by Jeff Davis
I wonder how many U.S. politicians would change their minds about illegal aliens if all the illegal aliens wound up in the backyards of politicians like John McCain and Nancy Pelosi. Well, the capital of the anti-White coalition, known as the E.U., is in Brussels, and many of the Third World invaders headed for places like Britain appear to be stalling out and creating a new migrant jungle there.
A Daily Mail article reports “Hundreds of migrants are sleeping near a Brussels train station, sparking fears in the EU capital of a new ‘Jungle’, similar to the dismantled camp in Calais. Each night, the young migrants – mostly Sudanese and Eritreans – take over Parc Maximilien, a sliver of green space adjacent to the gritty Gare du Nord station where trains depart for Belgium’s North Sea coast.”
“As in the French port of Calais, the dream of most here is getting to Britain. The young men, gathered just two miles from European Union headquarters, have survived a long and dangerous journey – through North Africa, across the Mediterranean and the gauntlet of police checks set up to catch them throughout southern Europe.”
“Each night, the young migrants – mostly Sudanese and Eritreans – take over Parc Maximilien, a sliver of green space adjacent to the gritty Gare du Nord station where trains depart for Belgium’s North Sea coast But for Adam, 25, making a life in Brussels instead of London would do just fine after abandoning his native Sudan, crossing Chad and waiting for six ‘very tough’ months in Libya.”
“‘This is too hard. I want protection from the government (in Belgium),’ the young man said on a warm August night, just blocks from where prostitutes ply their trade and drug users seek a quick fix. ‘The dream is achievable here,’ he added. But for now, only the efforts of activists and charities cushion the indignities of being an illegal migrant.”
“Belgian authorities want no part in even a temporary solution for people they say are only interested in reaching Britain.”
Of course, the fact that these creatures are now pasturing right in the backyard of the Brussels EU bureaucracy may have something to do with this rare tough stance on migrants in western Europe. As usual there’s no mention of deportations, just efforts to slide the invaders through to other European countries.