FIRE RISES: Greeks Revolt Against Migrant Centers, Govt Uses Military to Repel Migrant InvasionChris Menahan
Mar. 01, 2020
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The Camp of the Saints is playing out right before our eyes in Greece.
The newly-elected "conservative" government in Greece tried to force new migrant centers on the islands of Lesbos and Chios but last week villagers revolted, repelled the police and allegedly burned a UN migrant reception center to the ground.
From CNBC, "'It's a powder keg ready to explode': In Greek village, tensions simmer between refugees and locals":
It seems the open arms that initially had greeted those coming ashore in Lesvos have finally closed. Thousands of island locals attended a protest for Athens to process or remove the refugees. General strikes have been called. "It's a powder keg ready to explode," regional governor Kostas Moutzouris told local news regarding the situation.After a Syrian government airstrike in northeast Syria on Friday which killed 33 Turkish soldiers, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan announced he was going to send tens of thousands of migrants to Europe in revenge.
Ridiculous scenes were staged to aid the media and Turkey's propaganda:
Greece's newly-elected neo-liberal conservative president saw which way the wind was blowing and surprisingly stepped up to the plate to forcefully defend Greece's borders:
Thousands of migrants are swarming Greece with the aid of the Turkish regime:
Nonetheless, Greeks are having none of it:
NGOs and left-wing journos were also pushed back:
This could determine the future of Europe!
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