Pubblicato in: Devoluzione socialismo, Unione Europea

Migranti. Merkel inverte la rotta. – Handelsblatt.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2018-12-17.

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Per lunghi anni la dirigenza dell’Unione Europea e Frau Merkel erano andati predicando che l’accoglienza dei migranti era una regola e norma chiaramente evincibile dai Trattai dell’Unione: anzi, costituivano la base delle regole europee che  stati membri sarebbero stati tenuti a seguire ed attuare.

Quanti non avessero pensato ed agito in accordo a questi dettami era automaticamente bollato come eretico: etichettato come ‘euroscettico’ diventava non solo il paria dell’Unione, ma veniva speditamente conferito alla Corte di Giustizia per la doverosa condanna.

I media erano la cassa di risonanza di queste ideologie, tutti tesi a vilipendere quanti non avessero realizzato come l’euro fosse stata la genialata del secolo, quanti avessero messo in dubbio che gli Stati Uniti di Europa fossero iscritti nei Trattati firmati, e così via.

Mr Orban ed il Governo ungherese è sotto processo presso la Corte Europea per aver messo all’uscio le ngo, tanto per fare un esempio.

I termini ‘populisti‘, ‘sovranisti‘, ‘nazionalisti‘ divennero marchi a fuoco, che andavano ad aggiungersi alla lunga serie di epiteti di rito: ‘fascisti‘, ‘razzisti‘, ‘xenofobi‘, ‘omofobi‘ e via quant’altro.

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Adesso arriva il kontrordine kompagni.

«Germany is ready to drop its insistence that EU countries accept migrant quotas»

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«The compromise proposal seen by Handelsblatt is an attempt to break a deadlock blocking an urgently-needed reform of European migrant policy»

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«The German government has signaled it’s ready to make concessions in an attempt to break the EU impasse on migrant policy»

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«In a joint paper drafted with France, Berlin dropped its insistence that member states must agree to take in quotas of migrants reaching Europe via the usual entry points of Greece, Italy and Spain»

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«Instead, countries opposed to taking in migrants should “in justified cases” be granted an exception from quotas and be able to show their solidarity in alternative ways, for example by providing financial assistance or by dispatching border guards»

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«German government officials indicated in recent months that they were willing to compromise but had not backed down on migrant quotas. With the paper, Berlin has now taken that step »

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«Germany and France want to resolve the dispute in order to kickstart urgently-needed reform of Europe’s current asylum system»

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«Those southern countries have been insisting that all member states should take in quotas of refugees but eastern EU members Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia have categorically refused to»

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«The failure to reform the system has also placed a burden on Germany, …. Germany is also the preferred destination of so-called “secondary migration” – the further movement of refugees already in the EU »

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«The populist Italian government continues to demand that all migrants arriving in Italy, including economic migrants, be passed on to other EU countries. Those countries refuse the idea»

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«Italy’s hard-line stance has also obstructed discussions among some EU countries about forming a “coalition of the willing” in which Germany, France and the Netherlands could voluntarily take in refugees.»

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Ricapitoliamo.

Tutte le questioni sui migranti non erano un qualcosa iscritto nei sacri Trattati: erano solo la manifestazione del volere politico della Germania, ossia della capricciosa Frau Merkel. Ma i desideri di Frau Merkel non sono certo canoni etici e morali, né, tanto meno, legge accettata ed accettabile.

Reduce da una impressionante serie di débâcle elettorali che la hanno portata a dover rinunciare alla presidenza della Cdu, una Frau Merkel ridotta al lumicino elettorale è adesso rimasta orfana del sodale Mr Macron, che ha verificato in corpore vili che i Cittadini Elettori non possono essere calpestati oltre un cerro limite.

La forza dei Gilets Jaunes non è tanto in quello che hanno ottenuto dal Governo del Presidente Macron: è la forza di esserci. Mr Macron ora ha la certezza che, anche se non scendessero più in piazza, i Gilets Jaunes ci sono, sono pronti a ritornare a mettere a soqquadro la Francia, e che alla fine andranno a votare, da bravi Elettori.

Tanto poi a maggio si andrà a votare e questa Commissione Europea muterà sostanzialmente direttive e volti.

Macron. Rem crolla al 18% e la Le Pen vola al 24%: primo partito in Francia.


Handelsblatt. 2018-12-15. Berlin signals concessions in EU refugee dispute

Germany is ready to drop its insistence that EU countries accept migrant quotas. The compromise proposal seen by Handelsblatt is an attempt to break a deadlock blocking an urgently-needed reform of European migrant policy.

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The German government has signaled it’s ready to make concessions in an attempt to break the EU impasse on migrant policy. In a joint paper drafted with France, Berlin dropped its insistence that member states must agree to take in quotas of migrants reaching Europe via the usual entry points of Greece, Italy and Spain. 

Instead, countries opposed to taking in migrants should “in justified cases” be granted an exception from quotas and be able to show their solidarity in alternative ways, for example by providing financial assistance or by dispatching border guards. Handelsblatt has seen the paper, which German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer circulated to his EU colleagues at a lunch last Thursday.

German government officials indicated in recent months that they were willing to compromise but had not backed down on migrant quotas. With the paper, Berlin has now taken that step.

Germany and France want to resolve the dispute in order to kickstart urgently-needed reform of Europe’s current asylum system. The 2015 refugee crisis laid bare the shortcomings of the bloc’s so-called Dublin Regulation under which asylum claims must be handled in the country where migrants first arrive, a rule that forced Mediterranean countries to bear the brunt of the burden.

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Those southern countries have been insisting that all member states should take in quotas of refugees but eastern EU members Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia have categorically refused to.

The failure to reform the system has also placed a burden on Germany, which has accepted some 1.6 million migrants since 2014. Germany is also the preferred destination of so-called “secondary migration” – the further movement of refugees already in the EU.

There’s little sign that the concession will be enough to cut the Gordian knot of Europe’s migration dispute. The populist Italian government continues to demand that all migrants arriving in Italy, including economic migrants, be passed on to other EU countries. Those countries refuse the idea.

Italy’s hard-line stance has also obstructed discussions among some EU countries about forming a “coalition of the willing” in which Germany, France and the Netherlands could voluntarily take in refugees.

Some yes, some no 

The European rift became evident once again this week when Austria, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Latvia refused to sign up to the UN migration pact at a conference in the Moroccan city of Marrakesh.

Aimed at better handling migration, the pact triggered disputes across Europe. The agreement is controversial even in Germany, with right-wing politicians arguing that it could lead to increased migration. Italy, Bulgaria, Estonia and Slovenia have not yet decided whether to join the pact. The remaining EU countries were among the 164 nations that did sign up to it.

Chancellor Angela Merkel, who demonstratively joined the conference in Marrakesh to lend her support to the agreement, said migration was a natural process “and good if it is legal.”

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