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  • ross1948 20:08 on April 28, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    More ‘Refugee’ Arson And Violence In Greece! 

    That old phrase about how ‘the Greeks have a word for it’ came to mind when I read what their Migration Ministry Secretary Manos Logothetis told AFP news agency on Monday.

    ‘The blaze was started on Sunday evening “amid internal disputes [between residents]”, he said.’


    Delicately put, sir!

    In other words, the ingrate savages were at it again, vicious mayhem, the primitives on their worst behaviour, though we’ve seen it before.

    Kurds attacked in Greek camp, accused of not fasting on Ramadan

    Another fire was started on Monday in a new round of clashes between “Arabic speakers and Africans”, a local police source said.

    “The incidents began on Sunday night. The fire was put out at midnight, but today we had more tension and stone-throwing,” the officer said.

    How DARE these savages indulge in such arson and violence?

    Nobody invited them into Greece. They gate-crashed the borders. Now they whine and riot?

    If they don’t like where they are, let them politely ask for their boats back and off they may go, back to Erdolf-Land.

    If they decline to be polite…?

    The Greeks should shoot alien rioters down as they would rabid curs!


    • Lois Wadden 20:22 on April 28, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      They are savages. And that European Commission wants them to be moved out of Greece further into Europe and not back to where they came from?


    • Mel Henderson 20:40 on April 28, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      That was an Aljazeera story you picked up on.
      Never trust Aljazeera to tell the whole story.

      I was suspicious about the reasons for the dispute you referred to between ‘Arabic-speakers and Africans,’ and I think you were too because you included a link to an older report about intolerant Muslims harrassing Kurdish non-fasters.
      I poked around the internet and got a more informative link, to a Greek newspaper.
      Feast your eyes, it’s those “forever offended” people again.

      This pressure has become more tangible during the Ramadan period which has been a source of tension at the facility between Muslims and non-Muslims from Sub-Saharan African countries. https://www.ekathimerini.com/252108/article/ekathimerini/in-images/fires-erupt-amid-unrest-at-samos-migrant-camp


      • ross1948 22:38 on April 28, 2020 Permalink | Reply

        Your efforts are appreciated, Mel.
        I should have known Aljazeera would be less than totally informative.


    • Mack the Knife 21:21 on April 28, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I suppose some of the ‘guests’ will be demanding special menus for their free meals this month.
      Or is that service laid on all year round, so they wont riot more often?


  • ross1948 00:01 on April 28, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , German government cartoon, , solidarity with Greece   

    Merkel’s Flunkeys Demean Greece, Then Crawl It Back 

    Mama Stasi Merkel is a loathsome creature, her hands stained with much innocent blood…

    Undesirable Migrants ‘Scratch, Bite,Spit, Kick’ German Cops! 

    ‘Asylum’ Savages Attack German Police


    .“They were all asylum seekers!” Told You So! 

    ….and responsible too for all the crimes that the predatory horde she introduced into Germany have inflicted on women and girls.

    Her crawling to Erdolf has shamed all Europe…

    Thanks, Erdolf? Despite Billions In Bribes, Aliens Flood In! 

    …and her failure to deport his uppity acolytes…


    Deutsche Welle: ‘Many Turkish hearts in Germany beat for Erdogan

    …is yet another sin against Germany for which few will forgive her.

    But at last the arrogant old bat has been forced to take a step back, a small step, true, but nice to see her flunkeys, and thus the Fuhrerin for whom they toil, retreat, shamed by public outrage.



    The little victory over appeasement comes with the withdrawal of a  ‘government cartoon which inexplicably depicted Greece as a young girl holding the hand of her mother, representing the nation of Turkey…’


    Depicting any child holding the hand of a predator is disgusting in any context.

    But after the relentless and repeated assaults on Greece by Erdogan’s Turkey..

    Evil Erdolf’s Secret Agents Infiltrate Among Illegals! 

    Erdolf Threatens New Tsunami – The S.O.B. Needs A Lesson! 

    it’s well-nigh impossible to believe that it was not concocted as a deliberate affront.

    The cartoon appeared online over the weekend as part of a public information campaign on how to battle the Coronavirus, through the medium of sixteen different languages…

    It was viewed as if Turkey was portrayed as being more successful than Greece in dealing with the pandemic, which — according to official data — is absolutely not true.

    And it was also viewed by many as a slap in the face for the brave Greeks who have defended Europe so bravely against the sectarian brute who rules in Ankara.

    • Alfy Brenner 02:00 on April 28, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Very offensive, and that must have been obvious to those who prepared that ‘cartoon’ so I share your analysis.
      Now it is withdrawn but whichever ‘Erdolf’ sympathizer in government service was responsible for drawing it or commissioning it will definitely not have been fired.
      If any disciplinary action were taken, then the ‘German’ Turks would start screaming ‘victimization’ and Merkel is never going to stand up to them!


  • ross1948 15:08 on April 22, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , solidarity with Greece   

    Free Hotel Accommodation For Illegals in Greece! 

    As Greeks get back to ‘normal’ after their Easter ( the Orthodox Easter comes a week after ours) they will be as worried as before about their economic future.



