Better still. I see a great buisness opportunity for the people smugglers who got them into Europe. Pay them 10,000 Euros to smuggle them back to their original countries.Sounds like an ideal business opportunity for criminal gangs, you have an end to end business model subsidised by the EU
Get economic migrants to pay you to smuggle them into Europe, then used them as unpaid Labour in work camps which you claim are just giving much needed employment opportunities to new Europeans, and get 10,000 euros a person subsidy from the EU
Also Viktor Orban and the Poles could pay the people smugglers 5000 Euros and pocket the other 5000 Euros. Win win. The EU are happy that the Visegrad group are showing solidarity with EU refugee policies, The Poles and Hungarians are happy, the NGO's are happy that they are still in buisness, that their female directors still have young dusky toyboys to shag and can spend all their time whinging and whining about 'poor desperate refugees'.
There is however one group who might not be happy about it all.