The European Union is determined to end “national sovereignty” in order to “protect” Europe from refugees and migrants. In order to achieve this, Brussels’ bureaucrats following Brussels’ politicians’ instructions prepared an extraordinary proposal, according to which a new border & coastguard agency will be established with extended powers like to intervene in a country even when the country does not give its consent.
The proposal targets primarily Greece and secondarily Italy, the two countries that have been receiving the highest number of illegal entries
The new force is expected to be 1,000-man strong and the new agency -the EC has not found a name for it yet – will replace the Frontex which has been accused of having being unable to stop the flow of refugees and migrants.
As expected, the European Commission’s plan is met with the hostility of some of the 28 EU member states that are convinced that they have to hand over the security of their sea or land borders to some central general stab in Brussels.
The European Commission is treating member-states that will not accept the new guards agency with sanctions.
According to AFP that obtained a draft of the EC proposal:
The European Commission will propose that the new agency has the “right to intervene” to protect the security of the EU’s passport-free Schengen area.
“In urgent situations, the Agency must be able to step in to ensure that action is taken on the ground even where there is no request for assistance from the Member State concerned or where that Member State considers that there is no need for additional intervention.”
The EU could send in teams of guards in case of a surge at a particular border, or where a member state has a “deficiency” in the management of its borders and had failed to respond to warnings from Brussels.”
The European Commission is “confident” that the controversial plan will be accepted during the EU leaders Summit tomorrow Thursday in Brussels.
So, Brussels will fire a warning salvo and then send its own guards to an EU-member state. I suppose, if the member state refuse to accept the EU guards to enter the country, Brussels will have the tanks rolling …?
ops! me thinking I got wrong picture. That’s from the Nazi occupation during WWII. Apologies.
PS The European Commission is threatening member-states that will not accept the new guards agency with sanctions. So far, I heard of zero sanction towards the member-states that refuse to comply with the EU Summit on Migration decisions about the delicate chapter of “relocation of some 160,000 refugees” I heard recently that Germany, for example, accepted to receive 24 people from Greece.