The powerful European Commission President, Jean-Claude Juncker, has vowed that “no matter how bad terrorism or the migrant crisis gets, the European Union will never give up on open borders”. In fact, migration is one of his “top policies”. The severity and absurdity of his words are a provocation to the victims of jihadist terror and crime that have ravaged Europe.
In Juncker’s view, wide open borders is “one of the four fundamental freedoms of the founding Treaty of Rome. It is an inviolable principle.” The Treaty of Rome was intended to be about economic solutions, unity, solidarity, peace, fairness, etc. — in other words, good intentions for the whole. To hold the view of indiscriminate open borders no matter what happens is a reckless abandonment of responsible leadership.
Juncker is known as an odd character anyway with his “happy slaps, rambling speeches and jaw-dropping insults”.. David Cameron once had to “fend off” Juncker’s attempts to hit him in the face. His absurd comment about the migrant crisis should come as no surprise, given his expect-anything type of persona; but appallingly, Juncker’s view is shared by many Western leaders today, as the strange leftist-jihadist alliance continues to work to the detriment of democratic values and free societies.
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