June 14, 2018
Sebastian Kurz and Horst Seehofer
Three interior ministers in Austria, Germany and Italy have had enough.
Even Merkel’s minister, Horst Seehofer, has decided to do something about that fat bitch dyke’s plans to exterminate the European peoples.
This guy is part of Merkel’s party – sort of – he’s actually from the southern Bavarian party that’s more based, but still, he’s not exactly an opposition AfD candidate.
In a landmark agreement, the interior ministers of Austria, Germany and Italy have banded together against illegal migration, but the move is more likely to split the German Cabinet than it is to make the EU change its mind.
“In our view, we need an ‘axis of the willing’ in the fight against illegal migration,” Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz said after meeting with Horst Seehofer, Germany’s interior minister in Berlin. “I am happy about the cooperation that we want to develop between Rome, Vienna and Berlin.”
This is the first time central European powers have joined forces against illegal migrants, more than 1.8 million of whom have entered the continent in the past four years. In his statement Kurz called the peak of the influx in 2015 a “catastrophe” that “must be prevented” in the future. A previous such alliance in Eastern Europe, the Visegrád Four, led by Hungary and Poland, who erected guarded borders and refused to accept EU refugee quotas, was repeatedly censured by Brussels.
So now we have the Visegrad Four.
…and a possible Axis of Resistance?
That’s pretty cool tbh.
The only problem is that unlike Italy and Austria that have elected populist-right candidates to office and have a political mandate, in Germany you basically have a rogue minister about to face the wrath of the awakened bull dyke.
I’m not sure what reaching out to Italy and Vienna will do for poor Horst.
Like, won’t he just end up getting the boot?
Merkel is deadset on effecting the Kalergi plan for Europe, and a rogue minister isn’t going to stop her.
Merkel’s recalcitrance has put her on a clear collision course with Seehofer, whose CSU, theoretically a sister party of Merkel’s CDU in the large state of Bavaria, has grown increasingly rebellious.
Seehofer was due to present a 63-point “Migration Masterplan” on Tuesday, which would create an “asylum turnaround” in the country that has accepted more refugees than any other EU state. If the plan is enacted, migrants who had already registered in other EU countries would be sent away from Germany’s borders and returned to the initial country. While it fits in with the idea that asylum seekers should not “shop” for the country that gives it the best welcome and benefits, Merkel has feared that copycat laws would follow across Europe, as one country after another would close its borders to avoid becoming the receptacle for all of the continent’s undocumented migrants.
With the rift exposed, Seehofer demonstratively and symbolically pulled out of a scheduled conference on integration on Wednesday, instead choosing the counter-program to meet with Kurz. Despite the gulf between him and Merkel, Seehofer insisted Wednesday that he aimed to strike a compromise with Chancellor Merkel this week.
So what does it mean????
Is there finally a light at the end of the tunnel for Europe??
Did I live long enough to see it?