Five eastern European nations—Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, and Slovenia—have emerged as the greatest modern defenders of European civilization by undertaking to deploy armed forces to protect the Macedonian border while that nation finishes its border fence to halt the nonwhite invasion of Europe.
The Macedonian border fence, modelled on the successful Hungarian fence, is nearing completion and will halt the flow from Greece.
The Republic of Macedonia (also known as the Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia, FYROM because of a dispute with Greece over the use of the word “Macedonia”) is just weeks away from completing a 10 ft.-high razor-topped fence along its border with Greece to halt the invasion route up the Balkans.
The border fence will be critical in warding off the millions more nonwhite invaders expected to try and pour into Europe as the winter lifts, and will play a substantial part in slowing down, if not completely halting, the invasion.
Armed security teams from the five other Eastern European nations will help Macedonia patrol its southern border, as they did until recently along the newly-built Hungarian fence, which definitively closed down that invasion route in late 2015.
The new Macedonian fence is modelled on the successful one in Hungary, and will consist of concrete and steel fencing, topped by a roll of barbed wire and protected in the front by three more rolls.
Macedonia has been until now the chosen point of entry for the nonwhite invaders pouring through Greece. The invaders have avoided Bulgaria because of a combination of an already existing fence and natural border barriers.
They had also avoided Albania, because that country is poor and has a weak transportation infrastructure—leaving Macedonia as the only realistic point of entry to go further north.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban recently said that “No one except us Hungarians protected their external Schengen borders. I think the next line of defense that we need [is] to build up lines on the northern border of Greece.”
Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico has also announced that his country will be sending police officers down to Macedonia to help manage the border until the fence is completed.
He said: “We are ready to help other countries on a bilateral level or as part of international cooperation. We are worried what will happen in the first spring months, if the UN estimates are right, that the influx of migrants will be bigger than we have seen so far.”
* It is also widely expected that Bulgaria and Romania are on the point of joining the other nations in banding together to oppose the invasion. This would hold serious implications for the European Union, as it would put almost the entire eastern bloc firmly into conflict with the liberal western European nations—and the European Union itself.
Below: The president of Macedonia, Gjorge Ivanov, during an inspection of the Macedonian border fence early in January 2016.