|Passive aggressive anti-migrant art|
You can have too much of a good thing, after which you start hating it, but the fake refugees who have flooded into Europe in recent years don't even qualify as that. Essentially nobody likes them and nobody ever has, but everyone is too afraid to admit it, otherwise you would see more leftists and liberals inviting them into their own houses.
So, what is the solution, then? Obviously passive aggressive tactics, like being slyly obstructive, dragging one's feet, and NIMBYism. And in Europe now this is happening on an industrial scale, drawing complaints from European Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos who was speaking after an EU interior ministers' meeting on Monday (27th March).
"There are no longer any excuses," Avramopoulos said referring to such tactics being used to slow the flow of fake refugee to other EU member states. "The member States must implement the relocation policy and with Spring there is no time to lose."
Avramopoulos was visiting the squalid camp of Idomeni on the Greek-Macedonia border, where over 14,000 refugees are housed but free to roam around and attempt border crossings. Recently an attempt by over a 1,000 Muslims to sneak into Macedonia was turned back by the country's army.
Greece and Italy are the two states where most of the mainly young and male "illegal refugees" wash up. They are typically smuggled in by criminal gangs from Libya and Turkey and lured there by the promise of high wages, generous welfare, and sexually accessible blonde European women.
The EU's present plan is to allocate 160,000 more of these fake refugees from Greece and Italy to other European countries, but it seems that most EU nations have already had their fill.
Even leftist and "cuckservative" politicians are not keen to cooperate, especially as both France and Germany have important elections this year, where populist, anti-migrant parties are attempting to make breakthroughs.
So far only a few hundred from the target number have been shared out because of quibbles, delays, and feet dragging by those countries that signed up for the plan. This is considered way too low by Avramopoulos.
"Our target is to be in a position to relocate 6,000 people (per month)," he said.
Hopefully the election of populist anti-immigrant politicians will make it possible to start sending these invaders and destroyers of Europe the other way.