Battle-lines in Greece (video): It is a war-like scenario as violent illegal invaders assisted by Turk police launch chemicals attacks against Greek forces defending Europe.

Battle-lines in Greece (video):  It is a war-like scenario as violent illegal invaders assisted by Turk police launch chemicals attacks against Greek forces defending Europe.

Battle-lines in Greece (video): It is a war-like scenario as violent illegal invaders assisted by Turk police launch chemicals attacks against Greek forces defending Europe.

The illegals were attempting to storm and ‘tear down’ parts of the border fence.

While the media, Council of Europe and NGOs continue with their misleading propaganda (unaccompanied minors 🤨), one can easily see why Visegrad and others in Central Europe do not want the migrants roaming the streets. All in Europe must support Greece’s effort to deport the migrants, whether it defies EU protocol or not. National security comes first, period!

– The immigrants who want to illegally enter Greece and Europe, are encouraged by Turkish police, who launched tear gas grenades against the Greek defending forces.

It has also come to light from Turkish media footage, that the migrant camp on their side of the fence is being disinfected. This evidence raises questions if there are coronavirus cases among the illegal immigrants, or if the Turkish authorities are concerned for their health.

* The aggressive migrants often come from violent and alien cultures; many do not wish to integrate but to dominate. This is the nature of their beliefs.

Unfortunately, many are already in Europe and, once the multiplication effect accelerates (demographics not good in Germany, UK, France, Belgium), the blowback to future generations will be intense.

Not only must the borders be sealed but a massive program and effort (armed with economic and other sanctions) will be needed to deport the illegals outside of Europe…with or without the consent of the countries of origin.

https://greekcitytimes.com/2020/03/23/war-like-scenery-on-the-greek-evros-border/