Talks Sense On Crimmigrants, Suddenly He’s OUT?

Remember this guy, in the photo below? 

Only last month we praised Bosnia’s Security Minister, Fahrudin Radoncic, for his courageous call for deportation of illegal immigrants!


Fahrudin Radoncic

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But now he’s out, and we need to ask WHY?…

Fahrudin Radoncic told his colleagues at a session of Bosnia’s Council of Ministers on Tuesday that he will submit his resignation as security minister after explaining earlier in the day that “political differences on strategic issues” with governing coalition partners were behind his reasons for quitting.


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At a press conference to announce his resignation, he cited a disagreement with coalition partners over the migrant crisis. Radoncic had advocated the deportation of 9,500 illegal migrants who he claimed are a major security risk to the country.

So how come anyone in Bosnia, where citizens’ lives are being made hell by the depredations of undesirable aliens…

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Bosnians, terrorised by illegals, protest against the crimmigrants’ champion, the IOM ……..

…seek to force out a man because he offers a positive solution to a horrendous crimmigrant problem, and who had shown real guts in denouncing a dangerous diplomat –

in April, he accused Pakistan’s ambassador to Sarajevo of refusing to cooperate with the Bosnian authorities in establishing the identities of migrants coming from Pakistan.



Numerous additional internal squabbles are mentioned in the article, which, BTW, appeared in the Sorosoid Balkan Insight, but I wonder if this issue, below, has anything to do with the Security Minister stepping down?

At the session at which Radoncic resigned, the Council of Ministers finally unblocked the 330-million-euro loan that the state received from the IMF as emergency assistance to deal with the impact of the pandemic.

Because there was no agreement until now about how to distribute the money, it has remained unused in the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s account since the end of April

When supranational bodies dispensing large sums of largesse are involved, antennae should start twitching.