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Greece Is Prepping For An Afghan “Refugee” Invasion


Nations across the globe are concerned, and rightly so…..

We all remember what happened the last time they tried to flood Europe with migrants, I have been talking about this a lot lately because I think that D.C. Democrats want to flood The U.S. and Europe with these Afghan refugees.

It’s the only conceivable way they could have knowingly botched a withdrawal so badly, but hey I could be wrong—they might actually be that incompetent.

Don’t get me wrong, I believe in helping people, and my heart does go out to everyone impacted by this, but we all know that the goal of deep state officials and globalist tyrants is not to help people, they’re trying to destabilize countries.

We all know this is what they are attempting to do, it has become so obvious that even mainstream outlets are reporting on the dangers, preparation, and likelihood of it happening:

Fox News had more on the story:

Greece announced on Friday that it has extended its border wall with Turkey as part of its efforts to stop migrants coming up from Afghanistan — amid European fears of an Afghan migrant wave sparked by the Taliban takeover.

“We cannot wait, passively, for the possible impact,” Citizens’ Protection Minister Michalis Chrisochoidis told reporters after visiting the region of Evros. “Our borders will remain safe and inviolable.”

It’s a message that is being echoed throughout Europe, which still remembers the 2015 migration crisis — sparked by tumult in Syria — which ravaged the continent, changed the debate about border security and led to the victories of a number of right-wing and populist parties.




BBC News explains:

Greece, which was on the frontline of the migrant crisis in 2015 when more than a million people fleeing war and poverty in the Middle East crossed from Turkey into the EU, has said it may send back any Afghans that arrive illegally through the country.

Of those who arrived in Greece during the migrant crisis, many travelled further north throughout Europe, but about 60,000 have remained in the country.

Last year, Athens temporarily blocked new asylum applications after Mr Erdogan said Turkey had “opened the doors” for migrants to travel to the EU.


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