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EU Official: Poland, Hungary, and Czech Republic Broke EU law by Refusing to Take in Migrants

EU Official: Poland, Hungary, and Czech Republic Broke EU law by Refusing to Take in Migrants

Top EU legal adviser: Members countries have “no legitimate security grounds to reject the quota scheme.”

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Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic are in breach of the European Union law by refusing to take in migrants under the bloc’s mandatory migrant quota scheme, the top EU legal adviser says. According to Advocate General Eleanor Sharpston, who advises the European Court of Justice (ECJ), the members countries of the bloc have “no legitimate security grounds to reject the quota scheme” that proposes to settle hundreds of thousands migrants arriving in Europe.

The eastern European countries are facing legal action at the top EU court, the European Court of Justice (ECJ), for blocking the EU plan to assign each country with a quota of migrants to take in. The Eastern European countries have so far frustrated Brussels’ efforts to impose mandatory quotas on member states for the mass resettlement of migrants from North Africa and the Middle East swarming the continent through the Mediterranean route.

Poland rejected the Advocate General’s statement citing the government’s duty to ensure the safety of its people. “Our actions were dictated by the interests of Polish citizens and the need for protection against uncontrolled migration,” Piotr Muller, spokesman for the Polish government, said.

The German public broadcaster Deutsche Welle reported the legal advisory given to the top EU court:

Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic broke EU law by refusing to accept asylum seekers under the bloc’s mandatory migrant quota scheme, an advisory body to the European Court of Justice said on Thursday.

In December 2017, the European Commission took the three EU member states to Europe’s top court after they refused to take in refugees who arrived in Greece and Italy at the height of the 2015 migrant crisis.

The former communist states had argued that accepting asylum seekers would threaten security and cultural cohesion — and that Brussels had no legal grounds to implement mandatory migration quotas.

In an opinion advising the European Court of Justice, Advocate General Eleanor Sharpston said Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic had no legitimate security grounds to reject the quota scheme.

The advisories issued by the EU Advocate General are “not legally binding but are often followed by the court,” German public broadcaster Deutsche Welle noted in a separate article. An EU court ruling against these countries could pave the way for punitive fines and sanctions. German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government has long been calling for such actions against the countries refusing to open their borders to migrants.

The EU legal advisory comes amid fears of a new migrant wave like the one witnessed in the autumn of 2015. German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer warned of a migrant influx that could overwhelm his country. Germany could “experience a wave of refugees like in 2015 – or perhaps an even larger one,” Seehofer said last month.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has also renewed his threats of overrunning Europe with “millions” of illegal immigrants as he wages war against Kurdish fighters and civilians in northern Syria.

Amid mounting threats, Brussels has been discouraging the member states from trying to curb the migrant influx. The EU, as well as German and French governments, has criticized Hungary’s border fence constructed to stop the flow of illegal migrants. Hungary has defended the fence that stops migrants who take the Balkan route to get into Europe. British broadcaster the BBC describes the Hungarian wall as an “impenetrable border barrier of barbed wire and electric fences” designed to”stop the migrant flow.”

Despite the mainstream media and the EU politicians mocking and slandering Hungary and other eastern European countries for building border walls and taking a tough approach to illegal immigration, these countries have succeeded in quelling the uncontrolled flow of migrants.

While Germany, France, and Belgium face rising migrant crime and a string of Islamic terror attacks, the countries of eastern Europe are blissfully spared from such tragedies and pitfalls.

The punitive measures pushed by Brussels against Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic are a ploy to force other member countries of the bloc to fall in line with the EU’s open border immigration policy. As long as eastern European countries continue to resist migrant settlement plans, Brussels will not be able to roll out schemes that have the potential to irreversibly change the culture and demography of Europe.

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“While Germany, France, and Belgium face rising migrant crime and a string of Islamic terror attacks, the countries of eastern Europe are blissfully spared from such tragedies and pitfalls.”

And in the face of that undeniable fact, plus countless other adverse consequences of having young, skill-less, maladjusted Muslim males in your country, this EU law “expert” says, with a straight face, “Members countries have ‘no legitimate security grounds to reject the quota scheme.’”

