Refugee crisis: squalid posturing, and the farcical EU

This whole wretched refugee crisis has once again exposed the fiction of the EU. The truth is beginning to dawn that giving up control over borders is giving up a large measure of sovereignty, and this is bound to impact on our In/Out referendum

  • G

    Maybe when the European people understand that their governments & opposition parties, their media and courts are comprised of wealthy elitists (like ours and the Americans) who DO NOT represent them, – THEN maybe they will act.

    The government is NOT going to do anything. Face it. It’s up to you. If you are too lazy or timid to take action yourself then you deserve what you get.

    • tom_billesley

      Camaroon is deservedly in a bind. If he gives in to the EU and accepts a quota of invaders, he will lose the referendum on UK membership of the EU.

      • barryjr

        Any politician that believes in a pan continental government is against his own country’s existence. Hopefully that big chunk of water between us and Europe will slow this down long enough for our politicians to come to their senses on this subject.

    • What a bunch of clowns running Europe.

      When you offer free food and shelter, expect a lot of takers.

      How many non-Europeans can Europe absorb and still be Europe?

      Europe’s leftist loons are socially engineering the collapse of Western Civilization.

  • tom_billesley

    Bild Zeitung has castigated the UK as “Europe’s biggest refugee shirker”.
    Meanwhile the Italians have put in place restrictions to slow the northward travel of migrants via the Brenner Pass, at the request of Germany.

    • Surele Surele

      why there is no influx of refugees to China, Japan, Saudi Arabia?

      • Easy. They do not put dog food on the front porch.

        • Surele Surele

          and nobody is protesting this ‘discrimination’… meanwhile, we (as the West) will be blamed for every drowning death and more.

  • Hard Little Machine

    It’s only crisis when you try to manage it. The problem would go away tomorrow if they simply gave up, threw open the gates and worked to expedite the ingress of between 10 and 30 million of these people.

  • Achmed

    Under United Nations agreements all these countries signed they have a moral obligation to save all these refugees!

    • And Muslims have a moral obligation to not allow 54 year old, pedophile men have sex with 9 year old little girls.

      • Justin St.Denis

        That is likely a stretch for “Achmed” to understand.

    • Justin St.Denis

      The UN is meaningless, and so are UN agreements and policies etc.

    • G

      Fuck your refugees.

      And while you’re at it, Achmed, fuck you too.
      If you inbred retards can’t run even the most rudimentary functioning society without fighting each other then stay the hell in the squalid shitholes you’ve created.

      Don’t bring your bullshit here.

  • tom_billesley

    The EU has moved on from an ad-hoc one-off voluntary share out to seek a much bigger share out and a mandatory scheme to disperse new arrivals.

    European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker is set to propose a big increase in the number of refugees EU countries are required to give refuge to.
    In July, Mr Juncker called on European leaders to agree to share 40,000 refugees who had successfully made it to Italy and Greece.
    EU leaders eventually agreed to relocate 32,000 asylum seekers across the continent – but only those from Syria, Iraq and Eritrea.
    The number of refugees per country was calculated based on population, economic wealth and unemployment rates.

    Mr Juncker now wants the asylum scheme to be expanded to help relocate 160,000 refugees from three countries – Greece, Italy and Hungary.
    The new proposals include a ‘permanent relocation scheme’ so arriving migrants are automatically shared out between EU states.