VOX y 16 países reclaman al Consejo Europeo, Parlamento y Comisión el apoyo a Polonia frente a la “invasión inmigratoria”

.La Carta: “In the last few hours all of us Europeans have watched with indignation and concern at the sight of thousands of assailants being coercively pushed by Lukashenko’s criminal government to the borders of Belarus and Poland. A huge march of illegal immigration, of fake refugees, of young and military-aged men and boys, crowding against the eastern border of Europe, in a clear example of hybrid warfare against Polish democracy, and against the whole of Europe”

FOTOGRAFÍA. GRODNO (POLONIA), 08.2021. Una avalancha de varios miles de inmigrantes, procedente de Asia Occidental, principalmente de la región montañosa del Kurdistán (norte del medio oriente) ataca la valla fronteriza entre Polonia y Bielorrusia para invadir el país y poner rumbo a Alemania y resto de la Unión Europea. Efe

Redacción.- Bruselas (Bélgica), viernes 12 de noviembre de 2021. En los últimos días hemos visto la utilización de “falsos refugiados” por parte del régimen “criminal” bielorruso de Lukashenko, al igual que hiciera Marruecos en Ceuta, frontera Sur de Europa.

Miles de inmigrantes ilegales han sido lanzados para “asaltar de forma violenta la frontera polaca, que es además la frontera Este de la Unión Europea, como medida de presión y ataque directo a la soberanía de Polonia”.

Ante esta “invasión inmigratoria”, el Gobierno polaco, liderado por Mateusz Morawiecki, ha tenido que enviar miles de soldados y policías a defender su frontera, sin recibir apoyo de las Instituciones Europeas, quienes, además, hace apenas unas semanas, le insultaban y chantajeaban por defender la soberanía nacional y la primacía del sistema judicial polaco frente a las imposiciones ideológicas de los burócratas de Bruselas.

Por ello, la delegación de VOX en el Parlamento Europeo, ha liderado una carta conjunta de representantes de varios países y partidos, para exigir de manera directa a las Instituciones comunitarias que se posicionen del lado de la ley y la soberanía, apoyando a Polonia frente a la “ofensiva bélica de Bielorrusia”, que utiliza como arma a miles de inmigrantes ilegales “en edad militar”, como señala la carta.

El medio centenar de Eurodiputados han aplaudido la defensa que el Gobierno polaco hace de las fronteras comunes, definiendo su actitud como un “ejemplo de coraje, compromiso y lealtad a Europa, la civilización y los valores que representamos’, en contraposición a la inmigración “masiva, desordenada y forzosa” que busca “subvertir el orden social, político y legal de las naciones europeas”.

Así, reclaman a Michel (Consejo Europeo), Von der Leyen (Comisión Europea) y Sassoli (Parlamento Europeo), que se unan a “defender Europa”, cesen el efecto llamada de inmigrantes ilegales, persigan las mafias de tráfico de personas, condenen las acciones del Gobierno bielorruso, e insten a los Estados Miembros a cooperar con Polonia con medios políticos, policiales y militares para defender las fronteras Sur y Este de Europa, ahora amenazadas y rendidas.

La Carta

“Brussels, 10th of November 2021,

Dear President Michel,

Dear President Von der Leyen,

Dear President Sassoli,

In the last few hours all of us Europeans have watched with indignation and concern at the sight of thousands of assailants being coercively pushed by Lukashenko’s criminal government to the borders of Belarus and Poland. A huge march of illegal immigration, of fake refugees, of young and military-aged men and boys, crowding against the eastern border of Europe, in a clear example of hybrid warfare against Polish democracy, and against the whole of Europe.

The reaction of the Polish Government in mobilising police and military forces to defend its border, which is the border of Europe, is an example of courage, commitment and loyalty to Europe and to the Civilization and values we represent. If the European institutions as a whole do not come to the defence of the Polish Government, we will be facing a new phenomenal crisis of the so-called “European project”.

No European nation can remain impassive without helping and cooperating with the Polish Government in the defence of its border, not with words or gestures, but with logistical, political, police and military support. The European Commission, the Council and the European Parliament are politically and morally obliged to join the Polish government in its efforts to defend Europe.

