EU Commission Backs Turkey Visa-Free Travel Amid Terrorist Cautions
By Egbert Nobakon; May 5, 2016
In spite of warnings that thousands of terrorists are crossing from Syria into Turkey as the Syrian army and their Iranian allies continue the mopping up operation following the rout of the US backed Free Syrian Army in and around Aleppo, The European Commission has decided to save Hausfrau - Volksfuhrer Merkel's reputation by backing her promise to Turkey's gangster President to allow Turkish citizens visa-free travel around the European Union.
"Turkey has made impressive progress, in recent weeks, on meeting the benchmarks of its visa liberalization roadmap," European Commission First Vice President Frans Timmermans said. This is bollocks, Turkey has done nothing and is still finding and arming ISIS in eastern Syria and Iraq,an illegally attacking targets in Kurdistan, but the EUronazi Bureaucrats in Brussels have been determined to get Turkey, an Asian nation with a small enclave on mainland Europe, and its 70 - 80 million mostly Muslim inhabitants into the EU for years. Once that is done they have plans to extend Europe even further by bringing more middle eastern nations and even north African states into the EUROPEAN Union.
In return, Turkey has accepted in principle visa-free entry for EU citizens, according to a notice in Ankara's official gazette, but only on condition that the EU implements its visa liberalization for Turkish nationals in Europe. That is bollocks too, holdaymakers from the EU have been going to Turkey for years and very few west European people would want to emigrate there.
To be complete its side of the deal, Turkey has to fulfill 72 conditions. Ankara has successfully met 58 — and if it succeeds Turkish citizens will be able to visit Europe without a visa and stay for up to 180 days a year. What will happen of course, as has happened with former colonial states that have granted visa free access to citizens of their colonial territories, is people will arrive and simply disappear into the immigrant ghettos that are spreading all over Europe.
The agreement for visa-free travel between Turkey and the Schengen Zone was included in a deal agreed in November as part of the EU's solution to the refugee crisis. From March 2016, any migrant arriving illegally in Greece will be sent back to Turkey if they do not apply for asylum or if their claim is rejectedThe one-for-one refugee deal means that for each Syrian migrant returned to Turkey, the EU will resettle another Syrian refugee.
However, the deal has been met with caution from some members of the European Parliament who are concerned about continued fighting in south-eastern Turkey between government troops and Kurdistan Workers' Party rebels, described as terrorists by the government in Ankara.