EU hidden, but not secret, agencies to bring more immigrants from Africa and Asia to Europe Cameron doesn’t want to talk about. Revealed.


Dr. Ingrid de Frankopan is the lady.

It is almost official: the refugee crisis was organized by the same EU to make us white christians become a minority in the EU. There are at least four EU agencies for bringing immigrants from Asia and Africa towards the EU member states: They are not secret, but they are hidden, Cameron knows about it, but doesn’t say it: he is a liar.

The source is an article written by University Professor and former advisor to nothing less than John Paul II Ingrid Detter Defrankopan published on Christians should help Britain and vote Leave

I highlight some of the tremendous hidden agenda to flood us with hardline muslims, and this is why they need the anti-free speech laws, to make us feel tentative in complaining:

“By supporting the Remain Campaign – some in the Church are promoting EU’s little known (or even secret) mobility schemes, encouraging a further flow of migrants from totally different cultural and religious background, virtually all Muslim, from North Africa, Middle East and Asia into the EU.

I am not speaking about the poor refugees from war zones, the real refugees who, of course, deserve our help and compassion. I am speaking about the unauthorised and virtually unknown and secret schemes of the EU to encourage citizens in non-EU countries to move to the EU area.

“The EU left the Outer Borders wide open for anyone to come into the EU.”

“Even in November 2015, at the beginning of the Migration Crisis, the EU was not willing to change its approach from encouraging citizens of non-EU countries from coming to the EU Member States. On the contrary, the Commission spoke much about the ‘success’ of the Project The European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP).

This initiative had been launched in 2004, eleven years earlier, and this scheme actually encouraged ‘mobility’ and ‘migration’, into the European Union.

EU’s European Neighbourhood Policy includes the The Eastern Partnership (EaP), a joint initiative involving the EU, its Member States and six Eastern European ‘partners’: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine. Citizens in all these countries are on the path of having increasing rights to come and settle in the EU.

Are we safer in the EU? Certainly not: The Eastern Partnership Scheme would seem to step very much on the toes of the Russian bear, increasing serious tensions with Russia’s traditional sphere of interest.”

“Then the EU has also another little known structure, the ENP – European Neighbourhood Partners– and under this framework the Commission established EUROMED, a Euro-Mediterranean Partnership, consisting of Albania, Algeria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Mauritania, Montenegro, Morocco, Palestine, Tunisia and Turkey. Among these, Morocco benefits from an advanced status in its relations with the EU and Tunisia has a ‘privileged’ Partnership

Turkey is also specifically ‘privileged’ in this Partnership Scheme. The EU is now accelerating Turkey’s membership application, a country with 80 million inhabitants.

Turkey’s population equals that of thirteen EU countries and will, when Turks become EU members, totally change the demographic and religious structure of Europe.

The Remain Camp insists that Turkish membership is decades off. If that were true why did the EU Parliament vote (by 375 to 133) on 19th April 2016, six weeks ago, to make Turkish a new official language in the EU?

“Another EU Regional Development and Protection Programmes (RDPPs) in North Africa and the Horn of Africa is becoming operational in 2016, as well as the already existing RDPP in the Middle East (Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq).

The EU stretches itself even further and says that: “The EU should increase its outreach to partners in sub-Saharan Africa and … [engage in] dialogue with the League of Arab States, cooperation with the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), the African Union, the Arab Maghreb Union countries in the region.”

Worrying statements reflect the ambition of the EU to encourage even more migration into the EU countries to assist in case of ‘labour needs’. But nothing is said that the unemployment rate in the EU is running at 8.9%, with 21.651 million unemployed in the EU in 2016.”

I add to this, Spain, Italy and Greece have unemployment rates up to 40% of the youth, so this is not related to Labour need: it is smuggling people.

Let’s go back to Frankopan:

“The EU plans and ‘Mobility Schemes’ may sound a little worrying to the EU Member States that are trying to cope with the present influx of migrants. But to the EU it is only the beginning of its ambitious ‘Global Migration Scheme’.

“The EU has – contrary to the common belief – not a penny of its own but derives all funds from the Member States, through substantial annual membership fees but also, again through secret manipulations incorporated in the EU Budget as Own Resources (made up by a slice of the VAT in 28 countries!) .

The EU budget for 2016 amounts to €143 billion (all money from the Member States, agricultural levies and the VAT)!

We should take the opportunity to leave while we can: the EU started with a noble aim but somewhere along the line it has been hijacked by people only motivated by greed and their own ambition for power. The EU is now governed by unelected bureaucrats without any accountability to anyone!”

Who’s Professor de Frankopan? It’s a little englander as you can see from her astonishing curriculum and is an insider of the globalist agenda.

Professor Ingrid Detter de Frankopan is Lindhagen Professor Emeritus having held the Chair of International Law at Stockholm University. She is a former Fellow of St. Antony’s College and Lady Margaret Hall at Oxford University. She was Adviser to Pope St. John Paul II between 1984 and 2005 and has been Adviser to various Governments during her long and distinguished career in inter-State Conflict resolution.

The book The Suicide of Europe by Ingrid Detter de Frankopan is now available from and from on the internet and from the Economist Bookshop at Waterstones at London School of Economics.


Apropos, did by the way some politicians ever talked to us about all these smuggling EU agencies? Paid with our money, moreover? They do like Tony Blair: “Don’t talk to them about immigration, not even about the good aspects of it, they wouldn’t want even that”. Get out.

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