The Macedonian government’s protection of Europe against the nonwhite invasion has been slammed by the Greek communist Prime Minister as having “shamed Europe.”
Hardline communist Alexis Tsipras made the remark after Macedonian police used plastic bullets, stun grenades, and tear gas on Sunday to beat back a violent nonwhite attack on their border fence.
Reports in the controlled media—which are no doubt exaggerated, given the small size of the Macedonian police force on the border at Idomeni—claimed that “300” invaders had been “injured,” including forty who had been hit by the plastic bullets.
Tsipras—who has been a member of a number of hardline communist movements since the 1980s—said that the “response of the Macedonian police was wildly disproportionate.”
“Faced with people who were clearly not armed and constituted no serious threat, they attacked with chemicals, with tear gas, and rubber bullets,” Tsipras told the media.
“This is a great shame for European culture and for countries who want to be part of it,” he said, calling on the European Union and the United Nation’s refugee agency to become involved.
Tsipras is, of course, along with his far left government, primarily responsible for the invasion, because his failure to act against the invaders on the Greek coast gave them the green light to continue the assault from Turkey.
The Macedonian police said they used tear gas in order to defend themselves after over a thousand nonwhites tried to smash down the border fence and bombarded the police with rocks and iron bars. Some twenty-three officers were injured in the attack.
The Macedonian police also accused their Greek counterparts of doing nothing to stop the invaders from trying to tear down and climb over the fence.
* The “300 injured” figure comes from the far left medical “charity” Medecins Sans Frontieres (“Doctors without Borders,” also colloquially known as “Doctors without Brains”), which said that it had treated that number of invaders—“including 200 for breathing problems caused by the tear gas.”
Tear gas does not cause “breathing problems”—all it does is irritate the nasal passages, and the claim that two hundred were “injured” in this manner is a typical gross exaggeration, repeated mindlessly by the controlled media in their attempt to generate sympathy for the violent, law-breaking nonwhite invaders.
* Tsipras joined the Communist Youth of Greece—the youth wing of the Communist Party of Greece (KKE) in the late 1980s, and during the following decade—after the Iron Curtain had fallen and Communism’s full evil had been exposed—continued as movement spokesman.
He worked his way up in radical leftist politics and was a founder member of the “Coalition of the Radical Left,” mostly known by the abbreviation Syriza.
Other parties which took place in the founding of Syriza include the Coalition of Left, of Movements, and Ecology (Synaspismós or SYN); the Renewing Communist Ecological Left (AKOA), the Internationalist Workers Left (DEA), the Movement for the United in Action Left (KEDA—a splinter group of the Communist Party of Greece), and the “Communist Platform”—the Greek section of the International Marxist Tendency.