Blackmail! French President Emmanuel Macron has criticised countries that do no not want more ‘Europe’ and wants to punish countries

French President Emmanuel Macron has criticised countries that do no not want more ‘Europe’ and who criticise the EU on migration, Voice of Europe reports.  

“Countries that do not want more Europe, they will no longer touch the structural funds and therefore it is necessary that next spring we have this discussion on truth,” Macron said.

Without naming them, the French President referred implicitly to the Visegrad countries in central Europe that do not accept migrants.

“[I] love Europe when it gives me money, when it makes my people prosperous, when it allows my workers to make better a living in neighbouring countries,’ but at home, will not take a single migrant, not a single refugee,” Macron said.

“Countries that do not want more Frontex or solidarity [for Third World migrants]will leave Schengen. Countries that don’t want more Europe will no longer [get access to]structural funds,” he told journalists at a press conference in Austria.

Macron is playing with fire as several EU countries don’t want to take migrants and it’s not just central Europe. Bulgaria, Italy and even Croatia don’t agree with the EU’s migration policy as well.

Blackmailing countries into taking migrants is a very narrow road that could even lead to the abolishment of the EU. The “East-West divide” is a predecessor of what could be coming.

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Anti-Macron conservative calls for Europe ports ‘BLOCKADE’ to stop migrant flow

European Union should close its doors to migrants and refugees, Conservative senator Bruno Retailleau said as the vocal critic of French President Emmanuel Macron also claimed Brussels could not house all the misery in the world, Express reported.

Mr Retailleau, a senior member of France’s right-wing Les Républicains party, told Europe 1 radio: “We must act with more firmness. Because Europe cannot absorb all the misery in the world.”

He then called for a “blockade of the Mediterranean” to stem migrant flows to frontline EU states.

Mr Retailleau added that Europe needs a “three-tiered” system to protect itself against illegal immigration as he urged EU leaders to step up efforts to prevent migrants and refugees from crossing the Mediterranean,

He also called for Brussels to reinforce security at the EU’s external and internal borders.

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