Greece in turmoil as migrants riot for second day.
This almost set up a clash with the Greek locals, who have had enough of the migrant madness.
Unless the migrants are deported swiftly and in large numbers, the situation in Greece could explode.
– Northern Aegean Regional Governor Kostas Moutzouris, speaking to Greek daily newspaper To Ethnos said that Monday’s riots were the “first time” he had felt that a “clash between residents and migrants was about to take place.”
“I was shaking on the thought of where this climate can lead. Extreme things were heard by some residents. It was the first time I was scared we were moving into a conflict between Greeks and migrants,” the Governor said.
– Video footage shows migrants shouting “Freedom!” as riot police stand by to prevent a repetition of Monday’s ugly scenes, in which tear gas was used to prevent the protestors from reaching Mytilini.