Angry Turkish Prez: We will open our gates and let them go through to Europe
Posted by Ann Corcoran on February 11, 2016
Invasion of Europe news…..
Europe get ready! Tens (hundreds!) of thousands more migrants could soon be on the way.
Erdogan is angry:
“….the time could come when the country would open the gates for refugees to travel to Europe.”
But, I’m wondering when exactly he ever closed his border to Europe? See this interactive map which shows just how many are going every day from Turkey to Greece. The screen shot is for Tuesday of this week. 3,676 crossed in one day! See the map and scroll back each recent day and prepare to be shocked. And, while you are at it, note how many passed into Germany from Austria just in one day (Feb. 9)—3,314! in ONE day!
Turkey is at breaking point and the time could come when the country would open the gates for refugees to travel to Europe, the Turkish president has threatened.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan attacked the calls for Turkey to accept more refugees and accused the UN of insincerity over inaction in Syria.
In recent days, the UN, EU and other organisations have called on Turkey to take in thousands of Syrian refugees fleeing Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant and Russian air strikes on its southern border.
“In the past we have stopped people at the gates to Europe, in Edirne we stopped their buses. This happens once or twice, and then we’ll open the gates and wish them a safe journey, that’s what I said,” Mr Erdogan said in a speech to a business forum on Thursday.
“There is a chance the new wave of refugees will reach 600,000 if air strikes continue. We are making preparations for it,” Mr Erdogan said in a speech to a business forum in Ankara.
Erdogan is also (supposedly) angry at his ol’ pal Barack Hussein Obama (US responsible for sea of blood), here.
For our complete ‘Invasion of Europe’ archive, go here (the invasion has been going on for YEARS).
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