Political contradictions point to a fundamental dilemma – how to remain compassionate and not change Europe and new Africa at the same time.
We don´t want to let others die because of the terror of their rulers or bad weather. We realize, however, that our asylum rules are beginning to be unsustainable. There are several examples of such contradictions.
Kamberský highlighted views on Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. When he started to build a fence on the southern border of Hungary, many criticized him. But when the same thing was done by Turkish President Erdogan, it was considered as a success of European diplomacy.
Also the disputes between the Czech and Italian prime ministers are a good example. Both of them want to stop immigration from Africa. But their different views have become a quintessence of quota dispute.