Macedonia: New Nonwhite Attack

Nonwhite invaders prevented from proceeding north to Germany up the “Balkans route” have renewed their violent assault on the Macedonian border after it became clear that that country’s government intended to stick to its decision not to allow them further into Europe.

The Macedonian police and the army have now been deployed along that country’s border with Greece, armed with assault rifles in expectation that the situation will escalate further as thousands more invaders arrive expecting to be given passage to Germany to take advantage of Angela Merkel’s “open doors” offer.

Earlier, Macedonia joined three other Balkan states in announcing that they would only let nonwhite invaders from Syria and Iraq pass their borders to get to Germany—cutting off access for all those from other Third World countries who have been unable to steal or purchase “Syrian” papers.

The now-blocked invaders—from Pakistan, Bangladesh, Iran, Morocco, and a number of other countries—have tried all manner of tactics to get past the Macedonian border, including sewing their lips shut, going on hunger strike, and, of course, accusing the Europeans of “racism.”

Finally, as always for the nonwhite invaders, outright violence is the inevitable fallback position, and late last week they unfurled banners which threatened Europeans with death should the border not be opened to them.

In the latest assault which took place late on Saturday, November 28, the nonwhite invaders attacked Macedonian police with rocks, bottles, and sticks. Police were forced to respond with batons and eventually fired teargas to drive the hordes back.

The invaders continued to throw rocks and chant, “We want to Germany” [sic], while they pulled down temporary wire fence emplacements.

Some managed to get past the thin line of Macedonian police, but were arrested within a few minutes and forced back across the border. The police have since been armed with assault rifles in an expectation that the situation is likely to escalate further.

Another invader tried to clamber onto a passing train, but instead received an electric shock which media said gave him “severe burns.”

The Macedonian government is building a permanent fence as quickly as possible.

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  1. The viewing would collapse the whole internet & Media!
    There would be a power outage across Europe and the rest of the Western world!

  2. I would hate to be Greek right now. It must be hell having these invaders piling up on your streets and now knowing you can't even move them on.

  3. I can't see it ending any other way now Kol.
    I don't know when it will come to open conflict, but when it does it will be hellish because as we all know, Muslims have a stomach for the kind of barbaric savagery which we in the civilized world have long since consigned to history.

  4. On Friday, Mark Rutte, the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, which takes over the EU's rotating presidency on 1 January, warned the EU risked collapsing "like the Roman Empire" if its borders were not properly protected.

    Tiny Macedonia with 2 mln people does the job of these loonies with high paying jobs in Brussels – what a shame!

  5. "We feel sorry for true German patriots"
    There is no need to be sorry – they should fight for its own future themselves. Why don't they organize protests on a scale which would lead to ousting of the governemnt? Merkel is on her last leg, anyway – all is needed now is the final push!

  6. Damn right – it's an invasion! If that escalates to a major conflict then Merkel clearly should be held responsible … that's just old German tradition to star wars!

  7. Here is Article 51 of the Charter of the United Nations. "Nothing in the present Charter shall impair the inherent right of individual or collective self-defence if an armed attack occurs against a member of the United Nations until the Security Council has taken measures necessary to maintain international peace and security. Measures taken by Members in the exercise of this right of self-defence shall be immediately reported to the Security Council and shall not in any way affect the authority or responsibility of the Security Council under the present Charter to take at any time such action as it deems necessary in order to maintain or to restore international peace and security.
    The EU Court of Human Rights has no jurisdiction in matters that affect the peace and security of EU-Member States threatened by Non-EU States and their citizens.

  8. Well sort of what was Merkel expecting.People having to deal with Africans everyday could have foretold this long before it happened.We feel sorry for true German patriots now being subjected to having their country they built from scratch since WW2 being destroyed brick by brick. With no end in sight to this perhaps a civil war may erupt as soon as Europeans tire of these shenanigans..

  9. This is clearly a violent invasion, and should now be treated with the force which any country would legitimately use to defend itself against invasion.

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