EU and the Migrants

Dutch version: EU and the Migrants.

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This document is a continuation of the earlier publication about the organised migration to the EU.

There are stronger and stronger indications that the EU is behind these migratory flows. Here is a (pdf alert) publication of the EU itself, The Global Approach to Migration and Mobility: Communication From The European Commission, which reinforce these indications.

For example, we read in the introduction: “In its Communication of 4 May, the Commission highlighted the need for the EU to strengthen its external migration policy by setting up partnerships with non-EU countries.

And below 1. “Key objectives” (page 3):
Mobility of third country nationals across the external EU borders is of strategic importance in this regard

According to this document, this policy of importing immigrants is to secure enough people for the workforce:
Securing an adaptable workforce with the necessary skills which can cope successfully with the evolving demographic and economic changes is a strategic priority for Europe.
And:
Policies in place need to be reviewed and strengthened as the Union faces pressing labour market challenges, particularly shortfalls in skill levels and serious labour mismatches
How they come to the conclusion that the solution of the supposed lack of labour skills by the Europeans is to get people from the 3rd world is entirely unclear to me, but it is clear that the purpose of the EU is to move people from the 3rd world to Europe.

It is also interesting that on the top of page 12 it states:”Knowledge tools -including migration profiles , mapping instruments, studies, statistical reports, impact assessments and fact-finding missions“, exactly those things that Lorenzo Pezzani was doing and the delfina foundation was mentioning.

At the bottom of page 12 we see:
It defines a list of areas where, irrespective of their initial reason for admission, all legally staying and working non-EU nationals will be granted equal treatment to nationals“. So it does not matter if you ever have illegally entered the country. At the time the EU believes that you’re legal, you have the same social rights as everyone else:

Page 13 is clear on this: “Regarding the portability of social security rights, the EU rules on social security coordination remove disadvantages and protect acquired rights for EU citizens moving within the EU and also for all legally resident non-EU nationals with a cross-border dimension.

On the last page we find this: “This approach includes protecting the human rights of all migrants in transit by focusing on: protecting vulnerable migrants (unaccompanied minors, asylum-seekers, victims of trafficking, stranded migrants, etc.) and on the specific needs of women; supporting capacitybuilding for law enforcement forces and referral systems; supporting prevention, protection and prosecution of criminal acts and human rights violations committed against migrants, including those travelling irregularly; and guaranteeing decent living conditions for migrants in reception centres in non-EU countries.
Thus, you can only conclude that the EU is mainly protecting migrants and not EU citizens.

Interesting is also this article from George Soros:

    • The EU should provide €15,000 ($16,800) per asylum-seeker

I guess that’s going to be very expensive

    • safe channels must be established for asylum-seekers, starting with getting them from Greece and Italy to their destination countries.

So he wants to help migrants and not stop them

    • If asylum-seekers have a reasonable chance of ultimately reaching Europe, they are far more likely to stay where they are.

That’s exactly upside down of course. If people see their brothers safely reached Europe they want that too.

    • Finally, to absorb and integrate more than a million asylum seekers and migrants a year, the EU needs to mobilize the private sector – NGOs, church groups, and businesses – to act as sponsors.

So there are coming 1 million migrants every year. and the private sector should help paying it. Well, then we are sure the migrants will keep coming.

    • The EU must respond with a genuinely European asylum policy that will put an end to the panic and the unnecessary human suffering.

Well, if read his article it means let them come and Europe has to pay the costs. I don’t think that is a genuine asylum policy, on the contrary.

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