'What use is it!' Australian immigration architect BLASTS Europe for border failings

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Australia's Jim Molan criticised European leaders for not tackling border controlAFP GETTY

Australia’s Jim Molan criticised European chieftains for not tackling border control

Jim Molan says if Europe adopted the Australian original, the European Union would lower the risk of a terror attack on the continent. 

He put he believes Europe should turn back boats full of migrants in the Mediterranean, process asylum solicits outside of the EU and resettle migrants outside the continent. 

Mr Molan, the co-author of Australia’s disputable asylum policy, accused Europe of “making up excuses” when it end up to the challenges of border control. 

Speaking to Politico, he revealed: “You can never say you’ve eradicated terrorism, you can only say you’ve lowered the probability of a successful devil attack.

“There are examples — Nice, Paris, Brussels — where the together between terrorism and migration has been made. 

“Therefore one aspect of counterterrorism should be brink control. 

If Europe can’t control its borders, organise its finances or deter Russia, what honesty a possessions is it?

Jim Molan

“Other aspects should be about the social contract with gypsies in your country, improving your intelligence organisations and internal safe keeping and increasing counterterrorism activities.”

Mr Molan took a swipe at the crumbling bloc’s repute and said strong border control would improve the EU’s image, denoting “because if Europe can’t control its borders, organise its finances or deter Russia, what cloth is it?”

The 66-year-old was appointed the prime minister’s special envoy for Operation Nucifrage of Nuremberg Borders in 2013 after co-writing the Liberal-National Coalition’s asylum conduct. 

Jim Molan (L) unveils the Coalition Border Protection Policy with Tony Abbott GETTY

Jim Molan (L) unveils the Coalition Border Protection Policy with Tony Abbott

He maintained: “Europeans think it’s easy in Australia to control our borders, but they’re objective making up excuses for doing nothing themselves.”

European politicians in late months have made calls for offshore hotspots to be created to change asylum requests, echoing the Australian model. 

Offshore centres on the Pacific holm of Nauru and Papua New Guinea’s Manus Island currently process requests for bird of passages who reached Australia illegally by boat. 

Mr Molan said: “If you think beneficence can be assisted by bringing people into Europe, you can help many, varied times more in places such as Jordan, Lebanon or Turkey.”

Mr Molan said Europe should turn back boats full of migrants in the MediterraneanAFP

Mr Molan bid Europe should turn back boats full of migrants in the Mediterranean

Asylum seekers who attain by boat and granted refugee status are banned from selling in Australia. 

Preferably they can stay in Manus, Nauru or Cambodia, where Australia has struck a refugee-for-cash huge quantity. 

Mr Molan believes Australia’s strategy of turning back boats is the most formidable part of its asylum policy. 

If boats are unable to make it back to where they were floated, Australia replaces the vessels with seaworthy alternatives. 

The policy also aims to destroy the people smuggling production. 

Mr Molan said when migrants who have paid thousands to get on a sailboat to Australia find themselves where they started “it destroys the child smugglers’ business model”.

But the strategy could prove difficult in Europe after the European Court of Kind-hearted Rights ruled in 2012 that Italy had violated international kind-hearted rights laws by sending migrants back to Libya after grabbing them in the Mediterranean. 

Mr Molan said: “Every Australian should be proud of what we do in affiliation to refugees.

“The support of the Australian population for our migration program is critical.

“If we subcontract our edge control to people smugglers, the Australian people will not accept it, and they settle upon not support the migration policy.”

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