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EU Apparatchik Demands Europe Accept 160,000 Refugees
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EU Apparatchik Demands Europe Accept 160,000 Refugees
Calls for sanctions on states that refuse
by Kurt Nimmo | | September 9, 2015

Socialist and key architect of the European Union, Jean-Claude Juncker, has used the State of the European Union speech in Strasbourg, France, to call for Europe to accept an influx of 160,000 refugees, primarily from Syria and Libya.


“Turning a blind eye to poor and helpless people, that is not Europe,” Juncker admonished.

He said so “long as there is war in Syria and terror in Libya, the refugee crisis will not simply go away.”

Juncker did not address the root cause of the crises in Syria and Libya, namely U.S. support for a proxy war in Syria and an invasion of Libya by NATO and the United States.

The plan put forward by Juncker would integrate asylum seekers more rapidly than in the past, allowing them to work and earn money while their applications are being processed.

Juncker has called for imposing fines and sanctions on European states that do not agree to the plan.

Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia last week issued a joint statement stating “the introduction of mandatory and permanent quotas … would be unacceptable.”


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Re: EU Apparatchik Demands Europe Accept 160,000 Refugees
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2015, 07:28:07 am »

… and in the Netherlands:

Rutte's fragile coalition government
nearly split in April over asylum policy.

Wilders tells Dutch parliament
refugee crisis is 'Islamic invasion'


Dutch far-right leader Geert Wilders called the wave of refugees pushing into Europe an "Islamic invasion", during a parliamentary debate on Thursday that exposed deep divisions over how the Netherlands should respond to the crisis.

European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker on Wednesday appealed to EU members to share out refugees arriving on the bloc's fringes. Several EU countries oppose the idea of mandatory quotas, as supported by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and the conservative Dutch government says it is only willing to take in more if all EU states agree.

At the start of the debate, Wilders called the wave of refugees passing through Hungary and other countries "an Islamic invasion of Europe, of the Netherlands."

"Masses of young men in their twenties with beards singing Allahu Akbar across Europe. It's an invasion that threatens our prosperity, our security, our culture and identity," he said.

In the long term, the Dutch want better shelters for refugees
near conflict zones and will donate 110 million euros
($123 million) this year to improve capacity in and near Syria.
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