The European Union (EU) is working on an “accelerated selection process” to quickly absorb large numbers of nonwhite invaders currently in Turkey, according to Die Welt newspaper in Germany.
“Experts” from the EU negotiation team—which has laid the basis for the agreement with Turkey—discussed the “speeded-up” invasion plans yesterday, the paper reported.
“Refugee” camps in Turkey. Although they are already in a “safe” country, Merkel and the EU insist on taking them into Europe.
The aim is to finalize everything before the end of the week. The new initiative will bypass the established selection process set up by the United Nations High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR).
The reason for this is that the UNHCR’s process would “only” allow no more than 50,000 “Syrians” per year to be transported to Europe, whereas the EU wants far larger numbers to be taken in, Die Welt said.
In terms of the “accelerated” procedure, the focus will be placed on ensuring that a refugee is “in danger.” More extensive interviews “could be rescheduled later in the EU,” the report continued, adding that the “role of the Turkish authorities in the selection process will be significantly expanded.”
Chancellor Angela Merkel called on the EU to accept the Turkish demand for higher cash payments—up to €6 billion—in exchange for their cooperation with the invasion. In exchange, Turkey would agree to take back every “Syrian” refugee who crosses into Greece illegally. For every “Syrian” returned to Turkey, the EU will accept one applying through legal channels from Turkey.
However, the EU’s proposed agreement with Turkey has not yet been finalized, and European Council president Donald Tusk has rushed to Cyprus for talks with the country’s president, Nicos Anastasiades, on its most dangerous aspect: the offer to speed up negotiations on Turkey’s application for EU membership.
Cyprus is one of the biggest opponents to the EU-Turkey “agreement” struck earlier this month, not because of any concern about the nonwhite invasion of Europe by fake “refugees,” but simply because the Turkish government refuses to recognize the Cypriot government.
In 1974, Turkey invaded and occupied the northern one-third of Cyprus, an area which is still under Turkish occupation and is known as the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, only recognized by Turkey.