Ι am Autolycus and this is the Europa Report for the past week, February 27th to March 4th bringing you the latest news on the Continent regarding the ‘’refugee’’ crisis and other political developments.
We begin from Greece, the main entry point for non-white invasion where Minister Yiannis Mouzalas has warned that the number of refugee invaders “trapped” in that country could reach 70,000 after the other Balkan states instituted a “cap” on all border crossings.
Speaking in an interview with Greece’s Mega Channel TV, Mouzalas said that his government estimated that “the number of those trapped will be from 50,000–70,000 people next month,” and that there were already some 22,000 “trapped” in Greece. The “trapped” invaders are all from nonwhite countries in North Africa, sub-Saharan Africa, and elsewhere who have not the slightest claim to “asylum” in Europe.
Some 6,500 invaders were stuck at the Idomeni camp on Greece’s northern border with FYROM on Sunday as border officials let only 300 invaders pass the day before.
Continuing , Europe will set Greece a deadline of May 12 to register all migrants in an orderly fashion or face more border controls, Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos told a German newspaper on Friday.
Greece has been the main gateway for nearly a million migrants who have crossed the Aegean Sea from Turkey over the past year on their way to wealthier northern Europe.
The influx has prompted Austria and others along the Balkans migration corridor to impose restrictions on their borders, meaning at least 30,000 people fleeing conflict of poverty in the Middle East are now trapped in Greece.
“Greece will have until May to protect its external borders,” Avramopoulos, a former Greek government minister, told Die Welt newspaper.
“We will take stock of the situation on May 12. Should we see no success by then we will not hesitate to create requirements so that border controls in Europe can be extended,” he said.
Avramopoulos told the paper the aim was to lift all border controls that have been instated as a result of the migrant crisis within the passport-free Schengen zone by November.
The EU Commission also plans to present initial plans to reform the Dublin regulation that states that asylum requests be handled where asylum is first claimed in mid-March.
Especially the two nations forming the core of the EU, Germany and France have begun to reconsider their stance -finally- on the migrant crisis.
Independent national measures to tackle the migrant crisis are counterproductive, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Friday as she met with her French counterpart in Paris to push for a joint European solution to the problem.
Border slowdowns and closures along the migrant route through Europe have just meant that people are now piling up in Greece, overwhelming the country’s resources, Merkel said at a joint news conference with French President Francois Hollande in Paris.
The two leaders met ahead of a summit of EU and Turkish leaders to discuss the migrant crisis Monday. The Balkan countries and Austria have recently introduced tight restrictions to stem the flow of migrants. That has resulted in thousands of refugees and other migrants being stranded by Greece’s border with Macedonia.
“Unilateral solutions do not help us,” Merkel said, adding Europe needs to work closely with Turkey to stop the flow of migrants, and also to secure its outer borders.
Germany and France agree that the EU has to protect its external border to preserve freedom within Europe, get away from internal border controls and for security reasons, Merkel said.
Jews and Palestinians, working for the Israeli state-funded foreign aid agency IsraAID, are actively working on the ground in Greece to help the mass nonwhite invasion of Europe take place—even though all those “refugees” are barred from entering Israel.
There are even American Jews working with the aid agency, alongside Israelis, and Muslims from inside Israel, the Tel Aviv-based Haaretz newspaper has reported.
The addition of Muslims to the IsraAID teams working on the ground in Greece is a new development, as previous reports had indicated that only Jews were involved in helping the invaders come ashore.
The Palestinians’ antagonism toward Israel has therefore been overcome by their sentiments of Muslim solidarity with the invaders entering Europe.
Across the channel, in Britain one of the most popular Imams in the UK, who commands a following of hundreds of thousands, has praised the killer of a moderate Pakistani politician who defended murdered christians, declaring him a “martyr” who “did what he did in honour of the Prophet”.
It is five years since Salmaan Taseer, a liberal muslim who spoke out after the killing of Shahbaz Bhatti, Pakistan’s minorities minister who was the only Christian in the government, was assassinated by the Pakistani Taliban. His killer, Mumtaz Qadri, was hanged this week.
It is almost certain that ISIS terrorist cells exist as we speak on European soil as the following recent incidents indicate:
1) (AFP) – Spanish police said Thursday they have seized about 20,000 military uniforms, “enough to equip an entire army”, which were destined for jihadist groups operating in Syria and Iraq.
The uniforms were found in three shipping containers seized in the eastern ports of Valencia and Alicante last month when police uncovered an operation to smuggle arms to jihadists under the guise of humanitarian aid, police said in a statement.
Seven people were arrested at the time as part of a probe launched in 2014 into “foreign structures” providing logistical support for both Islamic State and the Al-Nusra Front, an Al-Qaeda affiliate in Syria.
2) A Turkish citizen, a Swede and a man from Serbia have been arrested after a massive shipment of grenades and automatic weapons destined for Sweden was uncovered.
Grenade attacks linked to migrant gang warfare have become a familiar occurrence in parts of Nordic nation. There were 30 grenade explosion in Malmö in the first half of 2015, and 25 explosions in the city in 2014.
A car containing 59 hand grenades and five machine guns, along with ammunition and magazines, was intercepted at a customs check Slovenia this week. The weapons were concealed in various locations around the vehicle.
The principal suspect is a 32-year-old Serbian man, who was arrested along with a 25-year Swede and a 17-year-old who is a citizen of both Turkey and Finland.
The men have been charged with aggravated larceny and handling automatic weapons. The 25-year-old also stands charged with serious drug offences.
3) A young girl walked into a German railway station on Friday and near fatally stabbed the first officer who approached her, and now it has been revealed she is a devotee of the Islamic State.
A 15-year-old Moroccan was arrested on Friday after an Islamist attack at Hanover central station inspired by the Islamic State. The young girl who was wearing a headscarf was observed to fix officials in the office with her gaze — this much can be seen from surveillance videos from the station, reports Bild.
Approached by an officer, the young girl handed over her identity documents, but as he was distracted reading the paper, she struck. A spokesman said: “When the officer slightly turned away to check her identity, with lightning speed she stabbed him… The colleague had no chance to defend himself”.
At that point, other officers piled in and detained the girl. The struck officer had to receive emergency surgery, the kitchen knife having entered his neck, with a colleague remarking “it’s a miracle he survived”.
Also, several German Constitutional Court judges have expressed their doubts that the German state’s attempt to ban the National Democratic Party of Germany (Nationaldemokratische Partei Deutschlands, NPD) will come to pass, as the legal case against the party appeared to falter during the third day of hearings.
Although the judges, sitting in the Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe, said that the NPD’s policy program contained “anti-constitutional” elements, this alone was insufficient for a ban.
The proceedings against the NPD opened on Tuesday this week, after the governments of all the federal German states launched a joint application to the court to have the party, first founded in the 1960s, banned as “unconstitutional.”
Ending with a dire prediction : another recession in Europe could lead to the collapse of the Eurozone, a Swiss investment bank has warned.
Credit Suisse said a new downturn would unleash political turmoil that could rip the single currency to pieces unless Europe’s policymakers find a way to ward off a new global slump and quall anti-euro sentiment among the continent’s population.
“The viability of the euro is contingent on the current recovery,” said Peter Foley in a research note entitled “Closer to the Edge”.
“If the euro area were to relapse back into recession, it is not clear it would endure.”