Who Are These ‘Citizens’..?

The European Commission on the plight of ‘migrants’:

Britain is not obliged to participate in any quota system as it has an exemption from matters concerning immigration and asylum, but the Commission delivered a withering put-down of the Home Secretary’s position.

Oooh, I bet that stung!

Its vice-president, Frans Timmermans, said: “I have the highest regard for British intelligence but I am not sure Theresa May had already read all the plans we have made, so I’ll wait for the British government to have time to appraise our plans. I wonder how anyone could maintain that this could make the situation worse. First of all, what will make the situation worse is doing nothing, maintaining the present system. If we then do nothing, we make the situation worse for people in trouble and lose credibility in the eyes of our citizens who have demanded we do something.”

And by ‘do something’, I suspect Frans means ‘Resettle them in the EU’, of course. Because that’ll be what the voices of the ‘citizens’ (as told by open border advocates) say, as far as the Commission is concerned.

The real citizens on the streets – the man on the omnibus/metro/tram etc – say something quite different to the activist mouthpieces.

As Labour found out in the recent election.

6 comments for “Who Are These ‘Citizens’..?

  1. May 16, 2015 at 10:05 am

    The only thing that needs to be done is turn them back. No entry into EU. If they die its self inflicted, not our fault.

  2. john in cheshire
    May 16, 2015 at 12:25 pm

    Well, thanks unelected EU apparatchik for educating us ignorant Englishmen and women. Who’d have thought that we could actually decide for ourselves what is in our best interests. Now we know; we can’t, we need the EU to guide our every move, including and particularly our own destruction. I just hope that for once in their miserable lives, our government makes a decision that puts our self interest above that of just about everyone else. Yes, turn the boats back and land the contents on African soil, blockade the ports where they depart from, sink the boats at anchor, in fact do everything to ensure that the third world gets the message that our doors are well and truly shut and won’t ever be open again for the unwanted and unneeded. If these people are so brave and industrious, let them remain where they were born and build a society that resembles ours, then they won’t feel a need to emigrate.

  3. Sue Jameson
    May 16, 2015 at 1:05 pm

    We gave them the wrong answer, try again. Do you think they’ll do that if we win an “out” in the referendum?

  4. Hereward unbowed.
    May 16, 2015 at 2:44 pm

    Frans Timmermans, is Dutch, I find it very surprising that a Dutchman can be so sneeringly patronizing towards a British minister and directly to the ‘citizens’ of this island nation, it is not very well er… Dutch.

    Although, is it not also telling, illuminating the vaulting hauteur of these jumped up self anointed foreign bureaucrats, and it must be remarked – not one British voter ever placed a cross next to the name of these Brussels erm – der Kommissars.

    Furthermore – no one ever asked us ‘we the people’ about freedom of movement – well about any of the federal juggernaut that the EU has become – come to think of it, and more particularly the re-settlement of myriad boat people who are unwanted and unneeded. Of course, they will, the majority of them [human flotsam] head for these shores and be allowed in – Britons must be in no doubt of that sobering fact – because, we are powerless to prevent it.

    We know it, the upshot, Frans knows it too, as all good Westminster floozies do – they bend over and take it up the rear and our wonderful Home office sec’ Madame Ludicrous [Theresa] can play the charade “no boat people” but really who is she kidding – certainly not me.

    A forced major transitional demographic upheaval begets Europe as the world’s dustbin.

    A final thought, for the Brussels claque, the internationalists – EU European elites and their corporate allies, the boat people flooding in and Europe supposedly helpless to prevent it, what could be better? UN agenda 21 stamped, sealed and delivered by people smugglers and the end of the nation state is being wrought, indeed accelerated.

    And yet, the likelihood is, come the 2017 referendum the majority will vote for more Europe and that is a frightening prospect.

  5. May 17, 2015 at 5:43 am

    Meanwhile, in another country:

    “…Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar, Malaysia’s Deputy Home Minister, said: “We need to send a very strong message to Myanmar [Burma] that they need to treat their people with humanity. We cannot welcome them here. If we continue to welcome them, then hundreds of thousands will come from Myanmar and Bangladesh.””

    Would our ministers were so plain-speaking…

  6. Furor Teutonicus
    May 17, 2015 at 7:22 am

    The answer to stopping this scum is simple. Sew the Med with sea mines.
    Some may still get through, but it would be much more fun to watch them trtying.

    Bookmakers would make a fortune on betting which ones get through.

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