country is at
risk. We are heading towards as I keep saying the risk of the far right in
Europe; you can’t have helped notice that across Europe
people are marching in protest to the actions of their government in relation
Although marches in
have been widely publicised in the press and online, a march in Poland caught my eye, it had a simple message, Poland for
Poles. It is a similar theme to what is happening in France,
and other European countries, and it is dangerous. We are seeing marches, we
will be seeing violent protests and then the real problem will happen as it
always does in history, victory at the ballot box.
The entire European project may see countries demand an end to freedom of movement, among other restrictions, just as the Schengen agreement was quickly removed, this crisis needs firm action.
You might remember that I suggested solutions awhile ago online:
1/ EU Border Force
2/ EU internal immigration policy for EU citizens
3/ intervention and mobilisation of the military in member states
4/ New EU wide ID card scheme
5/ No non EU economic migrant processed from this crisis and allowed to remain within an EU country which has accept them can travel to any other EU member state. Everyone should be completely documented, if a breach occurred; the person or group will be returned to the EU country they were settled and registered in.
The urgency for these measures has increased ten fold due to the migrant summit being thrown into chaos as African countries refusing to take back Europe's failed asylum seekers. The summit in
has descended into total farce after the Africans rejected the EU plan to expel
those who do not qualify for asylum. The idea was for them to be issued with special
papers, these papers called the ‘laissez passer’ travel documents would allow Africans
without identification to return back to countries they left or travelled
through. Valletta, Malta
Many people arrived in Europe without identity papers with some falsely claiming to be Syrians or Iraqis in order to increase their chances of being granted asylum, these people come from a variety of places including
Afghanistan and Pakistan,
it is a free for fall. To attempt to win over the public, the MSM has focused
on kids, along with politicians; the majority of the economic migrants are
young fit men who are not fleeing persecution but poverty.
Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor didn’t create the migrant crisis but she has done incredible damage to
by her stupidity. Her countrymen and women are up in arms, the change in German
opinion can be seen online, youtube is a good resource as many reports from
various news channels have been posted, what is interesting is the strength of
feeling by ordinary people. Ordinary people who have taken to the streets, not
radicals, not people who want to change the world, just the neighbour down the
street. Housewives, kids, old men and women, professional people, this range of
opinion for action cuts right across party political lines, it is something
which might remind people of other periods in history.
The European Union has offered more than £1billion in aid to African countries so that in return, they would have to take back thousands of illegal migrants, this was a mistake. I personally never felt that this move wouldn’t have the effect that the EU desired, and it was bad politics.
The EU can’t buy its way out of this problem.
It needs to end the stream of migrants by cutting off land and sea routes, hunting down traffickers, destroying their means of transportation and seizing their assets. Money should be used to create the EU Border Force and secure the borders using a combination of civil and military authorities.
No one should be offered housing, money or freedom of movement; everyone should be held in camps and processed. Humanitarian support for the economic migrants should be available, but only those from
Syria should be
processed for entry into the EU. Once it becomes clear that no one will be
allowed to roam the streets, get jobs, benefits or accommodation, the flow
should drop dramatically. Illegal Camps must be closed down and everyone
arrested and processed, held in detention for shipment to their country of
A new law needs to pass in the UK Parliament that anyone caught entering
illegally will be returned back to the place they travelled from; there will be
no claims for asylum allowed, if the person travelled from another EU country.
When returned these people get put into camps, people in Europe are fearful, to that end they are buying firearms, in Germany and Austria sales of shotguns have gone up dramatically. People fear being robbed, they fear home invasion and they fear for the safety of the family members.
Do you remember the old saying ‘you don’t buy condoms unless you want to fuck?’
Well, you don’t buy shotguns and shot to wound, these weapons shred a target, at close range you can expect multiple organ failure from a blast. When Police and military fire their weapons at a target, they tend to put two shots into the torso, the reason for this is that a second hit can cause the body to start to shutdown. In movies, you see this all the time, two hits then a head shot with a pistol. Again if weapons are your thing, youtube is a great resource, countless videos on shooting, military tactics and deployment.
If African countries don’t take back their countrymen, then international aid should be withdrawn from them, along with a travel ban on the members of their government and extended families, that means no xmas shopping at Harrods.
If they continue to be a problem then we should also look at seizing and freezing their assets in banks and other financial institutions. Their donations will be gratefully received to pay for their countrymen’s stay.
Those who wish to continue to get our help should get additional funds and special treatment, the department of international development should be expanded and help African countries cope with economic pressures, along with education on governance to make the countries function better, there are plenty of people who would benefit from this type of new venture.
A No10 source said:
“The Prime Minister will be emphasising to the Africans that they have got to work with us on returns. We welcome the co-operation they have shown so far but it’s very important that we develop the situation where we are able to return illegal migrants who arrive in the
A brave face on the deck of a sinking ship, it has been a bad week for David Cameron on the international stage; I would say he is struggling to cope with an increasingly bad situation which is heading towards getting worse. I would also say it looks like he is reacting to events and not chartering a course making headway.
Cameron vowed the
UK will play a ‘huge and historic
role’ in helping to tackle the migration crisis, as part of that strategy he
wants to step up efforts to ‘smash’ gangs of human traffickers. And he rightly
points out that this crisis is the ‘the biggest problem facing Europe today’, since the end of the Second World War.
The trouble is although he ‘gets it’, in relation to the scale of the problem, the actions which are coming forth don’t match the requirements of what is needed to be done. It would be helpful possibly if David Cameron took a harder view such as has been done by the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. He surprised me by his approached, not that it was wrong, but that he did what was needed to be done.
I have mentioned this incident before; I recently watch a video online of a migrant mob in Kos attacking what appeared to be a Greek woman. They were trying to smash her face in by raining blows into her as she was pinned against a car. The normal forces of law and order are struggling to cope; we need
Europe to recognise that the
military must be used.
Secure the borders first; then deal with the problems inside, if this can’t be done then
isn’t going to be a safe place for anyone, this stream of migrants isn’t going
to stop, and there will be a breaking point and a backlash.
The European project is in danger, the danger is real, imminent and requires drastic action, trouble is too many politicians live in fear, fear of being labelled and branded racist, fearful to do their job that they were expected to do by the people who put them in power.
Viktor Orban said:
“We represent the position of what the Americans call "first things first. As long as we are unable to defend
external borders, it makes no sense to talk about the fate of the immigrants.”
I am sure that there will be many people who that statement will resonant with right across
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