Press Release (ePRNews.com) - BRUSSELS, Belgium - Mar 28, 2016 - IP/2016/03/28/003
Monday, March 28, 2016
SCHENGEN ALERT ISSUED BY ECIPS
The President of ECIPS Ricardo Baretzky issued a “SCHENGEN ALERT” today after an OSINT risk assessment was done in light of the increasing terror attacks in Europe with the latest targets to hit Brussels in Belgium.
A Level 5 Alert for all Schengen countries was issued by the ECIPS based on several risk review factors such as, the growing instability on social cultures within the EU, illegal migration, the recent escalations such as the migrant crisis in Calais in France and the terror bombing that took place in the Heart of Europe within Belgium.
On Sunday, the 27th March 2016, hundreds gathered at the Bourse to express solidarity with the victims of the suicide bomb attacks at Brussels airport and on a rush-hour metro train. Thirty one people were killed, including three attackers, and hundreds more injured whilst the Islamic State has claimed responsibility.
The ECIPS said that there is a strong underground growing sentiment of unrest in certain regions of Europe and that administration should take caution against hasty decisions as raising cultural conflicts and tensions can threaten the stability and European values as a whole, its people, and the rights to liberty should not be undermined by political views. The historical values of all Europeans could have rapid consequences if faced with an internal threat of cultural diversion if not managed properly in the crisis we face within the European Values.
The call for democracy can lead to a strong resistance if democracy is undermined and threatened by external forces according to the ECIPS. The President said “It’s time to realize that political members comprehend that their actions could lead to a security meltdown within the European Union and rational behavior is the answer to all discussions made in order to protect our basic European values, freedom and liberty. He further said all is at stake when we fail to see, realize or recognize the risks associated with extreme political views within a democratic society whereas both political parties will play a role in the deformation of security. We should not forget what Europe stands for and on what fundamental rights it was built on and we should continue to build a democratic society, not a liberated society, as liberating the Culture of all Europeans will bring “no good” to all of the International community.
The President further warned that ECIPS has been appointed as the International Watchdog and will keep accountable those who fail in their duty that could lead to unrest in Europe and that the Law of Justice in fundamental rights shall apply during such multi disciplinary hearings. It said it is ready to keep this option if and when necessary as it’s in the interest of the International Community to do so. He urged the United Nations to step up their role as peace keeping organization and not act as a political play house as it could be the tipping point in international cultural relations.
This is the “Third Alert” issued by the ECIPS in the last 13 months, of which, the first was the “EXODUS” on April 22, 2015 Reference no IP/2015/04/22/001 that was mostly ignored by the EC and the IC when it was issued, almost four months prior to the Migration crisis that begun during June 2014. The EXODUS Alert outlined the risks of uncontrolled migration that could lead to a major security risk to all Europeans that since has proven fact with several members of ISIS that participated by infiltrating illegal migration crisis to escape detection as proven by recent developments.
The President said that we should act now before it’s too late since a dark future could lay ahead for Europe if not acted now and our solution lays in the methods of acting we choose! It is urgently necessary to bridge the gap between information coming from public and security services to build community trust by using all possible partnerships as a form of public civil protection.
We need a strong state, one state and one security service as our countries need to have one intelligence service and one police service if we want to fight this problem, not 28 divided administration services as it has been proven to be a failed model to secure Europe and its ways of life.
Reference to the EXODUS ALERT BY ECIPS
http://ecips.eu/press/THE%20ECIPS%20ISSUES%20EXODUS%20ALE… Source :
European Centre for Information Policy & Security