As Trump Concedes, Europe Prepares Crackdown On Illegal Immigrants

Wednesday, June 20, 2018
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
ZeroHedge.com
Wed, 06/20/2018

Just as Trump is set to concede on his crackdown on immigrant parents separated from children at the border, by signing a “pre-emptive” executive order at any moment, Europe is about to crackdown on the migrant wave unleashed by Angela Merkel (and her various unknown progressive advisors, which some have speculated includes George Soros’ Open Society) in 2015 with Germany’s “Open Door” policy, and on Sunday countries including France, Germany, Italy, Austria and other EU states will meet to try to end a deadlock on migration policy which has brought to a head bitter political divisions in the bloc, and has resulted in Brexit in the UK, a wave of nationalist governments in Central and Eastern Europe, and the first openly populist government in Italy in decades.

Actually, scratch that: according to Reuters we already know what will be decided – a full-blown crackdown on migration, just in time to save Angela Merkel’s job who was recently handed a 2 week ultimatum to resolve Germany immigration troubles by her coalition partner, the CSU.

EU LEADERS TO AGREE ON SUNDAY IT IS “CRUCIAL TO FURTHER REDUCE ILLEGAL MIGRATION TO EUROPE AS WELL AS SECONDARY MOVEMENTS” INSIDE EU – DRAFT STATEMENT

The official purpose of Sunday’s meeting is to explore how to prevent migrants from moving around the European Union after claiming asylum in one of the Mediterranean states of arrival, although those states now exclude Italy, which following the League/5-Star government has made it clear it will no longer accept immigrants.

Such secondary movements are illegal under EU law but have been widespread since immigration to Europe peaked in 2015, when more than a million refugees and migrants arrived from the Middle East and Africa. More importantly, the bloc has since been bitterly at odds over how to share out the responsibility of taking care of them.

As a result, Sunday’s meeting will seek to avert a possible clash on the issue at a June 28-29 EU summit, where leaders will try to agree a joint migration policy.

Some states, such as Austria, are already bracing for the worse, and in advance of failing to reach common ground, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said he would push on Sunday for rapid action on migration, and suggested Austria might go it alone on creating asylum centres outside the European Union if the deadlock continued for months.

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