EU Chief On Terror: Turn Europe Into Surveillance State Rather Than Close Borders

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Jul. 26, 2016

Rather than close Europe's borders in response to recent terror attacks by migrants, the EU should be transformed into a surveillance state, so says European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker.

From Breitbart:
Jean-Claude Juncker has vowed that no matter how bad terrorism or the migrant crisis gets, the European Union (EU) will never give up on open borders. The European Commission president said terrorism could be countered with better intelligence-sharing between member states. On France 2's Four Truths programme this morning, Mr. Juncker said "a lot of initiatives" will be required to strengthen security in the EU. After a bloody month for Europe in which the continent has seen multiple Islamic terror attacks -- four in the last week in Germany alone -- the EU president insisted better communication between member states would solve the problem.

Mr. Juncker told presenter Gilles Bornstein that he "expected a better response from member states regarding the exchange of information between police and intelligence services".

The EU chief said he believes member states "are not yet used to the obvious need there is to better share information".
"Sharing intelligence" means turning the nations of Europe into surveillance states where civil liberties are a thing of the past.



According to Juncker, everyone must now be spied on by the European equivalent of the NSA and CIA in order to prevent Muslim migrants from committing terrorism.
Mr. Juncker insisted that however bad the "migrant crisis" and terrorism in Europe gets, the EU will never call into question the free movement of people within the bloc.

"This is one of the four fundamental freedoms of the founding Treaty of Rome. It is an inviolable principle," he said.
Here's a shocker, he wants Hillary Clinton to beat Donald Trump so she can do the same here in America:
Mr. Juncker said he considers it illegitimate for him to "interfere in the Democratic [party] Republican [party] debate", but the EU chief admitted he would prefer Hillary Clinton in the White House to Donald Trump.

The President of the European Commission is not just committed to open borders within Europe. Under his presidency, the European Commission lists migration as one of its priorities. As well as offering residency to the world's "refugees", the Commission seeks to make it much easier and more desirable for Africans and their families to move to EU countries.

Speaking after Islamic terror attacks left 130 dead in Paris last November, Mr. Juncker rejected calls to rethink the EU's open doors policy on migration from Africa and the Middle East. Dismissing suggestions that open borders led to the attacks, Mr. Juncker said he believed "exactly the opposite" -- that the attacks should be met with a stronger display of liberal values including open borders.
Indeed, rather than close her borders in response to mass rapes and endless terrorism, Europe should bring in all 1.6 billion Muslims and every last one of the billion plus Africans in Africa in order to "enrich her culture."

No doubt, all 2 billion or so will integrate just fine and become indistinguishable from Europeans. We just have to have faith in the words of our dear leaders Angela Merkel, Hillary Clinton and Jean-Claude Juncker.


They're integrating just fine.

The reality is even if you wanted to bring every Third World migrant into America and Europe, it would only succeed in bringing our own countries down, as this video from Numbers USA illustrates:



If you want to help people in these countries -- help them in their own countries. As we're seeing all over Europe, America and even Australia, trying to solve these peoples' problems by bringing them into our nations is not bringing them up, but is instead making our nations reflect theirs.



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