Man spørger jo sig selv, hvorfor ingen i retsvæsnet spytter klart ud i erindringer eller lignende. Hvad er det for fejge typer, der sætter deres egen bekvemmelighed over deres børns fremtid? Vi har altid haft meget politiserende venstreorienterede jurister, men der må da også være nogle borgerlige med lidt samfundssind. Spyt ud, jurister, det er jer der ser katastrofen defilere forbi skranken! Roger Salle Sahlström
Migrant crisis WILL get worse
At det ikke er fuldt kaos lige nu, skyldes hverken EU eller vores lurepassende Venstre-regering. Det skyldes lukningen af Balkan-ruten på trods af EU. Fælles Europol/Interpol-rapport
THE migrant crisis will get worse with more than 800,000 queuing up to get into the European Union (EU) from Libya alone, warn police chiefs.
Criminal human trafficking gangs are raking in around £4 billion a year charging migrants thousands of pounds a time to be smuggled into Europe by boat, trains, road and air.Now a joint report by Europol (European police force) and Interpol (international police force) called Migrant Smuggling Networks has revealed that the situation will worsen.
Police chiefs say people smugglers are finding new ways to get around the borders put up by desperate countries such as Slovakia and Austria which have struggled to cope with the influx.The report said that while the majority of migrants are travelling on false documents and are ferried about by land and boat, others are transported on planes using fake passports.
Rob Wainwright, Europol director, said: “Europe is confronted with an unprecedented migration crisis in terms of the number of migrants arriving in Europe as well as the level of involvement of complex and ruthless migrant smuggling networks.”Intelligence held at Europol indicates that more than 90 per cent of all migrants reaching the EU use the facilitation services of a migrant smuggling network at some point throughout their journey. Migrant crisis WILL get worse warns Europe’s police chief as 800,000 line up to flee Libya, Europe’s Migrant Crisis: Smugglers Made Over $5 Billion in 2015, Europol Says