    Not for the average honest Greek an indefinite stay at a hotel, gratis, not a chance!

    But for 450 crimmigrants, mostly African, we are told?


    Migrants gather on their balconies at a hotel in Kranidi town about 170 kilometers (106 miles) southwest of Athens, Tuesday, April 21, 2020. The heads of Greece's pandemic response effort are visiting


    Well, there they are, doing what ‘asylum seekers’ do best, idling on their balconies!

    And 148 of them  ‘have tested positive for COVID-19.’


    Just what Greece needs.

    At least these bludgers have not set fire to their own place of residence, like the ingrate scum we read about earlier this week!


    The hotel is managed by the International Organisation of Migration aka the United Nations, as you’ll remember from our previous post about Bosnia…

    Solidarity With Bihac, Tormented By Ingrates! “I.O.M. Go Home!”


    …where the IOM’s pro-crimmigrant antics have provoked fury among local people!

    So since the UN’s money comes from taxes levied in every dues-paying nation, I guess it’s not just the Greeks whose public purse is being gouged but YOURS too!

    Pampering illegal aliens is outrageous when hundreds of thousands of Greeks are struggling to make ends meet.

    Deport them!


    PS – apologies for any problems reading this post – that awful new WordPress editing method got into my initial version, but I got it back to the much superior Classic editing.

    • Chrissie Miles 16:01 on April 22, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      My middle-aged aunt would like a long hotel break, with a nice balcony to sing on!
      Her own home has no balcony, no garden either. It’s a nice little place but she feels cooped up.

      Foolish auntie!
      She chooses to live legally and not break into any other people’s countries, so no balcony for her, nor free meals.
      Still, she must get a real thrill from knowing that her taxes go towards those African drones you tell us about.

      I love to travel but I line up for visas like honest people do.
      I hate queue-jumpers.



    • Penny 20:44 on April 22, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      It makes me sick to see those spongers lolling on those balconies.
      They should be put in chains and made to dig ditches or something useful


  • ross1948 21:59 on March 12, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Anti-Erdogan, , Serb patriots, solidarity with Greece   

    Serbs Support Greece! German Low-Lifes Root For Aliens 

    Compare and contrast!


    Serbia migrant rally
    Above, we have a healthy and normal crowd, patriots in Belgrade. 

    Thousands of Serbians took to the streets of Belgrade on Sunday, to show their support for Greece and protest the illegal migrant crisis occurring at the Greek border in Evros and on the islands.

    These excellent people also held up posters with slogans against Erdogan, sending everyone in Serbia, Europe and the world a message-that they stand with Greece…

    NOW! Look at this stunning contrast, below…

    In Berlin, we see the low-life left, openly encouraging illegal alien incursions…



    ….by demanding that the Greeks ( and everybody else!) cease trying to defend their country’s borders!

    What is it with Northern Europe?

    From Hungary down through Croatia, through Serbia, and Bulgaria, to Greece, it’s not just enlightened self-interest but a deep, history-based…


    Let the Turks now carry away their abuses, in the only possible manner, namely, by carrying off themselves. Their Zaptiehs and their Mudirs, their Blmhashis and Yuzbashis, their Kaimakams and their Pashas, one and all, bag and baggage, shall, I hope, clear out from the province that they have desolated and profaned.-

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    This thorough riddance, this most blessed deliverance, is the only reparation we can make to those heaps and heaps of dead, the violated purity alike of matron and of maiden and of child; to the civilization which has been affronted and shamed..

    ….almost instinctive awareness of the threat to the true Europe (not to the sick liberal ‘values’ of the ‘European Project’ of the Brussels Commissars) which the fire-bombing, stone-throwing savages in Thrace, aided and abetted by Turkey, represent.

    Yet in Germany, and I’ll bet in Scandinavia and elsewhere, in other countries that for pity’s sakes should know better, having since 2015 had a taste of barbarian colonisation…



    …the streets are befouled by clowns tainted with the stench of civilisational treason?


    PS – I exclude from my strictures the Poles, who, like their neighbours in Eastern Germany, are obviously in Northern Europe but tend to be realistic, probably due to the fact that they were ruled by foreign tyrants for decades and appreciate what they have.

    • Heine 22:40 on March 12, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      In Germany it is always the bad leftwing mob who go onto the streets.
      I admire the Greeks and the Serbs.
      They speak for us.


    • Jim Ex Jakarta 23:19 on March 12, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I went a few times to different countries in the post-Communist Balkans and I would say the big difference in their outlook is what you said about Poland in your PS, Ross.
      People who lived under oppressive foreign rule felt a need to hold on tightly to their national identity..

      Now they see this mob attacking the Greek border. They are not stupid and they know what has been going on next door in Austria, same in Germany.
      They are not going to stand for violent anti-social migrants bothering women and children and they are not going to make their objections quietly either.
      A lot of Germans, Austrians and Swedes feel as strongly but they are conditioned by the political class not to say what they think.
      Serbs, Greeks, Bulgarians, Croats? Not conditioned to turn the other cheek.
      They will fight.


    • Amanda Adams 13:09 on March 13, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      There is something sick that the only public reaction when a friendly country is under attack, all the demonstrations in Western Europe are in favour of the attackers.


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