When the US left Afghanistan with many unanswered questions and a dramatic withdrawal made a mess around the world, then the migrants’ crisis was an inevitable phenomenon and could not be ruled out its repercussion on Europe.
This hasty withdrawal was raised many problems and uncertainties it also once again triggered the migrant flow to Europe.
The recent crisis that is brewing on the Poland border and the security forces battling to control the migrant flux seem to hit another migrant crisis to Europe that may increase in the coming days.
Around 2000 migrants including children and women in the chilling weather conditions are trying to enter Poland. The tension is rising amid when the Polish Prime Minister blamed Russia for orchestrating this crisis on the Belarus border.
On the other hand, the EU slapped more sanctions on Belarus for the migrant’s escalation towards Europe.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, accusations to the EU is actually the long way of frustration and anxiety that the smaller EU States have been victimized by the EU’s powerful countries over the decades.
These accusations have been echoed not only in the EU parliament but in every nook and corner around the world. The cracks in the European Union are getting wider and wider after every passing day.
The differences are much higher and the voices for more…Exits could be heard now. The EU monopoly and control of some big countries have been squeezed the small countries in the European Union.
After Brexit, the bonding forces that keep the structure of EU united and strong seem to collapse one after another.
Polish Prime Minister whistleblowing accusations are the new beginning of this sequence in the EU and more and more countries are expected to courage to speak for this injustice and inequality in the so-called European Union.
During a hot debate in the European parliament in Strasbourg, Mr. Mateusz Morawiecki, Polish Prime Minister claimed that the European court of justice (ECJ) was responsible for a “creeping revolution” undermining Poland’s sovereignty.