First Successes for European Border Agency
Posted on: 2008-03-13 18:09:11
European defense taking shape
Frontex, the newly created pan-European defense organization succeeded in sharply reducing the alien flood into Europe.
Frontex boats and air patrols are now patrolling the seas between Europe and Africa as often as necessary, in particular the seas around the Spanish Canary Islands.
Whereas 31,000 nonwhites invaded the Canary Islands in 2006 alone, less than 11,000 aliens made it to these islands in 2007. Thousands of would-be invaders were diverted back to Africa by Frontex patrols. Many others stayed in Africa, frightened by Europe’s new willingness to defend itself.
Magdalena Moreno, spokeswoman for Spain's secretary of state for immigration, said Frontex deserved praise for the dramatic drop in illegal immigration by sea. Altogether, in the Atlantic and Mediterranean, 14,000 illegal immigrants were intercepted in 2007 at sea by Frontex patrols and diverted back to Africa.
However, the enemies of Europe are crying foul that fewer blacks are invading Europe. Jewish, Muslim and other hate groups cannot stand the idea that Europe might defend itself to survive, accusing Frontex to have caused the death of tens of thousands of invaders at sea.
The European Border Patrol Agency Frontex was founded in October 2005 with the aim of organizing joint European border protection operations. It is headquartered in Warsaw, Poland.
Frontex started marshalling joint patrols across the Mediterranean and the Atlantic ocean in 2006. For example, a 2 week operation was conducted in October 2006 in the central Mediterranean, involving military vessels and air patrols from Malta, Italy, Greece, France and Germany. It was succeeded by Operation Nautilus II in the same sector in June-July 2007.
However, the beginnings were harsh. European member states were slow to deliver on their promises. They pledged to supply 115 boats, 23 airplanes and 25 helicopters to Frontex, but it was only at the end of December 2007 that this equipment was made available, at long last.
Frontex is now fully operational. The member states are so satisfied with their new border agency that they doubled its budget to €70million for the 2008 fiscal year. For the European continent, there now seems to be light at the end of the alien invasion tunnel.