Since 2015, Europe has been facing a migrant crisis (largely self-inflicted thanks to Angela Merkel of Germany) that has led to clashes between EU member states, and probably pushed the Brexit referendum over the finish line.
A recent article from France 24 goes into some detail about the ongoing migrant wave, describing the migrants, transportation routes, the money involved and the criminal networks that profit from human smuggling:
– Who are the smugglers? –
At the beginning of the most dangerous leg of the trip across the Sahara, the migrants are transported by Tuareg or Tebu nomads, for whom it is a traditional commercial activity, Leggeri said.
The Mediterranean crossing however is run by criminal networks, both big and small, as well as lone smugglers.
At the bottom of the ladder there are petty crooks, sometimes migrants themselves, who become the skippers of the small overloaded boats to pay for their own crossing, according to Leggeri.
Then there are the middlemen who collect the money and organise the trip but who do not board. Their bosses are the network chiefs who “likely include people who previously worked in the police force” in Libya, Leggeri said.
90% of the so-called “aid organizations” on the Mediterranean are German firms. With their large seaworthy ships, they close the logistical gap in the Mediterranean between the Arab smugglers in Libya and the Arab smugglers in Italy. So it is not Libyans and other Arabs who are organizing the mass transport of invaders to West Europe — it is Germans.
Logistically, preventing most illegal aliens from entering Europe is not a major challenge. The continent is arguably the richest and most technologically advanced region in the world. The problem lies with the bureaucrats in Brussels and Western European leaders who seem intent on forcing third-world, Islamic migration on largely Christian Europe.
Given Africa’s demographics, the “migrant crisis” will be a permanent feature of European affairs as long as the invasion is aided and abetted by EU governments hell-bent on “sharing the burden” of migrant populations across member states, instead of stopping the flow at the source.
Poland’s government has admirably taken a firm stand against forced distribution schemes, and along with the other members of the Visegrad Four: Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia, has been a voice of reason in an increasingly dangerous and volatile situation that is adding to the erosion of Western civilization on the continent of its birth.