The current situation in Europe, with immigration phenomena forced by foreign governments with the aim of subverting the social, political and legal order of European nations, is borderline and we are all obliged to defend that same moral, political and legal order that Europe historically represents.

We must abandon the unfounded declarations and statements in favour of this massive, disorderly and forced illegal immigration that we often see in European institutions and politicians, with irresponsible invocations and declarations that produce an effect that calls for the illegal entry of foreigners, encouraging the business of the mafias of illegal trafficking in human beings and promoting the criminal behaviour of the enemies of Europe.

We must demand that the media act responsibly and report truthfully on the fraudulent use of asylum and refugee status by governments that threaten our security and social order.

We must recover the firm conviction that the common European project will only succeed if the nations that make up Europe cooperate freely and voluntarily to guarantee our civilization. This is true European solidarity.

We therefore call on the European Council, the European Commission and the European Parliament not only to strongly condemn the actions of the Belarusian government and the use of mass and disorderly immigration as a means of political pressure, but also to expressly support the Polish Government in these difficult times, and to call on the governments of the Member States to cooperate with political, police and military means in the defense of Europe’s threatened borders, in the east and in the south”.

BUXADÉ VILLALBA Jorge, ECR (Spain)
AGUILAR Mazaly, ECR (Spain)
TERTSCH Hermann, ECR (Spain)
DE LA PISA Margarita, ECR (Spain)
LEGUTKO Ryszard Antoni, ECR (Poland)
SARYUSZ-WOLSKI Jacek, ECR (Poland)
WASZCZYKOWSKI Witold Jan, ECR
(Poland)
KLOC Izabela, ECR (Poland)
KUŹMIUK Zbigniew, ECR (Poland)
MAZUREK Beata, ECR (Poland)
ZALEWSKA Anna, ECR (Poland)
ZLOTOWSKI Kosma, ECR (Poland)
KRUK Elzbieta, ECR (Poland)
BIELAN Adam, ECR (Poland)
RAFALSKA Elżbieta ECR (Poland)
POREBA Tomasz Piotr, ECR (Poland)
JAKI Patryk Tomasz, ECR (Poland)
WISNIEWSKA Jadwiga, ECR (Poland)
MOZDZANOWSKA Andzelika Anna, ECR
(Poland)
KEMPA Beata, ECR (Poland)
BRUDZIŃSKI Joachim, ECR (Poland)
TOBISZOWSKI Grzegorz, ECR (Poland)
WEIMERS Charlie, ECR (Sweden)
DZHAMBAZKI Angel, ECR (Bulgaria)
SLABAKOV Andrey, ECR (Bulgaria)
ILCIC Ladislav, ECR (Croatia)
PROCACCINI Nicola, ECR (Italia)

VONDRA Alexandr, ECR (Czechia)
FRAGKOS Emmanouil, ECR (Greece)
TERRAS Riho, EPP (Estonia)
BOGOVIC Franc, EPP (Slovenia)
HÖLVÉNYI György, EPP (Hungary)
MAZYLIS Liudas, EPP (Lithuania)
VANDENDRIESSCHE Tom, ID (Belgium)
LEBRETON Gilles, ID (France)
GARRAUD Jean-Paul, ID (France)
BAY Nicolas, ID (France)
MEUTHEN Jörg, ID (Germany)
KRAH Maximilian, ID (Germany)
LIMMER Sylvia, ID (Germany)
FEST Nicolaus, ID (Germany)
ZIMNIOK Bernhard, ID (Germany)
MADISON Jaak, ID (Estonia)
GYORI Eniko, NI (Hungary)
KÓSA Ádám, NI (Hungary)
TRÓCSÁNYI László, NI (Hungary)
GÁL Kinga, NI (Hungary)
BOCSKOR Andrea, NI (Hungary)
TOTH Edina, NI (Hungary)
GYURK Andras, NI (Hungary)
SCHALLER-BAROSS Ernő, NI (Hungary)
HIDVEGHI Balazs, NI (Hungary)

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