Taxpayers in the European Union (EU) have been forced to start paying monthly cash grants to invaders in Turkey who claim to be Syrians to the tune of at least €348 million, it has emerged.
The scheme means that the EU is now paying the nonwhite hordes while they are still on their way to Europe, effectively encouraging them to carry on with their trek.
The arrangement will give cash to anyone claiming to be a refugee from Syria via pre-paid cash cards which are supposed to be used for food, housing, schooling, or medical expenses in Turkey.
The program, launched on Monday, is called the “Emergency Social Safety Net” (ESSN), and is part of the EU’s already failed “deal” with Turkey to try and reduce the hordes of nonwhites invading Europe from that country.
“Today we launch the biggest and largest humanitarian project the EU has ever supported. It will provide a basic source of income for one million Syrian refugees,” EU Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management Christos Stylianides told a news conference.
ESSN is being implemented by the World Food Program and the Turkish Red Crescent, in collaboration with the Turkish Ministry of Family and Social Policy and the Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency.
A fact sheet issued by the EU on the program said that the ESSN funding is “on top of €164 million that the EU has already made available for humanitarian aid projects in Turkey since the beginning of the year.”
The invaders will each receive an electronic card, into which monthly transfers are made.
The EU fact sheet said that this will “provide them with the dignity of choice”—in other words, there is actually no control over what they choose to spend the money on.
Under the heading, “who can apply for ESSN support?,” the EU fact sheet says that “humanitarian aid is intended for the most vulnerable people affected by the crisis, whether they are Syrian or non-Syrian, registered as refugees or not,” and that “a referral system will be put in place as part of the ESSN to address the needs of other persons of concern too.”
This means that the EU knows very well that it is not just those claiming to be Syrians in Turkey who will receive the cash, but any invader from anywhere who has managed to get to Turkey on their way to Europe, and who can show “need.”
The fact sheet adds that the “Facility for Refugees in Turkey” has an overall budget of €3 billion for 2016–2017, made up of €1 billion from the EU budget, and €2 billion from the EU Member States.
The cash payments in effect mean that the invading hordes will receive their first taste of European cash handouts even before they reach the Continent.