WHOA! This is a hard nosed stance on the immigrant crisis and we should IMMEDIATELY adopt it here!
As the mass exodus continues to happen from the middle east to Europe, and as Muslims continue to not conform to the type of society they relocate to, Europe has officially had enough.
In a statement crafted as we slept, Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, had this to say to all migrants that continue to try to enter Europe and ransack their countries.
“Do not come to Europe,” said Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, after meeting with the Greek prime minister in Athens. “Do not believe the smugglers. Do not risk your lives and your money. It is all for nothing.”
Tusk also said it was up to Turkey, not its European neighbors, to decide how to manage a reduction in refugee numbers — a stance that Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu quickly rebuffed. Turkey is under pressure to reduce the numbers of migrants crossing into Greece as a March 7 summit meeting between Turkey and the European Union approaches to discuss the issue.
This is mainly because Turkey is the gateway to Europe, along with Greece.
Tusk’s comments came as a top U.N. official also warned Thursday that as many as 70,000 people could be “trapped” in Greece in the coming weeks because Macedonia and other European countries are shutting their borders, transforming Greece into a holding pen for migrants desperate to leave.
There was also violence at a makeshift camp being dismantled in northern France. And on Thursday, British Prime Minister David Cameron and French President François Hollande held talks in Amiens seeking to contain the migrant crisis in northern France, where thousands of refugees are camped in squalid conditions just over two hours from London and Paris.
So finally Europe is taking action against these Muslim immigrants who try to infest their countries and rape their women, all the while not conforming to their culture. Good for you Europe! We salute you in taking a stance against Islamic radicals.
(Source: The Washington Post)