Thursday, 12 November 2015

African migrant return deal in full

Talks between EU officials and the leaders of six key African nations concluded late last night when a deal was struck allowing the return of economic migrants to Europe back to those countries. In return for the right to unload migrants at named airports in the six nations, the EU has agreed to:-
  • No-questions-asked Lichtenstein bank accounts for the leaders and their close family members
  • Five free shoplifting events a year at Harrods for the wives of leaders
  • Guaranteed places at the Sorbonne for up to two children of each leader
  • Three 'get out of jail free' cards for each leader's family every year, valid across the EU
  • A waiving of money laundering restrictions within the EU for 48 months
  • A guaranteed sanctuary in the South of France with police protection in the event of any leader being deposed during the next ten years.
  • Rights of residence for up to ten family members of each member in any EU country
There are other vague and minor provisions concerning health, education, knowledge transfer and other matter that are not consequential. Herr Juncker, the EU's senior unelected official, said last night "Theysh my besh may'hs they ish hic!"


Anonymous said...

Now this is the Law of the Jungle - as old and as true as the sky;
And the Wolf that shall keep it may prosper, but the Wolf that shall break it must die.

As the creeper that girdles the tree-trunk the Law runneth forward and back -

For the strength of the Pack is the Wolf, and the strength of the Wolf is the Pack
- The Law of the Jungle, Rudyard Kipling


Jeff Wood said...

Aye, that is how it will go.

Take the bribe money from the foreign aid budgets.

Anonymous said...

For a moment I thought you were being serious.....

DeeDee99 said...

You forgot to mention the regular transfer of £millions to fund the shopping trips.

G. Tingey said...

Oddly enough, it has recently been found, after extensive studies that the answer to a lot of "disasters" is, actually ... money.
You really must not, under any circumstances, give that money to the "rulers" of a country in those circumstances, for reasons Raedwald so clearly expresses..
Yo divvy it up & give it to the people ...
A few will waste it, but most will save some & spend the rest wisely, for themselves & their families.
So simple.
So, why are we not doing it?

[ I think most of us know the answer to that one, too ... ]