The reign in Spain of virtue-signaling on mass migration ended abruptly yesterday, after less than two weeks.

The reign in Spain of virtue-signaling on mass migration ended abruptly yesterday, after less than two weeks. By Thomas Lifson.

When Italy’s new populist government refused to allow the M.S. Aquarius, jammed with 629 North Africans, to land, and turned it away, Spain stepped up and allowed the refugees entry to Spain and, because of the Schengen Agreement that ended border barriers, the entire E.U. …

I can only surmise that P.M. Sánchez got some blowback, because yesterday, he started following the lead of the Italian populists. Deutsche Welle, from Angela Merkel’s Germany, reports:

Spanish Economic Development Minister Jose Luis Abalos said on Monday that his country would not offer docking to a NGO boat carrying some 230 migrants rescued at sea, saying Spain could not “become the sea rescue organization for all of Europe.” …

As even leftists are starting to understand, immigration minus assimilation is an invasion, actually a form of colonialism, in which the newcomers change the host culture and, with their “no-go zones,” enforce extraterritoriality.

hat-tip Mark Ellis