What is the likelihood that these 200 migrants will become loyal, stable, productive members of European society?
Nonetheless, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is bent on ensuring that Europe continue its suicide: “We are not so in agreement as regards internal solidarity on the migration issue. In most areas, if not all areas, we show solidarity, as part of the EU. But there are some areas where solidarity is not shown and that is something I find not acceptable.”
Well, then! Let us hasten to do your bidding!
“Police attacked as 200 migrants storm Spanish border to claim EU asylum,” by Vincent Wood, Express, January 15, 2018:
MORE than 200 African migrants stormed the Spanish border in a bid to claim asylum, regional officials have said.
The migrants are breached the gates leading into Melilla, a Spanish enclave on the border of Northern Morocco.
One police officer was injured in the incident after being “attacked by an immigrant with one of the hooks they use to clamber up the fence” – while four migrants received hospital treatment for minor injuries.
It is reportedly common for migrants looking to scale the two 20ft high fences bordering the city to use hooks as well as shoes studded with nails to gain purchase as they clamber over the border.
The 209 migrants who managed to make it across the barrier have since been taken to a migrant detention centre.
The Melilla fence guards one of the EU’s two land borders between the EU and Africa – with the other being the Spanish enclave of Cueta, which also borders Morocco.
It was doubled in height in 2005 after repeated attempts to gain entry to the Spanish autonomous city, which is the subject of a territorial dispute with Morocco.
Spain has frequently become an entry point for African migrants looking to reach Europe, with the EU border agency Frontex claiming almost 22,900 people attempted the journey in 2017.
The number is more than double that of the previous record high, which was set in 2016.
Last month Angela Merkel hit out at her fellow EU member states for a lack of solidarity when it comes to tackling the migrant crisis, highlighting deep divisions in the bloc.
The German Chancellor said it was “not acceptable” for EU members to shirk their responsibility to meet migrant quotas.
Speaking on the second day of December’s EU summit, Angela Merkel said: “We are not so in agreement as regards internal solidarity on the migration issue.
“In most areas, if not all areas, we show solidarity, as part of the EU.
“But there are some areas where solidarity is not shown and that is something I find not acceptable.”…