European Union Suspends Asylum at Belarusian Border Amid State-Sponsored Human Trafficking

Hundreds of migrants camp at the Belarus side of the border with Poland near Kuznica Bialostocka, Poland, in this photograph released by the Polish Defence Ministry, November 10, 2021. MON/Handout via REUTERS THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

The European Union voted to suspend asylum privileges for illegal immigrants entering the bloc at the borders of Poland, Lithuania, and Latvia on Wednesday, responding to a request from the member states. The three countries have been targeted in a subversion attempt by Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko, with former officials of the Belarusian government indicating Lukashenko is directly ferrying Iraqi and Afghan illegal migrants into EU member states in a political gambit.

The European Union’s Commission voted to allow the three countries independence from burdensome asylum regulations requiring member state to provide privileges and benefits for illegal immigrants. The protections have proved for useful for Lukashenko to impose considerable human, economic and political costs on Belarus’ neighbors.

The immigration reforms will allow the governments of EU member states to more easily deport illegal aliens. It’s not inaccurate to compare the reforms to President Donald Trump’s game-changing ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy, which required migrants seeking to abuse the US asylum system to wage their claims in a third country while awaiting adjudication.

One critic of Lukashenko has accused the quasi-Stalinist dictator of training and arming Afghans and Iraqis with military experience to breach the Polish border, in what would amount to a direct attack on Poland’s sovereignty.

The European Union has also succeeded in suspending the majority of commercial airline flights from the Middle East to Belarus’ capital.

With the public of Europe increasingly tired of costly and constant third world immigration damaging their communities and quality of life, the European Union has proven increasingly willing to act in the interests of its member states against migration. Such a development represents a significant policy reversal from the ‘open doors’ policy of 2015, in which German Chancellor Angela Merkel oversaw the importation of millions of mostly Middle Eastern asylum seekers into the continent.

The future of national, and perhaps continental sovereignty in the West, may lie in a European Union empowered to act in the interests of its citizens, reformed away from its globalist and progressive political affiliations the political union acquired in the 2010’s.

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