UnCivilServant | November 2, 2019 at 2:34 pm

The proper response is quite simple:

“We invoke Article 50. Effective Immediately, [Country] is no longer a member of the European Union. There will be no negotiation or protracted transition period. EU officials have twelve hours to leave [Country] or face deportation. Signed, [Name].”

Polxit, Huxit and Czexit. Those don’t have the nice ring that Brexit does, but sound way better than EU.

Note of interest; monarchs, aristocrats and the courtiers of Germany, France, England, Netherlands and Belgium colonized, enslaved and gorged their national treasuries and the filled their aristocratic purses on the backs of people currently invading Europe (and the ethnic serfs of their duchies). (sounds like twentieth century communist agitprop.)

Even now the selfsame unelected EU and bureaucrats (aristocrats)are engaged in the same sort of coercive behavior, but instead of enforcing their will on a battlefield at the point of a sword – they now seek to impose it in the Halls of Justice wielding the Robes of the Judiciary.

Philosophical point – how will we ever escape this Groundhog Day cycle? Praying doesn’t work. Love doesn’t work. Violence doesn’t work – it only temporarily staves off the inevitable Cycle.

2smartforlibs | November 2, 2019 at 3:11 pm

Those countries know what it is to have a dictator in a far off place making demands. Ain’t gonna fly.

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to 2smartforlibs. | November 2, 2019 at 3:27 pm

    Yes, and I remember their “Dictators” always loved to stick
    Democrat or Democratic into their Dictatorship Names……….

“no legitimate security grounds to reject the quota scheme”
They are seperate sovereign countries and juat because EU Brussels decided that they would start controlling immigration on behalf of all the EU, those eastern European countries still remember their their days as part of the USSR’s satellite countries ans the devastation to their own people that was.

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to pwaldoch. | November 2, 2019 at 3:29 pm

    Makes you ask:
    “How much bribery Money are those EU un-elected bureacrats getting?”

Give us a break. The EU broke the law by accepting these migrants. It has no standing to take unlimited economic migrants. None at all.

    puhiawa in reply to puhiawa. | November 2, 2019 at 3:55 pm

    BTW: The EU Refugee/Asylum quota is 24,000. Merkel and the EU let in 1M. A combination of vast incompetence, submission to the left wing and media, no border guards, no military to speak of, hence a starling fear of Turkey,corporate demand for labor (an ill-founded belief if there ever was one.90% or more are on welfare and citizens are being forcefully removed from government housing projects for migrants) and Merkel’s bizarre belief she could gain factory labor to replace the aging German craftsmen, who along with Canadians, Americans, and Japanese are the most skilled in the world.

A clear and progressive bigotry that places native people second, and a cover-up of collateral damage from social justice adventures (e.g. elective wars, regime changes).

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to n.n. | November 2, 2019 at 3:43 pm

    That was before the Globalists learned to embrace
    Genocide Like a Democrat Party Politician!

      Ah, yes, abortion chambers, dodo dynasties, family dysfunction, cultural corruption, diversity to breed adversity, immigration reform to gerrymander the vote, redistributive change to finance it, and enjoy liberal license and cover of the press and media platforms, progressive churches and synagogues, etc. to run amuck. It’s a neat trick if they can pull it off.

The western European countries that have indiscriminately accepted the mass wave of Middle Eastern immigrants have become dangerous places for Jews living in those countries. Anti-Semitic harassment and violence abounds. On the other hand, the eastern European countries that have refused to accept this mass immigration have not experienced such high levels of anti-Semitism. Makes one wonder why the EU is pursuing the eastern European countries so vigorously!

    Terence G. Gain in reply to Guahan. | November 3, 2019 at 8:49 am

    Political Correctness is a mental disorder. Despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, Leftists believe Islam is benign. They also prefer socialism to capitalism and they are psychotic about the climate.

