There are another twenty million nonwhite invaders from “Sudan and Egypt alone” waiting to enter Europe, and among them are thousands of Jihadists, the president of Macedonia has said.
Speaking in an interview with the German Bild newspaper, Gjorge Ivanov said that his country had already seized over 9,000 fake Syrian passports.
Nonwhite invaders, pretending to be “refugees,” halted at the Macedonian border.
Macedonia—which is in an ongoing dispute with Greece over its name, and is also known as the “Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia” (FYROM)—has been forced to “do the EU’s dirty work in closing its border,” Ivanov said.
“Our country has been forced to pay for the mistakes of the EU,” he continued, adding that Macedonia’s security had been severely impacted by the invasion.
“But no one has the courage to say what still lies ahead. Between Sudan and Egypt alone, twenty million migrants are waiting to come to Europe. And what about Africa? The refugee flow won’t end, because everyone knows everything via Twitter and Facebook.”
He went on to illustrate the security risks: “Look at these passports and papers. They are all forged or stolen. We have already seized 9,000 of them.
“Some so-called refugees are travelling through the whole of Europe with false identities, and Greece is simply stamping their papers so that they continue on their journey.
“We have to assume that many of these people who were travelling with forged papers want to enter the EU via the refugee route as radical fighters.”
Fake passports and identity documents seized from nonwhite invaders by the Macedonian police.
Ivanov also charged that the EU had “completely lost sight” of security concerns. “If we had relied on Brussels rather than react ourselves, we would have been flooded with jihadists,” he said.
He then got stuck in the European Union for its dithering over the issue: “And what is Europe doing? It takes more than six months to organize a summit. By that time, one million new migrants have arrived. And concerning Germany: how can it be that 130,000 refugees have simply disappeared in your country?”
His country’s border closure with EU member Greece has, along with similar moves by other Balkan states, stopped all but those who have some basis to be able to claim to be Syrians from getting through—but this has left tens of thousands of invaders piling up in Greece.
“We are now paying for the EU’s mistakes; we have already spent 25 million euros ($28 million) of our taxpayers’ money and had to declare a national crisis,” he said.
“And what did we get from Europe in return? Nothing! Not a cent! Instead, we, as a non-EU country, are now forced to protect Europe from an EU country, namely Greece,” which he said, had “been simply waving through refugees arriving from Turkey.
“We have always been the victim of EU institutions. For 25 years, we have been lied to and manipulated. A potential EU membership for Macedonia has been discussed seven times already, but there was always an obstruction, caused by Greece.
“No one in the EU gets along with the Greeks and we are supposed to solve this conflict on our own with this country.”
When asked what would happen to the tens of thousands of invaders now piling up in Greece, he said that they were “waiting for Merkel to pick them up in planes or trains.”
A Pakistani denied entrance into Macedonia.