Turkey has just declared an indirect war on Europe.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has long threatened to open the gates to a flood of Muslim migrants if his demands for aid are unmet, and now he’s doing it.
So far, “as of September, EU spokeswoman Natasha Bertaud noted that the political bloc had paid Turkey 5.6 billion euros as part of the EU-Turkey migrant pact.” But apparently that money wasn’t enough from the kaffirs.
Greece the inventors of Western civilization are now standing in the breach and defending what’s left of Western civilization. But will the European Union force Greece to stand down?
“Report: Greece Sends 50 Naval Vessels To Guard Border After Turkey Opens Gates,” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, February 28, 2020:
Greece has completely shut down its borders Friday, sending dozens of naval vessels to patrol the Greek islands after Turkey announced it would allow all Syrian migrants to head to Europe.
A government representative, who wished to remain anonymous, told German media that Greece has closed its entire land and sea border with Turkey and will allow no one to cross the border at all, German tabloid Bild reports. Citing sources, the newspaper claimed 50 naval ships — likely predominantly patrol vessels — of the Hellenic Navy supported by helicopters were being sent to the European Union’s external border.
The newspaper also cited accounts of Greek authorities setting off tear gas at land border crossing points as migrant invaders attempted to break into Europe.
The Turkish government has not made an official government announcement that the border is open but a source informed news agency Reuters that all border guards, police and Turkish coastguard officers were ordered to stand down.
Turkish journalist Ragip Solyu added that the border would be open for all Syrians wanting to head to Europe for the next 72 hours.
Ömer Celik, the spokesman for the Islamist AKP party, the party of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, alluded to the fact that the borders could be opened stating, “Our refugee policy remains the same, but here we have a situation. We can no longer keep the refugees.”
Can Dündar, a Turkish journalist who fled from the Erdogan regime to Germany, made a post on social media platform Twitter claiming to show a video of released Syrian prisoners heading for the Greek border.
Other news agencies have shown similar videos and photographs and claimed that hundreds of migrants have begun attempting to cross into Greece….
On grounds of a new decision by the European court for human rights the Greeks and Bulgarians have all rights to send these People back to Turkey right away.
Anyone who crosses a border illegally, with violence or in a group, has given up legal stands and needs not get asylum status and b&b, not even legal aid.
Go, Greece and Bulgaria, send them back!