New Move To Swamp Europe

New Move To Swamp Europe

The EU faces a new crisis in the New Year as liberal Germany moves to force central and eastern European countries to follow it in committing suicide by immigration.

German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer has unveiled a new plan to reform the European asylum system. A draft of the proposal leaked to the media shows that all member states of the European Union will be forced to take in illegal migrants.

Countries in Central and Eastern Europe are opposed to mandatory relocations on the basis that decisions about the granting of residence permits should be kept at the national level. They have noted that by unilaterally imposing migrant quotas on EU member states, unelected bureaucrats in Brussels are seeking to force the democratically elected leaders of Europe to submit to their diktat.

Seehofer presented his four-page plan to radicalise the Common European Asylum System (CEAS) to the new president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, in Brussels on December 2. She will unveil her migration proposals in February 2020, ahead of Germany's six-month presidency of the European Council which begins in July 2020.

The new plan is aimed at replacing the European Union's Dublin Regulation, a law that requires people seeking asylum in the EU to do so in the first European country they reach.

It is also clearly intended to force on the traditionalist and national-minded East the first stages of the ‘Great Replacement’ plan first proposed by EU-Godfather Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi and since pursued with enthusiasm by Western Europe’s dominant liberal-left and their corporate allies.