Austria Deploys Its Military to the Italian Border as Migrant Crisis Explodes

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Austria has mobilized 750 troops and four armored vehicles, to maintain security along its border with Italy as the wave of migrants crossing over from Africa reaches stunning proportions.  More than 100,000 migrants have entered Europe in the first six months of 2017 via the Mediterranean, with nearly 85% of them arriving in Italy from Libya alone.  Seven out of ten are not refugees at all but economic migrants from Africa seeking the material benefits of Western civilization. –GEG

Austria has mobilized its military to maintain security along its border with Italy as the explosion of migrants crossing over from Africa reaches catastrophic proportions.

The Austrian government has moved 750 troops and four Pandur armored vehicles into the Tyrol region, where they can quickly deploy to the Brenner Pass, the primary connector between Austria and Italy through the Alps, if necessary.

We need to prepare for the migration development in Italy, and I expect very promptly that border controls will be activated and assistance requested,” said Austrian Defense Minister Hans Peter Doskozil in comments to local press.

His spokesman said the flood of migrants into Italy is unsustainable, and that riot tanks would have to be deployed.

These are not battle tanks,” he said. “These are armoured vehicles without weapons which could block roads. These were already used during the refugee crisis of 2015/16 at the Spielfeld border crossing (with Slovenia).”

Italy’s foreign ministry has summoned the Austrian ambassador to discuss Vienna’s statements and movements.

The UN International Organization for Migration has announced that over 100,000 migrants have entered Europe in the first six months of 2017 via the Mediterranean, with nearly 85% arriving in Italy from Libya alone.

At the same time, the UN refugee agency just released a new report stating that at least seven out of 10 illegal immigrants from Africa are not refugees at all, but instead are economic migrants, as Infowars has documented at length.

Austria’s decision to militarily fortify its border comes on the heels of a recent meeting between six central European nations seeking to form a new anti-migrant defense coalition.

Defense ministers and officials from Austria, Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Slovenia, and Croatia met in Prague earlier this month to discuss the details of the Central European Defence Cooperation (CEDC) that will act as “the framework of civil-military cooperation” between the nations who seek to handle the on-going crisis in a markedly different manner than Brussels and other EU member states, such as Germany, Sweden and Italy.

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Good for Austria. Action on the immigration explosion needs to take place across the whole of Europe.
These asylum seekers could try migrating south in stead of north. Muslim immigrants would be best going to other Islamic countries, so that they are able to integrate more effectively into the culture and Muslim religion.

Why are they not doing this and facing danger by trying to get in to western Europe/