Today we are witnessing the European version of fundamental transformation, a Marxist reformation being unleashed as part of a coordinated attack on the West. For many the sudden emergence of a “crisis” in Europe and the supposed “spontaneous” movement of masses of people, mostly Muslims from the Middle East and North Africa seemed contrived, as if it was being orchestrated from behind the scenes.

The supposed fleeing of Syria was a pretext upon which people from a wide cross section of nations were, without question or validation, encouraged to migrate to EU member nations. The consent of the people was not given, nor was it sought. They were simply imposed upon. Their foreign, EU controllers dictated to their treacherous leaders what was expected and the complicit globalist puppets obliged.The centralized control under the European Union was key to making the invasion possible. Without their mandates, the individual nations would never have opted for a unified front of self-destruction and the importation of non-assimilating Muslim populations. It is worth noting that the EU leadership has a very influential and wealthy partner working in tandem with them, the anti-American, anti-western, Marxist transnational parasite, George Soros.

The numbers reached their current critical levels and before a dead three-year-old provided the emotional stimulus for the manipulation of the masses, in April of this year, the European Union, in conjunction with their brethren globalists at the UN, issued two calls for action and an associated HYPERLINK " information/docs/communication_on_the_european_agenda_on_migration_en.pdf" framework document. That call included a commitment to provide for the safety of “immigrants,” and to facilitate their migration, including the establishment of individual national quotas and a system for streamlining and expediting the invasion process. The supposed justification is the same as that used to coerce the Americans into allowing their nation to be invaded by Latin Americans as well as the ongoing Muslim invasion under the guise of refugees being conducted by the Obama State Department. The basis for those foreigner importation programs everywhere is a contrived, often non-existent, humanitarian crisis.
The suspicions and recognition of the orchestrated nature has proven to have been correct. It is a scheme direct from the criminal minds of the EU, utilizing corrupt predatory leaders such as Germany’s Angela Merkel, Francois Hollande of France, and others to force upon the unsuspecting populations the dictates of the globalist bureaucrats.
Soros is the quintessential EU insider, and comrade in the destruction of America with Hussein Obama and the Marxist Democrats. He’s a globalist who does not respect nations or the rights of the people to their nations. Borders are to be violated, as his minions Obama and Johnson have demonstrated in the US and as Merkel and her comrades are now effecting in Europe.

This is what Soros wrote:

‘The European Union needs to accept responsibility for the lack of a common asylum policy, which has transformed this year’s growing influx of refugees from a manageable problem into yet another political crisis. Each member state has selfishly focused on its own interests, often acting against the interests of others. This precipitated panic among asylum seekers, the general public, and the authorities responsible for law and order. Asylum seekers have been the main victims.

The EU needs a comprehensive plan to respond to the crisis, one that reasserts effective governance over the flows of asylum-seekers so that they take place in a safe, orderly way, and at a pace that reflects Europe’s capacity to absorb them. To be comprehensive, the plan has to extend beyond the borders of Europe. It is less disruptive and much less expensive to maintain potential asylum-seekers in or close to their present location.

As the origin of the current crisis is Syria, the fate of the Syrian population has to be the first priority. But other asylum seekers and migrants must not be forgotten. Similarly, a European plan must be accompanied by a global response, under the authority of the United Nations and involving its member states. This would distribute the burden of the Syrian crisis over a larger number of states, while also establishing global standards for dealing with the problems of forced migration more generally.

Here are the six components of a comprehensive plan.
First, the EU has to accept at least a million asylum-seekers annually for the foreseeable future. And, to do that, it must share the burden fairly – a principle that a qualified majority finally established at last Wednesday’s summit.

Adequate financing is critical. The

The EU The EU should provide 15000 (16,800$) per asylum - seeker for each of the first two years to help cover housing, health care, and education costs and to make accepting refugees more appealing to member states. It can raise these funds by issuing long term bonds using its largely untapped AAA borrowing capacity, which will have the added benefit of providing a justified fiscal stimulus to the European economy.
It is equally important to allow both states and asylum-seekers to express their preferences, using the least possible coercion. Placing refugees where they want to go – and where they are wanted – is a sine qua non of success.

Second, the EU must lead the global effort to provide adequate funding to Lebanon, Jordan, and Turkey to support the four million refugees currently living in those countries.
Thus far only a fraction of the funding needed dor even basic care has been raised. If education, training and other needs are included, the annual costs are at least 5000 per refugee or 20 billion EU aid today today to Turkey, thought doubled last week, still amounts to just 1 billion.
In addition, the EU also should help cretate special economic zones with trade status in the region, including in Tunisia and Marocco to attract investment and generate jobs for both locals and refugees.
The EU would need to make an annual  commitment to frontline countries of at least 8-10 billion with the balance coming from the USA and the rest of the world. This could be added to the amount of -term bonds issued to support asylum-seekers in Europe.

Third, the EU must immediately start building a single EU Asylum and Migration Agency and eventually a single EU Border Guard. The current patchwork of 28 separate asylum systems does not work: it is expensive, inefficient, and produces wildly inconsistent results in determining who qualifies for asylum. The new agency would gradually streamline procedures; establish common rules for employment and entrepreneurship, as well as consistent benefits; and develop an effective, rights-respecting return policy for migrants who do not qualify for asylum.
Fourth, safe channels must be established for asylum-seekers, starting with getting them from Greece and Italy to their destination countries. This is very urgent in order to calm the panic. The next logical step is to extend safe avenues to the frontline region, thereby reducing the number of migrants who make the dangerous Mediterranean crossing. If asylum-seekers have a reasonable chance of ultimately reaching Europe, they are far more likely to stay where they are. This will require negotiating with frontline countries, in cooperation with the UN Refugee Agency, to establish processing centers there – with Turkey as the priority.
The operational and financial arrangements developed by the EU should be used to establish global standards for the treatment of asylum-seekers and migrants. This is the fifth piece of the comprehensive plan.
Finally, to absorb and more than a million asylum seekers and migrants a year, the EU needs to mobilize the private sector – NGOs, church groups, and businesses – to act as sponsors. This will require not only sufficient funding, but also the human and IT capacity to match migrants and sponsors.
The exodus from war-torn Syria should never have become a crisis. It was long in the making, easy to foresee, and eminently manageable by Europe and the international community. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has now also produced a six-point plan to address the crisis. But his plan, which subordinates the human rights of asylum-seekers and migrants to the security of borders, threatens to divide and destroy the EU by renouncing the values on which it was built and violating the laws that are supposed to govern it.
The EU must respond with a genuinely European asylum policy that will put an end to the panic and the unnecessary human suffering.’


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