Monday, 11 April 2016

Migrants try to force their way across the Macedonan border, throwing stones at the police

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It has always been the job of South-Eastern Europe to defend Europe from Asian invaders without Western Europe feeling gratitude. This time the semi-Communist Greek government is not helping, though.

This morning's big story: migrants try to force their way across the Macedonan border, throwing stones at the police. Do we, do you, want people like this to to settle in Europe?

The police fired tear gas and rubber bullets to stop them, which is shocking, so the BBC wants you to think. I start each morning listening to pro-migrant propaganda on the BBC World Service. The Daily Mail covers the story well here.

Meanwhile 800,000 potential migrants wait in Libya, waiting to break for Europe.

Oh for a De Gaulle, a Churchill, a Margaret Thatcher.

Romanians mention in this context King Stephen the Great, who spent his reign fighting Muslim invaders. 

1 comment:

  1. The news (BBC) is making much of pregnant women and children having been affected by gas and injured by rubber bullets. I wouldn't be surprised if the women and children were at the front as a ploy to get across the border. Mostly young men in the pictures I note. What is sad is they have been encouraged to make their way to Europe and now are being encouraged/forced to leave. A bitter blow to take.

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