We have been right all along, the fake media which parrots their fellow ideologues in political power, wrong.
This blog was one of the first Finnish blogs in English that provided first hand analysis of the so called refugees coming to Finland, as being frauds, and their accomplices nothing more than criminal gangs that have staked out own routes to funnel migrants from the ME and elsewhere into Europe. Click here, here and here. These frauds even get help to cheat the system by dishonest workers in asylum center industry.
The main thing here, one of the most badly maligned anti-fraud migrant and anti-Islamization groups in Europe, PEGIDA, has been right from the very beginning, and now the EU (self anointed) elites are being forced to recognize that reality and saying what they should have been saying all along.
EU chief appeals to migrants fleeing war torn Syria: ‘Don’t come to Europe, don’t believe the smugglers’
- Donald Tusk said EU nations would not be ‘transit countries’ for migrants
- EU Council president made his remarks on a visit to Greece today
- Warning comes as more than a million people due to arrive in Europe
- See more news on the migrant crisis at www.dailymail.co.uk/migrantcrisis
EU Council President Donald Tusk, pictured, warned migrants today not to try and reach Europe
European Council president Donald Tusk today told economic migrants ‘do not come to Europe’.
As the EU unveiled a tough new stance in a bid to get back control of the crisis, he warned that those who are not genuine refugees should stay away.
In a message posted on Twitter, the former Polish prime minister wrote: ‘Appeal to potential illegal economic migrants: Don’t come to Europe. Don’t believe smugglers. No European country will be a transit country.’
More than a million migrants arrived in Europe last year, but officials in Brussels have warned that many of those coming are not refugees fleeing war.
European Commission first vice-president Frans Timmermans just over a month ago let slip secret EU figures that show 60 per cent of those who came in December were simply moving to seek a better life rather than leaving war-torn countries such as Syria.
Mr Tusk, who is in Greece where most of the migrants coming to Europe arrive through, said it was time ‘to end the so-called wave-through process’ that has seen hundreds of thousands make their way through the continent.
In a joint press conference with Greek prime minister Alexis Tspiras, he said: ‘Here from Athens, I want to appeal to all potential illegal economic migrants wherever you are from: Do not come to Europe.
‘Do not believe the smugglers. Do not risk your lives and your money. It is all for nothing. Greece or any other European country will no longer be a transit country.’
It is thought that Mr Tusk’s words were also put on social media in a bid to spread the message amongst migrants in countries neighbouring Syria – many of whom communicate using smart phones.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel was last year criticised for posing for selfies with migrants who had arrived in Europe. It was claimed the pictures were being sent back to those in refugee camps in Lebanon and Turkey and were encouraging them also to make the journey.
Greece today said it is making long-term preparations to help as many as 150,000 stranded migrants as Macedonia and countries in the Balkans refuse to let them cross into their territories.
Mr Tusk, left, met with Greek PM Alexis Tsipras, right, before holding a press conference to warn migrants against coming to Europe, pictured today