Lesson from Greece: Migrants and local citizens involved in violent clashes
Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 17, 2016
Election 2016 in the United States is a referendum on whether we will become Europe some day, or not!
America’s immigration/border issue is everything! Nothing else matters! Learn that hard lesson from European migration crisis!
Invasion of Europe news…
From the Daily Mail (you don’t hear about this daily in America do you? Thank goodness for the UK press). The EU/Turkey deal is collapsing and the migrant surge has begun again in earnest:
Violent clashes between refugees and locals have broken out in Greece – as the number of migrants arriving from Turkey has doubled to 1,000 in just one week.
On Chios, local residents were sprayed with tear gas by police after hundreds marched through the main square demanding the removal of the island’s huge refugee camp.
On Lesbos, migrants have lead two demonstrations through the capital Mytilene demanding the right to leave the island and travel to mainland Greece having been stranded there for months.
Some 13,000 migrants are living in over-crowded refugee camps on the Aegean islands – many on Chios and Lesbos.
Dozens of Golden Dawn supporters twice tried to invade the sprawling Souda camp in Chios, home to almost 2,000 refugees, on Wednesday night.
Angry migrants responded pelting police and demonstrators with stones and chanting; ‘let us free, we want to go to Athens’.
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