Zwrócono mi słusznie uwagę, że w sprawie migrantów na granicy z Białorusią, pisząc na S24 wołam na puszczy, w dodatku w trudnym i egzotycznym języku.
Jak bowiem powszechnie wiadomo, świat współczesny nie istnieje w RL, czyli Real Life, a tylko na FB, TT, IG i YT.
Niestety w żadnym z tych mediów społecznościowych nie mam konta, ponieważ zabronił mi tego kardiolog z powodu nadciśnienia tętniczego, w trosce o to by mnie tzw. szlag nie trafił.
Jeśli ktoś jednak chciałby zadać te pytania na FB lub TT, służę przekładem na język światowy i zrzekam się praw autorskich.
WHAT IS TO BE DONE?
to Ylva Johansson,
EU Commissioner for Home Affairs
from a veteran of refugee camp administration
in the Horn of Africa
and dispassionate observer of the Australian
Operation Sovereign Borders (2013 – ongoing)
Cheaper to let them in, feed them and return them
But of course! However, returning failed asylum seekers requires consent of the state they came from, or of their nationality state, and the issue of travel documents. Where exactly, and how, should one return people who have deliberately destroyed all their ID documents, and change their story on their nationality, and their reasons for taking flight,
three times a day?
Also, how does one return Afghan nationals to Afghanistan in the absence of full diplomatic recognition of the Taliban? By night parachute drop,
directly to Kabul?
Border fences are divisive, expensive and unnecessary,
some cameras will suffice
But of course! As soon as we manage to invent cameras, which look so terrifying that their sight will make people turn back. Otherwise, what the camera-erecting states will get for their cost and bother, will be a gripping historical film record – months and months of viewing time, showing thousands upon thousands of people, freely crossing the UE external border and cheerfully waving to cameras. All smiling at the thought of free bed, free meals and free legal assistance to achieve their dreams, all at someone else's expense.
Let them in, feed them and transfer them to Germany,
like Hungary did in 2015
But of course! However, under the EU Dublin III Regulation (Reg. No. 604/2013) Germany can immediately return them to where they first crossed the EU external border, ie. to Poland.
Poland will then face The Lenin Moment (What Is To Be Done) with regard to a large number of people who want to be in Germany,
and do not want to be in Poland.
The European Union will likely expect Poland to warehouse these people in Polish territory, and prevent their movement to Germany, pending decision on what to do with them, and a separate decision who will pay for whatever solution is chosen (time scale for both decisions – from 2 years to infinity).
The only feasible way of preventing instant uncontrolled movement of returnees from Germany back to Germany through the unguarded Western border of Poland, would be to hold them in prisons, or concentrate them in closed and guarded modern equivalents of
– let's say it – concentration camps.
Will the European Commission sponsor and fund the construction of a showcase Euro-FKL (Euro-Flüchtlingkonzetrationslager) facility in Poland? The FKL will need to securely accomodate initial numbers in the order of several tens of thousands of men, women an children,
detained indefinitely under armed guard.
This will require construction of accommodation and catering facilities, medical faclities, educational facilities for children, as well as provision of culturally appropriate food and spiritual/pastoral care for Christian and Islamic detainees. Specialised care will be required for
non-binary gender detainees.
The FKL will need secure perimeter fences, security lighting and armed security watchtowers, as well as armed patrols within the fences, authorised to use force, in order to prevent detainee-on-detainee violence, and to stop detainees from burning the facility to the ground
in an attempt to force their resettlement in Germany
– as happened in September 2020 at the Moria refugee camp
in the Greek island of Lesbos.
We will also require the European Commission to meet the legal costs of of both the detainees and the Polish state in any litigation brought by the detainees before Polish and European courts.
Alternatively, Ms Johansson, we may simply show them where the German border is, and stop taking any interest in whatever happens next.
Schaffen Sie das?