Critics fear that this pact will not only accelerate immigration, but that the pact is intended to break the resistance of the Eastern European states to migration.
The question that arises regarding the so-called “roadmap” is whether the planned pact is a measure especially aimed at curbing illegal immigrants — or means to numerically expanded migration. Since there is still no published text yet that could be evaluated, this pivotal issue has remained unanswered.
In addition, the commission has shied away from open conflict with Eastern European states, which, unlike Germany, are fighting for a limitation to migration. But they are also fighting against the transfer of national governmental powers to international agencies.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in an article published in the Monday issue of daily Magyar Nemzet that sovereign states were most jeopardised by “a global network advocating an open society, aimed at eliminating national structures. George Soros’s network… is aimed at building open societies of a mixed ethnicity through accelerating migration and dismantling national decision making competencies, and handing over those competencies to a global elite”. That global elite “would not allow policies conflicting with its own interests in central Europe,” he added.
The global elite will “apply the same strategy in Hungary in the 2022 election campaign as in this year’s presidential election in Poland” by using the youth Orban said. “They are forces of the past that destroyed the country once before,” he said. Once independent communities have now become a “leftist people’s party serving the Soros-network”, now preparing for a “decisive battle” in 2022, “backed by the international media, Brussels bureaucrats, and pseudo-civil NGOs”.
There is a risk that the new migration and asylum pact is going to be interpreted as a signal that Europe not only accepts, but wants more migration. Asylum centers at the EU’s external borders may contribute to this, especially if they are coupled with extensive legal protection for migrants.
Meanwhile, the role of private and tax-funded church “sea rescue”, which Germany promotes as a lever for more African immigration, has become crucial.
Resistance has been recorded in more and more countries, not only in Eastern Europe, but also in Scandinavia. How will they, together with Eastern European countries be integrated into a common European asylum system?
Basically, the EU-wide distribution of migrants has so far been lacking because the living conditions and socio-economic benefits for migrants are very different in individual countries — and migrants behave accordingly.
The issues of asylum and migration should be clearly separated. Many observers are concerned that continuous immigration will overwhelm European states. Globalists believe that mass immigration should be welcomed, because terrorism, crime or the emergence of parallel societies are only transient problems. They refuse to see that it will inevitably lead to chronic intercultural tension and violence and globalists simply have no idea or plan on how to deal with these issues – apart from justifying such behaviour.
The real issue is whether refugees and migrants can eventually be integrated into their host countries. It is not only about European standardization of a migrant redistribution system. Therefore, fears remains that the pact will only serve to promote immigration and remove resistance to it.
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