European Union will sue member countries that refuse to take in refugees and immigrants
Enforces its dictatorial will on rebellious member states of Austria, Denmark, Poland and Hungary
BRUSSELS, Feb. 9, 2017–Frans Timmermans, vice-president of the European Union, said he will take court action against countries that refuse to relocate refugees. The first “infringement procedures” will begin in March.
The EU had set a target date of September of this year to resettle 160,000 migrants in member countries, but so far only a little over 8,000 have been taken in, leaving a shortfall of more than 150.000.
Timmermans said he hoped “peer pressure” would compel the four countries to go along with the plan. Penalties would be imposed if they haven’t shown any cooperation by the end of March.
Once again, the EU intends to forcibly overrule the will of the people.