“The events in Ceuta are another example of how we can not protect the borders of Europe even from the wacky crowd of civilians. Although we have Frontex to protect the borders, the agency works more like a travel agency on the Libya-Italy route,“ says security expert Lumír Němec.
Němec reminded us of the recent uprisings during elections in Catalonia. In comparison to that he wondered why the police were not afraid to use tear gas or batons. “It is strange that the same police are unable to stop maddened crowd of migrants with bags of quicklime and excrement,“ he said.
He called for the border to be defended and with the appropriate intensity necessary for the situation and also named Hungary or Israel as a good example of how borders can be successfully protected.
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Two Algerian migrants claiming to be COVID-19 positive detained by Czech police
The migrants are 35 to 40 years old
The Czech Republic to vote against UN migration pact
At Wednesday’s General Assembly, the Czech Republic will vote against the UN Global Compact for Migration.
A non-binding pact is a manipulation
The UN Migration Pact can simply become another threat to a free and wealthy world, it doesn’t matter whether the Pact is binding or not, said the Vice-President of CEVRO Institute and former Czech Ambassador to Israel Tomáš Pojar. Progressivists are trying to reach a global system of redistribution of people — little by little, step by step.
The Migration Pact helps illegal migrants
The recently approved Migration Pact is written in naive language and comes from a time when it was repeated that the wave of migrants heading to Europe were people fleeing war and oppression. It looks as if it was written by a union organization of migrants.
Does all migration count?
The migration crisis created an image of Central Europe as a hermetically sealed space with a homogenous population. In fact, it is a lie to say that the V4 is against foreigners and their migration.
Fear of migrants cannot be underestimated
Nine out of ten Czechs are afraid of migrants, a follow-up survey by the STEM agency showed. Although it isn’t a sign of mass hysteria, it should give us pause for thought.
Czech police ready to face any migration wave
Police exercises examined the possibility of reintroducing controls on the border with Austria.
Babiš: If you come here illegally, you are an illegal immigrant, period
Prime Minister Andrej Babiš commented on European diplomacy among other topics in his regular weekend roundup post on Facebook.
Italy’s PM threatens to veto EU budget
“Above all, there is no dogma about approving the Multiannual Financial Framework of the next seven years,“ Luigi Di Maio wrote on Facebook. He pointed out that Brussels will insist on the approval of the budget in a hurry before the next European election and that is something that Italy will not allow.
Hunt for migrants and protests in Germany
Radicals attacked immigrants near the Czech border. Hundreds of people protest against migrants.
Malta sends ship with migrants to Italy
The Maltese authorities claim that the ship previously carrying the migrants was not in need and lives of the migrants were not at risk.
Berlin and Athens to conclude an agreement on the return of migrants
The pending agreement with Athens concerns persons detained at the Austria-Germany border who have previously applied for asylum in Greece and would reportedly allow those migrants to be returned within 48 hours.