EU commissioner who said 6 million more migrants needed for Europe caught up in ‘Qatargate’ bribery scandal

ER Editor: Yesterday, we put out a story on how Eva Kaili, her parents and their bank accounts at the Bladex Bank in Panama are the focus of one arm of the investigation. See

EU Corruption Scandal Branches Out to Panamanian Bank

We believe this corruption scandal is aimed at exposing the Soros (and thus Rothschild) faction of European government operations. The article finishes with the thought that the true extent of EU corruption will likely never be known, but that is not the point, we believe. The point is to bring it all down, and to do so in the eyes of the public who have been hoodwinked for decades into believing in the ‘European project’ as an article of faith.

See this short summary piece from Hungary Today:

Former Commissioner Avramopoulos under Fire

For more detail:


EU commissioner who said 6 million more migrants needed for Europe caught up in ‘Qatargate’ bribery scandal

An EU commissioner known for bashing Hungary and promoting 6 million migrants for the EU is now facing scrutiny for his potential role in the ‘Qatarigate’ corruption scandal that has rocked the EU

After the arrest of Greek MEP Eva Kaili (left0 in the Qatargate corruption scandal, the European Commission led by Ursula von der Leyen (center) is facing new scrutiny after new revelations concerning former EU commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos (right).

There are signs that the Qatargate bribery investigation which has rocked the European Parliament is now spreading to the European Commission, and depending on who ends up ensnared in the scandal, the investigation’s results could be catastrophic for the liberal-left ruling Brussels.

Suddenly, MEPs, shadowy NGOs, and various left-wing networks are facing much of the scrutiny they are totally unaccustomed to, including former EU commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos.

In February 2017, Avramopoulos insisted that the EU-27 would need 6 million more immigrants in the coming years and that the EU would open immigration offices in all countries on the southern coast of the Mediterranean and in western Africa as a way to fight illegal immigration. (ER: And, of course, they’ve done everything BUT ‘fight illegal immigration’.)

Avramopoulos, who made the remarks during an event at the University of Geneva, was not just any commissioner at the time he called for 6 million more migrants to Europe, but the commissioner in charge of immigration, which means he had a powerful voice regarding the direction the EU took on the divisive issue.

This same former commissioner is now being eyed for his potential role in the EU’s latest scandal, which has seen at least €1.5 million in bribe money from Qatar and Morocco found in suitcases and paper bags of left-wing EU officials, including Greek MEP Eva Kaili, who was formerly a European Parliament’s vice-president and who is now awaiting trial.

In light of the ongoing corruption scandal, there are also serious concerns that Avramopoulos may have had a monetary motive to lobby for 6 million migrants into Europe.

One of the two countries (ER: Qatar) that allegedly sponsored this corruption scheme is a known state sponsor of Islamism and a declared strategy of Islamists to impose their creed on Europe is to encourage mass emigration of Muslims to Europe. At the same time, given all that Avramopoulos said, wrote and did when he was the European Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship in the Juncker Commission, there is speculation that Qatar and other state sponsors of Islamism have long been exerting their influence by corrupting members of EU institutions.

According to information released to the public, Avramopoulos had been appointed to the “Honorary Board” of Fight Impunity, the NGO founded by former MEP Pier Antonio Panzeri, from Italy, who is at the center of the corruption scandal. It is also clear that Avramopoulos had obtained the current commission’s green light for this appointment and that he met several times as a Fight Impunity board member with incumbent commissioners before the end of the two-year period was over, in which he was supposed to have been banned from participating in meetings for political talks or lobbying.

An internal inquiry has now been opened into the former commissioner’s meetings as a board member of Fight Impunity, the NGO at the center of the “Qatargate” bribery scandal, where he allegedly met with at least nine members of the Von der Leyen commission.

Exclusive: ‘Being corrupted by Qatar, the nerve center of the Muslim Brotherhood, is high treason,’ says French MEP Nicolas Bay

In an exclusive interview with French MEP Nicolas Bay, executive vice-president of Éric Zemmour’s Reconquest party, he discusses the far-reaching implications of the “Qatargate” scandal in the European Parliament and his hopes of seeing French right-wing parties follow the example set by Italy’s ruling coalition led by Giorgia Meloni to seize power in France and change the game in Brussels. (ER: No chance. While Bay might be sincere, Meloni is an Aspen Institute affiliated globalist, and Zemmour is funded at arm’s length by the Rothschilds.)

Although Avramopoulos was a member of the center-right New Democracy party, which has governed Greece under Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis since 2019 with a tougher approach to immigration, Avramopoulos remains a strong advocate of mass immigration to Europe. (ER: Because there is no ‘right’ … it’s all a globalist Uniparty with a couple of different colorations.)

His call for 6 million migrants into Europe sounded very much like the Soros Plan often denounced by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. Avramopoulos conceded at the time that “we cannot, however, let everyone in,” as it “would only feed xenophobia, nationalism, and populism,” but later, in December 2017, Avramopoulos published an article to explain to his fellow Europeans that illegal “migrants are here to stay,” that “we cannot and will never be able to stop migration,” and that we should therefore “collectively change our way of thinking.”

In the new Von der Leyen Commission, Avramopoulos’ responsibilities are now shared between his fellow Greek and party colleague. Margaritis Schinas, Commission Vice-President and Commissioner for Promoting our European Way of Life, in charge of the integration of immigrants, culture, and sport, and Sweden’s socialist Ylva Johansson, Commissioner for Home Affairs in charge of immigration and asylum.

Exclusive: Are EU politicians opposed to Hungary and Poland being bribed? Polish MEP Dominik Tarczyński says Qatargate means ‘it is possible’

In an exclusive interview, Polish MEP Dominik Tarczyński offers an inside view of what is being billed as perhaps the biggest corruption scandal in EU history and warns more arrests are coming

An internal inquiry has now been opened into the former commissioner’s meetings with at least nine members of the current Von der Leyen commission. According to the European Commission’s own internal rules, when a commissioner’s mandate comes to an end, the said commissioner is not allowed to have any contacts of a political nature or for lobbying with incumbent commissioners.

Avramopoulos’ tenure in the Juncker Commission ended in November 2019 and, as a member of Panzeri’s Honorary Board at Fight Impunity, he should have refrained from meeting with active European commissioners at least until the end of November 2021.

However, as was disclosed by the Italian newspaper La Stampa just before Christmas, Avramopoulos met in that forbidden period at least with his fellow countryman Margaritis Schinas, with the other commissioner in charge of immigration issues Ylva Johannson, and with commission vice-presidents Frans Timmermans (who was in charge of rule-of-law issues in the Juncker Commission and is now in charge of the EU’s fight against global warming), Margrethe Vestager, Maros Sefcovic (in charge of interinstitutional relations), and Vera Jourova (in charge of “values” and “transparency”), as well as with commissioners Mariya Gabriel, Stella Kyriakidou, and Johannes Hahn, the commissioner for budget and administration who was in charge of proposing drastic cuts to Hungary’s EU funding over Brussels’ supposed concerns about democratic standards, corruption, LGBT rights and migration issues under Viktor Orbán’s governments.

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Needless to say, the members of the Von der Leyen Commission whom Avramopoulos met were also supposed to refrain from meeting with Avramopoulos in the two-year period following the end of his tenure in the Juncker Commission.




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