What Turkey did is an act of war by an invading migrant army. Greece was primary gateway for hundreds of thousands of Muslim migrants in 2015 and 2016 -changing the face of the continent and ushering in a new era of jihad.
Turkey said on Thursday it will no longer contain hundreds of thousands of migrants.And today caliph-wannabe Recip Erdogan says some 18,000 migrants had crossed borders from Turkey into Europe.
“The government will do whatever it takes to protect its borders,” government spokesman Stelios Petsas told reporters. Almost immediately, convoys of people appeared heading towards the Greek land and sea borders.
Overnight, migrants hurled flaming pieces of wood at police, amateur footage filmed by a police official on the scene, which was seen by Reuters, showed. Greece’s Skai TV aired live video from the Turkish side of the northern land border at Kastanies showing Greek riot police firing teargas rounds at groups of migrants who were hurling stones and shouting obscenities.
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Greece closes borders, deploys army, helicopters, and naval warships to defend Europe from foreign invaders sent by Turkish regime
Following the military escalation between the Russian-backed Syrian army and the Turkish regime, combined with announcements from Turkey that it would be making good on previous threats to flood Europe with migrants, Greece has completely sealed off its border with Turkey.
The Greek government has deployed fifty navy warships to protect the Greek islands and ten helicopters to guard land borders against foreign invaders sent by the Erdogan regime, German daily tabloid Bild reports. The army has been called to the northern border.
The seemingly drastic moves come after a veiled threat made by the spokesperson for Turkey’s ruling AKP party, Ömer Celik, who earlier had alluded to the fact that Turkey’s borders to Europe could be opened.
“Our refugee policy remains the same, but here we have a situation. We can no longer keep the refugees,” Celik said.
Although the Turkish government hasn’t made an official statement announcing that the border has been opened, a source told journalists from the news agency Reuters that all Turkish border guards, coastguards officer, and police had all been ordered to stand down, Voice of Europe reported.
Turkish journalist Ragip Solyu wrote on Twitter that the Turkish border would be open for the next 72 hours to any and all migrants who would like to make their way to continental Europe.
See video from the Greek side of the Border. Most of them are men from the ages of 18 to 25.
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