TOPSHOTS Migrants rush to board a train heading to the Hungarian border near the town of Botovo, at the train station in the eastern Croatia town of Tovarnik, on September 20, 2015. After Hungary shut its border crossings to migrants, most flooded into Croatia, which within days announced that it could not cope with the flow and began to redirect the migrants back toward Hungary or toward Slovenia. Croatia, Hungary and Slovenia are all EU members, but only the latter two belong to the passport-free Schengen zone. AFP PHOTO / STRSTR/AFP/Getty Images

Eastern bloc to stand firm against EU illegal alien invader quotas

Bitter divisions within Europe over the migrant crisis will be aired on Monday when former Communist countries meet in Prague to state their opposition to Brussels-imposed quotas.

The so-called Visegrad Group of Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary will underline stark differences in approach when they meet with representatives from Luxembourg, the current holder of the EU presidency. Luxembourg is also the home of Jean-Claude Juncker, the head of the European Commission and architect of the migrant quota plan.

As well as repeating their opposition to Mr Juncker’s idea of compulsory quotas, the Visegrad group will demand the EU makes more effort to weed out economic migrants. They also intend to point out that Eastern Europe is neither financially or culturally suited to large migrant influxes.

  • Maurixio Garciasanchez

    Well that’s the beginning of millions that will keep coming , where is the EU navy , the British navy ? Politicians are becoming the criminals now , by allowing that invasion is creating a future deadly civil war .

    • Yes they are criminal.

    • tom_billesley

      The Royal Navy is operating a ferry service between Libya and Italy.

  • Martin B

    So it takes former Communist countries to show the rest of the West the path to freedom.

    • All of them have recent experience with being a conquered People, the west has forgotten the price to be payed.

      • David Murrell

        Agreed. How ironic is this? The new EU countries show the way.

  • FactsWillOut

    At least the Ukraine won’t have to worry about Migrants. Some wise fellow made sure that the warm water port of Crimea and so on stayed out of EU hands.

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  • ed

    ” woman and children first ” WTF

    • tom_billesley

      Only when there’s a news crew filming. Then it’s time to brandish the baby.

  • Censored_EG

    Hopefully these wonderfully delicious dishes will keep the muzzies away!

  • Hard Little Machine

    The EU does with the EU does, chatters and condemns Jews. Merkel’s claims of ‘up to 800,000 refugees’ is laughable. They’ll be lucky with only 10x that.

  • tom_billesley

    Soon they’ll be on a train complaining about a woman putting her feet up where they habitually lay down their prayer mat.