The refusal of some European Union countries to accept Muslim refugees is “unacceptable” and all of them must take in Muslims, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has announced.
Merkel also announced new plans for quotas to divide the nonwhite invaders throughout the EU bloc.
“That’s not right at all that some countries say: ‘generally speaking, we don’t want to have Muslims in our countries,’” Merkel told German public television channel ARD.
She also announced a new “quota system” for taking in the invaders, and said that “everyone must do their part,” and that “a common solution must be found.”
Speaking at an “Open Day” at her Chancellery in Berlin last Sunday, Merkel said that all EU Member States had to agree to the “refugee distribution program”—and that no one can be allowed to opt out.
In contrast to this position, Hungary and some Visegrad countries (Poland, Czech Republic, and Slovakia) seek to either have no “refugees,” or to get the EU to provide border guards for other EU countries on the border frontlines.
The Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten reported that Merkel was presented with these demands at her recent meeting with representatives from Visegrad nations in Warsaw.
In March this year, Slovak President Robert Fico vowed that he would “never bring even a single Muslim” into his country.
Fico said that jihadists “masquerading as refugees” could infiltrate the European Union, and has said his government would be “monitoring every Muslim.”
Last week, Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka said, “We don’t have a large Muslim community here, and, to be honest, we don’t want a large Muslim community to form here, given the problems we’re seeing [in the rest of Europe].”
Speaking to the Pravo newspaper, Sobotka said that his views “diverged” from Merkel’s on the topic.
“It’s not possible to have the same approach as Germany last year, namely to authorize the influx of a huge number of people without any oversight,” he said.
Last month, Czech President Milos Zeman said he opposed taking in any migrants at all and described Merkel’s policy as “absurd.”
Merkel’s demand that all the EU Member States absorb Muslims puts her therefore completely at odds with the Eastern European nations.
The two sides are set for a showdown next month, when an EU summit takes place on the topic.