Dear European Union, do you want more Brexit? Because this is how you get more Brexit.
The European Union won an important victory on Wednesday in its fractured effort to deal with the huge wave of migration that began in 2015, as the bloc’s top court ruled that Hungary and Slovakia were obligated to accept migrants under a contentious quota system.
A summary of the judgment said the Court of Justice had dismissed “in their entirety the actions brought by Slovakia and Hungary.” The quota program was “necessary to respond effectively and swiftly to an emergency situation characterized by a sudden inflow of displaced persons,” the court said.
The case has highlighted a deep divide in the European Union as it has sought a joint solution to dealing with the more than one million people who have come to Europe in the past two years, straining resources, roiling politics and drawing criticism from rights advocates who say that the bloc risks violating international laws on the treatment of refugees.
If you need more of an idea why Hungary and Slovakia might want to refuse migrants, let’s open up the LwC archives and see how the influx of migrants to European Union countries has affected nations who’ve welcomed them:
- ‘Peaceful’ Migrants Hit a Truck Driver with a Brick, Try Breaking into the UK
- European Union Admits Most Migrants Are NOT Actually Refugees
- ENOUGH! Women Protest Migrant Rape in the ‘No Go’ Zones of Paris
- REAL RAPE CULTURE: Migrants in Sweden Who Livestreamed Rape Get Slap on the Wrist
- Germany’s Immigrant Crime Up Over 50% from Last Year
One of the reasons the United Kingdom pulled its Brexit move was to regain its sovereign rights as a nation, not to be dictated to by an unelected European panel of globalist gangsters. Think of the famous Star Wars Cantina scene, except these people have actual power.
Slovakia and Hungary had good reason to keep migrant invaders out of their country. Firstly, they have no idea who those people are, where they’ve actually come from, and what their intentions may be. Countries have borders for much the same reason residents have deadbolts on their front and back doors: to keep questionable people out. Secondly, Hungary and Slovakia have every right to let in who they want, and to block people they don’t want. Should be pretty simple. Alas, the EU is essentially kicking down their doors.
This is why we say the EU can go screw itself.
With Europe’s slow (but getting faster) collapse into terroristic chaos, it only seems the EU wants to spread the misery around. Branch the terrorism into all countries equally. Socialism, baby.
It’s fine. Everything is fine.