Jun 9 2017
DO IT! European Union threatens legal action against Eastern European countries that refuse to take in tens of thousands of African Muslim male invaders posing as refugees
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker again threatens to launch treaty violation proceedings against EU members refusing to take in their quota of Muslim invaders who are NOT refugees but welfare-seeking freeloaders and virtually all males.
Treaty violation proceedings? Which treaty orders European countries to take in millions of illiterate, unskilled military age men, many of whom are Islamic jihadist and rapists? Where are all the Muslim women and children “refugees?” Did these so-called men leave the women behind to fight their battles in alleged war-torn nations?
Breitbart “Next week, we will address the question of whether to launch treaty violation proceedings or not,” Juncker told Spiegel weekly. The decision has not been made, but I say that I am for it,” he said.
Eastern European countries including Hungary, Poland and Slovakia (and the Czech Republic) have flatly opposed an EU plan adopted in 2015 to redistribute among other members 160,000 Syrian, Eritrean and Iraq asylum seekers from Greece and Italy.
One commenter said:
“Juncker is delusional. He’s jumping up and down about Hungary and Poland not obeying ‘the rules’, while at the same time, the EU, Italy, Spain, Germany and other countries with ships ‘rescuing’ migrants off the Libyan coast are engaged in an industrial scale violation of the EU’s own border regulations. International law requires that people rescued at sea be taken to the nearest safe port, which in the case of the migrants being picked up off Libya, means a port in Tunisia.”
“This means that ALL these migrants are being landed in Europe in violation of EU law. Hungary and Poland are therefore under no legal obligation to accept any of them. The real question is: Why are the EU people traffickers not being prosecuted?”
The EU, fed up with some countries’ refusal to take in their share of asylum seekers, had set a June deadline and threatened sanctions.
Warning that he is losing patience, Juncker said the drastic step of launching infringement proceedings aimed to make clear that “decisions that have been made are applicable rules, even if one voted against them”.
“This is about European solidarity and there should not be a one-way street. There must be traffic in both directions,” he said.