The European Union has started “redistributing” nonwhite invaders plucked from Turkey to Member States around the continent—including at least one Visegrad nation, the Czech Republic.
Norway will get 218 “Syrians” every month, France will get 148, Italy will get 118, and Germany 100 per month—while other EU states will be allocated smaller numbers.
So far, only Poland, Slovakia, and Hungary have refused outright to take any invaders, while the Czech Republic caved in and accepted a small number.
It is intended that around 1,100 invaders pretending to be refugees in Turkey will be “resettled” in the EU every month. In terms of the Angela Merkel “EU-Turkey” deal, at least 72,000 “Syrians” currently in Turkey will be taken directly into Europe.
The invaders will get free transportation, which will include air flights, to their destinations.
Separately, the EU has also now agreed on the “distribution” of another estimated 160,000 nonwhite invaders currently in the “congested arrival countries” of Italy and Greece. So far, EU officials said, some 1,425 of that number have been “distributed.”
In a move which has been met with disappointment from the other Visegrad nations, the Czech Republic agreed this week to take in invaders under the EU quota system.
A spokesman for the Interior Ministry, Hana Malá, told the Czech News Agency that the first four “Syrians” accepted in the Czech Republic under the quota system arrived in the Czech Republic on Monday.
The family is staying at a ministry facility waiting to be granted asylum.
Originally, some seven “Syrians” were accepted by the Czech government under the “redistribution” system, but three of them escaped from a Greek facility in order to avoid being relocated to the Czech Republic.
According to the spokesman, the Czech Republic has agreed to “take in” at least 2,700 invaders.
In the UK, plans are afoot to “resettle” invaders in Wales and in Northern Ireland. According to the BBC, “Syrians” will be settled in the remote Welsh village of Ystradgynlais (population 8,092), and in the larger town of Newtown.
In Northern Ireland, 57 “Syrians” arrived this week to as part of a 20,000-strong invasion force of bogus refugees which the UK has agreed to “take in” in terms of the “redistribution” plan.
Under the so-called “Vulnerable Persons Relocation Scheme,” the invaders complete paperwork and are sorted based on several criteria for prioritization.
They go through a “screening process” before being settled, at which time they have access to housing, medical care, education, and work opportunities. “Refugees” in the UK are given five years of “humanitarian protection,” which includes public funds, access to jobs, and the potential for family reunification.
* The Austrian government has not made any places available for the “redistribution” plan. This is mainly because the country has already taken in nearly 100,000 “asylum seekers,” proportionally one of the largest such intakes in the entire EU.