The European Union announced Thursday that they were done playing nice with Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic, three countries that have thus far resisted pressure to take in swarms of Middle Eastern and North African migrants. The unelected European Commission, which calls the shots for the failing conglomeration of EU countries, said they intended to sue the rogue nations for their refusal to sacrifice their culture and security to the siren song of political correctness.
Having seen what unrestrained immigration has done to France, Germany, and other misguided European countries, leaders in Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic have decided that their allegiance is to their own citizenry – NOT to the globalists eager to hand their sovereignty over to the likes of ISIS. And now their nationalism has landed them in hot water with the European Commission, which is accusing them of “non-compliance with their legal obligations on relocation.” Because, of course, the nations that have already seen their doors knocked in by hordes of Muslims want to make sure these three countries share in the misery.
Unfortunately, the EU may be able to force said compliance if this case goes to court. When the Syrian migrant crisis was at its peak in 2015, the European Commission passed a rule requiring all member nations to accept their “fair share” of the refugees. They developed a quota system throughout the Union, demanding that all countries accept those immigrants who had illegally crossed into Europe in the midst of the crisis. Today, the Commission contends that Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic “remain in breach of their legal obligations” and “have given no indication that they will contribute to the implementation of the relocation decision.”
Yeah, because they are more concerned about the stability and security of their countries than they are about impressing the wealthy globalists who sit on the Commission.
If the European Union continues down this path, pressuring conservative countries to give up their right to self-governance in exchange for membership in the confederation, they may find that Brexit was only the first step in the decay of their international system. Like Britain and the United States, European citizens – particularly those in Central and Eastern Europe – are beginning to realize that they sold their dreams down the river for what President Donald Trump called the “false song of globalism.” Membership in the EU has not brought the economic benefits they were promised, and the cultural and security trades required to keep that membership may be too high for some countries to keep paying.
There is no reason for the EU to disintegrate into another failed experiment of history, but that’s exactly what will happen if its undemocratic leaders continue to ignore the dangers of unrestrained Muslim immigration. God only knows, though, how much worse it will get before we arrive at the tipping point.