This is exactly why any member “state” should leave. The leaders elected by the country are to be subservient to the masters of the EU.
This is a microcosm of what the New World Order would be. It is like the Nazis under steroids. You give up all sovereignty of your own country.
This is what the National Socialists want to do with out country. They see this as their way to power, and with Texas having a lot of illegal immigrants, as well as displaced Californians who bring their politics with them, we see they are not far wrong. Fraud with votes and leftists invading them they are seeing a leftward lurch in their politics. It’s how Beta O’Rourke did so well in his election try against Cruz. (Sure the money campaign from Hollywood helped but you don’t reach voters with Beta’s views unless you hold them yourself.
This is why they want Trump out. He is their polar opposite.
Ready to give up the country? Let leftists get in charge. As we are already seeing.

    txvet2 in reply to oldgoat36. | November 2, 2019 at 10:14 pm

    “”It’s how Beta O’Rourke did so well in his election try against Cruz.””

    Maybe, maybe not. If that were the case, you’d have seen it also reflected in the governor’s race.

      Edward in reply to txvet2. | November 4, 2019 at 10:36 am

      Unfortunately Ted suffers from an image as a “smart guy”, which turns off some people. I guess these people would rather vote for an idiot like Robert Francis O’Rourke than have anyone think they appreciate really intelligent people.

      I hear Robert Francis is considering running for Senate again. He certainly should have lots of cash left in his campaign fund, not including his wife’s money. And people know the name (whether that is an advantage of disadvantage depends on who you speak with).

They should create a series of camps on their borders with barbed wire on three sides, but serving (unappetizing) halal meals, tents, no internet, so they would be refugee camps, and if the refugees didn’t like it they could cross. Oh, and an airstrip with daily one-way flights to Brussels, Bonn, and Paris.

notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital | November 2, 2019 at 4:34 pm

FYI

Over 30 Pakistani migrants found in lorry in France

https://www.thelocal.fr/20191102/over-30-pakistani-migrants-found-in-lorry-in-france

It’s common practice to
Turn empty churches into mosques, even full churches like the one across the street from me. One day it was a full black Baptist Church, next day it was sold to Muslims.

    artichoke in reply to gonzotx. | November 3, 2019 at 12:22 pm

    Do you know if they were pressured? Did the Muslims offer a great price?

    Because if the Muslims offered a lot of money I would wonder why they didn’t just build a new mosque exactly to their specs.

Unappetizing meals, made with generous quantities of lard for the fats, and lots of poor quality pork sausage. If they’re not hungry enough to eat it, too bad, so sad.

So.. They have no reason to refuse migrants, except their own autonomy. So the EU is going to take them to EU court. If the countries don’t give in there are only two possible outcomes, neither of which will be good for the EU. The EU will win, in their own court, and the governments involved will tell them to get stuffed, or the EU will lose in their own court, and be a laughingstock.

Hungary, the Czech Lands and Poland could make a nice little trading bloc if they signed a free trade agreement with the US and England. The EU couldn’t do much to block it, because Poland has ports on the N. Sea.

Terence G. Gain | November 3, 2019 at 8:45 am

The belief that western democracies have an obligation to admit adherents of a conquest ideology is insane.

How dare you racists judge those undocumented Poles, Hungarians, and Czechs who just want to better their life by moving to their imagined homeland? Why the very idea that a nation might have a border, language, and culture different from potential immigrants is abhorrent.

I stand with the Poles, Hungarians, and Czechs who have not gone through the pettifogging process of nationalization and immigration yet. How close minded to think any nation has a culture at all.

The EU was a bad idea that keeps getting worse. It looks like the British will never leave. why should their rulers in the EU give them a deal that lets them out?

    artichoke in reply to Jackie. | November 3, 2019 at 12:24 pm

    I was thinking now they’re going to leave, as long as the Conservatives and the Brexit parties can come to an agreement they should be unstoppable in a general election. But to get the Brexit party on board, the Conservatives might have to agree to a no-deal Brexit.

Wonder how they say “Sit on it and spin!” in Polish, Hungarian and Czech?

A Punk Named Yunk | November 6, 2019 at 10:35 am

> Members countries have “no legitimate security grounds to reject the quota scheme.

Other EU experts have declared that:
– There is no Mafia and it never existed
– Iran’s uranium refinement projects are for peaceful purposes
– The Gaza humanitarian is not the result of diverting food &
home construction funds to the excavation of terrorist tunnels.

Where *do* they dig up these experts?

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