We leave the dirty job to the Turks

It is far from being a secret that the EU doesn’t possess the political, legal, material and cultural means to counter the refugee crisis. But our European leaders didn’t give up, they have now found an ideal solution—they bought their way out. A global crisis that that was instigated by a chain of Zio-con immoral interventionist wars is just about to be ‘resolved.’

The EU will pay €3 billion to the Turks to handle the refugee situation. In return, Turkish citizens (may) be able to travel without visas in Europe’s Schengen zone.

As we know, many of those who flee Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan make their way to Europe through Turkey. The EU message to Turkey is simple—you can do whatever you like with these refugees, just make sure that you don’t send them to us.

In the last five decades European cities have seen a tidal wave of Turkish immigrants, many of them coming over to take care of tasks and labour markets Europeans were happy to give away. It is only natural that the EU will attempt to use Turkey as its task force in the battle against the refugees. After all, no one in Europe knows how to handle this crisis. We may as well leave this dirty job to the Turks.

Gilad Atzmon is an Israeli jazz musician, author and political activist. His new book, “The Wandering Who,” may be ordered from amazon.com or amazon.co.uk.

Comments are closed.