Brussels to fine countries €250,000 for EVERY REFUGEE refused entry
BRUSSELS is set to slap EU states with eye-watering fines of €250,000 for every refugee they refuse – twisting states’ arms into accepting controversial migrant quotas.
The financial penalty, which would see countries who wish to retain control of their own borders fined hundreds of millions of euros, is expected to be unveiled tomorrow.
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With countries including Hungary refusing to accept quotas of migrants issued by the European Union, the huge financial threat has been introduced to prevent states from choosing who to accept in their countries.
The deliberately high fine of €250,000 per asylum seeker will leave countries with no choice but to accept thousands of migrants – or face huge penalties.
Poland, for example, would be forced to pay €1.5billion if they kept their borders closed to the 6,200 migrants on their quota.
April 5, 2016 By
21st Century Wire says…
Some of the protagonists in this drama starting to look ridiculous.
21WIRE previously remarked immediately after the Brussels Attacks two weeks ago, about the similarities to how the scene was arranged at the Boston Bombing in 2013.
The main iconic media images were delivered by a NATO-linked photographer named Ketevan Kardava from the Republic of Georgia, who just happened to be right there to catch the action, but for some odd reason did not manage to photograph one dead body in all alleged carnage caused by the blast.
One of the other main media exhibits photographed by Kardava during the Brussels Attack ‘event’ at Zaventem Airport is a 6’10” Brazilian-born named Sebastien Bellin, 37, a star basketball player who we’re told had played for the Belgium national team, and claims he was thrown some 50 feet in the air (20 meters) by the bomb blast – and without a single mark on his face.
An even bigger problem is this: Sebastien can’t seem to get his story straight…