Hundreds of nonwhite invaders have fled their camp on the island of Chios after Greek patriots carried out a devastating retaliatory counterattack with Molotov cocktails and rocks.
The invaders initiated the conflict by stealing fireworks from a local store and firing them into the Greek residential area the previous evening.
The Greek attack was launched from the battlements of the Castle of Chios, a Byzantine-era fortress located right next to the invader center.
According to media reports, a large group of Greek patriots—sick at the continuing destruction of their country by the never-ending nonwhite invasion—struck on Thursday night this past week with Molotov cocktails and massive stones “bigger than the size of a football.”
Most of the tents housing the invaders—provided by the United Nations High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR)—were burned during the attack.
Those tents not destroyed by fire were subjected to a rain of rocks which punched large holes through the canvas, making the tents uninhabitable.
The invaders were “so scared that they prefer not to return to the camp, although they don’t have any other accommodation,” UNCHR spokesman Roland Schoenbauer told media.
The attack followed another violent incident the previous night, according to police. That clash started after invaders from the camp broke into a nearby store and stole hundreds of euros worth of fireworks.
These fireworks were then fired at Greek locals from inside the camp, provoking the locals to retaliate. Riot police were called out and 37 invaders were arrested, including three Algerians and a 40-year-old claiming to be an Iraqi.
It was this attack which was the last straw for the Greek locals, who then launched the sustained attack on Thursday evening in retaliation for months of attacks and criminal activity carried out by the invaders.
Later the next day, Friday, “aid” workers claimed that at least two of their number were assaulted and beaten, along with an invader, by a large group of angry Greeks in the street.
Above: The Souda invader camp earlier. It was from here that the invaders launched fireworks into the surrounding Greek residential neighborhood. Below, the Souda camp after the Greek counterattack.
According to official estimates, there are at least 4,000 invaders on Chios. About 60 percent of them claim to be Syrians, 20 percent claim to be Iraqis, 10 percent are North Africans, and the remaining 10 percent “other nationalities.”
The actual number of “Syrians” and “Iraqis” present is of course open to question, given the large number of fake identification documents in circulation among the invaders.
Chios has been one of the major landing posts for the nonwhite invasion of Europe.
The flow of invaders from Turkey has not stopped, even though the “Balkans route” into Europe has been closed down.
As a result, tens of thousands of nonwhites pretending to be refugees are now holed up all over Greece in camps like the one at Chios.
Earlier this week, a parliamentary delegation from Greece’s Golden Dawn party organized mass demonstrations against the invaders on Chios, and distributed flyers demanding their deportation.