Fake passports—for use by ISIS terrorists in Europe—have been discovered in “refugee” camps in Greece, just as news broke that thefts of British passports in Europe have doubled.
The two phenomena—which are clearly linked to the nonwhite invasion of Europe—portend huge problems for the Continent’s security services.
The Italian newspaper La Stampa said that forged passports intended to be used by refugee-terrorists have been found in Greek “refugee camps.”
According to the report, officials from Europol conducted an investigation into the trafficking of fake documents for ISIS in four countries—Iraq, Syria, Greece, and Austria—following a trail of false identity papers and how they were being used to invade Europe.
The paper said there were “concerns”—an understatement—about “how potential terrorists from Syria and Iraq may have avoided government controls in Greece by hiding among refugees and using false Syrian passports to make their way to Austria and other parts of Europe.”
“In particular they have identified fake passports in the refugee camps in Greece that were destined for supposed members of ISIS,” La Stampa said.
Many of the refugee-terrorists who have taken part in terrorist attacks in Paris, Brussels, and Germany, entered Europe last year in the mass Third World invasion started by Angela Merkel’s open doors policy.
Meanwhile, Die Krone newspaper in Austria has announced that the British embassy in Vienna has issued an official warning to UK nationals about the doubling of thefts of passports this year.
According to the embassy, at least twice as many UK passports have been stolen in Austria this year, compared to the first seven months of 2015.
“Since January 1, we have already had to issue 102 replacement documents. This is twice as many as in the same period last year,” an embassy spokesman told Die Krone.
“In particular we noticed a surge in documents reported stolen on public transport.”
“Whether at airports, when checking in at hotel reception desks in public transport or in shops, British passports are apparently suddenly very popular,” the spokesman said.
Die Krone quoted a detective who said that the increase in thefts came as no surprise.
“Next to Austria, Sweden, and Germany, Britain is among the most popular destination countries for refugees,” he told Die Krone.
“Thus, original documents from these countries are of course worth gold to traffickers and counterfeiters.”
The mass circulation of the fake passports poses an additional security problem for European police forces—a problem which has been exacerbated by the legal mass Third World immigration policies of recent decades. That policy has meant that there are now millions of Third Worlders who hold valid European passports, and identifying the new fake ones out of that group is exceedingly difficult.