Hundreds of German police officers are guarding the German-Poland border but not from the influx of illegal alien Muslim invaders arriving from Belarus, according to Germany’s interior minister, Horst Seehofer. He said that “hundreds of officers are on duty day and night” (to protect the illegal aliens from the German patriots trying to keep them out) and that “if necessary, I am ready to reinforce them even further”.
Euronews “I am convinced, in the spirit of the European idea, that we must know who is coming to us. It is legitimate that we protect the external border in such a way that undetected border crossings are prevented,” he added in an interview published in Bild am Sonntag. In spite of that, the German Interior Ministry said last week that it had registered 5,700 illegal entries into Germany linked to Belarus.
The announcement came as German police were called in on Sunday morning to disperse about 50 supporters of the “Third Way” militia that intended to patrol the border area itself to turn back foreigners seeking to enter. This movement is considered violent and dangerous by the Internal Intelligence Service. Officers seized a machete, a bayonet, sticks and pepper spray.
Poland and Baltic countries Latvia and Lithuania have declared states of emergency at their border with Belarus because of an influx of migrants. The European Union has accused Minsk of facilitating migration into the bloc to retaliate against sanctions Brussels imposed on Belarusian officials and entities over the disputed August 2020 presidential election.
The EU’s border agency, Frontex, said earlier this month that Lithuania is the most impacted with 4,170 illegal border crossings detected since the beginning of the year, while Poland saw 1,380 during that same time period. Figures for Latvia were not provided.
But the three EU member states neighbouring Belarus — as well as Austria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, and Slovakia — have asked Brussels to go even further, including funding the construction of a barbed-wire fence to keep out the illegal Muslim invaders, which Commission President Ursula von der Leyen rejected at a summit on Friday.