The Polish government has told the European Union that they will not take in any of the “redistributed” nonwhites pretending to be refugees from Greece or Italy as that plan only aggravates the invasion problem and does not solve it.
Reacting to the EU’s threat last week that Poland—and Hungary—would face unspecified sanctions unless they agreed to take part in the “redistribution” of the fake refugees arriving in Italy and Greece, Polish Justice Minister Mariusz Blaszczak told a news conference in Brussels that his country’s “position is consistent and clear—we oppose relocation.”
Speaking after a meeting of EU justice and interior ministers, Blaszczak said that the redistribution arrangement “does not only fail to solve the migration problem, it aggravates it. It encourages more waves of migrants from Africa and Asia to come, which also provides a big source of income for smugglers and people traffickers.”
He went on to cite nonwhite terrorist attacks in France, Belgium, and Germany since late 2015 in which fake refugees had taken a leading role.
Under a plan agreed in 2015, the European Commission has demanded of EU member states that they all admit a quota from a total of 160,000 nonwhite invaders “stuck” in Italy and Greece.
Poland and Hungary alone have refused to admit any, citing security concerns and announcing their opposition to the mass Third World invasion of Europe.
Last week, the European Commission said it would decide next month on possible legal action against Poland and Hungary over the migration issue.
The process will likely end up in court and entail financial penalties in the form of the withdrawal of EU subsidies.