Governments across Europe are facing calls to urgently put into place measures to protect illegal refugees and migrants – in particular lone children (or adults pretending to be children) – as the China Virus epidemic sees volunteer numbers plunge and many vital support services close.
The Guardian On Tuesday, Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) working with so-called “refugees and unaccompanied children” in France and Greece implored the authorities in both countries to provide urgent help to refugees and unaccompanied minors, whom they say have been effectively abandoned by the authorities.
On the upside, the China Virus has resulted in illegal migrants returning to their countries of origin:
In France, a group of 24 organisations sent a letter to the French government and the mayors of Calais and Grande-Synthe imploring them to provide urgent interventions to Muslim refugees and migrants in northern France.
In the letter, the organisations, which include the George Soros-funded Médecins du Monde and Refugee Rights Europe, say: “The situation of exiled people is unspeakable: lack of accommodation, cold, humidity, stress, fatigue, crowding together in light tents, daily expulsion from places of life, deplorable sanitary conditions.” (That’s what happens when you let them flood into your countries in the first place)
The groups say that, in the absence of any other protection measures, the state should provide accommodation and basic food distribution as well as access to hot water and soap to try to stop the spread of the Covid-19 virus among the migrant community. (Citizens and legal residents come first. Don’t like it, LEAVE)
In Greece, organizations working with refugee children across Europe also wrote to senior EU and Greek leaders pressing for urgent action to support
families and minors mainly young military-aged males pretending to be refugees from Turkey who have arrived in Greece in recent weeks.
The groups, including the IRC, Human Rights Watch, and the Danish Refugee Council among others, also called for a raft of protective measures including an end to deportations. (That’s right, release them into the country so they are free to rob and rape Europeans to their heart’s content) Across Europe, NGOs are preparing for a situation in which staff and volunteers are unable to work because of sickness.
Claire Moseley is director of Care4Calais, a group that has been providing support to migrants in northern France and Belgium since 2015. She said she is becoming increasingly worried as volunteers cancel. Care4Calais estimates there are around 1,000 Muslim invaders living outside in Calais and a further 2,000 across Dunkirk and the coastal area. She fears an outbreak would be devastating for an already vulnerable population. (Well, that’s one way to get rid of them)
“We are incredibly worried about it, there are a lot of people whose health is not good and they are living outside. These people are suffering already from underlying lung issues, from exposure, tiredness, cold and they are obviously not able to self-isolate.
“We need the big aid organizations here; Doctors without Borders and the Red Cross.” (Sorry, they’re busy helping people who pay the taxes to fund these groups)
Juliette Delapace, project manager for Catholic charity Caritas in northern France, was running a day centre in Calais, which has been forced to close in recent days.
“Now we have had to close the hundreds of people we give somewhere warm and safe to stay for a few hours really have nobody to help them and nowhere to go,” she says. “Before, it was politically expedient for the state to deny help to this community because they knew George Soros-funded NGOs would fill the gap, but now we cannot do this because we need to protect our volunteers and staff and limit the potential spread among people who are very vulnerable and have poor health.”
“They can’t even call the emergency services because to do that you need to be able to charge your fancy smart phone and the only place they could do that was the day centers and services that have now been shut.”
In Greece, the health conditions in the Moria camp in Lesbos are already dire. Last week Médecins Sans Frontières were forced to withdraw vital services when tensions on the island followed an increase in arrivals from Turkey (“arrivals” as in when Turkish president Erdogan threw open the borders and sent tens of thousands of Muslim invaders to break into Greece).
Dr Dominik Zenner, senior regional migration health adviser at the International Organisation for Migration, said: “It is very concerning that there are thousands of Muslim illegal aliens across Europe who are extremely vulnerable to this epidemic, not only in refugee camps but spread out across the whole continent.