Unelected technocrats unveil $500 million population transfer strategy
The European Union Commission has unveiled the latest expansion in their ‘refugee resettlement’ agenda – a plan to formally import 50,000 more Africans over the next two years at a cost of over half a billion US dollars.
The new arrivals would be in addition to the millions that have already arrived – and continue to do so, both of their own volitions and with the assistance of official EU agencies and NGOs.
In a press release, the EU Commission states that the goal of the program is to create new “legal pathways” for “resettling vulnerable persons from North Africa and the Horn of Africa… who risk their lives at the hands of criminal smuggling networks.”
“Europe has to show that it is ready to share responsibility with third countries, notably in Africa,” EU Migration Commissioner, Dmitri Avramopoulos said in comments to the press. “People who are in genuine need of protection should not risk their lives or depend on smugglers.”
“We need to open real alternatives to taking perilous irregular journeys,” he added. “Investing in more legal pathways, both for protection but also for study or work, is therefore essential.”
The unveiling of the new proposal follows EU President Jean-Claude Juncker’s annual “State of the Union” address in which he announced, “In spite of the debate and controversy around this topic, we have managed to make solid progress… We now need to redouble our efforts. Before the end of the month, the Commission will…Read More