The fall of Aleppo to government forces has destroyed the terrorists’ chances of taking over Syria and has made it even more clear that the Syrians posing as refugees in Europe can be sent home.
The Greek Defense Minister Panos Kammenos, and his Austrian counterpart Hans Peter Doskozil, both announced this week that they were in favor of all the “refugees” being sent back to Syria.
Syrian civilians arrive at a Syrian government checkpoint after leaving Aleppo’s eastern neighborhoods.
In addition, Kammenos and Doskozil both expressed themselves in favor of creating “safe zones” in other “crisis regions” where humanitarian aid could be provided locally instead of inviting all the “refugees” to Europe.
This announcement is ironic, because it was the exact policy proposed by the Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ) candidate in the recent presidential election in that country. Doskozil’s Social Democratic Party of Austria (SPÖ) fanatically opposed the FPÖ in that election.
In addition, Doskozil and Kammenos renewed calls for the establishment of “refugee registration centers” outside of Europe where invaders’ claims could be evaluated before being let into Europe—another policy stolen directly from the FPÖ.
“We are in agreement that a solution would be to take the refugees back to safe regions within Syria, for example the south of Syria, under the supervision of international organizations,” Kammenos was quoted as saying.
Doskozil said that while the “conditions for this in the war-stricken country were not yet present, he had in the past also expressed that he is open to the idea of such safe zones under international observation.”
He added that “more discussion about the idea was needed in the near future,” and that should the “establishment of such safe zones work in Syria, he said it could also work in other crisis regions, where humanitarian aid could then be provided locally.”
In addition, they said they wanted to “work together with the Central European Defense Cooperation (CEDC) to develop their official position vis-a-vis both safe zones and registration centers.” Doskozil said this would “serve as preparation should the EU refugee deal currently in place with Turkey collapse.”
It remains to be seen whether their proposals will ever actually be implemented, but the mere fact that they are openly discussing it is an indication that an increasing number of establishment politicians appear to be aware that there is no genuine justification for the fake refugee invasion of Europe.
The announcement could also easily be political jockeying by the SPÖ and the Austrian establishment as part of their strategy to try and ward off the FPÖ at the next national election in that country.