François Crépeau, the United Nation’s special rapporteur on human rights of migrants, has said the final “solution for Europe” is for it give up on immigration and to have open borders.
“I don’t see any other solution for Europe,” he said. “They need to open the borders.”
“European states need to create an operation where saving lives is the first objective.”
Joel Millman, a press officer for the International Organization for Migration echoed Crépeau’s call for open borders.
“We appreciate border security is a shared responsibility. We don’t think everybody should be allowed in, not terrorists or pedophiles. But you can’t ignore certain truths here. Europe is close to massive conflict zones” he said.
“We need to open up the channels of legal resettlement”
“The EU can’t escape it. This is their future. They should actually embrace it,” Millman said.
Traitors and sellouts are really pushing for open borders in Europe, even Pope Francis has demand Europe open its borders.
The majority of Europe is already against massive immigration, but all the buffoon politicians in power refuse to accept our opinion.
All these open borders policies will irreparably change our European culture based on Christian moral values, freedoms and technological progression. People from other continents don’t share our mentality and most of the time they want us to change and become like them and forget about our culture and our way of life but even if hypothetically our culture would be worse then theirs, still no one has the right to destroy our culture in this way, for according to UN’s definition of genocide, this is exactly what’s happening in Europe.
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