15 of 28 EU countries are bitterly opposed to Germany’s new policies

BIG CHANGES: It’s high stakes stuff and will change the EU forever

GERMANY is now pushing for ‘permanent and binding’ EU quotas for ‘sharing’ hundreds of thousands of refugees.

This will involve new European powers replacing some national authority over border control, and probably a special EU-wide levy to fund the new policies. But up to 15 of 28 EU countries are bitterly opposed. (Britain’s not involved.) Nobody in Europe would have an issue with Angela Merkel doing this within Germany’s own borders, either for moral reasons, or to plug a potential population deficit in its active workforce over the next 25 years.

Imposing this on other countries, however, surely can’t be justified as such decisions should only be taken by individual states themselves since it would otherwise be a significant violation of national sovereignty. If EU states continue to oppose this, it’ll be interesting to see whether Germany can push it through regardless. It’s hard to tell if this is another brick in the wall of the grand EU project or another brick out of it. Either way, it’s high stakes stuff and will change the EU forever. It’s soon going to be hard to tell what sort of EU Britain will be staying in or leaving.

Talk about a moving target… As for the UK, its doors have been open since Blair opened them some 18 years ago – precisely the reason most now want them closed again. Dr Merkel really will be more successful at tearing apart the EU than Cameron or anyone else. For a trained physicist, she didn’t twig that the physics of letting in hordes of people without papers, permission or planning was inevitably going to explode at the seams somewhere.

Forget the Eurovision Song Contest: ‘Country Shopping on Mrs Merkel’s Wheel of Fortune’- the next Euro blockbuster TV soap!

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    • Roy Peters

      05 November 2015 • 18:34

      Good Post Nora – In my view if Merkel starts dictating how the EU should handle this crisis then she is in for a lot of grief.
      It was her big mouth that started the whole debacle and she should be forced to live with the consequences, not be allowed to push them on to other nations.
      I am of the opinion that this mess with be the undoing of the EU Alliance.

    • Mike

      05 November 2015 • 21:55

      The more the Merkel clown keeps up her stupid dictatorship ways the better as far as I am concerned as the sooner those British people who think the UK should stay in the EU mess will hopefully come round to some sense and waken up to what the EU really is about then so vote to get out, the EU as it stands is everything opposite of the democracy that it sells itself on, it just needs more of the idiotic self promoting people in the EU like Merkel to show people the EU is a disorganised clueless sham that is only there for money… and it is ours it wants to line its pockets with.

    • Simon Lyons

      20 November 2015 • 21:43

      If you are an American, what business is the EU to you?


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